Ames, Iowa Iowa State's Angie Welle scored so often and so easily against her shorter defenders that she almost felt sorry for them.
Welle dominated inside against with 20 points and 11 rebounds as No. 7 Iowa State shrugged off a slow start to beat Texas-Pan American 91-59 Thursday night.
With no one taller than 6 feet, Texas-Pan American (3-6) had no answer for the 6-4 Welle, who made her first six shots, beat the Lady Broncos down the floor for layups and finished 8-of-10 while playing only 22 minutes.
"Sometimes in that situation I feel bad for the team," said Welle.
No. 1 UConn 92, Holy Cross 32
Storrs, Conn. Swin Cash scored 16 points as Connecticut cruised. Asjha Jones and Svetlana Abrosimova each had 13 points for UConn (6-0).
No. 12 Louisiana Tech 83, No. 14 Mississippi State 65
Ruston, La. Ayana Walker had 12 points, eight rebounds and five blocked shots.
No. 18 SW Mo. St. 101, Iowa 87
Springfield, Mo. Jackie Stiles scored 39 points.
No. 23 Vanderbilt 89,
W. Kentucky 58
Nashville, Tenn. Zuzana Klimesova scored 21 points to lead Vanderbilt over WKU.