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2019 Schedule
1st in MVC
Aggies' Carter shines in NCAA tournament debut (1:40)
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Carter helps Texas A&M beat Drake 89-76

Freshman Chennedy Carter scored 26 points, powering No. 4 Texas A&M to an 89-76 victory over 13th-seed Drake on Friday in the opening round of the women's NCAA Tournament.

Williams' triple sets new Texas A&M record (0:24)
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Drake women repeat win over N Iowa for repeat MVC title

Nicole Miller, Sara Rhine and Maddy Dean, all reserves, each scored in double figures and top-seeded Drake won its second straight Missouri Valley Conference Tournament and NCAA berth on Sunday with a 75-63 win over third-seeded Northern Iowa.

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582dMechelle Voepel

No. 2 seed Stanford has date with host K-State

The Pac-12 gymnastics championship forced Stanford to hit the road for the NCAA tournament, and after fending off upset-minded New Mexico State, the Cardinal meet K-State on its home floor.

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Kansas State eases by Drake to advance

Breanna Lewis had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Kindred Wesemann added 16 points and seventh-seeded Kansas State beat No. 10 seed Drake 67-54 on Saturday in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.

Drake wins MVC tournament (1:10)
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606dGraham Hays

Seniors Wendell, Ingle making lasting impact at Drake

Lizzy Wendell and Caitlin Ingle have been as successful as any senior class in the country. All that's missing is an NCAA tournament, but the duo is working on getting No. 21 Drake back.

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No. 25 Drake women roll to 14th straight win

Brenni Rose make four 3-pointers scored 14 points and No. 25 Drake defeated Indiana State 64-45 on Friday night in the Bulldogs' first game since making it into the Top 25 for the first time in o

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614dGraham Hays

Drake is new No. 1 in espnW mid-major poll

Several mid-major teams are close to wrapping up unbeaten conference seasons, including Missouri Valley leader Drake, which replaces Green Bay in the top spot of our mid-major rankings.

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UConn still No. 1; Drake enters women's poll

UConn remained No. 1 in The Associated Press women's basketball poll Monday, while Drake joined the rankings for the first time since 2001.

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629dGraham Hays

Rams, Dukes break into espnW mid-major poll

For the first time this season, little changed at the top of Graham Hays' mid-major rankings. But while the top four stayed the same, Colorado State landed at No. 6 and James Madison at No. 9.