Katie Lou Samuelson scored 19 points and No. 2 UConn opened its quest for a 12th national title on Sunday with an 85-53 rout of Ohio State.
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Freshmen Beatriz Jordao had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Sydni Harvey scored 16, leading No. 22 South Florida to a 71-47 romp over Ohio State in the season opener for both teams Tuesday night.
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Presley Hudson scored 28 points and No. 11 seed Central Michigan stunned No. 3 Ohio State 95-78 on Monday night to earn the school's first ever trip to the Sweet 16.
The Sweet 16 has two double-digit Cinderellas after No. 11 seeds Buffalo and Central Michigan won Monday. The Bulls, who beat Florida State on the Seminoles' court, and Chippewas are the first pair of 11-seeds or lower to reach the Sweet 16 since 2012.
On a night when Ohio State's Kelsey Mitchell moved into second on the NCAA all-time scoring list, Central Michigan pulled off the upset to make its first Sweet 16 and keep the Buckeyes from potentially reaching the Final Four in their own backyard.
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After upset win for CMU's first tournament victory...forward Renya Frost is spotted in team hotel studying and eating brain food (broccoli). 2nd round game vs Ohio State is Monday 6:30 PM on ESPN2
Stephanie Mavunga scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as third-seeded Ohio State routed No. 14 George Washington 87-45 on Saturday to advance in the women's NCAA Tournament.
Kelsey Mitchell needs just 31 points to take over second on the NCAA's career scoring list and could challenge for the top spot if she can lead the Buckeyes back to Columbus for the Final Four. But she'll have to adjust to the spotlight to get there.
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South Carolina's A'ja Wilson, the espnW player of the year, joined UConn's Katie Lou Samuelson and Gabby Williams, Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu and Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan. In all, 15 players were honored on our first, second and third teams.
George Washington, Louisville, Mercer, Ohio State, Oregon and South Carolina punched their tickets Sunday. Charlie Creme's updated projection included only minor movement, with no new teams joining the 64-team field, and Minnesota, Creighton, Rutgers and Southern Cal still the "last four in."
Kelsey Mitchell scored 25 points and No. 13 Ohio State beat 17th-ranked Maryland 79-69 on Sunday night to win the Big Ten women's basketball tournament.
Kelsey Mitchell scored 30 points, Stephanie Mavunga had 26 points, a Big Ten Conference Tournament record 21 rebounds and seven blocks, and No. 13 Ohio State used a late run to edge fourth-seeded Minnesota 90-88 in a semifinal game on Saturday.
AAC Player of the Year Katie Lou Samuelson was among the three UConn players named to the final 15 up for consideration for the women's basketball Wooden Award.
Kelsey Mitchell scored 22 points, Stephanie Mavunga added 18 and No. 13 Ohio State cruised into the Big Ten Conference Tournament semifinals for the fifth straight year with an 82-57 quarterfinal win over Rutgers on Friday.
Maryland and NC State each dropped to No. 5 seeds, and Ohio State and Duke jumped to the 4-seed line, in Charlie Creme's updated bracket projection. Selection Monday is two weeks away.