LOOIE, LOOIE: Lou Carnesecca became the 30th coach in the 500-win club when No. 5 St. John's defeated No. 25 Seton Hall, 81-65. TKO: Scott Draud hit four technical foul shots with four seconds left to help Vanderbilt upset No. 14 LSU, 63-59. Tigers center Shaquille O'Neal drew the first technical for protesting a foul call too vehemently. LSU Coach Dale Brown also was hit with one for joining in the fray. SHUCKED: Oklahoma State upset No. 11 Nebraska, 81-68, as the Cowboys held the Cornhuskers to 43 percent shooting. SAFE AT HOME: No. 6 Arizona used a tenacious man-to-man press to extend the nation's longest home winning streak to 58 games by beating Washington, 85-56. BREACH OF CONTRACT: Maine managed to come from behind and defeat New Hampshire, 71-68, extending the nation's longest home losing streak to 32 games. New Hampshire lost on its "Guaranteed Win Day," which drew 2,551, the largest home crowd since 1984. The team last won at Ludholm Gymnasium in February 1988. STEAMED RICE: Oliver Miller scored six of his 26 points during an 18-0 run for No. 2 Arkansas as it cooked Rice, 100-87. LEAD EAGLE: Coppin State showed why it leads in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference by blowing out Howard, 99-76. Forward Larry Stewart and guard Reggie Isaac, who entered the game averaging a combined 47 points a game, totaled 68 points, Stewart scoring 36. ARACHNOPHOBIA: George Mason recouped nearly all of a 14-point halftime deficit against Richmond, but the Spiders regrouped for a 75-62 Colonial Athletic Association victory. FRESH FISH: Matt Fish and Reggie Veney each scored 16 points to sink Navy, 87-76, in a Colonial Athletic Association game. Veney (DeMatha High) and Brannon Lancaster combined for five three-point baskets. VICTORY GRANTED: Brian Gilgeous had 20 points and 10 rebounds and Donald Grant's three-point basket with three minutes left gave American University the lead for good in a 63-60 victory over East Carolina in a CAA game. THIS WEEK: Monday: Navy at East Carolina, Radford at Virginia, American at UNC-Wilmington. Wednesday: Providence at Georgetown, Maryland at Clemson, Towson State at American, George Mason at William and Mary. Thursday: George Washington at Temple, Howard at Bethune-Cookman, Virginia at Duke. Saturday: Maryland at Duke, William and Mary at Navy, Virginia at North Carolina, Rhode Island at George Washington, Richmond at American, Villanova at Georgetown, UNC-Wilmington at George Mason.