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2017 Schedule
28-7, 1st in Big Ten
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Notre Dame tops Ohio State in Sweet 16 (0:58)
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10hGraham Hays

Confident stars carry Irish, Cardinal to Elite Eight

Notre Dame's Arike Ogunbowale and Stanford's Erica McCall never doubted their abilities -- or that of their teammates -- to win, despite a tough week for the two consistent powerhouses.

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Voepel, Hays & Robinson on Notre Dame

LaChina Robinson, Mechelle Voepel and Graham Hays discuss the Lexington Region of the Women's NCAAW Tournament, Brianna Turner's ACL injury and Notre Dame's chances without their star forward.

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Ohio State pulls away late to top Kentucky (0:56)
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6dGraham Hays

Harper beats former team, Buckeyes advance

Linnae Harper has never really opened up about why she transferred from Kentucky to Ohio State. She's focused on the present and the future, which has the Buckeyes in the Sweet 16.

6dGraham Hays

Ohio State eliminates Kentucky to reach Sweet 16

Ohio State dictated the pace and jumped to just enough of an early lead to hold off Kentucky as it rallied in the second half. The 5-seed Buckeyes advanced, while the Wildcats again lost at home.

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7dGraham Hays

UK, OSU advance -- but Belmont leaves lasting impression

The first round in Lexington, Kentucky, will be remembered for wins that set up a Kentucky-Ohio State showdown of regional powers that rarely meet. But even in a loss, Belmont was unforgettable.

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Ohio St. holds off late W. Kentucky charge

Kelsey Mitchell and Asia Doss each scored 15 points, Shayla Cooper grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds and Ohio State withstood a late charge from Western Kentucky for a 70-63 victory on Friday in

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8dGraham Hays

Defense helps drive Buckeyes to second round

Kelsey Mitchell made just five field goals, but with a defense that held Western Kentucky to just 29 percent shooting, fifth-seeded Ohio State advanced to the second round, where Kentucky awaits.

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Ohio State uses offense and defense for five quick points (0:36)
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15dMechelle Voepel

Trio of Huskies headline espnW All-America first team

Washington's Kelsey Plum and South Carolina's A'ja Wilson joined UConn's Napheesa Collier, Katie Lou Samuelson and Gabby Williams on the first team. A Maryland duo helped make up the second team.

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17dCharlie Creme

Ohio State reclaims final host seed

Another major conference championship game, another change in the bracket. Marquette's upset of DePaul in the Big East championship paved the way for Ohio State to return to the top-16 seeds.

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Bracketology: Purdue in, Auburn out

In reaching the Big Ten final, Purdue played itself into the NCAA tournament -- and helped bumped Ohio State to a No. 5 seed. DePaul replaced the Buckeyes as a host in our latest projection through Saturday's games.

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24dMechelle Voepel

Competitive tourneys help tip off Championship Week

With as many as eight ACC and SEC teams possibly headed to the NCAA tournament, the Power 5 conference tournaments -- all of which crown champs Sunday and Monday -- promise to be competitive.

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Mitchell spurs Ohio State in upset win over Maryland (1:04)
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Call 'em the Ohio State Dead-eyes

The 12th-ranked Buckeyes hit from all over the court during the first half of their 98-87 win over No. 2 Maryland on Monday night. It was the most points that Ohio State has scored in a Big Ten game this season, their sixth time over 90.