Jacob Pullen scored 24 points, his season high against a Division I opponent, to lead No. 5 Kansas State to an 89-55 victory over Alcorn State on Monday night in Manhattan, Kan.
Jamar Samuels had 16 points and Curtis Kelly added 15 for the Wildcats (8-1).
Marquiz Baker scored 17 points for the Braves (0-7) while Kendrick McDonald chipped in 12.
Washington 94, Portland 72 - Isaiah Thomas and Justin Holiday both scored 20 points, reserve Scott Suggs hit two key three-pointers midway through the second half, and the No. 21 Huskies (6-2) held off a strong challenge from the Pilots (7-3) in a win in Seattle.
In the region: Casey Walker scored 25 points to help Delaware State defeat Maine, 75-56, in Orono, Maine. . . . Sam Permutt scored a game-high 26 points, including eight of the team's 13 points in overtime, and Haverford prevailed, 85-81, over visiting Moravian. Permutt grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds for a double-double.
Temple 75, Ohio 48 - Kristen McCarthy and Shey Peddy scored 16 points apiece in leading Temple (5-4) to its third straight win, over Ohio (2-5) in Athens, Ohio.
Victoria Macaulay scored a career-high 13 points off the bench for the Owls.
Duke 61, Texas A&M 58 - Jasmine Thomas scored 18 points and hit the go-ahead basket with 55 seconds left, and the No. 5 Blue Devils (9-0) got past the No. 7 Aggies (6-1) in Durham, N.C.
Players of the week. Temple senior forward Lavoy Allen was named Atlantic Ten co-player of the week. . . . Drexel sophomore guard Chris Fouch was named the Colonial Athletic Association men's co-player of the week. . . . Villanova senior forward Antonio Pena was named the Big Five men's player of the week. . . . Temple junior guard Shey Peddy was named the Big Five women's player of the week. . . . West Chester sophomore guard Harley Williamson was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference player of the week. . . . La Salle freshman Tyreek Duren was named the Atlantic Ten co-rookie of the week.
Former coach dies. Former Marquette basketball coach Hank Raymonds died early Monday after a long battle with cancer, the school said. He was 86.
Raymonds, a former assistant coach under Al McGuire, took over as head coach after McGuire's departure in 1977 and coached until 1983, compiling a career record of 126-50.
Duke again unanimous No. 1. Another Duke victory over a top-10 team and the Blue Devils' win in a rematch of last season's national championship game made them a unanimous No. 1 for a second straight week. Duke (8-0) capped a tough two-week stretch by beating Michigan State and Butler. The Blue Devils again received all 65 first-place votes on Monday.
UConn women still No. 1. Connecticut's women's team remained the unanimous choice at No. 1.