2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
32-6, 2nd in Pac-12
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Wilson, rebounding key to South Carolina's win (2:34)
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South Carolina advances to title game (1:14)
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South Carolina ousts Stanford to reach final

Allisha Gray scored 18 points, A'ja Wilson had a double-double and South Carolina is going to its first national championship game after beating Stanford 62-53 Friday night in the women's nationa

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87dMechelle Voepel

Gray, Wilson step up to lead Gamecocks

South Carolina finally has a shot at its first NCAA championship thanks to the two players making a lot of big plays, and several players making the little plays.

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According to FiveThirtyEight, South Carolina is a significant favorite over Stanford in the Women's Final Four (7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2/WatchESPN). Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley, however, is 0-5 against the Cardinal as a head coach.

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Nell Yes: SEC stars in Final Four (0:58)
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Previewing Stanford vs. South Carolina (2:33)
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88dMichelle Smith

Staley to take on mentor VanDerveer in Final Four

They've been on opposite sides. They've teamed up to win Olympic gold. On Friday in the national semis, they'll meet as peers when coach Dawn Staley's Gamecocks face Tara VanDerveer's Cardinal.

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Staley, Gamecocks not taking anything for granted (1:51)
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Lawson previews the Final Four and more

ESPN CBB analyst Kara Lawson weighs in on Connecticut's dominance, Morgan William's performance, Stanford's coaching, A'ja Wilson's presence for the Gamecocks and more.

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89dMichelle Smith

Samuelson sisters reunited at Women's Final Four

Stanford senior Karlie Samuelson and sister, Katie Lou, a UConn sophomore, both will be on the court at the Final Four. No matter what happens in Dallas, the Samuelson family will be celebrating.

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90dMechelle Voepel

Final Four coaches share rich history

It may not be six degrees of separation, but the careers of Geno Auriemma, Tara VanDerveer and Dawn Staley intertwine. And Vic Schaefer of Mississippi State has been here before.

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90dCharlie Creme

Why each Final Four team could win it all in Dallas

How did UConn, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Stanford reach Dallas? Who are their emerging stars? What are the keys to reaching Sunday's NCAA final? Our Final Four primer breaks it down.

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90dMechelle Voepel

UConn remains heavy favorite as women's Final Four is set

Mississippi State is in for the first time, South Carolina is back and regulars Stanford and UConn again punched their tickets to the Final Four. But will the ending be the same old, same old?

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Last-second defensive stand sends Stanford to Final Four (1:05)
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Stanford edges Notre Dame for spot in Final Four

Trailing by as many as 16 points, No. 2 seed Stanford got 19 second-half points from Brittany McPhee, and Erica McCall blocked Notre Dame's final shot to help the Cardinal reach the Final Four.