La'Tangela Atkinson had 15 points and six assists to help undefeated No. 7 North Carolina rout Wofford, 87-50 last night, for its 24th straight home victory.
Alex Miller added 13 points for North Carolina (9-0), Ivory Latta had 11 and Camille Little 10. Erlana Larkins was 4 for 4 and had eight points and eight rebounds in 23 minutes of play.
North Carolina was 31 of 55 (56 percent) from the floor, its most accurate shooting this season. The Tar Heels made 10 three-pointers, with Miller and Heather Claytor each making three.
"We're tired, and we were a little sluggish tonight," North Carolina Coach Sylvia Hatchell said. "We're stressed. It's as much mentally tired as physically, with exams coming up."
The game was the Tar Heels' seventh in 13 days.
* TEXAS 77, STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 56: Tiffany Jackson scored 19 points and Ashley Lindsey had 12 points and 13 rebounds in her first career start, leading the No. 19 Longhorns in Austin.
Lindsey, a 6-foot-4 freshman, also blocked six shots to help the Longhorns (4-3) end a two-game losing streak. Erika Arriaran added 14 points for Texas.
Britany Vinson scored 15 points, including three three-pointers, to lead Stephen F. Austin (4-4). Kirby Killingswroth and LaToya Mills each added 11 points.
Stephen F. Austin shot 11 percent (4 for 36) in the first half and 23 percent overall.
* VANDERBILT 57, NORTHERN ARIZONA 41: Liz Sherwood scored nine of her 13 points during a key stretch of the second half, leading the No. 21 Commodores to victory in Nashville.
Alyssa Wahl scored 16 points to lead Northern Arizona (5-2).
Vanderbilt (7-2) used an 11-2 run, capped by two baskets by Nicole Jules, to erase an early three-point deficit. Sade' Cunningham scored with five seconds left in the half to rally Northern Arizona within 23-19 at the break.
The Commodores extended their lead to 26-19 two minutes into the second half, but the Lumberjacks closed within 29-27 on a basket by Wahl with 14:19 remaining.
Vanderbilt seized control with a 14-2 run over the next seven minutes, with Sherwood hitting three baskets and converting three free throws. Vanderbilt pushed its lead to 43-29 when Jules completed a three-point play with 7:25 left.
Dee Davis scored with 5:34 left to extend Vanderbilt's lead to 47-31.
* CONNECTICUT 72, VILLANOVA 56: Ann Strother scored a season-high 24 points and had 10 rebounds, Renee Montgomery added 14 points and the No. 8 Huskies (7-1, 1-0 Big East) bounced back from their worst home loss in 21 years with a win on the road.
U-Conn. was coming off its worst home loss in Coach Geno Auriemma's 21 seasons, losing 77-54 to No. 7 North Carolina on Monday night.
* UCLA 95, PEPPERDINE 56: Noelle Quinn scored 24 points and Lisa Willis added 20 in the No. 22 Bruins' victory in Los Angeles. UCLA (5-3) outshot Pepperdine 54 percent to 33 percent and forced 29 turnovers in reaching a season high in points.
* KENTUCKY 63, GEORGETOWN 47: Kristin Heidloff and Kate Carlin each scored a season-high 14 points as the Hoyas (4-3) lost in Lexington, Ky. The Wildcats improved to 7-0.