Rice finds itself in the Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history while Baylor remains No. 1.
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Alanna Smith hit a layup with three seconds left to lift No. 10 Stanford over USC 69-67 on Sunday.
Alanna Smith scored 22 points, and No. 10 Stanford rebounded from its worst loss under coach Tara VanDerveer with a 65-51 victory over UCLA on Friday night.
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.
Baylor, UConn, Louisville and Oregon are No. 1 seeds, with Marquette, Mississippi State, Notre Dame and Stanford on the 2-line.
The Ducks hadn't won at Maples Pavilion since 1987. They ended the streak Sunday, handing Stanford's Tara VanDerveer the worst loss of her career.
Sabrina Ionescu had 27 points, nine rebounds and eight assists, and No. 3 Oregon ran its NCAA-best winning streak to 16 games by running away from 11th-ranked Stanford 88-48 on Sunday to snap a 29-game losing streak at Maples Pavilion.
Kiana Williams scored 16 of her 18 points in the first half, leading No. 11 Stanford past No. 7 Oregon State 61-44 Friday night.
Kiana Williams and DiJonai Carrington each scored 19 points and No. 8 Stanford beat California 75-50 on Saturday, less than 48 hours after losing to the Bears.
Asha Thomas made a left-handed layup at the buzzer, lifting California to a dramatic 81-80 win over No. 8 Stanford on Thursday night.
Baylor is No. 1 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll for the first time nearly six years.
Erika Bean scored 23 points and a hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with a minute left to lift No. 21 Utah over No. 6 Stanford 75-68 on Sunday.
Alanna Smith scored 26 points and No. 6 Stanford rallied to beat Colorado 80-69 on Friday night.
Four high school stars from Ohio will head south to Atlanta for the annual showcase. But Dawn Staley and Tara VanDerveer should pay extra close attention.
No. 1 prospect Haley Jones leads three Stanford recruits to be named to the McDonald's All American Games, while Maori Davenport did not make the team.
Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer won her 900th game in 33 seasons at Stanford as her sixth-ranked Cardinal beat Washington State 85-64 on Sunday.
Alanna Smith scored 11 of her 27 points in the third period and also grabbed 13 rebounds as No. 6 Stanford beat cold-shooting Washington 91-54 on Friday night for its 19th straight home victory.
Regis Jesuit senior Fran Belibi took her dunking prowess to new heights on Saturday.
UConn, Notre Dame, Louisville and Oregon are top seeds in our latest projection. NC State, Baylor, Stanford and Mississippi State are No. 2 seeds.
As the conference season opens, we don't have to wait long for one of the most enticing games: Asia Durr and No. 3 Louisville face No. 2 Notre Dame.
Cameron Brink and Haley Jones are former and future teammates. But Brink's Southridge toppled Jones and defending champion Archbishop Mitty at the Nike Tournament of Champions.
The Stanford signee is surrounded by talent, some headed for the same final destination, at the annual Phoenix showcase.