“Around the NCAAW Weekly” highlights the notable events of the week. Check out the milestones, surprises, best games and outstanding performances for games played through Sunday, Jan. 22:
1/22/2023: Aliyah Boston of the No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks reached first place in program double-doubles (73). She had 13 points and 14 rebounds in a 92-46 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks. In the game, the Gamecocks had a plus-57 rebounding margin. They had never had a rebounding margin that large before. They hauled in 74 rebounds, which had never been done before by them in an SEC game.
￼Total dominance: South Carolina’s +57 rebound margin vs. Arkansas (74-17) is the highest by a Division I team against any opponent in the past 20 seasons
— Alexa Philippou (@alexaphilippou) January 22, 2023
1/18/2023: Monika Czinano of the No. 10 Iowa Hawkeyes made 11-of-11 shots from the floor. Nobody in Hawkeye history has ever shot 100 percent with that many makes in a game. In the same game, Czinano reached third place in program scoring. She had 22 points in the 84-81 overtime win over the Michigan State Spartans to give her 2,104 for her career.
1/19/2023: Kiara Fisher finished with 44 points, six assists and two steals:
1/22/2023: Former Boston College Eagle Carolyn Swords’ number was retired by BC. The Eagles fell to the Clemson Tigers 67-57.
1/19/2023: Angel Reese of the No. 4 LSU Tigers reached 19 straight double-doubles. Only Sylvia Fowles has also done that for LSU women’s basketball. Fowles’ streak ended at 19. The Tigers defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 79-76 with Reese accumulating 30 points, 19 rebounds and three assists.
1/19/2023: The No. 15 North Carolina Tar Heels defeated the No. 16 Duke Blue Devils 61-56. They had never won over a ranked NC State Wolfpack team and a ranked Duke team in consecutive games. At the game, the Heels hosted over 1,500 in their student section, breaking a program record.