With Tamika Catchings retired and moved to the front office, Briann January is left as Indiana's longest-tenured active player. And no one is more ready for an expanded leadership role.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 76-40
- 11/13W 82-37
- 11/19L 75-63
- 11/256L 83-42
- 11/26W 54-41
- 12/3W 71-42
- 12/4W 69-63
- 12/1115W 73-71
- 12/13W 69-48
- 12/17W 79-52
- 12/21W 63-33
- 12/3013L 64-57
- 1/121W 72-62
- 1/6W 66-44
- 1/8W 71-52
- 1/13W 68-49
- 1/158L 65-54
- 1/20W 54-45
- 1/2210L 66-56
- 1/2713L 69-60
- 1/29L 65-50
- 2/311L 54-45
- 2/5W 68-63
- 2/10W 61-58
- 2/1210L 70-57
- 2/17L 62-58
- 2/19W 67-54
- 2/24W 69-62
- 2/2615L 55-52
- 3/2W 72-54
- 3/315L 77-68
- 3/179W 73-61
- 3/191L 71-68
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Former Arizona State star Briann January will join the Sun Devils as a women's assistant coach, the school announced Wednesday. She will also continue playing for the WNBA's Indiana Fever.
A'ja Wilson scored 21 points, including the put back that gave South Carolina the lead for good and the free throws that sealed it, to help the No. 1 seed Gamecocks beat eight-seed Arizona State
Quinn Dornstauder scored 16 points to lead No. 8 seed Arizona State to a 73-61 win over ninth-seeded Michigan State on Friday night.
Jordin Canada scored 24 points, Nicole Kornet scored 12 of her 16 points in the first half, and No. 15 UCLA used a huge first quarter to beat Arizona State 77-68 in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterf
Quinn Dornstauder scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and fifth-seeded Arizona State beat No. 12 seed Utah 72-54 on Thursday in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament.
Kennedy Burke scored 16 points with nine rebounds, Jordan Canada had 12 with eight boards and eight assists and No. 15 UCLA held off Arizona State 55-52 on Sunday in the regular-season finale.
National scoring leader Kelsey Plum had 29 points, Chantel Osahor added 18 points and 18 rebounds, and No. 10 Washington beat No. 23 Arizona State 70-57 on Sunday night.
Sophie Brunner's putback gave No. 23 Arizona State the lead and Sabrina Haines added four points in the final 1:10 to lift the Sun Devils to a 61-58 victory over Washington State on Friday night.
Sophie Bruner scored 17 points and No. 23 Arizona State used a 7-0 surge in the middle of the fourth quarter to end a four-game losing streak with a 68-63 win over Oregon on Sunday.
Marie Gulich had 18 points and 10 rebounds, teammate Sydney Wiese added 16 points in her final "hometown" appearance as a collegian and No. 11 Oregon State beat No. 23 Arizona State 54-45 on Frid
Geno Auriemma's UConn Huskies remain the unanimous No.1 in the AP poll after beating East Carolina and Houston by a combined 96 points last week.
With help from Arizona State's three consecutive losses, DePaul replaced the Sun Devils as a host in Charlie Creme's latest 64-team projection. Washington remained a No. 2 seed -- but got shifted into UConn's region.
Last week we saw how much the selection committee values strength of schedule. And the Big Ten hasn't given Maryland any opportunity to make up ground the way teams in the ACC and SEC can.
Sadie Edwards scored 17 points, Kristen Simon added 16 plus 11 rebounds and USC surged in the second half to overtake No. 16 Arizona State for a 65-50 win Sunday.
Jordin Canada scored 26 points to lead No. 13 UCLA to a 69-60 win over No. 16 Arizona State on Friday night.
In the NCAA women's basketball committee's early reveal of the top 16 seeds, unbeaten Connecticut, riding a 93-game winning streak, is the No. 1 overall seed.
Erica McCall scored 18 points and No. 10 Stanford kept hold of a share of the Pac-12 lead, earning Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer career victory No. 997 in a 66-56 win against 18th-ranked Ari
Sophie Brunner had 14 points and 10 rebounds on Friday night and hit the 3-pointer that sparked a late run for No. 18 Arizona State to pull away from California 54-45.
The Sun Devils fizzled late last season with an early exit from the NCAA tourney. A couple tough losses and injuries slowed this season's start. But now they might be peaking at the right time.
Kelsey Plum snapped out of an off shooting night to score 15 points in the fourth quarter and No. 8 Washington pulled away to beat No. 19 Arizona State 65-54 on Sunday night.
Washington State freshman Cameron Fernandez hit her head on the court, was treated by emergency personnel and taken off by stretcher to a hospital Friday during a 68-49 loss to No. 19 Arizona Sta
Sophie Brunner scored 16 points, Quinn Dornstauder added 13 more while hauling in 12 rebounds and No. 19 Arizona State rolled to a 71-52 win over Colorado on Sunday.