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The incomparable Southeastern Conference advanced its top two women’s basketball teams to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA eliminations in home games. Two more will attempted to qualify and failed.No. 7 Miss. State (30-4) 92, No. 19 DePaul 71 in StarkVegas for the Oklahoma City RegionalThe. . . Read More
In as entertaining a game as they have produced all season, the Huskies routed visiting Oklahoma 108-82 in an NCAA tournament second-round game and in essence sent a thank-you note to fans for their support.. . . Read More
Precocious Syracuse freshman Gabby Cooper finds humor in her seating selection during last year's national title game even almost a year later.As a native of Lansing, Illinois, it was an easy decision for Cooper's family to buy tickets to the 2016 Final Four after Syracuse punched their ticket.. . . Read More
Saniya Chong joined fellow senior Tierney Lawlor as part of the emotional Senior Day festivities before she played her final regular-season home game at Gampel Pavilion.There will be such ceremonies before tomorrow night's game as Chong will play at Gampel Pavilion for the final time as a Husky. If. . . Read More
Down to business. The traditional round of 32 is now set in the NCAA eliminations.The mighty Southeastern Conference has six participants, the top four playing Sunday for spots in the Sweet 16. Three of the matchups have both teams nationally ranked. Here’s what happened. . . Read More
DURHAM, N.C.  – In 1990 when Virginia reached the Women’s Final Four in Knoxville the first time, courtesy of an overtime upset of Tennessee depriving the Lady Vols of personally hosting the event, the Cavaliers got quickly bounced by eventual winner Stanford. . . Read More
Geno Auriemma questioned whether junior guard Kia Nurse would even be at 100 percent for the rest of the season on the night that the pairings were announced.Well, I'm not sure if she is 100 percent or not but she certainly looked as healthy as she has been since she injured her right ankle against. . . Read More
After two appearances in the last three seasons, Penn Is back in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament again as the Ivy champion and the first time achieving the the Quakers’ dance ticket on back-to-back performances and of course the first time doing it the way 31. . . Read More



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