Michigan stuns No. 4 UCLA in N.Y.; USC upset

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DeShawn Sims scored 18 points and Manny Harris added 15 to help Michigan upset No. 4 UCLA, 55-52, last night in the semifinals of New York's 2K Sports Classic.

With his team trailing 48-46 with 4:16 left, Stu Douglass hit a long three-pointer to give Michigan (3-0) the lead. Darren Collison of UCLA (2-1) was stripped on the other end, leading to a layup by Sims that made it 51-48 Wolverines.

SETON HALL 63, NO. 19 USC 61: : Jeremy Hazell scored 17 points and Eugene Harvey made a free throw with five seconds remaining to lead the Pirates (3-0) over the Trojans (2-1) in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off in San Juan.

NO. 10 DUKE 83, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 58: : Gerald Henderson scored all 20 of his points in the second half for the Blue Devils (4-0) against the Salukis (2-1) in the other 2K semifinal.

NO. 13 MEMPHIS 83, CHATTANOOGA 71: : Doneal Mack scored 19 points and Shawn Taggart recorded a double double to lift the Tigers (3-0) over the Mocs (0-3) in the other Puerto Rico Tip-Off game.

NO. 18 FLORIDA 64, SOUTHERN UTAH 50:: Nick Calathes had 18 points and seven rebounds, leading the host Gators (3-0) past the Thunderbirds (1-1).

Top 25 women

NO. 1 CONNECTICUT 99, SAN DIEGO STATE 55: : Maya Moore scored 21 points and the Huskies (2-0) extended their home winning streak to 26 games with the victory over the Aztecs (2-1).

NO. 8 STANFORD 84, NEW MEXICO 46: : Jillian Harmon led five players in double figures with 13 points, and the host Cardinal (2-1) rebounded from a tough loss at Baylor by routing the Lobos (3-1).

NO. 12 TEXAS A&M; 59, MICHIGAN 56: : Danielle Gant scored 15 points and Takia Starks added 13 to help the Aggies (3-0) hold off the host Wolverines (1-2).

NO. 14 TEXAS 87, TEXAS A&M-CORPUS; CHRISTI 36: : Kathleen Nash had 11 points and 12 rebounds, leading the Longhorns (4-0) over the Islanders (1-2) in Austin.

State men

VMI 133, STEVENSON 72: : Greg Woody had 12 points and Greg Collins 10 in a losing effort for the Mustangs (0-2), who gave up 46 points off turnovers. Seven players scored in double figures, led by Chavis Holmes with 21 points and Michael Sparks with 18, as the host Keydets (3-1) ran up the second-largest margin of victory in their history.

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