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Roundup: Arizona falls to Arizona St. in 2 OT

Jermaine Marshall scored 8 of his 29 points in the second overtime and Jordan Bachynski blocked T.J. McConnell’s layup attempt with six seconds left, sending Arizona State to a 69-66 victory over No. 2 Arizona on Friday night in Tempe, Ariz.

Marshall went over 20 minutes without a field goal, but hit consecutive 3-pointers and scored on a drive with 14 seconds left to put the Sun Devils (19-6, 8-4 Pac-12) up, 67-66.

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McConnell then tried to drive the lane, but Bachynski swatted his shot away, leading to Jahii Carson’s breakaway dunk.

McConnell led Arizona (23-2, 10-2) with 17 points and five rebounds. Kaleb Tarczewski had 13 points and 13 rebounds, and Aaron Gordon had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats.

Louisville 82, Temple 58 — Montrezl Harrell scored a career-high 22 points and the No. 13 Cardinals built a 30-point first-half lead en route to an easy victory over the Owls in Philadelphia.

Russ Smith added 15 points to help the Cardinals (20-4, 9-2 American Athletic) improve to 7-1 in their last eight games.

Will Cummings led Temple (6-17, 1-10) with 16 points and Anthony Lee added 14.

SMU 77, Rutgers 65 — Nic Moore scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half as the No. 23 Mustangs won as a ranked team for the first time in 29 years, beating the host Scarlet Knights.

Nick Russell had 16 points and Cannen Cunningham scored 10 off the bench as the Mustangs (20-5, 9-3 American Athletic) won for the ninth time in 10 games, reaching the 20-win plateau for just the second time in 13 years.

Myles Mack had 17 points and Kadeem Jack scored 15 for the Scarlet Knights (10-15, 4-8).

Yale 69, Penn 54 — Justin Sears scored 25 points and the host Bulldogs (12-9, 6-1) opened the second half on an 18-4 run to beat the Quakers (6-14, 3-3) to retain a share of the Ivy League lead with Harvard.

Cornell 70, Dartmouth 67 — Devin Cherry’s free throw with 4.1 seconds left was the key bucket as the Big Red (2-19, 1-6 Ivy) ended a 25-game losing streak against Division 1 foes and held off the visiting Big Green (9-12, 2-5), who had overcome a 15-point second-half deficit.

Princeton 69, Brown 65 — T.J. Bray tied a career high with 26 points as the Tigers (14-6, 2-4 Ivy) edged the host Bears (12-9, 4-3).

Bray scored 11 of the final 13 points for Princeton, hitting two free throws with four seconds left to play to give the Tigers a 67-64 lead.

Women’s basketball

Tufts 54, Colby 33 — Michela North scored 15 points and the Jumbos (22-1, 9-0) clinched the No. 1 seed in the NESCAC tournament as Carla Berube’s team ran away from the Mules (7-16, 1-8) in Medford.

Harvard 99, Columbia 64 — Christine Clark (21 points) and AnnMarie Healy (17 points, 10 rebounds) helped the Crimson (16-5, 6-1 Ivy) score their most points since 1997, while extending their home winning streak to 20 games.

Stanford 61, Arizona State 35 — Chiney Ogwumike had 20 points and 13 rebounds for her 19th double-double of the season as the host No. 6 Cardinal (23-2, 12-1 Pac-12) bounced back from their first loss in nearly three months by beating the 15th-ranked Sun Devils (20-5, 9-4) for the 16th straight time.

Men’s hockey

BC 4, Vermont 3 — Patrick Brown scored twice for the No. 1 Eagles, who held off the 14th-ranked Catamounts (15-10-3, 7-8-0 Hockey East) at Gutterson Fieldhouse.

Junior Johnny Gaudreau scored in the second period to extend his point streak to 25 games and Thatcher Demko stopped 26 shots for BC (23-4-3, 14-1-1), which won its ninth straight game.

UNH 4, BU 3 — Casey DeSmith made 37 saves, Matt Willows scored twice, and Justin Agosta added three assists to lead the Wildcats (17-15-1, 9-8-0 Hockey East) in Durham, N.H. Robbie Baillergeon (one goal, two assists) led BU (8-17-4, 3-9-3).

Providence 2, Notre Dame 2 — Nick Saracino scored his sixth goal of the season at 13:49 of the third as the ninth-ranked Friars (15-8-6, 7-6-2) earned the tie in the teams’ first Hockey East meeting.

 Steven Summerhays made a career-high 47 saves for visiting Notre Dame (16-12-2, 5-9-2).

UMass-Lowell 3, UMass 2 — Freshman Evan Campbell scored twice and defenseman Joe Houk won it with 0.1 seconds left to lift the No. 7 River Hawks (20-7-3, 10-4-2 Hockey East) over the visiting Minutemen (8-18-4, 4-10-3).

Maine 2, Merrimack 1 — Ryan Lomberg scored twice as the Black Bears (14-10-3, 8-5-2 Hockey East) beat the visiting Warriors (7-17-3, 2-11-2).

Harvard 1, Clarkson 0 — Jimmy Vesey scored with 14 seconds left in OT as the visiting Crimson (9-12-3, 5-9-3 ECAC) stunned the 14th-ranked Knights (17-12-2, 10-7-0).

Steve Michalek made 31 saves as Harvard won its third straight.

Dartmouth 3, St. Lawrence 1 — Brandon McNally, Grant Opperman, and Charlie Mosey scored for the Big Green (5-16-3, 4-12-1 ECAC), who won in Canton, N.Y., for the seventh straight time.

Quinnipiac 4, Yale 0 — Sophomore Michael Garteig made 33 saves for his fifth shutout of the year as the No. 4 Bobcats (21-5-5, 11-3-3 ECAC) rolled over the No. 13 Bulldogs (12-8-4, 7-7-3) in New Haven, Conn.

Bentley 6, Army 1 — Alex Grieve scored twice as the Falcons (15-10-4, 13-5-4 Atlantic) scored five goals in the second period to down the host Cadets (3-23-0, 3-19-0).

Women’s hockey

Clarkson 2, Harvard 1 — Erin Ambrose’s third-period goal lifted the fifth-ranked Golden Knights (22-4-5, 13-2-4 ECAC) at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.

Sophomore Mary Parker scored her 12th goal of the season and Emerance Maschmeyer made 37 saves for No. 6 Harvard (19-4-3, 14-3-2).

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