2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 88-56
- 11/14W 61-38
- 11/18W 62-45
- 11/22L 74-73
- 12/2W 60-49
- 12/3W 65-56
- 12/10W 77-38
- 12/14W 93-52
- 12/19W 62-59
- 12/20W 75-60
- 12/21W 73-54
- 12/27W 73-40
- 12/30W 80-58
- 1/19W 73-70
- 1/620W 66-56
- 1/810W 72-69
- 1/1317L 66-56
- 1/15W 74-60
- 1/20W 70-44
- 1/22W 81-57
- 1/27W 43-40
- 1/29W 67-60
- 2/323W 54-45
- 2/5W 65-57
- 2/10L 70-50
- 2/1215W 68-61
- 2/17W 54-49
- 2/19W 63-49
- 2/248W 50-47
- 2/26W 71-56
- 3/3W 65-49
- 3/415W 63-53
- 3/510L 48-43
- 3/1715W 56-55
- 3/197W 64-52
- 3/253L 66-53
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Ivey Slaughter started swiping to help Florida State discover its best defense from all angles, and the third-seeded Seminoles erased a daunting deficit and ran right into the Stockton Regional f
Florida State eliminated Oregon State, a Final Four team last year, by chipping away not only at the Beavers' lead but also at their rhythm and confidence.
Sydney Wiese scored 13 points in her final career game at Gill Coliseum and second-seeded Oregon State moved on in the NCAA Tournament with a 64-52 second-round victory over No. 7 seed Creighton
The opening day of the NCAA tourney was one of "almosts." A No. 15 seed, a No. 13 and a No. 11 lost by a combined total of six points. It wasn't historic, but it kept us on the edge of our seats.
Breanna Brown scored 12 points and second-seeded Oregon State held off feisty No. 15 seed Long Beach State in the final minute to eke out a 56-55 victory Friday in the first round.
Long Beach State nearly became the first No. 15 seed to beat a 2 seed. Instead, Oregon State, which trailed at halftime and never looked comfortable, survived 56-55 to reach the second round.
Stockton looks primed for big upsets more than any of the other three corners of the bracket as question marks surround the region's top seeds. Can South Carolina overcome Alaina Coates' absence?
West Virginia's stunning upset of Baylor gave everything new form after Monday's games wrapped up. The result? A better, more balanced bracket -- after sliding Baylor to the top seed in Stockton.
Which teams benefited most from the opening weekend of Champ Week? With four of the Power 5 conference tournaments already wrapped up, there were some clear winners and losers.
The Cardinal are poised. They are resilient. They can play some great defense. And they don't have to win pretty to win gritty. Sunday's Pac-12 title-game victory over Oregon State proved that.
Alanna Smith scored 18 points, Karlie Samuelson added 14 and No. 10 Stanford overcame an early 13-point deficit to beat No. 6 Oregon State 48-43 and win the Pac-12 Tournament championship Sunday
In what arguably has been the most competitive season in Pac-12 history, the two teams with veteran leadership and poise under pressure will play for the title (ESPN2, 9 p.m. ET).
Sydney Wiese hit two 3-pointers in the closing minutes, her first baskets of the second half, and finished with 19 points to help No. 6 Oregon State hold off No. 15 UCLA 63-53 in the Pac-12 semif
Sydney Wiese scored 26 points and No. 6 Oregon State rolled into the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals with a 65-49 win over California on Friday.
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.
UConn remains the No. 1 team in The Associated Press women's basketball poll, while the rest of the top five were shuffled Monday.
With a thin, unimpressive bubble this season, which teams have the most to gain or lose during Championship Week? Mississippi State, Oregon State, Ohio State and Auburn are looking to elevate.
Sydney Wiese scored 19 points and No. 10 Oregon State clinched the Pac-12 regular season title outright with a 71-56 win over California on Sunday.
Marie Gulich made a go-ahead layup with 14.4 seconds left and No. 10 Oregon State clinched a share of the Pac-12 regular season title with a 50-47 victory over No. 8 Stanford on Friday night.
Sydney Weise scored 14 points, including four 3-pointers, grabbed seven rebounds and had two steals on Sunday and No. 11 Oregon State used a 19-2 run to beat Utah 63-49 for its third win in a row
Sydney Wiese had 14 points, Kolbie Orum added 10 and No. 11 Oregon State used a late push to get past Colorado 54-49 on Friday night.
Kobie Orum and Mikayla Pivec each scored 12 points and No. 9 Oregon State rebounded from a loss to unranked USC on Friday with a 68-61 victory over No. 15 UCLA on Sunday.
Sadie Edwards scored 17 points, Courtney Jaco had 15 and Southern California upset No. 9 Oregon State 70-50 on Friday night, snapping the Beavers' seven-game winning streak.
UConn, which has won 97 consecutive games, remains the overall No. 1 as projected by the NCAA women's basketball committee in the latest top-16 reveal. NC State and DePaul joined the list.