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2018 Schedule
2nd in SEC
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59d

Mizzou AD apologizes to Staley after settlement

Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk tendered an apology to South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley after a settlement was reached in their defamation lawsuit.

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65d

Staley says Cuevas-Moore won't transfer to WVU

Although West Virginia announced over a month ago that South Carolina guard Bianca Cuevas-Moore was joining the Mountaineers as a transfer, Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley said Friday that Cuevas-Moore won't transfer after all.

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100dMatt Eisenberg

Dawn Staley's memorable gift to A'ja Wilson

Dawn Staley gifted a special T-shirt to A'ja Wilson when she was picked No. 1 overall in Thursday's WNBA draft. The story behind it is even more amazing.

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102d

South Carolina's Cuevas-Moore joins WVU

South Carolina's Bianca Cuevas-Moore, a reserve guard on the Gamecocks' 2017 national champions, will finish her career at West Virginia.

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103dMechelle Voepel

WNBA mock draft: Projecting all three rounds

Will the Aces make South Carolina's A'ja Wilson the overall No. 1 as predicted? Who will the Sky draft with back-to-back picks? And where will Diamond DeShields land?

A'ja's Second Act (2:09)
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107dMechelle Voepel

S.C.'s Wilson adds Wooden Award to accolades

South Carolina guard A'ja Wilson was named the John R. Wooden Award winner Friday, making her the consensus national player of the year in women's college basketball.

South Carolina's Wilson wins Wooden award (1:33)
112d

Stewie & A'ja on winning a title, WNBA, more

Four-time NCAA Champion Breanna Stewart and 2017 NCAA Champion A'ja Wilson discuss the pros and cons of playing for legendary coaches, what winning the National Championship feels like and answers questions from fans during the live show.

112d

Wilson on winning national awards and WNBA

Naismith Player of the Year A’ja Wilson talks about potentially being the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft, staying grounded, winning several national awards and much more.

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113d

Around the Rim: Live at the Final Four

During a live presentation of Around the Rim, A'ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart and Briann January chat with hosts LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby.

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114d

Ionescu, Hebard among position award winners

Oregon Ducks standouts Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard were among five players earning awards as the top players at their respective positions.

South Carolina's Wilson wins Wade Trophy (1:46)
South Carolina's Wilson wins Wade Trophy (3:31)
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115dMechelle Voepel

Gamecocks' A'ja Wilson wins Wade Trophy

South Carolina's A'ja Wilson collected the Wade Trophy as women's college basketball player of the year. She is expected to be an early pick in the WNBA draft.

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115d

Gamecocks' Wilson named AP player of year

A'ja Wilson became the first player from South Carolina to be named The Associated Press women's college basketball player of the year. She averaged 22.6 points and 11.8 rebounds per game.

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118dCharlie Creme

Hot-handed Dangerfield leads Huskies to 11th straight Final Four

Crystal Dangerfield hit all five of her 3-point attempts in the first half to help UConn pull away from South Carolina. Now the Huskies, who routed the defending NCAA champions 94-65, are headed to their NCAA-record 19th Final Four appearance.

UConn cruises against South Carolina, onto 11th straight Final Four (1:17)