2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
3-0, 1st in Pac-12
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19dDan Olson

No. 2 junior Cameron Brink picks Stanford

Stanford lands the Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year, a state champion, a USA Basketball gold medalist and a Steph Curry pal all in one.

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231d

Central Valley wins Geico Nationals title

Behind 26 points from Lexie Hull, Central Valley completed its undefeated season with an upset of Hamilton Heights Christian in the final of the GEICO High School Basketball Nationals.

Louisville's Durr: 'We played great as a team' (1:10)
Defense leads to offense for Cardinals (0:15)
Stanford misses eight shot attempts on one possession (0:41)
Louisville beats shot clock with clutch 3 (0:25)
Stanford players fall down trying for rebound (0:16)
243d

Stanford reaches 11th straight Sweet 16, beats FGCU

Alanna Smith scored 28 points with four 3-pointers, Brittany McPhee added 17 points and nine rebounds and No. 4 seed Stanford is headed back to the Lexington Regional for a third straight March after beating scrappy 12th-seeded Florida Gulf Coast...

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243dMichelle Smith

Win puts Stanford in 11th straight Sweet 16

After a shaky start to the season, in which a scheduling conflict prevented the Cardinal from facing the Cardinals in the opening weekend, Stanford never lost confidence and will now face the Lexington Regional's top seed in the Sweet 16.

Stanford's Williams hustles for great assist (0:35)
245d

Stanford women overmatch Gonzaga in NCAA first round win

Alanna Smith scored 20 points, freshman Kiana Williams made a sensational women's NCAA Tournament debut, and No. 4 seed Stanford beat cold-shooting Gonzaga 82-68 in the first round of the Lexington Regional on Saturday.

Fight for loose ball ends with Stanford and-1 (0:42)
Oregon cruises past Stanford for first Pac-12 title (0:57)

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

What a night for Oregon, which backed up the Pac-12 regular-season title by winning the Pac-12 Tournament for the first time in program history. The Ducks pulled away from defending champion Stanford in the second half, winning 77-57 behind a career-high 36 points from Pac-12 Tournament MVP Sabrina Ionescu. Ionescu broke Candice Wiggins' record of 30 points in a Pac-12 Tournament championship game as Oregon avenged one of its two losses from conference play, both of which came with starter Lexi Bando sidelined by injury.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Pac-12 Tournament championship game has been a showcase for conference Player of the Year Sabrina Ionescu, whose 28 points through three quarters are two shy of Candice Wiggins' championship game record. Behind Ionescu's scoring, Oregon leads Stanford 54-43 and is 10 minutes away from following up a regular-season championship with the first Pac-12 Tournament title in program history.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon is 29-4 largely on the strength of its offense, ranked fourth in per-possession scoring according to HerHoopStats.com. Despite 17 points from star Sabrina Ionescu, the Ducks hold a 31-24 lead over Stanford at halftime of the Pac-12 Tournament championship game largely on the strength of their defense. The Cardinal turned the ball over 10 times in the first half, including as many turnovers as points (seven apiece) in the second quarter.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Pac-12 Player of the Year Sabrina Ionescu has already made her presence felt in the Pac-12 Tournament championship game, scoring 12 points in the first quarter as Oregon rallied from an early seven-point deficit to take an 18-12 lead after one period. Stanford started 6-of-7 from the field, but the Cardinal missed eight of their next nine shots.

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258dMichelle Smith

Ionescu, Oregon dethrone Stanford for Pac-12 tourney title

Playing in their first Pac-12 tournament title game, the Ducks looked nothing like newbies. They looked like a team that might be able to get used to this, and sophomore soon-to-be-All-American Sabrina Ionescu put on a show with 36 points.