STANFORD Ian Clark scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half, including a go-ahead three-pointer, to lead Belmont past Stanford 70-62 Sunday night.
Kerron Johnson scored 14 points as the Bruins (3-0) allowed a 14-point lead to disappear before Clark hit a three-pointer with six minutes to play.
Christian Sanders and Stefan Nastic each scored 11 points to lead the Cardinal (3-1), which had an eight-game winning streak snapped. Josh Huestis had a career-high 14 rebounds.
Stanford missed its first 12 three-point attempts before Sanders nailed a long-range shot with 12 minutes remaining.
The Bruins built a 41-27 advantage less than two minutes into the second half, but Andy Brown sank two free throws with 8:24 left to put Stanford ahead 49-48.
No. 23 Connecticut 89, Quinnipiac 82 (2 OTs) in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands Shabazz Napier scored 23 of his career-high 29 points in the final 3:24 of regulation and two overtime periods to help the Huskies (4-0) beat Quinnipiac (2-2) in the Paradise Jam. UConn trailed 55-45 with 4:56 left in regulation.
Northern Arizona 85, UC Davis 82 Gabe Rogers scored 27 points and Dewayne Russell 25 as the Lumberjacks (1-2) spoiled the Aggies' home opener.
Corey Hawkins, a transfer from Arizona State playing in his second game for UC Davis (0-2), led all scorers with 30 points. Ryan Sypkens scored 25 on 9-of-13 shooting.
Ewing leads induction class When Patrick Ewing rekindles memories of his four years at Georgetown, there's a contented smile on his face.
"I came into college a boy and left a man," said Ewing, the headliner in the 2012 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame induction class.
"Coach (John) Thompson and all the people at Georgetown did an outstanding job of helping me, not only as a basketball player but also as a human being."
Ewing's stellar career came during an era of celebrated centers. From 1983 through 1985, the No. 1 picks in the NBA draft were centers Ralph Sampson, Hakeem Olajuwon and Ewing, who won an NCAA title in 1984 when Georgetown defeated Houston 84-75.
It was the highlight of a four-year span in which the 7-foot Ewing led his team to three NCAA championship games and a 121-23 record.
No. 4 Stanford 92, Tenn.-Martin 67 in Honolulu Joslyn Tinkle scored a career-high 25 points, tournament MVP Chiney Ogwumike had her second double double in two days, and the Cardinal (5-0) beat the Skyhawks (1-4) to cap a 3-0 weekend in the Rainbow Wahine tournament.
No. 2 Connecticut 81, No. 16 Texas A&M 50 in College Station, Texas The Huskies (2-0) tallied 27 assists in their romp over the Aggies (0-3).
Dayton 71, No. 13 Vanderbilt 66 in Dayton, Ohio The Flyers (4-0) beat the Commodores (3-1) for their second victory over a ranked opponent this season.
South Dakota State 60, No. 15 Nebraska 55 in Brookings, S.D. Ashley Eide scored 26 points, and the Jackrabbits (2-2) took control with a 15-5 run in the second half to upset the Cornhuskers (3-1).