Irish end skid, top Louisville

The Baltimore Sun

Luke Harangody had 32 points and 17 rebounds, and host Notre Dame (13-10, 4-7 Big East) ended a seven-game losing streak last night, beating No. 5 Louisville, 90-57, and sending the Cardinals (18-5, 9-2) to their second loss in three games.

It was the highest-ranked opponent the Irish have beaten since they beat No. 4 Alabama, 99-85, on Dec. 7, 2006.

No. 18 Arizona State 74, No. 11 UCLA 76: : Derek Glasser scored 15 points as the host Sun Devils (19-5, 8-4 Pacific-10) beat the Bruins (19-5, 8-3).

State men

Mount St. Mary's 68, St. Francis (N.Y.) 57: : Kelly Beidler scored 19 points, leading four players in double figures for the host Mount (15-10, 10-4 Northeast).

Bowie State 72, Lincoln (Pa.) 59: : Duke Crews scored 17 points as the visiting Bulldogs (13-11) beat the Lions (7-16).

State women

Virginia Commonwealth 63, Towson 34: : The host Tigers (13-9, 5-7 Colonial Athletic Association) dropped their second straight.

Bowie State 69, Lincoln (Pa.) 52: : The visiting Bulldogs (15-9), led by Bianca Lee with 14 points, cruised.

Haverford 57, Washington College 52: : The visiting Fords (6-14, 5-11 Centennial) beat the Shorewomen (10-12, 5-10) to spoil a 21-point, seven-block performance from Sally O'Donnell.

Gwynedd-Mercy 86, College of Notre Dame 49: : India Scott had her fifth double double of the season (14 points, 11 rebounds) in a losing effort for the host Gators (7-13, 4-9 Colonial States Athletic).

York 59, McDaniel 57: : Ashley Layles (St. Vincent Pallotti) had 18 points in the loss for the Green Terror (12-10).

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