In her NCAA tournament debut, Iowa standout freshman Caitlin Clark had 23 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in a first-round win over Central Michigan on Sunday.
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Jazmine Jones scored 25 points and Dana Evans had 24 -- both career highs -- to lead No. 9 Louisville to a 76-63 victory over Central Michigan on Thursday.
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Shay Colley's driving layup with 7.6 seconds left lifted No. 9-seed Michigan State to an 88-87 victory over No. 8 Central Michigan in a first-round NCAA Tournament game on Saturday.
Notre Dame and Stanford are favorites to reach the regional semis. But don't expect the rest of the chalk to hold in this high-scoring region.
The ACC has eight teams in the field, including No. 1 seeds Notre Dame and Louisville. Tennessee and Central Michigan are also big winners.
Buffalo is up to a 10-seed -- and Central Michigan dropped to an 8 -- after Friday's MAC semis. Bethune-Cookman and Little Rock joined the field.
Gonzaga remains No. 1, and UAB moves to No. 2, but Ohio, Central Michigan, Buffalo and Toledo give the poll plenty of Mid-American flavor.
Presley Hudson scored 23 points, making 7 of 8 free throws in the final 32.8 seconds, and Central Michigan upset No. 24 Miami 90-80 on Sunday.
Gonzaga is the new No. 1 team in espnW's mid-major top 10. Central Michigan, South Dakota, UAB and Ohio round out the top five.
Asia Durr scored 26 of her 31 points in the second half and No. 3 Louisville held off Central Michigan 72-68 on Thursday night to improve to 12-0 for the second straight season.
Belmont jumped one spot to No. 2 in our updated mid-major rankings, but the Bruins still trail No. 1 Drake, which is 6-1 and beat South Carolina.
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