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The UCLA Bruins looked to redeem themselves today against the Washington State Cougars. After losing to Washington State in Pullman in early January, the Bruins had a lot to prove. They did just that after comfortably defeating the Cougars, 67-48. With today’s game being the last home game of the . . . Read More
Dawn Staley said it before she left. Missouri’s defense would resemble Syracuse’s. Just like Syracuse did in last year’s Sweet 16, that defense beat South Carolina. The Tigers stunned the No. 6 Gamecocks 62-60 on Sunday, seriously denting their hopes for a fourth straight SEC regular-season champ. . . Read More
Redshirt senior guard Precious Hall and redshirt junior forward Amber Porter accounted for all but one of the Dukes' 21 points in the fourth quarter. Hall finished the day with 25 points, including 10 made free throws (10-12), and Porter posted 18 points with a perfect 10-for-10 day at the charity. . . Read More
Despite a season-high 23 points from Adrienne Motley, the No. 16/17 Miami women's basketball team dropped an 83-70 decision Sunday afternoon at No. 13/14 Duke.. . . Read More
Senior Jessica Jackson scored 18 points but a big fourth quarter run was too much for the University of Arkansas women’s basketball team to overcome against Tennessee in Knoxville on Sunday.. . . Read More
TAMPA, Fla. -- The 25th-ranked Temple women's basketball team grabbed a huge road win on Sunday afternoon, topping #22 USF, 77-71. The win improves Temple to 21-5 overall, 11-2 in The American, as the cherry and white take a two-game lead over the Bulls for second place in the conference. USF falls. . . Read More
Sabrina Lozada-Cabbage collected her first double-double of the season with a career-high 13 points and 17 rebounds to lead Wichita State to a 76-69 win Sunday afternoon at Bradley. The Shockers had five in double-figure scoring with Lozada-Cabbage, as Angiee Tompkins . . . Read More
Vanderbilt women's basketball won its second game in its past three tries on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Gym after defeating Ole Miss by a score of 85-67. The Commodores held a 58-56 advantage heading into the fourth quarter, then darted out to a 13-0 scoring run in the first four minutes . . . Read More

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