Who deserves top seeds in women's basketball?
Charlie Creme, Andy Landers and Nell Fortner break down the tournament prospects for teams like Ohio State and Tennessee.
Play4Kay honors memory of late NC State coach Kay Yow.
Play4Kay raises awareness for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, which is committed to women's cancer research. In partnership with the V Foundation and the WBCA, the initiative has helped to provide more than $5 million to support women's cancer research.
NC State cruises past Wake Forest.
No. 25 NC State improves to 21-6 with a 74-61 victory over Wake Forest.
Great ball movement by UConn leads to triple.
The Huskies pass the ball eight times before Katie Lou Samuelson gets it and knocks down a 3-pointer from the top of the key in the first quarter.
Remembering Chameka Scott
As the women's basketball world honors Kay Yow during the 12th annual Play4Kay event, those who knew her best also pay tribute to former Baylor star Chameka Scott. Like Yow, Scott lost her battle with cancer, but had an infectious aura and impacted many.
Don't tell Davidson's Robinson the sky is falling -- she's OK
Andrea Robinson is apt to repeat "I'm OK" whether discussing a skinned knee, a frustrating physics class -- or a cancer diagnosis. And it's a mindset that drives the Davidson sophomore forward as she undergoes treatment and awaits a marrow transplant.
Special season unfolding for Schaefer, MSU.
Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer talks about clinching their first share of the SEC regular-season title.
Oregon tops USC in 2OT.
Ruthy Hebard sets an NCAA record by making 30 consecutive field goals and leads Oregon past USC in a thrilling 80-74 double overtime win.
Tide top No. 11 Lady Vols for first time in Knoxville.
Alabama limits UT to 20 percent shooting from the 3-point line and wins 72-63 to earn the program's first victory at Tennessee.
Curry: Tide's historic win another first for seniors.
Crimson Tide head coach Kristy Curry joins SEC Now to discuss Bama's first-ever win in Knoxville and how the team executed throughout the game.
From basketball royalty, Megan McConnell counters taunts with toughness
She's a sophomore starter who averages nearly 19 points per game for Chartiers Valley High School. And if you can't tell by her game that she comes from basketball royalty, opposing fans and players will make sure to let you know.
What's next for Team USA's backcourt?
After helping USA Basketball win two Olympic gold medals, Lindsay Whalen has retired from international ball. What does that mean for Team USA's backcourt, and which guards might be poised to make the roster for this fall's World Cup?
Picture this: 6-foot-5 Elena Delle Donne in a bobsled
Brittney Griner on a snowboard? Skylar Diggins-Smith as a curler? Elena Delle Donne in a bobsled? What Winter Games events do the members of the USA Basketball women's national team player pool fantasize about pursuing? Diana Taurasi is all about hockey.
Schaefer vs. Cannizaro: Who's the better shooter?
MSU baseball head coach Andy Cannizaro challenges senior guard Blair Schaefer in a 3-point contest and a game of PIG to see who takes home the title.
UConn makes quick work of No. 4 Louisville
It was expected to be a highly competitive game between a pair of top-five teams. It was practically over after the first quarter. Behind a standard UConn display of pouncing with full force from tipoff, the Huskies had no trouble beating Louisville.
UConn uses hot start to beat Louisville.
The No. 1 Huskies go on a 19-0 run in the first quarter and cruise to a 69-58 win over the No. 4 Cardinals.
espnW 25 Power Rankings: Lining up for crunch time
Things are quiet -- very quiet -- in the espnW 25 Power Rankings as some teams conclude their regular seasons and others go deep into playoffs.
Bracketology: Bruins climb, Gamecocks fall
While UCLA jumped to a No. 2 seed, defending national champion South Carolina dropped to a No. 3 in Charlie Creme's latest projection. NC State and Stanford joined the top 16 teams. UConn, Louisville, Mississippi State and Notre Dame remain No. 1 seeds.
Bracketology's biggest challenge: Identifying the top 16 seeds
The most perplexing part of producing Bracketology each week has been which teams should constitute the all-important top-16 seeds. Here's why NC State and Stanford moved into the group this week and Ohio State and Texas A&M fell out.
USF's Laksa is espnW's player of the week
In upstaging one of the country's top scoring threats, Kitija Laksa hit eight 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 41 points to lead South Florida to an upset of No. 13 Ohio State.
Dailey: 'I just feel fortunate.'
UConn's associate head coach Chris Dailey describes what it means to be a 2018 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame inductee.
Charles, Smith urge fans to follow Liberty to White Plains
After an offseason in limbo, the New York Liberty will play most of their 2018 home games at Westchester County Center in White Plains, New York. Former MVP Tina Charles and coach Katie Smith hope fans show up, despite significant travel challenges.
Baylor dominates Oklahoma State.
Kalani Brown has a commanding performance with 20 points and 23 rebounds as the No. 3 Lady Bears beat the No. 21 Cowgirls 87-45.
King James is king of Wakanda as NBA/WNBA players meet their Marvel matches
Who you got for Spider-Man? Stephen or Kyrie?
Iowa's Gustafson plays for two
Megan Gustafson always followed older sister Emily's lead on the basketball court. But while Emily's career was curtailed by concussions, Megan has grown into an All-American candidate for resurgent Iowa -- and plays for the sister she still looks up to.
Green Bay returns to top of mid-major rankings
February has arrived, which typically means one thing in espnW's mid-major rankings: Green Bay is back at No. 1.
Painful plaque motivates Kaelynn Satterfield
Kaelynn Satterfield, daughter of former NBA player Kenny Satterfield, has helped lead Christ the King to another epic season. For the star junior, the success all started with a loss.
Around the Rim
Texas A&M's Anriel Howard and Chennedy Carter stop by Around the Rim, and host LaChina Robinson also speaks with Bentley coach Barbara Stevens, who recently joined the 1,000-win club.
Bulldogs staying humble, hungry on road to tournament.
Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer joins The Paul Finebaum Show to reflect on his team's mindset and expectations for the 24-0 Bulldogs.
Mississippi State sends message with win in title game rematch
First UConn. Now South Carolina. And after Mississippi State ended its 11-game losing streak against the Gamecocks on Monday, there isn't anybody left the Bulldogs can't beat.
Huge fourth quarter lifts Mississippi State past South Carolina.
The No. 2 Bulldogs enter the fourth quarter losing but outscore the No. 7 Gamecocks 28-9 and win 67-53 to remain unbeaten.
Schaefer thanks sold-out crowd.
Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer acknowledges fans after the Bulldogs defeat the Gamecocks 67-53 on Monday night.
Auriemma and Nurse sing 'Fly, Eagles, Fly.'
Geno Auriemma and Kia Nurse show their support for the Philadelphia Eagles by singing their fight song, Nurse being the niece of former Eagles' quarterback Donovan McNabb.
Minneapolis Musts with Lindsay Whalen - Final Stop, Hewing Hotel.
Lindsay Whalen of the Minnesota Lynx and Sarah Spain cap off their Minneapolis tour in the North Loop telling tales of titles and partying with Prince, not to mention much talk of ice bars, smelt, pancakes and game... blouses.
Minneapolis Musts with Lindsay Whalen: Penny's Downtown.
Lindsay Whalen of the Minnesota Lynx takes Sarah Spain on a tour of Minneapolis, stopping first at her favorite coffee spot. The two discuss Whalen being a hometown hero, how the city is gearing up for the Super Bowl, and yes, rooftop ice fishing.
UConn dominates South Carolina.
In a matchup of top-10 teams, Kia Nurse and Katie Lou Samuelson combine to score 43 points as No. 1 Connecticut routs No. 7 South Carolina 83-58.
UConn crushes South Carolina in top-10 matchup
On paper, it was perennial power versus defending champ. But for as solid as UConn played on the road Thursday, the Huskies' 83-58 rout of South Carolina looked more like just another conference blowout for the nation's top-ranked team.
Ohio State belongs among the top 16 seeds
Despite Tennessee's recent 1-3 stretch, there's no question the Lady Vols belong among the top 16 seeds right now. But it's hard to see Ohio State -- which has nearly better numbers across the board -- omitted from the NCAA committee's second reveal.
Creme surprised by SEC teams in rankings.
ESPN Women's Basketball Bracketologist Charlie Creme is surprised to see SEC teams such as Tennessee ranked so high in the last women's tournament rankings.
Auriemma: Staley put in 'daunting' situation
UConn coach Geno Auriemma said the controversy between South Carolina and Missouri put Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley in a "daunting" position in having to deal with a problem coaches don't often face.
A name, a game and many options for Loyal McQueen
It's tempting to draw conclusions after learning that her name is Loyal, she lives in South Carolina, she attends Wilson High School and she's a lefty. But standout point guard and star student Loyal McQueen has a whole bunch of options to choose from.
Williams putting finishing touches on stellar UConn career
With a diverse skill set, Gabby Williams routinely stuffs the stat sheet. And though the senior will leave UConn as one of the program's top all-around players, the defensive standout takes the most pride in the things that don't show up in the box score.
Chiney Ogwumike: A letter to my family
The WNBA All-Star and first-generation Nigerian-American on how basketball helped her define her identity.
Maya Moore: A Pioneering Spirit
The Lynx forward is as fearless and captivating off the court as she is on it.
Stringer closing in on 1,000 wins.
As C. Vivian Stringer approaches 1,000 career victories, we look back on the best moments in her inspirational career in basketball.
UConn hadn't lost since November 2014, winning an NCAA-record 111 straight games that included two NCAA titles and a 38-0 season in 2015-16. Mississippi State snapped the historic run Friday.
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