Cheltenham's Ciara Andrews is one of four high school girls' basketball players who signed national letters of intent Friday to attend St. Joseph's next season. The others are Sarah Fairbanks of Elizabethtown, Pa.; Casey Smith of Danbury, Conn.; and Jordan Strode of Harrisburg, N.C.
"We are excited about our 2012 recruiting class. All four of them are accomplished high school players and will bring both personal and team success to our program," Hawks coach Cindy Griffin said.
Andrews averaged 19.7 points per game last season. The 5-foot-9 guard earned first-team all-state honors as a junior and was named the Suburban One American Conference player of the year.
Wagner 59, Pittsburgh 54 - Latif Rivers scored all 18 of his points in the second half - including six critical free throws in the final minute - to lead the Seahawks (8-3) past the 15th-ranked Panthers (11-2) in Pittsburgh.
Kenneth Ortiz had 12 points, and Tyler Murray added 10 for Wagner, which won its first game over a ranked opponent since knocking off then-15th-ranked Alabama on Nov. 24, 1978.
Ashton Gibbs scored 14 points for the Panthers, whose winning streak ended at nine games after they turned the ball over 18 times.
Louisville 70, Western Kentucky 60 - Russ Smith scored 23 points as the fourth-ranked Cardinals (12-0) overcame a sleepy start and rallied from an eight-point deficit in the second half to beat the visiting Hilltoppers (4-9).
Gorgui Dieng had 13 points and 15 rebounds - his fifth consecutive double-double - for the Cardinals, who remained one of the nation's six unbeaten Division I teams. Kyle Kuric added 15 points - 12 coming in the first half.
Wisconsin 79, Mississippi Valley State 45 - Jordan Taylor scored 17 points to lead the 13th-ranked Badgers (11-2) past the Delta Devils (1-10) in Madison, Wis.
The Badgers took 44 free throws, 23 more than their previous season high, and sank 31 of them.