Angie Bjorklund scored all but three of her 19 points in the first half and No. 4 Tennessee beat Old Dominion 102-62 on Wednesday.
It was the 43rd meeting between the traditional women's basketball powerhouses, but the Lady Vols (11-1) have won 14 straight and now hold a 34-9 lead over the Lady Monarchs (2-8) dating back to 1977.
Glory Johnson had a double-double for the Lady Vols with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
NO. 9 GEORGIA 80, SAVANNAH STATE 45 — In Savannah, Ga., Jasmine Hassell scored 13 points, Anne Marie Armstrong had 12 points and Georgia remained undefeated.
The Lady Bulldogs (13-0) forced 28 turnovers and held Savannah State (8-8) to 18-of-44 shooting.
NO. 11 LSU 56, NO. 15 XAVIER 47 — In Cincinnati, Allison Hightower scored 18 points and had a career-high six steals as Louisiana State beat Xavier for coach Van Chancellor's 500th victory.
LSU (11-1) forced Xavier to turn it over 11 times while building a 35-25 halftime lead. It was the lowest-scoring half of the season for Xavier (9-3) to that point. The Musketeers could only manage 22 points in the second half.
NO. 12 FLORIDA STATE 80, WESTERN CAROLINA 47 — In Tallahassee, Fla., Alysha Harvin and Chasity Clayton each scored 13 points, leading Florida State over Western Carolina.
The Seminoles (12-2) started sluggishly, allowing the Catamounts to stay within single digits for much of the first half. WCU (2-10) led 7-6 five minutes into the game, but trailed the rest of the way.
It was the sixth time this season FSU held an opponent to 50 or fewer points.
NO. 13 NEBRASKA 88, ALBANY 41 — In Lincoln, Neb., Kelsey Griffin made all nine of her shots and finished with 27 points in just 22 minutes, helping Nebraska rout Albany.
Griffin hit two 3-poiners and was 7 for 7 from the free throw line as the Cornhuskers (12-0) extended their school-record winning streak and best start to a season.
NO. 14 OKLAHOMA 95, CAL STATE FULLERTON 76 — In Norman, Okla., Abi Olajuwon scored a career-high 25 points, Nyeshia Stevenson added 18 points and Oklahoma won its sixth straight.
NO. 21 KANSAS 82, PEPPERDINE 63 — In Lawrence, Kan., Sade Morris had 22 points, Danielle McCray added 15 and Kansas was sharp early after a long layoff.
Kansas (10-2) manhandled the Waves in a dominating first half and coasted through the second for its seventh straight win. Krysten Boogaard added 10 points and Aishah Sutherland had 12 rebounds for the Jayhawks.
NO. 25 JAMES MADISON 74, WESTERN MICHIGAN 65 — In Harrisonburg, Va., Dawn Evans had 28 points and nine assists as James Madison beat Western Michigan in the championship game of the JMU Invitational.
Evans was 6 of 10 from 3-point range for the Dukes (10-1), who also got 21 points from Lauren Jimenez and 11 from Tarik Hislop.