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Bria Holmes led the way as West Virginia used its height and speed to pull away from Princeton 74-65 in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament.
While it might not be a surprise that President Obama is picking UConn to win the women's title, he does have a shocker to crash the Final Four in Indy.
Women's teams that will dance ... barely
Selection Monday was kind to these bubble teams, the final four to make the field:
- St. Bonaventure
Other than a curious but explainable placement of Notre Dame in Lexington and South Carolina in Sioux Falls, the NCAA selection committee left little room for criticism.
With its relatively easy path to the Final Four, UConn is the big winner. A tournament lacking Duke, North Carolina and NC State makes Tobacco Road the biggest loser.
What better way to get ready for the first round than to read up on every team in the field? Charlie Creme has everything you need to know about all 64 squads in the NCAA tournament bracket.
The Ivy League will no longer be the only Division I conference without a conference tournament, as it announced that a four-team bracket to determine its NCAA tournament bid will start in 2017.
Anna Ross scored 18 points and Michelle Nwokedi added 17 to help Penn beat Princeton 62-60 on Tuesday night for the Ivy League championship and the conference's bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Tennessee is up to a No. 6 seed, four Pac-12 teams remain projected early-round hosts, and the "last four in" welcomed a new team, giving the Ivy two representatives.
Ameryst Alston scored 27 points and Kelsey Mitchell added 25 to help No. 10 Ohio State beat Princeton 90-70 on Friday night.
Army, Idaho and Wright State broke into this week's top 10, but the Flyers maintain the No. 1 spot in Graham Hays' latest mid-major poll.
Without injured star Whitney Knight for the time being, Florida Gulf Coast fell out of the top spot and all the way out of the top 10. Unbeaten Dayton takes over at No. 1.
Fans had mid-majors to thank for much of the fun in the 2015 NCAA tourney. With perhaps the deepest collection of viable mid-major teams of the past decade, this year could be even better.
Princeton's Blake Dietrick capped her basketball career with a 31-1 season before turning toward lacrosse. But after some favorable feedback, Dietrick redirected her attention to the WNBA draft.
UConn is still celebrating its national championship, but it's never too early to start looking ahead to next season, right? Charlie Creme weighs in with his Top 25.
Princeton point guard Blake Dietrick won't play lacrosse for the Tigers this spring, and instead will concentrate on preparing for the WNBA draft next month.
Princeton falls to Maryland
The Tigers' dream of a perfect season came to an end in the second round of the NCAA tournament against one-seed Maryland with an 85-70 loss. Laurin Mincy scored 27 points and the Terps used a 15-0 run early in the second half to pull away. Recap
Maryland celebrates with Obama cutout
After Maryland ousted previously unbeaten Princeton in the second round of the NCAA women's tournament, the Terrapins celebrated with a cutout of President Barack Obama, whose niece plays for the Tigers.
Laurin Mincy scored 27 points, and top-seeded Maryland used a second-half blitz to knock off previously unbeaten Princeton 85-70 Monday night and advance to the Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA tournament.
A threat against President Barack Obama's niece, a player on Princeton's women's basketball team, prompted increased security at the Tigers' NCAA Tournament game at Maryland on Monday night, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Obama's niece threatened
A man with a gun in his possession was reported on the Maryland campus today by a woman that connected him with Princeton's Leslie Robinson, the niece of President Barack Obama. Security was increased for the game, including undercover officers near the Tigers' bench.