A'Ja Wilson's putback with 1.8 seconds left lifted the No. 1 South Carolina women and coach Dawn Staley past No. 9 Duke, 51-50, on Sunday in Durham, N.C. Asia Dozier scored 11 points, and Wilson finished with 10 for the Gamecocks (8-0), who trailed by four with less than 20 seconds left. Rebecca Greenwell had 12 points and foul-plagued all-American Elizabeth Williams had all five of hers in the final 41/2 minutes. Duke (5-3) had 22 turnovers and is on its first three-game losing streak since 2007-08.

St. Joseph's 58, Villanova 54 - Hawks head coach Cindy Griffin became the all-time leader in wins at Hawk Hill as St. Joe's topped the Wildcats, 58-54, in a Big Five battle at Hagan Arena. With the victory, Griffin improved to 249-171 in 14 seasons at St. Joseph's and surpassed the record for wins previously set by Women's Basketball Hall of Famer Jim Foster (248-126). Ciara Andrews (Cheltenham High) led the Hawks with 17 points.

Fordham 71, Temple 64 - The Owls rallied from a 16-point deficit, cutting the lead to just three points late in the game, but their comeback attempt fell short, as the Rams (5-4) held off Temple (3-5) at McGonigle Hall.

Drexel 61, Sacred Heart 54 - Buoyed by their defense, the Dragons beat the Pioneers for their second win at the Brown Classic in Providence, R.I. Rachel Pearson (Archbishop Carroll) scored 21 for Drexel and was named to the all-tournament team.

Men

Kentucky 82, Eastern Kentucky 49 -

The No. 1 Wildcats barely broke a sweat against the visiting Colonels. Freshman Karl-Anthony Towns had 19 points for Kentucky.