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25-4, 3rd in Pac-12
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Plum eyeing women's NCAA all-time scoring record (2:03)
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Plum moves into 2nd place on NCAA scoring list in win (1:24)
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Plum moves into 2nd place on NCAA scoring list

Kelsey Plum scored 35 points to move into second place on the NCAA's career scoring list and help No. 9 Washington beat Southern California 87-74 on Sunday.

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The Yankees have reportedly agreed to a deal with Jonathon Niese pending a physical. Niese won 61 games in his time with the Mets. 3 pitchers have won at least 50 games with the Mets AND won a game with the Yankees - Dwight Gooden, Al Leiter and David Cone. Bob Ojeda is the other Mets 50-game winner to pitch for the Yankees, but he didn't win a game for them.

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Washington's Kelsey Plum has passed Brittney Griner for the 2nd-most career points in Division I women's basketball history.

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Kelsey Plum on her record-setting career (2:12)
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Bracketology: Upsets drive Texas to 2-seed

First they stunned then-No. 2 Baylor. Then the Longhorns upset No. 4 Florida State in double overtime. Both road wins helped propel Texas to a No. 2 seed in Charlie Creme's updated bracket.

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Plum pouring it in for Washington

With 29 points Sunday against Arizona State, Huskies senior guard Kelsey Plum has accumulated 3,241 in her career -- third-most in women's Division 1 history.

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Osahor, Plum help Washington to win (0:57)
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Bracketology: Maryland back as a No. 2 seed

Maryland was again a No. 9 seed in the NCAA's reveal of its top 16 on Monday. Then a team rated ahead of them was upset on its home court, helping the Terps move up one spot to No. 8 overall and a No. 2 seed in Charlie Creme's bracket.

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UConn stays No. 1 overall in latest top-16 reveal

UConn, which has won 97 consecutive games, remains the overall No. 1 as projected by the NCAA women's basketball committee in the latest top-16 reveal. NC State and DePaul joined the list.

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Which teams are worthy of a top-16 seed?

Will South Carolina's loss last week sink the Gamecocks to a No. 2 seed? And if so, which team should be bumped up to the top line? Charlie Creme lists his top 16 ahead of the NCAA reveal Monday.

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Plum's big night propels Washington to win (0:46)
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UConn remains unanimous No. 1 in AP poll

Geno Auriemma's UConn Huskies remain the unanimous No.1 in the AP poll after beating East Carolina and Houston by a combined 96 points last week.

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Bracketology: DePaul jumps into top 16 seeds

With help from Arizona State's three consecutive losses, DePaul replaced the Sun Devils as a host in Charlie Creme's latest 64-team projection. Washington remained a No. 2 seed -- but got shifted into UConn's region.

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Weak Big Ten continues to hurt Terps

Last week we saw how much the selection committee values strength of schedule. And the Big Ten hasn't given Maryland any opportunity to make up ground the way teams in the ACC and SEC can.

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Washington's Plum is espnW's player of the week

For the second time this month, Washington senior Kelsey Plum earned our top honor. The guard, who is closing in on Jackie Stiles' all-time NCAA women's scoring record, tallied 44 points Sunday.

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Stanford rally gives VanDerveer 999th career win

Briana Roberson scored all 14 of her points in the second half, Brittany McPhee led Stanford with 17 points, and the Cardinal rallied from an 18-point first-half deficit to beat Washington 72-68.

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With 44 points tonight, Washington's Kelsey Plum moves into 3rd on the all-time scoring list behind Jackie Styles and Brittney Griner. Plum has 3,138 career points.

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Washington wins on Romeo's big night (0:41)