Myisha Hines-Allen scored 16 points and West Side graduate Dana Evans added six points, six assists, three steals and three rebounds Tuesday, leading No. 4 Louisville to a 91-56 win over UT Martin.
The Cardinals (9-0) are off to the second-best start in program history.
No. 5 South Carolina 69, College of Charleston 43: A'ja Wilson had her eighth double-double this year with 26 points and 15 rebounds, and South Carolina put away College of Charleston.
No. 20 Kentucky 100, Evansville 62: Maci Morris made four 3-pointers and scored 20 points, freshman Tatyana Wyatt had 20 points and 10 rebounds in the Wildcats' win.
Hannah Noe led Evansville (2-5) with 23 points, including six 3-pointers.
Evansville 91, Bowling Green 76: Dru Smith had a career-high 25 points, seven assists and four steals to lead Evansville over Bowling Green.
Smith was 11 of 13 from the floor, hitting three from long range, as Evansville (7-2) drilled 12 of 15 from distance, making 61 percent (34-56) of its field-goal attempts.
The Purple Aces (7-2), who have won two straight after dropping two, started the season with five consecutive victories.
Blake Simmons hit 4 of 5 from distance for 16 points and Noah Frederking added 14 for Evansville.
The Purple Aces led 46-40 at the break. Simmons and Frederking had back-to-back layups to start the second half and Dainius Chatkevicius slammed a dunk to start a 10-2 run as Evansville pushed it to 74-58.
No. 3 Michigan State 62, Rutgers 52: Miles Bridges scored 21 points and Michigan State overcame its worst offensive performance of the season with a victory over surprising Rutgers.
No. 4 Villanova 88, No. 12 Gonzaga 72: Mikal Bridges had his coming out performance as one of top players in the nation, scoring a career-high 28 points to lead Villanova over Gonzaga in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden.
No. 10 Miami 69, Boston 54: Freshman Lonnie Walker IV scored a season-high 26 points and Miami surged in the second half to beat Boston.
No. 18 West Virginia 68, No. 15 Virginia 61: Jevon Carter had 23 points and 10 rebounds, Lamont West scored 22 points and West Virginia beat Virginia, sending the Cavaliers to their first loss.