Collins, 25, a two-time NCAA singles champion at Virginia who had never before won a Grand Slam match, became the first women's player with a background in collegiate tennis to make it to the quarterfinals of a major since 2004.
The Hoyas’ late-game struggles continue in a 91-87 defeat against a Bluejays team that had lost four straight.
Guard Taylor Mikesell notches a career-high 23 points, but post players Shakira Austin and Brianna Fraser spark the win in the third quarter.
The guard's grueling shooting routine worried her coach, but Mikesell is leading the Big Ten in three-point baskets. Fellow freshman Shakira Austin, meanwhile, has rebounded from what she called a "freshman lump."
Elite scorer Markus Howard leaves early in the game with a back injury for the Golden Eagles, but the Hoyas still come up just short on their home court.
The Hoyas had a defensive breakthrough Saturday when Jamorko Pickett stepped up, but they'll need the whole team on board to contend with the best scorer in the Big East.
Washington, which plays in London on Thursday, overcomes a 23-point deficit before falling to the team with the NBA’s best record in double-overtime. Bradley Beal finished with 43 points, 15 assists and 10 rebounds.
Freshman banks in three-pointer from just inside mid-court line to force overtime, finishes with 16 points in first game back since ankle injury.
The longtime Terrapins coach reached the milestone with an 81-63 victory in Lincoln.
The three-time French Open champion said she spoke with the French federation president yesterday: "Everything's fine, guys."