SYRACUSE, N.Y. Sugar Rodgers scored 21 points, including a 3-point play in the game's last minute, as No. 15 Georgetown used a 5-0 run in the final 39 seconds to sink Syracuse 65-62 on Saturday.
The Orange held the lead for most of the second half, going up 62-60 on Iasia Hemingway's jumper with one minute, three seconds to play. But after a timeout by Georgetown (22-6, 11-4 Big East), Rodgers, the Big East's leading scorer, was fouled on the game-tying basket and sank the foul shot for a one-point lead.
After Syracuse's Rachel Coffey missed her attempt at a go-ahead 3, the Orange fouled and Morgan Williams stepped to the line and sank both of her shots for Georgetown's final margin with 11 seconds left. Syracuse (17-12, 6-9) got a last-second 3-point attempt off but it wouldn't fall.
No. 2 Stanford 69, Utah 42: Chiney Ogwumike scored 16 points and had 12 rebounds, older sister Nnemkadi Ogwumike added 15 points and five blocks and the host Cardinal (26-1, 17-0 Pac-12) beat the Utes (13-14, 6-10) to give coach Tara Vanderveer her 700th career victory with Stanford.
No. 3 Notre Dame 80, South Florida 68: Natalie Novosel scored a career-high 32 points, Devereaux Peters added 17 points and a career-high 18 rebounds, and the Irish (27-2, 14-1) withstood an upset bid by the Bulls (15-14, 7-8) to clinch a tie for the Big East regular-season title.
No. 4 UConn 85, Marquette 45: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored a career-high 27 points to lead the Huskies (26-3, 13-2 Big East) to an easy victory over the Golden Eagles (13-15, 4-11) in Milwaukee.
No. 12 Green Bay 78, Butler 53: Julie Wojta had a double-double with 27 points and 13 rebounds as Green Bay (25-1, 15-1) earned its 14th-straight Horizon League title with a win over Butler (12-15, 8-8) in Green Bay, Wis.
No. 16 Louisville 75, No. 21 DePaul 62: Senior guard Becky Burke led the Cardinals (20-8, 9-6 Big East) to avenge an earlier loss against the Blue Demons (20-9, 8-7) in Louisville, Ky, in their final home game of the season.
No. 19 St. Bonaventure 58, Rhode Island 32: Megan Van Tatenhove scored 17 points in Kingston, R.I., to lead the Bonnies (27-2, 14-0) over the Rams (1-28, 0-14) for their 16th straight win, making St. Bonaventure just the seventh team in Atlantic 10 Conference history to make a perfect run through league play while earning its first regular-season title.
No. 20 St. John's 69, Villanova 49: Da'Shena Stevens scored 21 points and the Red Storm (20-8, 12-3) won its seventh consecutive game, defeating the Wildcats (15-13, 5-10) in New York.
No. 24 Rutgers 68, Providence 47: Khadijah Rushdan scored 21 points to lead the Scarlet Knights (20-8, 9-6 Big East) past the Friars (13-15, 5-10), extending Rutgers' winning streak against Providence to 19 straight games.
No. 25 Gonzaga 77, BYU 60: The host Bulldogs (25-4, 14-2 West Coast) shot 49 percent from the floor in a win over the Cougars (23-6, 11-4) that clinched their eighth straight regular-season title.
College of Charleston 68, Furman 61: Sophomores Alyssa Frye and Jillian Brown combined for 34 points as the Cougars (7-22, 6-14) closed the regular season with a victory over the Paladins (13-15, 9-10) in Charleston.
Elon 72, Wofford 59: Kelsey Evans tied a career-high with 24 point and the Phoenix (15-13, 11-8) put four in double figures in a win over the Terriers in Elon.
Appalachian State 57, Samford 53: The Mountaineers (23-4, 17-2) kept themselves in contention for a second-straight regular-season title with a win over the Bulldogs (17-11, 12-7) in Birmingham, Ala.
Western Carolina 55, Georgia Southern 46: The Catamounts (13-15, 8-11) held off a late surge from the Eagles (8-20, 4-15 SoCon) to come away with a Senior Day win in Cullowhee.
Chattanooga 55, Davidson 48: Barbara Sitton registered her first career double-double, but the Mocs' Taylor Hall had one of her own and sparked a game-changing second-half run that snapped the Wildcats' win streak as Davidson (20-8, 16-3) fell on the road to Chattanooga (20-8, 15-4) in Davidson.
South Atlantic Conference
Wingate 58, Brevard 50: The Bulldogs (19-7, 13-5) never trailed in a victory over the Tornados (6-20, 1-17) in Wingate that clinched their 11th SAC regular-season title.
Newberry 66, Catawba 60: Neicey Lewis scored 16 of her 20 points after halftime to help power the Wolves past the Indians in Newberry, S.C.
Lincoln Memorial 71, Lenoir-Rhyne 64: Dayshalee Salaman led the Railsplitters (14-2, 9-9) with 19 points while Kelsey Bradford and Ralissa Nelson added 15 apiece in a game the Bears (19-8, 11-7) never led in Hickory.