TOP 25:?No. 7 Oklahoma 96,?Incarnate Word 63

Buddy Hield scored 22 points to help host Oklahoma defeat Incarnate Word on Tuesday night.

Hield shot 7-of-12 from the field and had six rebounds and five assists in 22 minutes. The preseason first-team All-American is averaging 25.3 points through three games.

Ryan Spangler had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Jordan Woodard added 10 points for the Sooners (3-0), who shot 59 percent from the floor.

Oklahoma controlled the game from the beginning, and the starters rested for much of the second half.

Jontrell Walker scored 16 points and Tyler Singleton added 11 for Incarnate Word (2-2).

No. 13 Indiana 83,?St. John’s 73

Yogi Ferrell had 22 points and seven assists to lead Indiana to a win over St. John’s in the consolation round of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational in Hawaii.

Freshman center Thomas Bryant had a career-high 19 points on 7-of-9 shooting for the Hoosiers (4-1), who lost to Wake Forest 82-78 in the closing seconds of the opening-round game.

Indiana will play UNLV for fifth place Wednesday.

Federico Mussini and Ron Mvouika had 17 points each for the Red Storm (3-2).

No. 19 Vanderbilt 86,?Wake Forest 64

Wade Baldwin IV and Damian Jones both scored 17 points, and Vanderbilt routed Wake Forest in the semifinals of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational in Hawaii.

The Commodores (5-0) will play the winner of the game between No. 5 Kansas and UCLA for the championship Wednesday.

The game couldn’t have started much worse for Wake Forest (3-2). While Vanderbilt was opening 9-of-13 from the field, the Demon Deacons missed 12 of their first 13 shots. That amounted to a 21-5 lead for the Commodores.

North Carolina State 83,?No. 22 LSU 72 (OT)

Anthony Barber scored 20 points and North Carolina State needed overtime to get an win over LSU at the Legends Classic in New York.

Five players reached double figures for North Carolina State (3-2), which led by 12 early in the second half. Barber scored six of his points in overtime when the Wolfpack outscored the Tigers by an 18-7 margin.

Caleb Martin scored 16, Malik Abdul-Abu added 15 while Cody Martin and Maverick Rowan had 14 and 10 respectively.

Tim Quarterman led the Tigers (3-2) with 19 points. Freshman Ben Simmons had 14 rebounds and 10 assists.

No. 24 Cincinnati 64,?Southeast Louisiana 49

Troy Caupain and Jacob Evans III scored 15 points apiece, and host Cincinnati beat Southeastern Louisiana.

Playing as a ranked team for the first time in two seasons, the Bearcats (5-0) struggled to make shots and led by only three points midway through the second half.

Evans made two free throws and back-to-back 3-pointers that helped Cincinnati pull away down the stretch, finishing with a career high. Gary Clark had 12 points and eight rebounds.

Zay Jackson had 15 points apiece for Southeastern Louisiana (1-4).

BIG TEN:?Radford 86,?Penn State 74

Cameron Jones made five 3-pointers and scored 23 points, and Radford beat host Penn State.

Rashun Davis added 18 points and YaYa Anderson scored 14 points, including four 3-pointers, for Radford (4-2). Brandon Holcomb had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Highlanders, who made 12-of-22 3-pointers.

Jones and Anderson scored eight points apiece during a 22-9 run that the Highlanders used to take control with 8:03 to play. Penn State chipped away and made it a two-possession game with 3:36 left but Davis hit his second 3-pointer with 3:17 left to put it out of reach.

There were four ties and 17 lead changes in the game.

Julian Moore led Penn State (2-2) with a career-high 16 points.

Northwestern 67,?Missouri 62

Tre Demps and Bryant McIntosh scored 13 points apiece, and Northwestern survived after blowing most of a 20-point first-half lead for a win over Missouri night in the third-place game of the CBE Classic in Kansas City.

The Wildcats (4-1), who lost to ninth-ranked North Carolina in the semifinals, did not make a field goal for the final five minutes and 41 seconds as the Tigers made one final run.

Kevin Puryear’s basket with 1:43 left got Missouri (2-3) within 65-59, and Scottie Lindsey’s miss at the other end and two free throws by Wes Clark made things interesting. But after a Demps turnover, Puryear could only make the second of two free throws with 33.8 seconds left.

Demps made one of two at the other end to give Northwestern a 66-62 advantage, and Clark’s 3-point try rattled out moments later, allowing the Wildcats to escape with the win.

MID-AMERICAN:?IPFW 57,?Miami (Ohio) 53

Mo Evans scored 15 points with seven assists and four steals to help Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne down host Miami of Ohio.

Evans was 50 percent from the floor and 3-of-5 from beyond the arc for IPFW (4-1). John Konchar had 13 points with six boards and Max Landis added 10 points, despite 3-of-13 shooting.

Eric Washington and Geovonie McKnight had 10 points apiece to pace Miami (3-3). Rod Mills chipped in 10 rebounds.

Western Kentucky 88,?Central Michigan 60

Frederick Edmond scored 16 points and Justin Johnson added 13 on 6-of-8 shooting to lead Western Kentucky past Central Michigan in Estero, Fla.

Rayshawn Simmons made a bucket to pull Central Michigan within two, 17-15, midway through the first half but back-to-back layups by Johnson sparked a 19-4 Western Kentucky run to close the half.

The Hilltoppers (3-2) led by as many as 36 in the second half.

Braylon Rayson scored 13 and Austin Stewart had 10 points for Central Michigan (2-2).