SYRACUSE, N.Y. Laura Sweeny scored 29 points and Rachel Roberts added 20 to help Villanova upset No. 22 Syracuse 77-75 in triple overtime Saturday.
Devon Kane, who hit a game-tying layup at the end of regulation, added 10 points for Villanova (19-6, 8-7).
Villanova jumped ahead 58-53 in the first overtime but went scoreless over the final 3 minutes as Syracuse (22-6, 10-5) forced another extra period.
Roberts’ 3-pointer with 1 minute, 10 seconds showing was the last basket of the second overtime, as the teams combined to miss four shots in the final minute.
The Wildcats snapped their cold streak in the final overtime, opening with an 8-2 run to pull away for good.
Kayla Alexander and Carmen Tyson-Thomas each scored 22 and grabbed 11 rebounds for Syracuse.
No. 1 Baylor 80, West Virginia 49: Brittney Griner recorded a triple-double and the Bears (28-1, 17-0 Big 12) built a big early lead to down the host Mountaineers (17-11, 9-8).
Griner finish with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.
Christal Caldwell had 14 for West Virginia.
No. 2 Notre Dame 92, Providence 57: Skylar Diggins scored 28 and the Irish (27-1, 15-0) clinched a share of their second straight Big East regular-season title, winning their 22nd straight game with a rout of the host Friars (7-21, 2-13).
Symone Roberts had 22 points for Providence.
No. 3 Connecticut 85, South Florida 51: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 32 and Stefanie Dolson added 25 as the Huskies (27-2, 14-1 Big East) tuned up for a rematch with Notre Dame by racing past the host Bulls (19-9, 8-7).
Inga Orekhova led South Florida with 13 points.
No. 4 Stanford 72, Washington State 50: Chiney Ogwumike had 28 points and 13 rebounds to help the Cardinal (28-2, 17-1) clinch a share of the Pac-12 title with a win against the Cougars (10-18, 6-11) at Pullman, Wash.
Ogwumike scored 22 in the first half to give Stanford a comfortable 35-21 lead at the half.
Lia Galderia led Washington State with eight points and seven rebounds.
No. 6 California 78, Washington 50: Talia Caldwell made 10 of 11 shots and finished with 22 points, and the Golden Bears (27-2, 17-1) claimed a share of the Pac-12 title for the first time in school history by beating the Huskies (19-10, 11-7) on the road.
Jazmine Davis returned from a one-game suspension to lead Washington with 19 points.
No. 21 Green Bay 67, Illinois-Chicago 36: Sarah Eichler scored 16 points, Lydia Bauer added 13 and the Phoenix (24-2, 14-0) steamrolled the Flames (9-18, 5-9) its 19th consecutive victory.
Texas Christian 61, No. 23 Iowa State 58: Zahna Medley scored 18 and the Horned Frogs (9-19, 2-15 Big 12) upset the Cyclones (20-7, 11-6).
Brynn Williamson led the Cyclones with 20 points. Hallie Christofferson was held to 13 on 4-of-15 shooting.
Winthrop 100, UNC Asheville 56: Diana Choibekova connected on five of her first seven 3-pointers, finishing with 33 points, and Dequesha McClanahan added 31 to lead the host Eagles (20-10, 14-4) on senior day against the Bulldogs (2-27, 0-18).
Radford 70, Gardner-Webb 64: Catrina Green’s 23 points and 14 rebounds were not enough to overcome a slow start, falling behind 20-7, and the Bulldogs (12-17, 5-13) fell to the host Highlanders (14-13, 9-9). Ashley Buckhannon lead Radford with 23 points.
Chattanooga 69, Appalachian State 45: The Mocs (26-3, 19-1) scored the game’s first nine points and never looked back. Raven Gary had 13 points for the Mountaineers (19-8, 13-6), who still hold a first-round bye in the conference tournament.
Elon 72, Davidson 56: The Phoenix (16-12, 13-6) remained undefeated at home behind Ali Ford’s 23 points. The Wildcats (18-11, 5-4) shot 33 percent from the field and had 19 turnovers.
College of Charleston 73, Western Carolina 61: The visiting Cougars (14-14, 10-9) went on a 9-0 run midway through the first half to take a 13 point lead, and the Catamounts (7-21, 5-14) never got within double digits afterward. Nancy Thacker had 14 points from off the bench and went 4 of 4 from behind the arc in the loss.