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2017 Schedule
15-4, 1st in Summit
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29dGraham Hays

Gonzaga takes over top spot in espnW mid-major rankings

With three victories against power conference schools, Gonzaga climbed to No. 1 in espnW's mid-major poll. Two new teams -- South Dakota and Harvard -- joined the top 10.

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43dGraham Hays

Green Bay takes over top spot in espnW mid-major rankings

Thought we were done talking about a 1-vs.-2 showdown? Not so fast. Green Bay and South Dakota State, the top teams in espnW's mid-major poll, clash Friday. Five new teams joined the top 10.

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58dGraham Hays

Drexel makes debut in mid-major poll

South Dakota State remains on top, but Gonzaga jumps six spots to No. 2 after its first win in program history over Stanford. Drexel, which upset Syracuse, and three other teams join the top 10.

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79dGraham Hays

South Dakota State tops mid-major preseason poll

How competitive is women's basketball outside of the Power 5 conferences? The two mid-major teams that met in last season's WNIT final aren't even in our preseason rankings.

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304dMichelle Smith

Gritty Stanford ekes way to Sweet 16

This season's Stanford team isn't as dominant as it had been in the past, but the Cardinal's grit has led them to the Sweet 16, where they will meet top-seeded Notre Dame.

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Stanford rallies to advance to Sweet 16 (0:54)
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Breakdown of Stanford's thrilling comeback (1:57)
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Stanford survives on 3-point play with 8.2 to go

Lili Thompson made a go-ahead 3-point play with 8.2 seconds left, and Erica McCall delivered a big block moments later to lift No. 4 seed Stanford to its ninth straight Sweet 16.

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South Dakota State's upset bid denied

The Jackrabbits had a chance to be the fourth 12-seed in women's NCAA tournament history to make the Sweet 16, but their potential game-winning shot was blocked by Stanford.

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Tara VanDerveer and Lili Thompson Postgame Interview (2:42)
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South Dakota State's upset bid denied

The Jackrabbits had a chance to be the fourth 12-seed in women's NCAA tournament history to make the Sweet 16, but their potential game-winning shot was blocked by Stanford.

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304dMichelle Smith

Smith: How Stanford rallied past South Dakota State

Lili Thompson converted a three-point play with 8.2 seconds left to send the Cardinal past South Dakota State and into its ninth straight Sweet 16. Four Pac-12 teams reached the regional semis.

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306dMichelle Smith

Smith: How South Dakota State stunned Miami

For the second day in a row, a No. 12 seed upset a No. 5 seed, as South Dakota State jumped ahead early and hung on to beat Miami in Stanford's Maples Pavilion.

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306dMichelle Smith

Cardinal, Jackrabbits find Maples magic

It might have been a night of nostalgia for Stanford, which beat a very familiar foe in Jennifer Azzi in the first round, but South Dakota State was living in the moment with its huge upset.

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306dMichelle Smith

Jackrabbits jump at chance to face Stanford

South Dakota State, which plays Stanford on the Cardinal's home court Monday, has taken on some of the country's best programs and built a solid NCAA résumé over most of the past decade.

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306dGraham Hays

Quick Dish: Five observations from Day 2

From another No. 12 seed's huge upset to the Pac-12's perfect 5-0 start, Graham Hays recaps everything you need to know from Day 2 of the NCAA tournament -- including some disappointing showings.

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S. Dakota St. survives ugly finish to upset Miami

Despite 22 turnovers and poor shooting late at the line, No. 12 seed South Dakota State was able to hang on and stun fifth-seeded Miami 74-71 in the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday.

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President shocks with FSU but picks UConn title

While it might not be a surprise that President Obama is picking UConn to win the women's title, he does have a shocker to crash the Final Four in Indy.

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South Dakota St. tops South Dakota in Summit League final (1:20)
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Miller leads Jackrabbits back to NCAA Tournament (0:44)
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393dGraham Hays

Green Bay takes over top spot in mid-major poll

As the year nears an end, a third No. 1 ascends in Graham Hays' latest mid-major rankings. Florida Gulf Coast, Gonzaga, Duquesne and South Dakota join the top 10.