Charlie Creme and Mechelle Voepel break down the Sweet 16, including the matchups they're most looking forward to (hint, can UCLA upset UConn?).
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/9W 90-77
- 11/13W 104-67
- 11/17W 106-39
- 11/2325W 84-81
- 11/24L 71-67
- 11/291L 105-71
- 12/2W 92-63
- 12/5W 73-70
- 12/8W 72-58
- 12/16W 83-57
- 12/21W 91-82
- 12/3021L 84-70
- 1/3W 77-71
- 1/7W 71-53
- 1/10L 62-57
- 1/1423W 81-63
- 1/17W 75-61
- 1/20W 94-75
- 1/2314W 72-66
- 1/27W 72-58
- 2/1L 90-81
- 2/3W 81-61
- 2/723W 86-71
- 2/10W 78-52
- 2/14W 88-66
- 2/177W 86-73
- 2/21L 75-73
- 2/25W 74-58
- 3/3W 74-50
- 3/8W 70-61
- 3/9W 72-67
- 3/108W 90-76
- 3/2215W 66-61
- 3/247W 68-52
- 3/303h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Charlie Creme and Mechelle Voepel weigh in on the top takeaways from Sunday and look ahead at what's to come in Monday's NCAA tournament games.
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
- Lady Bears are No. 1 in committee's top 16
- Rutgers' Stringer joins exclusive 1,000-win club
- Iowa's Doyle has broken hand, out 4-6 weeks
A look at the best of Sunday's second-round games in the 2019 women's NCAA tournament.
Iowa senior center Megan Gustafson had never won an NCAA tournament game before this weekend. Now she and the Hawkeyes are headed to the Sweet 16.
Megan Gustafson scored 24 points with 19 rebounds, Makenzie Meyer added 18 points and second-seeded Iowa blew past Missouri 68-52 on Sunday to advance to its second Sweet 16 in five years.
Megan Gustafson scored 30 points with 16 rebounds and second-seeded Iowa narrowly avoided a monumental upset, holding off No. 15 Mercer 66-61 on Friday for its first NCAA Tournament win in four years.
Mercer gave Iowa everything the Hawkeyes could handle. Megan Gustafson gave the NCAA tournament her 13th 30-point game and a record-setting effort.
From teams making their debut to where to look for upsets, we break down the top storylines to track as the 2019 women's tournament tips off Friday.
Baylor's Lauren Cox and Kalani Brown form one of the country's most formidable frontcourts. But Greensboro is loaded with talented post players.
Baylor was named the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament Monday.
Iowa's Megan Gustafson is the espnW player of the year. Mississippi State's Vic Schaefer is coach of the year and Kentucky's Rhyne Howard is freshman of the year.
The nation's leading scorer, the NCAA record holder for triple-doubles and one of UConn's most prolific scorers lead espnW's All-Americans.
Oregon looked poised to climb to a No. 1 seed. Instead, Stanford took home another Pac-12 title -- and Mississippi State ended up on the top line.
The Bulldogs join Baylor, Notre Dame and UConn on the top line. Louisville and Oregon, which both lost Sunday, join Stanford and Iowa as 2-seeds.
Megan Gustafson scored 26 points in the first half and finished with 45 on Sunday to lead No. 10 Iowa past No. 8 Maryland 90-76 for its first Big Ten Tournament title since 2001.
Megan Gustafson had 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead No. 10 Iowa past Rutgers 72-67 in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals Saturday night.
Megan Gustafson scored 30 points and grabbed 17 rebounds Friday to help No. 10 Iowa pull away late for a 70-61 victory over Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.
Megan Gustafson had 34 points and 12 rebounds for her 82nd career double-double in her final regular-season home game and No. 12 Iowa beat Northwestern 74-50 on Sunday.
Megan Gustafson scored 29 points and grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds to lead No. 12 Iowa to a 74-58 win over Nebraska on Monday night.
Bendu Yeaney scored with 3.8 seconds left and blocked a potential game-winning shot to lift Indiana to a 75-73 upset of No. 10 Iowa on Thursday night.