Jordyn Franzen scored a season-high 27 points to lead the University of New England women’s basketball team to a 75-63 win over Gordon on Tuesday night in Biddeford.

Franzen also grabbed nine rebounds, while Kaylee Beyor added 10 points and 10 rebounds for UNE  (6-3, 2-1 Commonwealth Coast Conference). The Nor’easters also forced 29 turnovers.

Ami Rivera scored 17 points and Naomi Nicholas 15 for Gordon (1-7, 0-2).

(8) COLORADO 95, UT ARLINGTON 74: Frida Formann scored 23 points, matching a school record for 3-pointers in a game with seven, and the Buffalos (9-1) never trailed in beating the Mavericks (1-8) in Boulder, Colorado.

(12) OHIO STATE 85, OHIO 45: Emma Shumate hit six 3-pointers and scored 22 points, both career highs, and No. 12 Ohio State (7-1) coasted to a win over the Bobcats (2-4) in Columbus, Ohio, the Buckeye’s seventh-straight victory.

(21) WASHINGTON STATE 69, SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 64: Astera Tuhina scored 18 points, Bella Murekatete added 15 and the Cougars (10-1) beat the Jackrabbits (4-3) in Brookings, South Dakota.



COLBY 98, UM-FARMINGTON 76: Jack Lawson finished with 27 points, 10 rebounds and four assists as the Mules (5-4) beat the Beavers (5-4) in Waterville.

Max Poulton added 19 points, Marcos Montiel 14, Liam O’Connell 13 and Lucas Green 12 for Colby.

Zachary Mickle and Simon Chadbourne each had 15 points for UMF.

GORDON 105, UNE 88: Treyton Tebbs recorded 27 points and 15 rebounds as the Fighting Scots (2-6, 1-1 CCC) beat the Nor’easters (5-5, 0-3) in Biddeford.

Justin Wu added 26 points for Gordon.


Adam Lux scored 20 points and Zach Boulay added 18 for UNE. Adrian Torres (17) and Jayden Thornton (16) also scored in double figures.

(2) KANSAS 88, KANSAS CITY 69: Kevin McCullar Jr. had a career-high 25 points, KJ Adams scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half, and the Jayhawks (8-1) struggled to hold off the scrappy Roos (6-3) in Lawrence, Kanas.

Hunter Dickinson added 14 and 11 rebounds for the Jayhawks, who appeared to be caught looking ahead — or behind — in a pitfall-type game between their win over No. 5 UConn last week and their game against bitter rival Missouri on Saturday.

(20) ILLINOIS 98, (11) FLORIDA ATLANTIC 89: Marcus Domask scored 33 points and Terrence Shannon Jr. had 31, both career highs, as the Fighting Illini (7-1) shot 63% and surged ahead in the second half for a victory over the Owls (7-2) in the Jimmy V Classic in New York.

Playing in this event for the second consecutive year, the Fighting Illini won their fifth straight game thanks to Domask and Shannon, who combined for 47 points after halftime and were a combined 25 of 35 from the field.

Domask shot 15 of 21 and surpassed his previous career high of 32 points set Jan. 29 for Southern Illinois at Illinois State. Shannon went 10 for 14 and also hit nine of 11 free throws.


(17) TENNESSEE 87, GEORGE MASON 66: Jonas Aidoo scored a career-high 17 points and the Volunteers (5-3) rediscovered their defense in a victory over the Patriots (7-2) in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Josiah-Jordan James added 15 points, Tobe Awaka added 11 and Dalton Knecht had 10 as the Vols snapped a three-game losing streak.

J.P. Estrella of South Portland had seven points for Tennessee.

(23) WISCONSIN 70, MICHIGAN STATE 57: AJ Storr matched a season high with 22 points and Steven Crowl scored a season-high 18 points, leading the Badgers (7-2, 1-0 Big Ten) to a win over the Spartans (4-4, 0-1) in East Lansing, Michigan.

The Badgers have won six straight and didn’t trail for a second straight game, including a win over then-No. 3 Marquette.

The Spartans got off to a bad start and struggled to make 3-pointers, troubling trends for coach Tom Izzo as he searches for answers with a team that was ranked No. 4 in the preseason.



PENN STATE: Defensive end Chop Robinson has decided to declare for the 2024 NFL draft.

Robinson, who made his announcement on his social media platforms, recorded three sacks and 18 quarterback hurries this season. The 6-foot-3, 254-pound junior from Gaithersburg, Maryland, started every game.

“From one dream to the next, I am excited to continue this next chapter,” Robinson wrote.

Robinson has been projected as a first-round pick. He doesn’t plan to play in the Nittany Lions’ game against Mississippi in the Peach Bowl.

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