The perfect season is over for Duke. Ashley Key hit the go-ahead jumper with 1:19 remaining and No. 24 North Carolina State (23-8) gave top-ranked Duke (30-1) its first loss, a stunning 70-65 defeat in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Saturday in Greensboro, N.C. No. 11 LSU 63, No. 2 Tennessee 54: Sylvia Fowles scored 19 points for the Lady Tigers (26-6) in a Southeastern Conference tournament semifinal victory over the Lady Vols (28-3) in Duluth, Ga. No. 4 North Carolina 78, No. 6 Maryland 72: LaToya Pringle hit the go-ahead basket with 1:36 left to lead the TarHeels (29-3) past the Terrapins (27-5) in the ACC tournament semifinals. No. 7 Stanford 65, Arizona 55: Candice Wiggins scored 16 points to lead the Cardinal (26-4) into the Pacific-10 Conference tournament semifinals in San Jose. No. 8 George Washington 61, Dayton 45: Jessica Adair scored 14 points for the Colonials (26-2) in the Atlantic10 tournament quarterfinals in Cincinnati. No. 13 Vanderbilt 81, No. 10 Georgia 56: Christina Wirth scored 21 points for the Commodores (26-5) in a victory over the Bulldogs (25-6) to advance to the Southeastern Conference championship. No. 17 Middle Tennessee79, South Alabama 52: Chrissy Givens scored 24points to lead the Blue Raiders (27-3) in the quarterfinals of the Sun Belt Conference tournament in Lafayette, La. No. 20 Louisville 68, St.John’s 54: Angel McCoughtry scored 15 points to lead the Cardinals (25-6) in the Big East tournament in Hartford, Conn. No. 21 Wisconsin-Green Bay 58, Illinois-Chicago 45: Nicole Soulis had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead the visiting Phoenix (25-3, 16-0), who became the first Horizon League team to finish a season unbeaten in conference play since Notre Dame went 16-0 in 1989-90. No. 25 California 63, Oregon 51: Devanei Hampton had 21 points and the Golden Bears (23-7) moved into the Pac-10 tournament semifinals. Southeast Missouri 62, Murray State 60: Lachelle Lyles’ layup with 6.5 seconds left lifted the Redhawks (24-7) to a victory in the championship game of the Ohio Valley Conference women’s basketball tournament in Nashville and a NCAA tournament berth. Chattanooga 84, Western Carolina 66: Alex Anderson scored 30 points for the Lady Mocs (25-7) in North Charleston, S.C., to win their sixth Southern Conference title in seven years and head back to the NCAA Tournament. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!