South Carolina Gamecocks AP Top 25 Women's Basketball Results
South Carolina Gamecocks AP Top 25 Women's Basketball Results

The Latest AP Top 25 Women’s College Basketball Scores – Dec. 11

MIAMI, FL (10 December) —— The following are the AP Top 25 women’s college basketball scores on Sunday, December 11, as No. 1 South Carolina cruised to victory, while No. 6 UConn suffered a disappointing road defeat.

Top-ranked South Carolina (9-0) stayed undefeated this season with a comfortable 88-39 victory over Liberty. Zia Cooke scored a season-high 20 points and reserve forward Sania Feagin added a career-high 14 points for the Gamecocks, who returned from a weeklong break to complete exams –to win their ninth game this season.

Taylor Soule scored 21 points to help No. 7 Virginia Tech beat UNC Asheville. Soule 87-48 and improved to 10-0 for the third time in coach Kenny Brooks’ seven seasons. Read More: Women’s college basketball: AP Top 25 schedule and live TV channels – Dec. 11

Meanwhile, the sixth ranked UConn fell to a second defeat this season –going down 85-78 to No. 20 Maryland, while joint No. 8 rank teams North Carolina defeated Wofford 99-67 and NC State beat South Florida 65-57.

AP Top 25 Women’s College Basketball Scores

No. 1 South Carolina (9-0) beat Liberty 88-39. Next: at S. Dakota St., Thursday.
No. 6 UConn (7-2) lost to No. 20 Maryland 85-78. Next: vs. Florida St., Sunday.
No. 7 Virginia Tech (10-0) beat UNC-Asheville 86-48. Next: vs. No. 5 Notre Dame, Sunday.
No. 8 North Carolina (8-1) beat Wofford 99-67. Next: vs. SC-Upstate, Friday.
No. 8 NC State (9-1) beat South Florida 65-57. Next: vs. Davidson, Thursday.
No. 10 Iowa State (7-2) beat Jacksonville 84-50. Next: at No. 25 Villanova, Sunday.
No. 20 Maryland (9-3) beat No. 6 UConn 85-78. Next: at Fort Wayne, Wednesday, Dec. 21.
No. 23 Oklahoma (8-1) beat Robert Morris 94-65. Next: vs. Southern U, Sunday.


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