BANGOR — Blanca Millan scored a game-high 19 points and Kelly Fogarty added 16 as the University of Maine downed UM-Fort Kent 100-40 in a nonconference women’s basketball game Thursday night at the Cross Insurance Center.

Millan hit 9 of 10 shots for the Black Bears (3-1) against the Bengals (0-3).

Fogarty hit four 3-pointers, all in the second half, and Maeve Carroll added 14 points and seven rebounds on 6-of-7 shooting.

Maine opened on a 15-0 run and led 50-20 at halftime.

The Black Bears began the third with a 25-6 run, including eight points from Fogarty to take a 75-26 lead with 3:45 left.

Tate Dolley, Bianca Gutierrez and Kailee Dowler each scored 11 for the Bengals.

(4) SOUTH CAROLINA 66, CLEMSON 36: Lindsey Spann made 6 of 7 3-pointers and scored 20 points as visiting South Carolina (3-0) defeated Clemson (2-1).

Spann’s outside accuracy freed up South Carolina in the paint. A’ja Wilson scored 19 points and had 11 rebounds, her third double-double in three games.

(5) LOUISVILLE 74, (24) MICHIGAN 49: Myisha Hines-Allen scored 19 points, Asia Durr had 13 and Louisville (4-0) used a big third quarter to rally past visiting Michigan (2-1).

Trailing 37-32 at halftime, the Cardinals began the third quarter with a 12-2 run for a 44-39 lead that became a rout early in the fourth thanks to intensity on both ends.

(10) OREGON 83, (19) TEXAS A&M 68: Ruthy Hebard scored a season-high 24 points on 10-of-10 shooting and Oregon (3-0) beat Texas A&M (2-1) at College Station, Texas.

Down six at the half, the Ducks scored the first seven points of the third quarter to grab a 35-34 lead. After A&M briefly led once more, Oregon began running away late in the period.

(11) DUKE 77, HIGH POINT 50: Lexie Brown scored 24 points, Leaonna Odom had 16 points and nine rebounds, and Duke (2-0) beat High Point (1-2) in the Blue Devils’ home opener at Durham, North Carolina.

(15) MARYLAND 92, NIAGARA 65: Stephanie Jones had a career-high 21 points and nine rebounds, Ieshia Small added a career-best 18 points and Maryland (2-1) beat Niagara (0-3) at College Park, Maryland.

Jones was 8-of-10 shooting and Small also missed two shots as Maryland shot 57 percent.


(8) FLORIDA 108, NORTH FLORIDA 68: Behind a balanced effort and six double-figure scorers, Florida (2-0) dominated North Florida (0-4) at Gainesville, Florida.

KeVaughn Allen was Florida’s top scorer with 18 points. The balanced scoring helped the Gators dismantle the Ospreys from the beginning, with Keith Stone, Gorjok Gak and Allen contributing emphatic dunks along the way.

(11) MIAMI 90, FLORIDA A&M 59: Highly touted Miami freshman Lonnie Walker IV limped off the court in the first half after twisting his left ankle, but Coach Jim Larranaga said he didn’t think the injury was serious, and the Hurricanes (3-0) went on to beat Florida A&M (0-3) at Coral Gables, Florida.

Larranaga said he didn’t expect Walker to miss any games. The Hurricanes are scheduled to play La Salle next Wednesday in Walker’s hometown of Reading, Pennsylvania.

(12) CINCINNATI 97, COPPIN STATE 54: Jarron Cumberland led an opening blitz of 13 made shots, and the Bearcats (3-0) pulled away from Coppin State (0-3) at Highland Heights, Kentucky.

The Bearcats piled up 107 and 102 points while beating Savannah State and Western Carolina, and were trying to reach triple digits in three straight games for the first time in school history. They came up short, failing to make a field goal in the final four minutes.

(13) NOTRE DAME 106, CHICAGO STATE 66: T.J. Gibbs survived a scary second-half fall to score 23 points as Notre Dame (3-0) ran away from Chicago State (1-3) at South Bend, Indiana.

Gibbs hit the court hard with 11:59 remaining but stayed in the game. He finished 8 of 11 from the field, including 4 of 7 from beyond the 3-point arc, and added three assists before taking a seat on the bench with 5:47 remaining.


(23) SOUTH FLORIDA 27, TULSA 20: Quinton Flowers threw two touchdown passes and rushed for 119 yards as the Bulls (9-1, 6-1 AAC) held off the Golden Hurricane (2-9, 1-6) in Tampa, Florida, to remain in contention for a berth in the American Athletic Conference championship game.