Monique Currie had 21 points and 15 rebounds to help top-ranked Duke trounce Fairfield, 110-44, last night in Durham, N.C.

Abby Waner made her first seven shots, including two three-pointers, to score all 16 of her points in the first half as the Blue Devils built a 65-23 advantage.

Mistie Williams and Carrem Gay each scored 14 for Duke (3-0), while Alison Bales added 13 and Chante Black 12.

Sabra Wrice had 15 points and Cara Murphy 10 to lead the Stags.

Duke scored 32 straight points in the first half to take control of the game. The Blue Devils missed eight of their first 10 shots, allowing Fairfield to take an 8-6 lead 4 minutes 36 seconds into the game. Fairfield had 11 turnovers in its next 16 possessions and went 0 for 10 from the floor over the next 7:46.

The Blue Devils shot 57 percent from the field (44 for 77) and held the Stags to just 27 percent (16 for 59).

Currie (Bullis High) had her 20th double-double to help Duke score its most points since a 105-53 blowout of Northwestern State on Dec. 20, 2004.

* LOUISIANA STATE 107, SOUTHERN 39: In Baton Rouge, La., Erica White scored 14 points, and national player of the year Seimone Augustus added 10 in her lowest scoring game in two seasons as the No. 3 Tigers routed the Jaguars.

Ashley Thomas and Quianna Chaney each scored 12 for LSU (2-0). Augustus had her lowest scoring game since finishing with eight points against Richmond two seasons ago.

LSU forced 34 turnovers and held Southern (2-1) to 32 percent shooting, including 2 for 10 from three-point range.

In the first half the Jaguars shot 67 percent, but trailed 21-9. Southern made four of its first six field goal attempts, but committed nine turnovers.

Fowles made the last two baskets before halftime to give LSU a 57-17 lead.

* BAYLOR 92, TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 64: Sophia Young scored 20 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the fifth-ranked Lady Bears at home.

Jhasmine Player added 16 points and Latoya Wyatt had 15 points as Baylor (4-0) extended its winning streak to 24 games.

* VANDERBILT 80, ALABAMA A&M 29: Caroline Williams scored a career-high 19 points to lead the No. 20 Commodores in Nashville.

Kim Pratcher had six points to lead the Bulldogs, who finished with 26 turnovers.

Vanderbilt (3-1) charged to an 18-0 lead and was ahead 36-8 at the break. Williams scored nine points in the opening period.

* TEMPLE 72, PENN 53: In Philadelphia, Khadija Bowens scored 21 points and Candice Dupree added 17 to lead the No. 21 Owls.

Kamesha Hairston added 14 points for Temple (4-0), which won its 28th straight regular season game.

Jennifer Fleischer led the Quakers (1-1) with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Monica Naltner and Joey Rhoads had 10 points each.

* NAVY 80, NORTH CAROLINA A&T 69: Ashley Pelzek scored 23 points, and Carly Meyer had 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Mids in their home opener past the Aggies. Pelzek hit 5 of 10 three-pointers for Navy (2-1).

* VIRGINIA TECH 76, OLD DOMINION 69: Kerri Gardin and Carrie Mason each scored 16 points to lift the Hokies past the visiting Monarchs. Limited to 22 minutes because of foul trouble, Gardin scored 14 points in the second half for Virginia Tech (2-0).