PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas — Tournament MVP Frank Kaminsky scored 17 points to lead five Wisconsin players in double figures, Duje Dukan and Traevon Jackson each added 13 and the second-ranked Badgers beat Oklahoma 69-56 on Friday to win the Battle 4 Atlantis men’s basketball championship.

Sam Dekker scored 11 points and Nigel Hayes finished with 10 for Wisconsin (7-0), which trailed by one late in the first half before peeling off 10 straight points and taking the lead for good.

Dinjiyl Walker scored 10 points for Oklahoma (4-2).

(5) NORTH CAROLINA 75, (18) FLORIDA 64: Kennedy Meeks scored 18 points and tied a career high with 13 rebounds for the Tar Heels (5-1) in the fifth-place game at the Battle 4 Atlantis at Paradise Island, Bahamas.

(10) GONZAGA 73, ST. JOHN’S 66: Domantas Sabonis had 14 points and eight rebounds in the NIT Season Tip-Off championship game at New York.

Gary Bell Jr. added 13 points and seven rebounds for the Bulldogs (6-0).

(11) KANSAS 82, TENNESSEE 67: Perry Ellis scored 24 points and Cliff Alexander added 16 in an Orlando Classic semifinal at Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Frank Mason III had 11 points and seven assists for Kansas (4-1). The Jayhawks will face No. 20 Michigan State or Marquette in the championship game Sunday.

(16) OHIO ST. 73, JAMES MADISON 56: D’Angelo Russell scored 14 points, Sam Thompson had 13 and Ohio State got big contributions from its big men in a win at Columbus, Ohio.

Starting center Amir Williams had seven points and nine rebounds, and backups Trey McDonald and Anthony Lee had eight points each.

Playing his first game after a five-game suspension, Andre Nation had 15 points for James Madison (4-2).

(17) MIAMI 87, SOUTH ALABAMA 75: Sheldon McClellan had 17 points and the Hurricanes scored the first 23 points in a victory at Coral Gables, Florida.

Manu Lecomte led the strong start with two 3-pointers and Ja’quan Newton’s jumper with 11:35 left ended the run for the Hurricanes (7-0).


(1) SOUTH CAROLINA 67, (22) SYRACUSE 63: Tiffany Mitchell scored 21 points and A’ja Wilson added 11 of her 15 in the second half at the Junkanoo Jam in Freeport, Bahamas.

The Gamecocks (5-0) trailed by 10 with 6:43 left before rallying. They took a 60-59 lead after Khadijah Sessions’ steal and layup with 3:35 left.

(3) CONNECTICUT 85, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 24: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 21 points and Morgan Tuck added 15 in a first-round game at the Gulf Coast Showcase in Fort Myers, Florida.

(11) NORTH CAROLINA 70, (5) STANFORD 54: Latifah Coleman scored 19 points and Xylina McDaniel added 15 in an opening-round upset in the Rainbow Wahine Shootout at Honolulu.

Stephanie Mavunga added 10 and eight rebounds for the Tar Heels (5-0), who avenged a nine-point loss to the Cardinal (3-2) in the Elite Eight round of the NCAA tournament last April.

(8) DUKE 72, STONY BROOK 42: Freshman Oderah Chidom scored 13 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in a win at Durham, North Carolina.

10) MARYLAND 80, JAMES MADISON 64: Lauren Mincy scored 23 points and Lexie Brown added 13 in a win at the San Juan Shootout in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.