Georgetown 78, UCLA 70 - Otto Porter Jr. had 18 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, five blocks, and three steals to lead the Hoyas over the 11th-ranked Bruins in the other semifinal of the Progressive Legends Classic. Georgetown shot 54.5 percent for the game, including 60 percent in the second half (18 of 30).
Markel Starks had a career-high 23 points for the Hoyas (3-0), who will face Indiana in Tuesday night's championship game.
Purdue 59, Bowling Green 45 - Drey Mingo had 13 points and Sam Ostarello scored 12 to lead the No. 14 Boilermakers over the 2-1 Falcons in West Lafayette, Ind. Mingo and Ostarello also had 12 rebounds each for the Boilermakers (3-0), with Ostarello blocking four shots. Chantel Poston also scored 12 points for Purdue, which led by 25-18 at halftime.
California 87, Cal Poly 61 - Reshanda Gray scored 22 points and Gennifer Brandon had 18 points and 11 rebounds as the No. 11 Golden Bears (3-0) rolled past the 2-2 Mustangs in Berkeley, Calif.
The national spotlight was focused on the St. Joseph's women's basketball team after its upset of No. 5 Maryland on Saturday.
The Hawks were named "Team of the Weekend" by ESPN's Graham Hays. Redshirt senior guard Chatilla van Grinsven earned honors as Atlantic Ten Conference co-player of the week and Big Five women's player of the week Monday after scoring a game-high 18 points in the upset.
On the Big Five honor roll were La Salle's Brittany Wilson, Villanova's Laura Sweeney (Cherokee High), and Temple's Victoria Macaulay.
St. Joseph's earned another award in the men's Big Five when junior forward Ronald Roberts was named player of the week after three consecutive double-doubles.
Honor-roll selections were Penn's Fran Dougherty (Archbishop Wood), Temple's Scootie Randall (Communications Tech), and La Salle's Jerrell Wright (Dobbins Tech).
Holy Family senior center Erin Mann (Villa Maria) was the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's basketball player of the week.