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2017 Schedule
130d

Sharp shooting spurs Cardinals past Mocs

Asia Durr scored 27 points to lead fourth-seeded Louisville to an 82-62 victory over Chattanooga in the first round of the NCAA Women's Tournament on Saturday.

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139d

Mid-major upsets shake up Bracketology

Losses by the favorites in the Mid-American and Mountain West tournaments caused plenty of shifts, and paved the way for a few mid-majors -- including Chattanooga and Quinnipiac -- to move up on the board.

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Allen's triple-double leads Notre Dame to victory (0:53)
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UConn trounces Chattanooga for 80th straight win (0:49)
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Nurse drains the 3 as UConn extends lead (0:23)
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267dGraham Hays

South Dakota State tops mid-major preseason poll

How competitive is women's basketball outside of the Power 5 conferences? The two mid-major teams that met in last season's WNIT final aren't even in our preseason rankings.

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495d

Vivians' big 2nd half leads MSU over Chattanooga

Victoria Vivians scored 13 of her 19 points in the second half, and fifth-seeded Mississippi State beat No. 12 Chattanooga 60-50 on Friday in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament.

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495d

Bridgeport Region preview: Chasing UConn

UConn is the overwhelming favorite. But it's not the only defending champion in Bridgeport, a place where -- Mechelle Voepel reminds us -- the Huskies once lost in a regional.

507d

Chattanooga women win 4th straight SoCon title

Queen Alford scored 17 points, Jasmine Joyner had a double-double and Chattanooga used a late 9-0 run to defeat Mercer 65-57 on Sunday for their fourth straight Southern Conference women's basket

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507d

Watch live: SoCon final

Chattanooga faces Mercer in the Southern championship game with an NCAA tournament berth on the line.

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604dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: How UConn stays motivated

UConn is 4-0, winning by an average margin of more than 40 points. But the Huskies know that every time they take the floor, new fans might be watching -- and UConn can help grow the game.

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No. 1 UConn routs Chattanooga 79-31

The Huskies improved to 4-0 by outscoring the Lady Mocs 42-8 in the second half, including this sequence, in which Gabby Williams scored followed by a Napheesa Collier steal and layup.