Forward Bonnie Rimkus led five Terrapins in double figures and Maryland upset No. 6 North Carolina State, 86-85, before 3,144 at Reynolds Coliseum in an Atlantic Coast Conference game in Raleigh, N.C.

With 11 seconds remaining, Rimkus made two foul shots to give Maryland an 86-83 lead.

Sharon Manning's two free throws gave the Wolfpack the lead, 83-82, with 1:55 to play but the Terrapins countered with a basket from Dafne Lee before Rimkus sealed the victory.

North Carolina State center Rhonda Mapp tipped in a missed three-pointer by teammate Andrea Stinson with one second remaining to finish the scoring.

Rimkus, who was eight of 14 from the field and seven of eight from the foul line, led the game with 23 points. Lee and Katrina Colleton each added 16 points for Maryland (15-8, 8-2 ACC). Jessie Hicks scored 11 points and Alumna Goren 10 for the Terrapins.

The Terrapins converted 12 of 14 free throws to upset the Wolfpack for the second time this year.

The Wolfpack (19-4, 6-4), which led 45-40 at halftime, was led by Mapp (21 points) and forward Stinson (20 points), who added six rebounds, seven assists and six steals.

Virginia 86, Duke 61:

Heather Burge scored 17 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked 2 shots as the No. 1 Cavaliers got their 13th consecutive ACC victory.

Virginia is 22-1, 10-0 ACC. Duke (14-9, 4-6) trailed by 26 in the second half.

Georgetown 83, William and Mary 72:

Sophomore guard Kris Witfill scored 23 points and freshman guard Nadira Ricks recorded career highs in points (16), rebounds (8) and assists (4) as the Hoyas (11-10) won at McDonough Arena. The Tribe fell to 6-14.

Miami 78, Howard 58:

Freshman Ronnie McGarry scored a career-high 20 points to lead five Hurricanes in double figures in Coral Gables, Fla.

Leading 32-31 at halftime, the Hurricanes (14-9) pulled away as McGarry scored six points during a 12-2 run and the Bison (8-14) never got closer than 10.

Felicia Oliver led Howard with a career-high 31 points and Kim Wright, a career-high nine blocks.

Gallaudet 91, St. Mary's 35:

Senior forward Connie Franks had a game-high 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Bison in the Capital Athletic Conference game at Gallaudet (11-11, 3-6). St. Mary's (1-17, 0-8) didn't make a field goal in the first 10:45.

George Mason 70, N.C.-Wilmington 47:

Antoinette Battle scored all of her 14 points in the first half and the Patriots (13-8, 6-3) were never headed in a Colonial Athletic Association game at Trask Coliseum in Wilmington, N.C. Mason was also led by freshman Monique Hilton, who had 11 points and nine rebounds. Wilmington is 5-15 and 2-6.

Immaculata 76, Catholic 65:

Immaculata used a 12-0 run to open up a 48-29 lead at the start of the second half on its way to the nonconference win at Catholic. Freshman forward Molly Lackman scored a game-high 22 points to pace the Mighty Macs (8-11). Sophomore guard Tawanna King led Catholic (7-16) with 17 points.

Tennessee 88, Notre Dame 71:

In Knoxville, Tenn., the No. 5 Lady Volunteers recorded their 15th straight season of 20 or more victories, snapping the No. 20 Irish's school-record 15-game winning streak.