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WNBA Title IX Vignette Kelsey Plum (0:30)
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Washington names Wynn new women's coach

The University of Washington has named Jody Wynn as the new head coach of their women's basketball team, replacing Mike Neighbors, who guided the team to the Final Four in 2016.

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If Markelle Fultz is drafted first overall in June, Washington would become the first school to produce the No. 1 pick in both the NBA and WNBA drafts in the same year.

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Plum: 'Sigh of relief' being selected No. 1 overall (2:38)
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Top pick in WNBA draft advocates for Fultz (0:54)
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Stars make Plum top pick in WNBA draft

The San Antonio Stars, looking for their first winning season since 2012, selected Washington guard Kelsey Plum with the first pick in the WNBA draft Thursday night.

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105dMechelle Voepel

Mock draft: Predicting the WNBA draft's first round

With few players who rate as sure bets to succeed in the league, and with new leadership in place for the teams with the top picks, Thursday's WNBA draft doesn't lend itself to easy predictions.

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106dMechelle Voepel

After Plum, rest of WNBA draft is unpredictable

Chicago's No. 2 pick -- which could be any of three players -- will determine much of Thursday's WNBA draft. And, one of the league's coaches warns, "some first-round picks could get cut."

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Washington's Kelsey Plum becomes the first player in school history to win the John R. Wooden Women's Player of the Year. Plum's 3,527 career points are the most in women's Division I history. Her 1,109 points in 2016-17 are the most in a single D-1 season. (Photo by Ted S. Warren/AP Photo)

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110dMirin Fader

Plum caps prolific season with Wooden Award

Sharpshooter Kelsey Plum, who set the NCAA career scoring record before guiding the Washington Huskies to the Sweet 16, won the John R. Wooden Award on Friday as the nation's top player.

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The Wooden Award will be presented Friday night in Los Angeles as part of ESPN's College Basketball Awards show (8 p.m. ET, ESPN2).

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Washington's Kelsey Plum broke Division I career and single-season scoring records this season. She also set the Pac-12 record for most points in a game (57) this season. She is one of five finalists for the Wooden Award, which will be presented during Friday's awards show. (8 p.m. ET on ESPN2)

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111dMirin Fader

Plum caps college career with Wooden Award

In addition to being AP Player of the Year, AP All-American and the NCAA's career leading scorer, Kelsey Plum capped her college career with the John R. Wooden Award. Up next: the WNBA.

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Plum on winning the AP Player of the Year

WNBA prospect Kelsey Plum weighs in on winning the AP Player of the Year Award and the Naismith Player of the Year Award. Plus, she discusses her declaration for the WNBA, her career at Washington and more.

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Washington's Plum honored as nation's top PG

Washington senior Kelsey Plum was named the 2017 Nancy Lieberman Award winner, which is given to the top point guard in women's college basketball.

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Plum scores POY honor; Auriemma top coach

The Associated Press has named Washington guard Kelsey Plum the top women's basketball player for 2016-17, and UConn's Geno Auriemma the top coach.

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121dMary Ullmer

Wooden Award finalists narrowed to 5 players

The finalists for the John R. Wooden award include UConn's Katie Lou Samuelson and Napheesa Collier, South Carolina's A'ja Wilson, Washington's Kelsey Plum and Ohio St.'s Kelsey Mitchell.

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Schaefer: 'Elite Eight is culmination of hard work' (3:11)
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124dMechelle Voepel

Davis, McCowan dominate Sweet 16 in Oklahoma City

Baylor has relied on Nina Davis for years, and she delivered again Friday. But Mississippi State has a new star in Teaira McCowan, whose breakout quarter also has the Bulldogs in the Elite Eight.

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Mississippi State takes down Kelsey Plum, Washington (1:24)
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Plum's record-setting career ended by Miss. St.

Teaira McCowan scored 20 of her career-high 26 points in the fourth quarter, and Mississippi State defeated Washington 75-64 on Friday night to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

This is the end of the road for Washington seniors Katie Collier, Chantel Osahor and Kelsey Plum, and what a road it was. They led the Huskies to six NCAA tournament wins the last two years, including a trip to the 2016 Final Four. Plum finishes her career with 3,527 points, surpassing Jackie Stiles' record of 3,393.

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An incredible fourth quarter from center Teaira McCowan helped Mississippi State rally from a two-point deficit after three quarters to beat Washington 75-64 for a spot in the Elite Eight. McCowan had 20 points, seven boards and four blocks in the final period alone and finished with 26, 13 and five for the game. Kelsey Plum had 29 points for the Huskies in her final college game. The Bulldogs advance to face the winner of Friday night's matchup between Baylor and Louisville.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

6-foot-7 Mississippi State center Teaira McCowan has outscored Washington 11-2 in the fourth quarter. This game is slipping away from the Huskies, down seven with 7:27 left.