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“Across the NCAAW Weekly” highlights the notable occasions of the week. Try the milestones, surprises, finest video games and excellent performances for video games performed by means of Sunday, Jan. 29:

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1/28/2023: Taylor Robertson of the No. 20 Oklahoma Sooners reached 503 profession triples. Nobody else in NCAAW Division I historical past has made that many. Robertson made six threes within the recreation, which the Sooners misplaced, 86-78 to the No. 12 Iowa State Cyclones. She has shot 44 % from past the arc for her profession, which is the very best energetic proportion.

1/28/2023: In her seventy fifth profession recreation, Lauren Gustin:

1/25/2023: In her 111th profession recreation, Kyla McMakin:

1/23/2023: Angel Reese of the No. 3 LSU Tigers reached 20 double-doubles in a row. No person else in LSU ladies’s basketball historical past has ever accomplished that. The Tigers defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide 89-51.

1/28/2023: Ashley Joens of the Cyclones reached third place in all-time Large 12 scoring. She now has 2,752 profession factors; she had 32 within the win over the Sooners.

1/27/2023: Keishana Washington of the Drexel Dragons made it to 2,000 career points in her 136th profession recreation. The Dragons beat the Hofstra Satisfaction 69-57.

1/26/2023: Taylor Mikesell of the No. 10 Ohio State Buckeyes reached 2,000 career points in her 144th profession recreation. The Buckeyes misplaced to the No. 4 Indiana Hoosiers 78-65.

1/29/2023: Cameron Brink of the No. 2 Stanford Cardinal had 16 factors, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks for a triple-double. The Cardinal program had never seen a blocks triple-double.

1/29/2023: Maddy Siegrist of the No. 19 Villanova Wildcats reached first place in all-time Philadelphia Large 5 scoring. With 25 factors, she reached 2,439 for her profession.

1/29/2023: Leigha Brown of the No. 18 Michigan Wolverines reached 1,000 points as a Wolverine in her 63rd recreation with the workforce. Solely three Michigan gamers have gotten there in fewer video games. Brown has 1,737 profession factors. The Wolverines beat the Minnesota Golden Gophers 77-41.

1/26/2023: In her 74th profession recreation, Ila Lane, and in her 99th profession recreation, Alexis Tucker:

1/25/2023: In her seventy fifth profession recreation, Suzi-Rose Deegan: (made it to 1,000 career points)

1/25/2023: In her 76th profession recreation, Alasia Smith:

1/29/2023: In her 131st recreation, Macey Turley, and in her 137th profession recreation, Alexis Burpo:

1/29/2023: In her 93rd profession recreation, Dayshanette Harris:

1/26/2023: In beating Ohio State, Indiana gained its fourth recreation this season over a workforce that was ranked within the High 10 on the time. It had never accomplished that earlier than.

1/25/2023: In her 102nd profession recreation, Julie Pospíšilová:

1/29/2023: In her one hundred and fiftieth profession recreation, Liz Dixon:

1/26/2023: The No. 9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish allowed simply 9 factors to Ta’Niya Latson of the No. 23 Florida State Seminoles. Latson, a freshman, had opened her profession with 22 consecutive games of double-digit factors and averages 22.7. The Irish gained 70-47.

Streak tracker

No. 5 UConn Huskies consecutive seasons with out shedding back-to-back video games — 29

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive ranked wins — 17

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive High 5 wins — 7

Caitlin Clark of the No. 6 Iowa Hawkeyes consecutive video games scoring in double figures — 73

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive wins — 27

No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks consecutive house wins — 36

No. 2 Stanford Cardinal consecutive Pac-12 house wins — 21

No. 15 NC State Wolfpack consecutive wins in non-conference video games vs. unranked opponents — 52

Eva Hodgson of the No. 11 North Carolina Tar Heels consecutive free throws made — 17



1/29/2023: RV (12 factors) Purdue Boilermakers over No. 10 Ohio State Buckeyes, 73-65

Abbey Ellis was 5-of-8 from three with 26 factors for the Boilermakers.

1/29/2023: Washington State Cougars over No. 22 Arizona Wildcats, 70-59

Bella Murekatete had 18 factors, 9 rebounds, two steals and two blocks for the Cougars. The Cougars are a No. 10 seed in ESPN’s Bracketology.

1/26/2023: RV (12 factors) Purdue Boilermakers over RV (45 factors) Illinois Fighting Illini, 62-52

Jeanae Terry had 10 factors, 14 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals for the Boilermakers.

1/27/2023: RV (40 factors) Colorado Buffaloes over No. 14 UCLA Bruins, 73-70 (OT)

After going through center college and highschool and not using a game-winning shot, sophomore Kindyll Wetta made the game-winner on the 1.9-second mark of time beyond regulation.

Jaylyn Sherrod reached 400 career assists with six within the win. She added 20 factors and two steals.

1/29/2023: No. 15 NC State Wolfpack over No. 9 Notre Dame Preventing Irish, 69-65

The Wolfpack had never overwhelmed the Irish consecutively. Diamond Johnson had 20 factors, eight rebounds and 5 assists for the winners.

1/29/2023: RV (17 factors) USC Trojans over RV (40 factors) Colorado Buffaloes, 71-54

Kadi Sissoko had 18 factors, 12 rebounds and 5 assists for the Trojans.

Quay Miller of Colorado made it to precisely 1,000 career points.

1/29/2023: No. 23 Florida State Seminoles over No. 16 Duke Blue Devils, 70-57

Makayla Timpson had 21 factors, 10 rebounds and three steals for the Seminoles.

1/25/2023: No. 24 Texas Longhorns over No. 20 Oklahoma Sooners, 78-58

Shaylee Gonzales had 12 factors, six rebounds, seven assists and 4 steals for the Longhorns.

1/23/2023: No. 6 Iowa Hawkeyes over No. 10 Ohio State Buckeyes, 83-72

The Hawkeyes hadn’t defeated a High 2 workforce on the street until this game. Caitlin Clark had a 28-point, 10-rebound, 15-assist triple-double.

Shut calls

1/27/2023: No. 2 Stanford Cardinal over Oregon State Beavers, 63-60

The Beavers are usually not included on the bubble of ESPN’s Bracketology. The are No. 53 within the NET rankings.

1/28/2023: No. 6 Iowa Hawkeyes over Nebraska Cornhuskers, 80-76

Clark had 33 factors, 12 rebounds, 9 assists and three steals. The Huskers are included within the “final 4 in” in ESPN’s Bracketology.

1/29/2023: No. 5 UConn Huskies over No. 19 Villanova Wildcats, 63-58

Different information

1/29/2023: Brittney Sykes to the Washington Mystics:

1/30/2023: Teaira McCowan remaining with Dallas Wings:

1/27/2023: Erica Wheeler information:

Different video games of the week

1/25/2023: Lehigh Mountain Hawks over Holy Cross Crusaders, 76-74 (OT)

1/28/2023: Florida A&M Rattlers over Alabama A&M Bulldogs, 69-67 (OT)

1/26/2023: Cal State Fullerton Titans over UC Irvine Anteaters, 66-64 (OT)

Different prime performances

1/29/2023: Mackenzie Smith — 38 factors, eight rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block for the Saint Joseph’s Hawks in a 94-90 time beyond regulation loss to the Richmond Spiders

1/26/2023: Dyaisha Honest — 36 factors, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and three steals for the Syracuse Orange in a 90-72 win over the Virginia Cavaliers

1/29/2023: Erynn Barnum — 37 factors, six rebounds, three assists, three steals and one block for the Arkansas Razorbacks in a 76-73 time beyond regulation loss to the Ole Miss Rebels

1/25/2023: Yaya Felder — 40 factors, 5 rebounds, three assists and one steal for the Ohio Bobcats in a 69-66 loss to the Central Michigan Chippewas

1/24/2023: Jordan Pyle — 35 factors, 9 rebounds, one help and two steals for the St. Francis (Illinois) Preventing Saints (NAIA) in a 72-62 win over the Chicago State Cougars (NCAA Division I)