Rosalyn Gold-Onwude scored nine of Stanford's 10 points in overtime, Candice Wiggins sank 1 of 2 free throws with 28.6 seconds left and finished with 22, and the No. 5 Cardinal shocked previously unbeaten and top-ranked Tennessee, 73-69, last night in Stanford, Calif., to end an 11-game losing streak in the series.

Tennessee star Candace Parker missed the first of two free throws with 30.5 seconds left after scoring the tying basket with 7.4 seconds left in regulation to force overtime. The Volunteers (10-1) had a chance in the final 30 seconds of overtime, but Shannon Bobbitt turned the ball over with eight seconds left.

Jayne Appel collected 19 points and 14 rebounds for Stanford (10-1).

Indiana 79, West Virginia 66 -

Jamie Braun and Amber Jackson each scored 17 points and Indiana hit nine three-pointers, nearly matching its season high, to shock No. 13 West Virginia in Bloomington, Ind.

It was Indiana's first win over a top-25 team since beating Kentucky on Nov. 12, 2006.

Meg Bulger and Chakhia Cole each scored 19 points for the Mountaineers (10-2), not enough to prevent their seven-game winning streak from ending.

Despite shooting just 31.4 percent from three-point range in the first 11 games, the Hoosiers (7-5) were 9 of 20 from beyond the arc, outrebounded the Mountaineers by 37-28, and held off every challenge.

Hartford 54, Michigan State 51 -

Danielle Hood scored 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead Hartford to an upset of No. 23 Michigan State in West Hartford, Conn.

Kalisha Keane had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Allyssa DeHaan added 13 points for the Spartans (8-4). The Hawks improved to 10-2.

Michigan State, which led by 25-22 at the half, closed to 52-51 on Alissa Wulff's three-pointer with 48 seconds left. But Erica Beverly made two free throws and the Hawks held on for the win.

Oklahoma State 107, Central Arkansas 36 -

Reserve Kristin Hernandez scored 20 points to lead No. 20 Oklahoma State past Central Arkansas in Stillwater, Okla., for its most lopsided victory in program history.

The Cowgirls (10-1) scored the first 13 points and never were challenged by the Sugar Bears (2-9), a team that suited up only eight players.

Baylor 81, St. John's 58 -

Jessica Morrow scored a season-high 22 points to help No. 11 Baylor topple St. John's in New York.

Danielle Wilson added 15 points for the Bears (9-1).

Tiina Sten and Kia Wright both scored 13 points to lead the Red Storm (8-4).

Ohio State 86, Nebraska 74 -

Marscilla Packer shot her way out of a slump with 23 points and No. 18 Ohio State pulled away in the second half to stop Nebraska in Columbus, Ohio, ending the Cornhuskers' six-game winning streak.

Jantel Lavender added 21 points for the Buckeyes (9-2), who won their fourth in a row.

Danielle Page scored 16 points, and Tay Hester and Cory Montgomery each had 14 for Nebraska (9-3).

Vanderbilt 92, Lipscomb 37 -

Christina Wirth scored 16 points to lift the 21st-ranked Commodores (9-3) over the Bisons (2-10) in Nashville.

Lipscomb's point total was the lowest in school history. The Bisons shot only 23.5 percent from the field and just 3 for 20 from three-point range.

Sacred Heart 79, Princeton 65 -

Kaitlin Sowinski scored 23 points and Alisa Apo added 19 as the Pioneers (6-5) outlasted the Tigers (3-10) in Fairfield, Conn.

Princeton was led by Meagan Cowher, who scored 20 points on 10-of-15 shooting.

Mount St. Mary's 58, Fairleigh Dickinson 57 -

Tiffany Green's layup with 6.9 seconds to play sealed the win for the Mountaineers (2-8, 1-1) over the Knights (3-8, 0-2) in a Northeast Conference game in Hackensack, N.J.

Green, who finished with 14 points, is four shy of the 1,000-point plateau.

Jennifer Walkling led Fairleigh Dickinson with 18 points.

Pittsburgh 72, Duquesne 54 -

Shavonte Zellous scored a game-high 23 points as the host Panthers (8-3) beat the crosstown-rival Dukes (7-5).

Bowie State 75, Cheyney 60 -

Stephanie Orji scored 16 points for the Wolves (1-7) in a nonconference loss to the Bulldogs (7-1) in Baltimore.