Florida State upsets No. 17 Vanderbilt
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Leonor Rodriguez led five players in double figures with 16 points as Florida State defeated No. 17 Vanderbilt (3-3) 73-59 Saturday at the San Juan Shootout. The Seminoles are 5-0 for the third time in four years. The 14-point margin of victory was Florida State's smallest this year, having beaten four straight opponents by at least 30 points for the first time in program history to begin the year. NO. 2 UCONN 91, NO. 14 PURDUE 57Freshman Breanna Stewart scored 17 points to lead Connecticut (5-0) to a rout of Purdue (5-1) for the championship of the Paradise Jam tournament. NO. 6 PENN STATE 85, CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 73 Maggie Lucas scored 23 points as Penn State (5-0) won the Cal State Northridge tournament by beating the Matadors (3-2). NO. 8 GEORGIA 72, NEW MEXICO 42 Jasmine James scored 17 points as Georgia (7-0) won the New Mexico Thanksgiving title. NO. 11 CALIFORNIA 72, GEORGETOWN 56 Layshia Clarendon scored 20 points to lead California (5-0) past Georgetown. NO. 13 OKLAHOMA 100, OREGON 61 Aaryn Ellenberg scored 27 points as Oklahoma (4-1) beat Oregon (0-4) in the Rainbow Wahine Showdown. NO. 15 TEXAS 94, CENTRAL CONNECTICUT ST. 58 Chassidy Fussell scored 22 points to lead Texas (4-0) past Central Connecticut State (2-2). NO. 25 NORTH CAROLINA 85, LA SALLE 55 Waltiea Rolle got 15 points as North Carolina (5-0) ripped La Salle (1-4).
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