She helped lead the Bulls to their first NCAA tournament win and the Sweet 16 last season. Now the senior guard is back, and last week scored a school-record 43 points.
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Gonzaga remains No. 1, and UAB moves to No. 2, but Ohio, Central Michigan, Buffalo and Toledo give the poll plenty of Mid-American flavor.
Neither South Carolina nor UConn was perfect in its Sweet 16 win, but why look back now? The Monday showdown between the defending champion and the pre-eminent program is something to truly look forward to.
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Cinderella had a great story. @UBwomenshoops has a better tale of "ONENESS" and sisterhood. They tell us why they have amazing chemistry.
Buffalo coach Felisha Legette-Jack and Central Michigan coach Sue Guevara discuss their Sweet 16 runs in the latest Around the Rim podcast with LaChina Robinson. Plus, WNBA champ Candace Parker helps preview the regional semifinals.
LaChina Robinson delves into the mid-majors that are making noise in the NCAAW tourney and chats with University of Buffalo coach Felisha Legette-Jack and Central Michigan's Sue Guevara. Plus, WNBA champion Candace Parker joins to break down the Sweet 16!
A pair of No. 11 seeds brought the #MACtion to the Sweet 16. Can Buffalo and Central Michigan pull off more upsets, or will chalk favor a field that still includes all the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds?
All four No. 1 seeds and each No. 2 seed reached the regional semifinals. Only 16 teams are left. How did they advance to the Sweet 16 -- and what must they do to keep moving along in March?
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.
Talking about parity is tricky on the same day UConn scored nearly 100 points in a half. But No. 12 seed Florida Gulf Coast and 11 seeds Central Michigan, Buffalo and Creighton ensured mid-majors will be represented in the second round.
Hours after Mid-American counterpart Central Michigan pulled off an upset, No. 11 seed Buffalo upended sixth-seeded South Florida. It's the first time since 1996 the MAC has had two teams reach the second round.
The NCAA committee revealed the final eight teams being considered for the last four spots in the bracket. Nebraska didn't make the list. So what does that mean for the rest of the bubble? Charlie Creme lists Minnesota, Rutgers, Buffalo and Creighton as the "last four in." And the Cornhuskers are a No. 9 seed.
The NCAA women's basketball tournament selection committee on Sunday released the final eight teams under consideration for the last four spots in the women's bracket: Buffalo, Creighton, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Purdue, Rutgers, USC and West Virginia.
How did Saturday's eight conference tournament finals impact our latest projection? Six new teams -- Cal State Northridge, Elon, Grambling, Seattle, Stephen F. Austin and Western Kentucky -- joined the field. Rutgers, Buffalo, Creighton and Nebraska are the "last four in."
Buffalo on Saturday: Clutch City
- Men's hoops: Hit game-winning 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds left to secure second straight NCAA tournament appearance
- Women's hoops: Won on a buzzer-beater to secure first NCAA tournament appearance in program history
- NHL: Jack Eichel scored the game-winning OT goal with one second left for the Sabres