Syracuse, UCLA and South Carolina -- even on a day in which the Gamecocks were upset -- were the big winners in Friday's conference tournament games.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 94-43
- 11/9W 81-60
- 11/11W 75-62
- 11/1519W 63-55
- 11/18L 75-52
- 11/23W 82-68
- 11/25W 73-61
- 11/29L 74-63
- 12/2W 73-58
- 12/9W 78-38
- 12/16W 71-53
- 12/20W 90-65
- 12/21W 101-74
- 12/28W 103-54
- 12/30L 90-80
- 1/3W 68-61
- 1/6W 72-57
- 1/10L 76-67
- 1/17W 58-50
- 1/20W 76-68
- 1/2313W 84-71
- 1/27W 76-73
- 1/3124L 62-58
- 2/3W 72-59
- 2/74W 72-65
- 2/10W 65-51
- 2/172W 79-73
- 2/21L 73-65
- 2/2422W 64-54
- 2/28W 69-56
- 3/310L 70-68
- 3/818L 92-85
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Quarterfinal upsets proved costly Friday for the Beavers and Gamecocks, whose losses helped Syracuse and Miami both climb to No. 3 seeds.
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After topping fellow projected 4-seed Miami in the ACC quarters, the Orange were placed closer to home in Albany, while the Canes shift to Portland.
Tiana Mangakahia had 25 points plus 13 assists and No. 18 Syracuse made an ACC Tournament-record 14 3-pointers to beat No. 16 Miami 92-85 on Friday in a quarterfinal.
Senior DD Rogers scored a career-high 21 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, helping No. 10 North Carolina State top No. 15 Miami 70-68 on Sunday.
Beatrice Mompremier picked up her 22nd double-double with 22 points and 16 rebounds Thursday night and No. 15 Miami rolled to a 69-56 win over Georgia Tech, which was playing its first game after coach MaChelle Joseph was suspended.
Mykea Gray had eight of her 19 points in the fourth quarter, including a clutch jumper with 1 1/2 minutes left followed by a big steal, and No. 14 Miami turned back No. 22 Florida State 64-54 on Sunday, ending a nine-game regular-season losing streak...
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.
Emese Hof scored 25 points to help No. 20 Miami beat No. 2 Louisville 79-73 on Sunday.
The Miami Hurricanes knocked off their second top-5 team in 10 days with a win over No. 2 Louisville, and Emese Hof is a big reason why.
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.
The South Dakota Coyotes are ranked for the first time in program history, entering this week's Associated Press women's basketball poll at No. 25.
Beatrice Mompremier scored 23 points with 13 rebounds and No. 25 Miami kept Pitt winless in the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 65-51 victory on Sunday.
A second loss in as many weeks drops the Irish to a No. 2 seed, making way for UConn to return to the top line. But what about Mississippi State?
Emese Hof and Beatrice Mompremier had double-doubles for the No. 25-ranked Miami Hurricanes, who applied smothering defense to beat No. 4 Notre Dame 72-65 on Thursday night.
Kiah Gillespie scored 18 of her 20 points in the second half and No. 24 Florida State held off Miami 62-58 on Thursday night.
Emese Hof scored 21 points, Laura Cornelius and Beatrice Mompremier had double-doubles and Miami upset No. 13 Syracuse on Wednesday night.
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.
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.
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?