Rice finds itself in the Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history while Baylor remains No. 1.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 100-69
- 11/9W 73-60
- 11/14W 59-47
- 11/18L 86-74
- 11/22W 83-49
- 11/2317W 71-69
- 11/24L 85-75
- 11/29L 76-69
- 12/2L 85-73
- 12/5W 82-55
- 12/14W 83-62
- 12/18W 71-50
- 12/20L 86-81
- 12/28W 85-63
- 1/33L 73-66
- 1/6L 64-63
- 1/1312L 90-77
- 1/17W 84-61
- 1/20L 76-68
- 1/24W 81-69
- 1/271W 78-73
- 1/31W 91-90
- 2/37W 64-51
- 2/7L 85-69
- 2/10W 70-64
- 2/14L 91-78
- 2/17W 70-53
- 2/21h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/249h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
UNC is proof that big wins help the résumé more than bad losses hurt. But remember to go beyond head-to-head comparisons for UConn and Notre Dame.
- Rice ranked for first time ever; Baylor still No. 1
- Top-ranked Irish place 5 on Wooden watch list
- Tar Heels say Walker, Watts will both redshirt
- UConn's Auriemma fastest in D-I to 1,000 wins
Stephanie Watts scored 20 points to help North Carolina upset No. 7 North Carolina State 64-51 on Sunday, handing the first loss to the nation's last unbeaten team.
UNC, UCLA, Arkansas and Tennessee are the last four in, while Notre Dame (Greensboro), Baylor (Chicago) and Louisville (Portland) swapped regions.
Senior guard Paris Kea scored 30 points and had 10 assists to help the Tar Heels stun top-ranked Notre Dame 78-73 on Sunday.
Paris Kea scored a season-high 30 points to help North Carolina stun No. 1 Notre Dame 78-73 on Sunday.
Five of the 30 players on the Wooden Award preseason list come from top-ranked, defending champion Notre Dame.
The Tar Heels land a rebounder supreme in 2019 prospect Malu Tshitenge-Mutombo,
North Carolina junior guards Destinee Walker and Stephanie Watts, neither of whom has played this season after suffering knee injuries late last season, will redshirt this season, the school announced Tuesday.
UNC Assistant Coach Sylvia Crawley and Mystics PG Ivory Latta weigh in on Sylvia Hatchell's 1K win, talk about her kindheartedness and share memories of their time playing for Hatchell.
North Carolina Coach Sylvia Hatchell dishes on her 1,000th career win, talks about her relationship with Pat Summitt, the impact of her personal battles on her coaching career and more.
LaChina Robinson celebrates the 1,000 win milestones of UConn's Geno & UNC's Sylvia Hatchell by chatting with Coach Hatchell herself, plus we hear from the coaches' former players: Sue Bird, Swin Cash, Ivory Latta, and Sylvia Crawley.
The 1,000-wins club welcomed two new members on Tuesday, when Geno Auriemma reached the milestone with No. 1 UConn's rout of Oklahoma and fellow Hall of Famer Sylvia Hatchell pulled off the feat earlier in the day with UNC topping Grambling State.
Sylvia Hatchell became just the fourth Div. I basketball coach to win 1,000 games. But with Tuesday's victory, the Tar Heels (10-2) have won eight straight games and again have an eye on the postseason after missing the NCAA tournament the past two years.
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma and North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell both reached 1,000 career wins Tuesday.