Tracy Ann Holness and Keyhana Wakefield scored 14 points apiece last night as George Mason handed Miami its first loss, 68-61, in Coral Gables, Fla.
The Patriots (3-2) shot 52 percent in the first half to build a 35-27 halftime lead, but the Hurricanes (3-1) rallied to take a 56-55 lead with 3 minutes 35 seconds remaining on Amy Audibert's shot.
George Mason responded with an 11-0 run to secure the victory. Moni Akintunde added 12 points and seven rebounds for the Patriots. Tamara James led the Hurricanes with 24 points.
* FORDHAM 68, GEORGETOWN 62: In New York, the Hoyas (3-2) lost to the Rams (2-1) in overtime. Kate Carlin had a career-high 22 points for Georgetown, which made only 8 of 21 free throws.
* NEW MEXICO 62, MINNESOTA 44: Katie Montgomery made four three-pointers and scored 16 points and the No. 21 Lobos' swarming defense shut down the No. 10 Golden Gophers in Albuquerque.
New Mexico, which lost 75-45 to the Golden Gophers last year in Minneapolis, took control with an 18-5 run late in the first half. The Lobos (6-1) were a step quicker at both ends, but especially on defense.
Minnesota (4-1) came into the game averaging 79 points, but made just 4 of 20 three-pointers and shot 28.3 percent
* N.C. STATE 76, VANDERBILT 67: Ashley Key scored a career-high 23 points to lead the host Wolfpack past the No. 19 Commodores.
Billie McDowell added 12 first-half points in her first game back from offseason knee surgery for the Wolfpack (3-2).
Caroline Williams scored 18 points and hit six three-pointers for the Commodores (5-2), who had their five-game winning streak stopped.
* OHIO STATE 73, DAYTON 31: Brandie Hoskins scored 16 points and Jessica Davenport chipped in with 14 to lead the No. 4 Buckeyes at home. The Buckeyes (4-0) never trailed, mostly because the Flyers never had more points than they had turnovers. They turned the ball over 32 times while shooting 26 percent.
* DEPAUL 91, WIS.-MILWAUKEE 79: Khara Smith and Allie Quigley each scored 23 points as the No. 14 Blue Demons won on the road. Erin Carney, Jenna Rubino and Erin Cattell each scored 11 points for the Blue Demons, who improved to 6-0. Smith added a game-best 16 rebounds.
* GEORGIA 90, MIDDLE TENN. STATE 72: Megan Darrah scored a career-high 24 points to lead the No. 17 Bulldogs on the road. Georgia (4-2) played without sophomore forward Tasha Humphrey, a preseason all-Southeastern Conference first-team selection. She served a one-game suspension for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
* OKLAHOMA 77, TEXAS CHRISTIAN 63: Courtney Paris had 22 points and 17 rebounds to lead the No. 20 Sooners (6-1), at home, to their third straight victory.
* UCLA 92, UC IRVINE 54: Thirteen UCLA players scored, led by Noelle Quinn, who had 24 points for the No. 23 Bruins.