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105dMechelle Voepel

Women's Basketball HOF inducts Class of 2016

At Saturday's Women's Basketball Hall of Fame induction, this year's class -- including Natalie Williams and Jackie Stiles -- spoke about the ties that bind everyone in the women's hoops world.

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106dMechelle Voepel

Dual-sport star Williams to be inducted into WBHOF

Disappointed by being left off the U.S. Olympic volleyball team? Just reach the Olympics in another sport. Natalie Williams, one of six Hall of Fame inductees, was that athletically gifted.

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A closer look at the WBHOF Class of 2016

The 2016 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class includes two coaches, two players, one referee and one contributor. Here is a look at the newest members of the Hall.

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182dKatie Barnes

Is Stewart the greatest Husky ever?

This much we know: Breanna Stewart was practically perfect against Mississippi State. Would a fourth straight national title and a fourth most outstanding player award end any doubt?

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Texas holds off UCLA to advance to Elite Eight (0:41)
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UConn vs. Texas Elite Eight Preview (2:16)
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Boyette, Horns rally past UCLA, reach Elite Eight

Imani Boyette had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Texas rallied from a 10-point deficit in the second half to beat UCLA, 72-64. The Horns will face UConn in the regional final.

Texas gets past UCLA in women’s tourney

The 2-seed Longhorns opened the fourth quarter on a 10-0 run and never looked back, beating UCLA 72-64 to move on to the Elite Eight, where they will play heavy tournament favorite UConn. The Bruins were held to 10 points in the final frame. Imani Boyette (Texas) had 18 points and 10 boards. Final stats

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Boyette leads Texas to Elite 8 (1:15)
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183dKatie Barnes

How Texas rallied to roll into Elite Eight

UCLA seemed to have Texas on the ropes at the end of the third quarter. But Imani Boyette and the Longhorns found their groove and sent the second-seeded Longhorns into the Elite Eight.

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Canada connects with a buzzer beater

Jordin Canada ended the third quarter with a buzzer-beating heave that fell. UCLA vs. Texas is on ESPN.

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Interview with Texas Head Coach Karen Aston before the fourth quarter begins (0:39)
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Interview with UCLA Forward Monique Billings at halftime (0:27)
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Interview with UCLA Head Coach Cori Close at the conclusion of the first quarter (0:34)
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187dCharlie Creme

Quick Dish: Welcome to the Sweet 16

The Sweet 16 has a West Coast flavor, but Charlie Creme also takes a look at Texas, top-seeded Notre Dame and the talented Samuelson sisters as we wrap up Day 4 of the women's NCAA tournament.

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South Florida v UCLA Postgame Breakdown (1:51)
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Cori Close and Jordan Canada Postgame Interview (1:41)
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Fields leads UCLA past Hawaii (0:46)
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UCLA holds Hawaii to 13 baskets in opening win

Nirra Fields scored 16 points and Monique Burke added 15 as No. 3 seed UCLA defeated a cold-shooting Hawaii in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament on Saturday.

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Bridgeport Region preview: Chasing UConn

UConn is the overwhelming favorite. But it's not the only defending champion in Bridgeport, a place where -- Mechelle Voepel reminds us -- the Huskies once lost in a regional.

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193dMichelle Smith

Canada, Bruins ready to make noise in Big Dance

A year ago, UCLA had the top freshman class but played the nation's toughest schedule and missed the NCAA tournament. Now the Bruins, with sophomore Jordin Canada leading the way, are back.

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194dMechelle Voepel

Pac-12, SEC have something to prove in tourney

The SEC (nine teams in the field) and Pac-12 (four teams among top-16 seeds) did exactly what they needed to in the regular reason. But now it's all about what happens in March (and maybe April).

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195dMechelle Voepel

UConn should steamroll through Bridgeport Region

How favored is UConn to win its 11th NCAA title? Leonardo-winning-the-Oscar-for-"The Revenant" favored. And it doesn't look like there is a team in the Huskies' region that will stop them.

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202dMichelle Smith

Smith: Beavers look like Final Four-caliber team

Last year, Oregon State had high hopes, too -- but quickly exited the Big Dance. Now the first-time Pac-12 tourney champs are battle-tested and turning last season's weaknesses into strengths.