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2018 Schedule
14-6, 5th in ACC
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No. 2 Notre Dame holds on (1:09)
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Davenport leads Miami past No. 14 Duke

Erykah Davenport had 13 points and 14 rebounds and Miami picked up a rare win over Duke, outlasting the No. 14 Blue Devils 51-48 in an Atlantic Coast Conference opener on Sunday.

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Balanced Miami women topple 20th-ranked Kentucky 65-54

Erykah Davenport and Shaneese Bailey made key plays back-to-back late in the game and four players scored in double figures as a balanced Miami upset the No. 20 Kentucky women 65-54 on Sunday, handing the Wildcats a second loss in as many games.

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FSU sweeps Miami (0:50)
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308dWalter 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.

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308dWalter 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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Miami holds off FGCU with last-second basket

Keyona Hayes scored 16 points, including the go-ahead basket inside with 1.5 seconds remaining, and fourth-seeded Miami rallied to beat 13th-seeded Florida Gulf Coast 62-60 in an NCAA Tournament

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313dCharlie 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?

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No. 16 Miami women hold off Virginia 63-52

Adrienne Motley and Jessica Thomas scored 15 points apiece, Keyona Hayes had a double-double and No. 16 Miami held off Virginia 63-52 on Thursday night despite horrendous shooting from the foul l

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No. 17 Miami women hold on against BC 58-51

Laura Cornelius and Jessica Thomas scored 15 points apiece and No. 17 Miami recovered in the closing minutes to hand Boston College its eighth straight loss on Sunday, 58-51.