Tuesday's College BasketballFebruary 14, 2018 6:45am

EAST

Baruch 60, John Jay 40

Boston College 81, Pittsburgh 58

Buffalo 84, Kent St. 72

Caldwell 79, Nyack 59

Chestnut Hill 79, Wilmington (Del.) 77

Dominican (NY) 67, Post (Conn.) 59

Farmingdale 73, Yeshiva 69, 2OT

Monmouth (NJ) 73, St. Peter's 57

Rhode Island 85, Richmond 67

Rutgers 67, Northwestern 58, OT

St. Bonaventure 79, La Salle 68

SOUTH

Alabama 80, LSU 65

Arkansas 75, Mississippi 64

Freed-Hardeman 83, Williams Baptist 72

James Madison 62, UNC Wilmington 61

Tennessee 70, South Carolina 67

Virginia 59, Miami 50

MIDWEST

Ball St. 90, Akron 77

Bowling Green 83, W. Michigan 81

Cent. Michigan 80, N. Illinois 72

Columbia (Mo.) 61, Park 60

Creighton 94, Bemidji St. 46

E. Michigan 58, Miami (Ohio) 57

Georgetown 87, Butler 83

Kansas 83, Iowa St. 77

Michigan St. 87, Minnesota 57

Missouri 62, Texas A&M 58

N. Dakota St. 87, Mayville St. 53

N. Iowa 47, Evansville 41

Nebraska 70, Maryland 66

Ripon 88, Lawrence 62

Spring Arbor 95, Goshen 72

Toledo 82, Ohio 74

SOUTHWEST

Texas Tech 88, Oklahoma 78

FAR WEST

Multnomah Bible 75, Portland Bible 71

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