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Moore too much for Louisville

Associated Press / January 27, 2009
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Maya Moore had 27 points and 11 rebounds, freshman Tiffany Hayes added a career-high 23 points, and top-ranked Connecticut routed No. 6 Louisville, 93-65, in Storrs, Conn., last night to remain unbeaten.

UConn (20-0, 6-0 Big East) has opened with 20 straight wins for the second consecutive season and sixth time since 1994-95.

Led by Angel McCoughtry, the Cardinals (19-2, 6-1) were supposed to give the Huskies a challenge in the Big East. McCoughtry had 24 points and 13 rebounds, but it wasn't nearly enough as the Cardinals' 14-game win streak ended.

Virginia 75, Clemson 67 - Lyndra Littles scored 22 points as the 19th-ranked Cavaliers (16-4, 3-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) toppled the host Tigers (12-9, 2-5).

Sacred Heart 69, Quinnipiac 57 - Kaitlyn Sowinski (20 points, nine rebounds) powered the visiting Pioneers (12-7, 9-0 NEC) past the Bobcats (12-6, 6-3).

Men
Marquette 71, Notre Dame 64 - Jerel McNeal had 27 points as the eighth-ranked Golden Eagles (18-2, 7-0 Big East) denied the host Fighting Irish (12-7, 3-5).

Oklahoma 89, Oklahoma St. 81 - Blake Griffin scored 26 points and the fourth-ranked Sooners (20-1) opened Big 12 play with a 6-0 mark for the first time with a victory over the host Cowboys (13-6, 2-3).

Bentley 95, Franklin Pierce 65 - Lexington's Lew Finnegan was 10 of 14 from the field en route to a game-high 27 points as the host Falcons (16-4, 10-3 Northeast-10) soared past the Ravens (9-9, 6-7).

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