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Women's Top 25 roundup: Syracuse upsets No. 13 Notre Dame


Dyaisha Fair scored 27 points and had six steals to help Syracuse open up Atlantic Coast Conference play with an 86-81 upset victory over visiting No. 13 Notre Dame on Sunday.

Fair made four 3-pointers and also had four rebounds and three assists in the eighth straight victory for the Orange (11-1, 1-0 ACC). Alyssa Latham, a freshman, added 21 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks for Syracuse, and Georgia Woolley chipped in 10 points.

Hannah Hidalgo did it all for the Fighting Irish (9-2, 0-1 ACC) with 32 points, seven steals, six assists and five rebounds. Maddy Westbeld contributed 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Syracuse led by four points at halftime before Notre Dame surged back to take a four-point lead into the fourth quarter, but the Orange had one more run left in them and went ahead by nine points in the final frame. Syracuse scored 30 points off 24 Notre Dame turnovers and won the rebounding battle by 12.

No. 14 Virginia Tech 91, Pitt 41

Georgia Amoore scored 20 points as the Hokies raced away from the visiting Panthers in Blacksburg, Va.

Amoore was one of six players to score in double figures for Virginia Tech (10-2, 1-0 ACC) in its conference opener. Olivia Summiel had a double-double of 10 points and 11 boards off the bench. Matilda Ekh had 16 points, Carleigh Wenzel and Cayla King each scored 11 and Elizabeth Kitley had 10 points and nine rebounds.

Virginia Tech never trailed as it shot 51.5 percent from the floor and 48.3 percent from behind the arc. Liatu King led Pitt (6-8, 0-1 ACC) with 19 points and four rebounds.

No. 15 UConn 95, No. 18 Marquette 64

Paige Bueckers tallied 25 points and five assists as the Huskies handed the visiting Golden Eagles their first defeat of the season in Hartford, Conn.

Aaliyah Edwards added 19 points and 12 rebounds for UConn (10-3, 2-0 Big East), while KK Arnold scored 13 points and Ashlynn Shade chipped in 12 points.

For Marquette (12-1, 1-1 Big East), Jordan King had 16 points, Liza Karlen added 13 and Mackenzie Hare scored 12.

Marquette jumped out to a 10-point lead, but then UConn broke off a 21-6 run to end the first quarter and never looked back. UConn had a rebounding advantage of 15 and outscored Marquette 52-28 in the paint.

No. 16 Indiana 77, Illinois 71

Mackenzie Holmes scored 30 points as the host Hoosiers outlasted the Fighting Illini in Bloomington, Ind.

Holmes shot 10-of-14 from the floor and also had seven rebounds for Indiana (11-1, 2-0 Big Ten). Chloe Moore-McNeil added 19 points while Yarden Garzon tallied 12 points, six rebounds and five assists.

Makira Cook powered Illinois (6-6, 0-2 Big Ten) with 24 points, and Kendall Bostic chipped in 18 points and 11 rebounds. Illinois trimmed its deficit to a single point with just 55 seconds to play, but a 3-pointer and two free throws by Garzon gave Indiana a six-point advantage with 20 seconds left.

No. 22 Florida State 73, Wake Forest 61

Ta'Niya Latson piled up 30 points to help the Seminoles beat the visiting Demon Deacons in Tallahassee, Fla.

Latson shot 10-of-20 from the floor and also had five rebounds for Florida State (11-3, 2-0 ACC). FSU also got a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds from Mikayla Timpson, and 12 points from O'Mariah Gordon. Florida State led by as many as 14 points and shot 21-of-25 from the charity stripe.

Malaya Cowles led Wake Forest (4-9, 0-1 ACC) with 15 points and four rebounds.

No. 24 North Carolina 82, Clemson 76

Lexi Donarski scored 23 points and Alyssa Ustby added 21 as the Tar Heels opened ACC play with a win over the visiting Tigers in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Ustby also had 11 rebounds for her sixth double-double of the season, and Deja Kelly added 15 points and eight assists for UNC (9-4, 1-0 ACC). Clemson (8-6, 1-1 ACC) was paced by Amari Robinson's 21 points and Dayshanette Harris' 19 points.

UNC jumped out to a 17-5 lead to start the game, but Clemson cut the deficit to one point by halftime. In the third quarter, the Tar Heels pulled away again thanks to 12 points from Donarski on 4-of-8 shooting from 3-point range. UNC made a season-high 11 3-pointers.

--Field Level Media

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