Sunday's basketball: Detroit women pick up 1st win

Detroit News wire services

Haleigh Ristovski scored 19 as Detroit defeated Niagara, 80-75, Sunday at Calihan Hall as the Titan won their first game for coach Brad Scott.

Rosanna Reynolds scored 18, Brianne Cohen 17 and Nicole UIrbanick 16 for Detroit (1-4).

Sam Lapszynski scored 27 to lead Niagara (1-4).

(At) Michigan 62, Oral Roberts 44: Siera Thompson scored 16 and Hallie Thorne 14 for Michigan, which is 6-0 for the first time since the 2011-12 season

Western Michigan 70, (at) IPFW 48: Teagan Reeves scored 14 and Miracle Woods 13 for Western (4-2).

State men

Mercer 68, Western Michigan 65: Jared Klien scored 18 for Western (3-4) in the Challenge of the Music City in Nashville, Tennessee.

Top 25 men

(At) No. 6 Duke 85, Utah State 52: Freshman Luke Kennard and Grayson Allen each scored 22 for Duke (6-1), which won its fourth straight.

(At) No. 7 Oklahoma 65, Wisconsin 48: Ryan Spangler had 20 points and 14 rebounds for Oklahoma (4-0).

Nigel Hayes had 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Badgers (4-3).

No. 11 Arizona 68, Boise State 59: Allonzo Trier and Kadeem Allen scored 13 each for Arizona (6-1) in the third-place game of the DirecTV Wooden Legacy in Anaheim, California.

Iowa 84, No. 20 Wichita State 62: Jarrod Uthoff scored 22 and Adam Woodbury had 15 for Iowa (4-2) at the AdvoCare Invitational in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Wichita State played without forward Anton Grady. He was recovering from a a collision with an Alabama player on Friday. Doctors found no signs of spinal cord trauma and Grady returned home with the team.

No. 23 Xavier 90, Dayton 61: Edmond Sumner scored 14 to help Xavier (7-0) win the AdvoCare Invitational title game in Lake Buena Vistas, Florida.

(At) No. 25 SMU 77, Brown 69: Keith Frazier scored 23 and made three 3-pointers to lead SMU (4-0).

News staff and wires contributed

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