Napheesa Collier scored 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and top-ranked Connecticut routed Memphis 93-36 Wednesday to remain undefeated.
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Gabby Williams scored 20 points, making all 10 of her shots, to lead six UConn players in double figures as the top-ranked Huskies routed Memphis 97-49 in the conference opener for both teams Sunday.
Stephanie Mavunga scored a career-high 35 points and had 16 rebounds to lead No. 9 Ohio State to a 100-69 win over Memphis in the Play4Kay Showcase in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Memphis forward Ashia Jones will miss a second straight season, this time due to knee problems.
Katie Lou Samuelson broke out of a shooting slump on Saturday, scoring 29 points to lead top-ranked UConn to a 91-48 win over Memphis that extended the Huskies record winning streak to 103 games.
Cheyenne Creighton scored 22 points and Breigha Wilder-Cochran made four clutch free throws and Memphis defeated No. 20 South Florida on Sunday night.
The Memphis Lady Tigers announced a two-year extension for head coach Melissa McFerrin on Wednesday.
Maria Jespersen tied her career-high with 26 points, on 11-of-18 shooting, Ariadna Pujol had a double-double and coach Jose Fernandez earned his 300th career win as No. 23 South Florida cruised t
Courtney Williams scored 23 points, Alisia Jenkins had 20 points and 17 rebounds and No. 19 South Florida beat Memphis 97-82 on Sunday.
Memphis outlasted Temple 100-97 in five overtimes Thursday night, only the second game in NCAA Division I women's basketball history to go five overtimes.
Memphis and Temple matched the longest game in NCAA Division I women's basketball history Thursday night, with the Tigers outlasting the Owls 100-97 in five overtimes.
Memphis outlasts Temple in five overtimes
The Tigers scored 50 points in regulation and 50 in the overtime periods to edge the Owls 100-97 in a contest that tied the record for the longest women's game. Brianna Wright scored a career-high 35 points to lift Memphis to its fourth straight win. Stats
Breanna Stewart scored 19 points to lead UConn to an 83-40 rout of Memphis on Saturday, extending the team's winning streak to 57 games and giving the Huskies their 23rd straight 20-win season.
Ariel Hearn scored a career-high 33 points, including two free throws with three seconds left, and grabbed 10 rebounds to help Memphis beat No. 15 South Florida 88-87 in overtime on Wednesday nig
Moriah Jefferson matched her season-high with 21 points, Breanna Stewart had 11 points and eight rebounds and top-ranked UConn beat Memphis 86-46 on Wednesday night.
After falling behind by 14, Memphis scored 31 unanswered points to pull off the upset over No. 13 Ole Miss, which saw its playoff hopes fade away.
Memphis has added one of the nation's most prolific scorers in forward Ashia Jones, who was dismissed from Tennessee Martin's team last month.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 21 points in her final home game to lead top-ranked UConn to an 87-24 rout of Memphis as the Huskies secured their second straight regular-season championship in the American Athletic Conference.
Saniya Chong awakened UConn from lackluster first half to finish with 17 points, Kia Nurse added 18 and the No. 2 Huskies beat Memphis 80-34 on Saturday.
Emmonnie Henderson scored a career-best 19 points, Shoni Schimmel added 18, and No. 4 Louisville beat Memphis 82-66 on Sunday.