Five Pac-12 teams are among the top-16 seeds, South Carolina is an 8-seed and mid-majors are making waves in our first projection of 2018-19.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/9W 79-54
- 11/14W 89-33
- 11/17W 89-56
- 11/22W 74-60
- 11/2313W 70-68
- 11/241L 91-81
- 12/1W 100-46
- 12/9W 82-31
- 12/14W 93-45
- 12/15L 76-70
- 12/20W 71-57
- 12/29W 92-52
- 1/4W 76-69
- 1/6W 78-67
- 1/11W 83-73
- 1/13W 76-52
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Coach Scott Rueck has rebuilt the basketball program at Oregon State. Now he's putting it in the hands of redshirt sophomore guard Destiny Slocum.
Scott Rueck lands a recruit who will bring even more size to the Oregon State roster.
Stars Asia Durr and Myisha Hines-Allen did their part, combining for 34 points. But Louisville is headed to the Final Four after executing a defensive game plan perfectly tailored to take away Oregon State's strengths.
A No. 1 seed for the first time, Louisville is the first team to punch its ticket to Columbus. The Cardinals, who are making their third Final Four appearance, forced No. 6 seed Oregon State into 17 turnovers and limited Marie Gulich to 14 points.
Just three years ago, all four No. 1 seeds reached the Final Four. Will chalk hold all the way to Columbus, or will there be upsets in the Elite Eight? Oregon, not defending-champion South Carolina, might be the No. 2 seed that shakes things up.
Five years ago, Louisville pulled off one of the greatest upsets in women's NCAA tournament history. But on Sunday in the Elite Eight, the top-seeded Cardinals are the favorite against a team that is on a roll.
Allison Williams ESPN Reporter
Check out the arm on this one! With @BeaverWBB Mikayla Pivec, who can hurl a 🏀 and javelin!
Oregon State notched a historic win in the second round. Friday was even more impressive. After three cross-country flights and squeezing in finals on campus, the Beavers kept it simple in bouncing second-seeded Baylor out of the Sweet 16.
After winning on the road in the second round, Oregon State is right at home in the Lexington Regional. The sixth-seeded Beavers upset No. 2 seed Baylor in the Sweet 16, snapping the Lady Bears' 30-game winning streak.
Allison Williams ESPN Reporter
Before taking the court @BeaverWBB yells this German saying in locker room. Led by their German Sr C Marie Gulich...best part is she won't tell them what they're saying! Beavers battle Baylor Bears Friday night in Lexington 7:00pm ESPN2
How well 6-foot-5 Marie Gülich plays 6-7 Kalani Brown on Friday (ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET) will likely determine whether Oregon State -- in the Sweet 16 for the third season in a row just a decade removed from oblivion -- can beat Baylor in the regional semis.
The Beavers became the first team to beat the Lady Vols on their home court in the history of the women's NCAA tournament -- not by playing the game of their lives but by playing like themselves for three quarters.
Oregon State's first win over Tennessee sent the Beavers to the Sweet 16 -- but also marked the first time in program history that Tennessee missed the Sweet 16 in back-to-back seasons, and the Lady Vols' first home loss in 58 NCAA tournament games.
While senior Marie Gulich led No. 6 Oregon State with 29 points and 15 rebounds, sophomores Mikayla Pivec and Kat Tudor were just as instrumental in leading the Beavers to a matchup against No. 3 Tennessee.
Can Kelsey Mitchell and Ohio State make it to the Final Four in Columbus? Is top-seeded Louisville in the toughest region? Is Texas' Brooke McCarty the next Morgan William? And what are the best games and players to see in the early rounds?
There was a time when German native Marie Gülich didn't know what "March Madness" meant. Now a senior who has savored the chance to play college basketball and continued to elevate Oregon State, Gülich leads the No. 10 Beavers into the postseason.
Oregon State has banned a fan for two women's home games because of derogatory comments directed toward a USC player following a women's game on Feb. 18
The Mercer Bears are back in the AP Top 25 for the first time in 38 years, thanks in part to their current 24-game winning streak.