Florida A&M Rattlerettes

5th MEAC I | 10-17
    • ABC News

      Top-ranked UConn routs No. 23 Temple for 102nd straight win

      After a closer than expected three-point win at Tulane, top-ranked UConn had a bit of motivation to play well against newly ranked Temple. Napheesa Collier scored a career-high 31 points and the Huskies routed the No. 23 Owls 90-45 on Wednesday night to extend the program's record winning streak to 102 straight games. "I tried to come out really strong, we all did coming off that game with Tulane," Collier said. "I think we were all just really focused coming in." Katie Lou Samuelson added 19 points for the Huskies (27-0, 14-0 American), who clinched their fourth straight American Athletic Conference regular-season championship. The Huskies have never lost a conference game, either in the regular

    • Ha Na Jang moves up to No. 5 in women's rankings

      Ha Na Jang moves up to No. 5 in women's rankings

      Ha Na Jang of South Korea is back at the No. 5 spot in the Women's World Golf Rankings released Tuesday after her 12th professional victory at last week's Women's Australian Open. Jang, 24, finished with a three-stroke lead over Denmark's Nanna Koerstz Madsen at 10-under 282 in Seaton, South Australia. She was previously ranked No. 5 after winning the 2016 HSBC Women's Champions. This marks Jang's third week ranked in the top five of her career. Since the start of 2016, Jang has four wins -- including two in her last six events on the LPGA Tour. She has the Tour's highest winning percentage (18.2 percent) during that span. Only Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn (five) has more wins since the start

    • Wilson boys win first title since 1984; Mya Moye leads Anacostia past Bell
      Washington Post

      Wilson boys win first title since 1984; Mya Moye leads Anacostia past Bell

      Ayinde Hikim looked over his shoulders to make sure he was alone, then peeked at the packed bleachers to his left, seeing that everyone was watching. Then the Wilson junior took off, launching his 5-foot-10 frame into the air and slamming a one-handed dunk. There were still three quarters remaining, but the junior made a statement right then that the Tigers were the team to beat in Wednesday night’s D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association final against Theodore Roosevelt. “I haven’t dunked in a while, so I knew I had to get a dunk today,” Hikim said after the Tigers’ 57-38 victory. In front of a full house at the University of District of Columbia, No. 11 Wilson (27-3) led from start to finish