NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Tamara Simpson hit the winner with 10 seconds remaining as the Bulldogs (5-8) used an 11-3 run in the final 5:17 to edge the Black Bears (8-5).

Maine, which led by as many as 12 points, went cold in the second half shooting only 35.7 percent from the field.

Sigi Koizar scored 14 points for Maine. Sophie Weckstrom and Liz Wood each had 11 points, while Anna Heise tossed in 10.

Nyasha Sarju scored 18 for Yale.

HUSSON 79, USM 77: Chandler Guerrette hit the winner with 6 seconds left in overtime as the Eagles (5-4) edged the Huskies (6-6) at Gorham.

Guerrette had 21 points off the bench to lead five players in double figures for Husson.

Megan Pelletier had 33 points and 10 rebounds for Southern Maine.

(2) CONNECTICUT 98, TULSA 60: Moriah Jefferson scored 22 points, Morgan Tuck added 21 and UConn (13-1) rolled at home.

(3) TEXAS 61, WEST VIRGINIA 55: Nneka Enemkpali had 11 points and 12 rebounds, and host Texas stayed unbeaten (13-0).

(16) OKLAHOMA STATE 66, TEXAS TECH 35: Brittney Martin scored 18 points with 11 rebounds as the host Cowgirls (11-2) lowered the boom on Texas Tech in a Big 12 opener.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

USM 2, SACRED HEART 1: Julia Pearl and Katie Couture had a goal and an assist apiece, and Southern Maine (3-8-1) held off the Pioneers (5-7-0) at Gorham to snap a five-game losing streak.

Lynn Kozlowski assisted on both of the Huskies’ goals, and Liz Bergstrom made 16 saves.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

(3) VIRGINIA 61, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 51: Justin Anderson scored 16 points and Malcolm Brogdon had 14 as Virginia (14-0) weathered a sloppy effort for its 19th straight home victory.

(4) WISCONSIN 62, PURDUE 55: Frank Kaminsky scored 21 points and Josh Gasser added 15 as the host Badgers (15-1) held off stubborn Purdue.

(15) WICHITA STATE 63, BRADLEY 43: Darius Carter scored 19 points and Wichita State won at home.

XAVIER 69, (19) SETON HALL 58: Dee Davis scored 14 points, and Trevon Bluiett led a late run as Xavier (12-3) pulled away from Seton Hall (11-4), the Musketeers’ second straight home win over a ranked team.

(20) VCU 71, DAVIDSON 65: Treveon Graham had 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Rams (12-3), who held Davidson’s long-range shooters in check in a win at Richmond, Virginia.