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2019 Schedule
2-1, 1st in SEC
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S. Carolina falls out of top 10; Irish remain No. 1

South Carolina fell out of the top 10 in Monday's AP women's basketball poll after being ranked that high for the past 89 consecutive weeks dating back to Jan. 6, 2014. It was the third-longest active streak behind UConn and Notre Dame.

Gamecocks topped by Terps in top-10 clash (0:30)
No. 10 South Carolina holds off Clemson (2:25)
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6dSusie Arth

A-to-Z guide to signing week

Four top-10 prospects are expected to shake up the NCAA early signing period for women's basketball.

South Carolina pushing the tempo on offense (2:57)
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37dMechelle Voepel

A'ja Wilson grows her game and brand in 2018

In college and the WNBA, A'ja Wilson ranked among the best in 2018. Now she's expanding her endorsement portfolio, joining Mountain Dew's campaign.

AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis

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.

AP Photo/Sean Rayford

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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221dMatt 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.

AP Photo/Sean Rayford

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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224dMechelle 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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228dMechelle 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)