Senior guard Elisa Aguilar scored all of her game-high 15 points in the second half as George Washington beat Villanova, 60-47, last night in a nonconference game at Smith Center.
Aguilar scored six points during a 12-0 run in the game's last five minutes that allowed the Colonials (6-2) to pull away. She also had two rebounds and a steal during the stretch, which started after the Wildcats (4-5) had whittled George Washington's lead to 48-45 with 4 minutes 54 seconds left.
Reserve Kristeena Alexander added 14 points and eight rebounds for George Washington.
Jenea Skeeters was the Wildcats' only player to score in double figures with 17 points on 7-for-13 shooting.
LA. TECH 84, MICHIGAN 64: Catrina Frierson and Brooke Lassiter keyed a 22-4 run midway through the second half, and the No. 3 Lady Techsters overcame a six-point deficit to win their fifth straight and 14th in a row at home.
Frierson, who finished with 18 points, hit six shots in a row during the run. Lassiter scored five of her 13 points during the stretch, including a three-pointer.
"It's obvious we're a young team," Louisiana Tech Coach Leon Barmore said. "We still have a long way to go. We upset Tennessee and got a big win over UCLA, but we still need to get production out of our third, fourth and fifth players."
TULANE 81, SMU 69: Grace Daley scored 35 points, and the No. 24 Green Wave fought off a late surge in New Orleans.
SANTA BARBARA 74, OREGON 61: Center Kayte Christiansen scored 19 points and added 11 rebounds to lead the No. 22 Gauchos, at home, past the No. 14 Ducks.