Chasson Randle scored 17 of his 21 points in the first half and Stanford routed South Dakota State 92-60 on Sunday as part of the Progressive Legends Classic at Maples Pavilion.

Anthony Brown added 19 points and Josh Huestis 13 for the Cardinal (6-2), which has won five of its past six games. Stefan Nastic had 10 points.

Jordan Dykstra scored 20 points to lead the Jackrabbits (3-6).

The Cardinal scored the game's first 13 points and never trailed, building a 58-24 advantage by halftime.

Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins earned his 100th career win. He's 100-76 overall in six years, all at Stanford.

Stanford converted 11 of its first 15 shots and shot 67 percent in the first half. Brown and Randle, who was 3 of 5 from long range, combined to shoot 14 of 21 (67 percent) from the field, and the starters were a combined 27 of 41.

Memphis 73, Oklahoma State 68: Shaq Goodwin had 17 points, Joe Jackson hit four key late free throws and the No. 21 Tigers (5-1) beat the fifth-ranked Cowboys (7-1) in the championship game of the Old Spice Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Memphis held Oklahoma State star Marcus Smart to 12 points.

UAB 63, North Carolina 59: Chad Frazier scored 25 points and the Blazers (6-2) made three free throws over the final 6.6 seconds to preserve an upset of the No. 16 Tar Heels (4-2) in Birmingham, Ala.


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UAB second-year coach Jerod Haase played for Roy Williams at Kansas and spent 13 years on his staff for his alma mater and the Tar Heels. "This is the definition of bittersweet," said Haase. "It's a big win for us. I was proud of our guys, but for Coach Williams to come here and bring North Carolina, that's pretty special."

George Washington 60, Creighton 53: Kevin Larsen gave the Colonials (6-1) the lead with 1:03 left in the game and they held off the No. 20 Bluejays (5-2) to take third place in the Wooden Legacy in Anaheim. Creighton star Doug McDermott, who came in averaging nearly 28 points per game, finished with seven.

San Diego State 67, Marquette 59: Xavier Thames scored a career-high 29 points and the Aztecs (5-1) held off a late rally to beat the No. 25 Golden Eagles (5-3) in the championship game of the Wooden Legacy.

Women

Connecticut 70, Ohio State 49: Bria Hartley scored 17 points to lead the top-ranked Huskies (9-0) over the Buckeyes (6-3) in the Hall of Fame Classic in Springfield, Mass.

Kentucky 69, Louisville 64: Cal transfer DeNesha Stallworth scored 15 second-half points, and the No. 7 Wildcats (8-0) rallied from a 14-point deficit to beat the No. 4 Cardinals (7-1) in Lexington, Ky.