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Dec 5, 9:13 PM EST

No. 20 Kentucky women beat Evansville 100-62


Womens College Basketball
No. 24 Cal women rout BYU 70-45 for 5th straight win

Williams helps No. 18 Stanford women shut down UNLV 74-33

Murphy's 18 leads No. 21 Green Bay women past Bradley 72-40

Carter's record 46 points paces No. 19 Texas A&M women

No. 22 South Florida women crush Southern 108-48

No. 13 Ohio State women beat Dartmouth 103-70

Atkins leads No. 8 Texas past Northwestern State, 68-44

McCowan leads No. 5 Mississippi St over No. 9 Oregon 90-79

Wallace scores 20, No. 6 Baylor routs McNeese State 95-34

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The 2008 Race Comes to Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Maci Morris made four 3-pointers and scored 20 points, freshman Tatyana Wyatt had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 20 Kentucky beat Evansville 100-62 on Tuesday night.

Kentucky scored the first 19 points and led 35-8 at the end of the first quarter. It was 55-23 at halftime. Evansville outscored Kentucky 22-20 in the third but the Wildcats opened the fourth on a 9-3 run.

Alyssa Rice added 14 points with five rebounds and four assists for Kentucky (8-1), which is in the midst of playing five games in 11 days. The Wildcats play at Florida Gulf Coast on Friday and in Miami on Sunday.

Morris missed her only shot of the game in the third quarter to snap her streak of consecutive 3-pointers at nine. Wyatt had her first career double-double.

Hannah Noe led Evansville (2-5) with 23 points, including six 3-pointers.

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