Stanley Robinson had a season-high 29 points and Jerome Dyson added 17 as No. 11 Connecticut beat Iona, 93-74, in Hartford, Conn., yesterday in the Huskies' final tune-up before they begin Big East play.
Kemba Walker had 14 points and seven assists, and freshman Jamal Coombs-McDaniel chipped in with a career-high 13 points.
UConn (9-2) opened up a 14-point lead at intermission after struggling in the first half.
Scott Machado had 14 for Iona (8-5), which had won four in a row, including an 82-73 victory at Providence. Rashon Dwight and Rashard McGill each added 12, and Jonathan Huffman had 10 for the Gaels.
Washington 86, San Francisco 71 - Quincy Pondexter scored 22 points and the No. 22 Huskies started slowly, briefly gave away a big lead, then cruised to a victory over San Francisco in Seattle.
Matthew Bryan-Amaning added 13 points and six rebounds for the Huskies (9-2), who were coming off a surreal victory over No. 19 Texas A&M on Tuesday night in which Aggies senior Derrick Roland broke his right leg.
Pondexter and Washington coach Lorenzo Romar spent Wednesday visiting Roland in the hospital, where he had surgery to repair multiple fractures sustained in a grotesque, on-court fall.
Washington became the 16th team in NCAA history to win 1,600 games.
Marquette 102, Presbyterian 62 - Lazar Hayward scored 23 points and Jimmy Butler added 16, leading the Golden Eagles over the Blue Hose in Milwaukee.
Marquette (9-3) took a 21-point halftime lead, and Presbyterian (2-11) never got closer than 18 the rest of the way. The Golden Eagles extended the lead to 30 points midway through the second half. Marquette had six players score in double figures.
Maryland 72, Florida Atlantic 59 - Greivis Vasquez scored 26 points, Landon Milbourne had 19, and the Terrapins improved to 6-0 at home with a victory over Florida Atlantic in College Park, Md.
It was the third straight game in which Vasquez reached the 20-point mark. The senior guard went 12 for 20 from the field, had eight rebounds and five assists to help Maryland (8-3) to its fourth win in five games.
The Terrapins played without second-leading scorer Sean Mosley, who has a sprained left ankle. The sophomore forward participated in warm-ups but did not see action for the first time in his career.
Ray Taylor, a 5-foot-6 freshman, scored 16 points and Greg Gantt added 14 for Florida Atlantic (5-7).
Elsewhere: Samardo Samuels had 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead surging Louisville past Radford, 79-53, in Louisville, Ky. Jared Swopshire added 13 points and the Cardinals (9-3) won their fourth straight by swarming the visiting Highlanders (5-5) from the opening tip. . . . Reeves Nelson scored a career-high 21 points and host UCLA defeated Delaware State, 66-49. Marcus Neal led the Hornets (4-6) with 15 points.
Kim English scored 23 points and Marcus Denmon tied a career high with 17 points as Missouri relied on a barrage of three-pointers to beat Austin Peay, 94-79, in Columbia, Mo. . . . Jon Leuer scored 13 of his game-high 17 points in the first half as Wisconsin defeated Illinois-Chicago, 79-43, in Madison, Wis. . . . Loyola Marymount survived a furious rally and scraped past Sacramento State, 82-78, in Sacramento, Calif. . . . Jimmy Conyers had 22 points as Akron posted its fifth straight win, a 77-57 victory over Valparaiso at home in Ohio.