2017 ScheduleAll times ET
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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
In addition to the appointment of Marianne Vydra as the interim athletics director, Oregon State announced a committee to help find the permanent successor to Todd Stansbury. Former Beavers running back and NFL all-pro running back Steven Jackson will be one of several members on the committee, which will also include baseball coach Pat Casey, women's gymnastics coach Tanya Chaplin, basketball player Stephen Thompson Jr., and Vydra. Former Big 12 commissioner Kevin Weiberg and Jeff Schemmel, the president of College Sports Solutions, will serve as the search firm, the school said.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
Marianne Vydra will serve as the interim athletics director at Oregon State, the school announced Wednesday. She will officially take over for departing AD Todd Stansbury on Nov. 4. Stansbury announced last week he accepted the same role at Georgia Tech. Vydra was also the school's interim AD in 2015 and has worked there since 1992.
For the fourth straight year, two teams from the former Big East Conference will play for the national championship. In its first title game, Syracuse will try to pull off the upset of the ages.
Katie Lou Samuelson lost for the second half (and Tuesday's title game)? Breanna Stewart in early foul trouble? UConn's underclassmen stepped in when needed, looking at home in the Final Four.
Breanna Stewart had a slow start and UConn lost Katie Lou Samuelson to injury. But it was business as usual for Morgan Tuck, who led the Huskies to the title game with 21 points.
UConn routed Oregon State 80-51 on Sunday in the women's Final Four.
UConn rolls to fourth straight title game
Morgan Tuck led the way with 21 points, and Breanna Stewart added 16, as the Huskies shot 56.7% for the easy 80-51 win over 2-seed Oregon State. UConn has now won 74 straight and will play for its 11th national title Tuesday. Box score
Morgan Tuck scored 21 points to lead UConn back to the national title game. Despite a slow start, Breanna Stewart finished with 16 points, but Katie Lou Samuelson was hurt and out for Tuesday.
UConn one quarter away from title game
Breanna Stewart had 10 points in the third quarter, including this 3-pointer, as UConn leads Oregon State 64-41 entering the fourth quarter. (Live on ESPN)
Stewart finding touch in 3rd quarter
After being held to just 2 points in the first half, UConn's Breanna Stewart already has 5 in the third quarter, including this 3-pointer, as the Huskies continue to lead Oregon State by double digits. (Live on ESPN)
UConn leads Oregon State by 21 at half
The Huskies might be on their way to a fourth straight national title game, as Morgan Tuck has scored a game-high 16 and UConn has the 47-26 edge at halftime. (Live on ESPN)
UConn leads Oregon State by 9 after 1st
Morgan Tuck scored 13 points for the Huskies, including this 3-pointer, but the Beavers scored the last 6 points of the quarter, and UConn leads 26-17 after the first quarter in the first national women's semi. (Live on ESPN)
Tuck off to hot start for UConn
With Breanna Stewart dealing with two early fouls, Morgan Tuck has picked up the slack for UConn with 10 early points, including this 3-pointer. (Live on ESPN)
Watch: UConn-Oregon State in women's semi
Top-ranked Connecticut looks to reach its 11th NCAA title game and fourth in a row, putting its 73-game win streak on the line against an Oregon State team making its first Final Four appearance. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN