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2019 Schedule
22-6, 3rd in ACC
13h

Virginia Tech upsets No. 14 Miami women 73-65

Taylor Emery scored 24 points and Aisha Sheppard added 17, including the go-ahead 3-pointer, and Virginia Tech upset No. 14 Miami 73-65 on Thursday night, ending a string of 15 straight losses to the Hurricanes.

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11dMechelle Voepel

Lady Bears are No. 1 in committee's top 16

Baylor was awarded the top overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball selection committee's first reveal of the top 16 overall seeds for the tournament. The Lady Bears are joined by fellow No. 1 seeds Louisville, Oregon and Mississippi State.

Emese Hof's reverse layup helps seal Miami's upset (0:34)
Quinnipiac goes up five after and-1 layup (0:27)
No. 2 Notre Dame holds on (1:09)
FSU sweeps Miami (0:50)
AP Photo/Lynne Sladky
703dWalter Villa

Quinnipiac rides good omen and great shooting

First it was Marquette. Then Miami. Now 12th-seeded Quinnipiac looks to continue its unlikely run against top-seeded South Carolina in the Sweet 16.

AP Photo/Lynne Sladky
704dWalter Villa

12th-seeded Quinnipiac into Sweet 16

Clinging to a slim lead, Quinnipiac found itself in big foul trouble on the Hurricanes' home court. But the Bobcats bailed themselves out with 15 3-pointers to advance to their first Sweet 16.

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709dCharlie Creme

Women's NCAA tournament: Breaking down Stockton Regional

Stockton looks primed for big upsets more than any of the other three corners of the bracket as question marks surround the region's top seeds. Can South Carolina overcome Alaina Coates' absence?

Miami hands Virginia Tech its first loss (0:50)
Notre Dame rolls past Miami on the road (0:58)
Florida State tops Miami for 12th straight win (0:54)
Miami cruises past Coppin State (0:41)
Miami coasts to eighth victory (1:11)
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Athletes tackle Trump's 'locker room' defense

Donald Trump's characterization of his taped comments about women as "locker room talk" has raised the ire of some athletes, while others say they routinely hear profane and degrading remarks.