Record-breaking round

The second round of the women's NCAA tournament got under way Monday, as eight teams earned their way into the Sweet 16. The night was packed with plenty of record-breaking performances, as well as a No. 11 seed overtaking a No. 3 seed. In the NBA, the Celtics handed the Knicks their ninth loss since New York acquired Carmelo Anthony. Here's what else you missed last night.

Updated: March 22, 2011, 7:45 PM ET
By Whitney Holtzman

Women's college basketball: Half of the teams advancing to the Sweet 16 were decided Monday night. There were two upsets on the night. The most major came as UCLA, a No. 3 seed, fell to 11th-seeded Gonzaga 89-75. Zags' senior Courtney Vandersloot had 29 points and 17 assists on the night, becoming the first player in NCAA Division I history, man or woman, to earn 2,000 points and 1,000 assists in her career. In the other upset, No. 5 seed UNC defeated No. 4 seed Kentucky 86-74.

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