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2018 Schedule
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Help ESPN pick the HandClap Hoopla winner

We've been humming Fitz and the Tantrums' HandClap all season long. Now we've named the four best videos: Army, Florida State, South Carolina and Tulane. Watch and vote for your favorite.

101st straight win for UConn is a close one (2:37)
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No. 1 UConn edges Tulane for 101st straight win

Napheesa Collier had 26 points and 12 rebounds and top-ranked Connecticut held off Tulane 63-60 on Saturday night to push its record winning streak to 101 games.

Tulane shows how to HandClap in the Big Easy (1:59)
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Texas, Duke take the HandClap Hoopla Challenge

From Akron to Wake Forest, teams across the country have accepted the #handclaphoopla challenge. Has your favorite team lip synced its way through Fitz and the Tantrums' "HandClap"?

UConn cruises past Tulane, advances to AAC title game (0:51)

UConn routs Tulane by 47, advances to AAC final

Top-ranked UConn jumped to a 14-0 lead and never looked back, defeating Tulane 82-35 on Sunday to score its 68th straight win and advance to the American Athletic Conference title game.

Katie Lou Samuelson continues to produce for UConn (2:06)
Stewart, UConn throttle Tulane on senior day (1:10)

No. 22 South Florida women breeze by Tulane 77-65

Courtney Williams scored 18 points, Alisia Jenkins grabbed 20 rebounds -- one short of her career best -- and No. 22 South Florida rebounded after a rare conference loss to beat Tulane 77-65 Tues

Tulane staying close with Miss. St.

Mississippi State is trying hard to avoid a classic 12-over-5 upset in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament against Tulane. However, the Green Wave are down just three late in the first half. Live on WatchESPN

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No. 2 UConn hammers Tulane in first meeting

Moriah Jefferson scored 16 points to lead six UConn players in double figures as the second-ranked Huskies followed up a win over top-ranked South Carolina by routing Tulane 87-39 on Saturday.