2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
24-11, 6th in Big 12
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Maryland's long heave makes the crowd go wild (0:34)
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West Virginia pulls away from Elon (0:36)
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West Virginia shakes Elon late to make Round 2

Tynice Martin scored 26 points, Katrina Pardee made a pair of pivotal 3-pointers and West Virginia pulled away to a 75-62 victory over Elon on Friday in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Women's NCAA tournament: Breaking down Bridgeport Regional

Maryland and Syracuse hope to get back to the Final Four, but in Bridgeport, everything runs through UConn. Can a region full of premier point guards prevent the Huskies from advancing?

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Bracketology: DePaul's loss is Ohio State's gain

Marquette's upset of No. 17 DePaul in Tuesday's Big East championship game knocked the Blue Demons out of the top-16 seeds. Ohio State returned as an early-round host. Marquette remained a No. 7 seed.

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West Virginia's upset of Baylor overhauls Bracketology

Baylor remains a No. 1 seed after losing to West Virginia in Monday's Big 12 final. But the Lady Bears are now the top team in the Stockton Regional. South Carolina is No. 1 in Oklahoma City, and is joined by Texas as the 3-seed.

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Baylor upset causes ripple effect throughout bracket

West Virginia's stunning upset of Baylor gave everything new form after Monday's games wrapped up. The result? A better, more balanced bracket -- after sliding Baylor to the top seed in Stockton.

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West Virginia shocks Baylor for Big 12 title (0:55)
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West Virginia stuns No. 2 Baylor for Big 12 title

West Virginia isn't exactly located in the heart of Big 12 country. But the Mountaineers felt at home Monday, as they upset No. 2 Baylor to win their first conference tournament in 28 years.

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Bracketology: Back-to-back upsets boost Mountaineers

Six NCAA bids were won Sunday, but West Virginia made one of the biggest statements by bouncing Texas in the Big 12 semifinals. Pac-12 champ Stanford replaced the Longhorns as a No. 2 seed -- and the Mountaineers improved to a No. 8.

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Mountaineers make most of Champ Week opportunities

Which teams benefited most from the opening weekend of Champ Week? With four of the Power 5 conference tournaments already wrapped up, there were some clear winners and losers.

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West Virginia gets the upset over No. 24 Kansas State (0:43)
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No. 19 Oklahoma take home 2OT victory over WVU (0:53)
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Baylor tops WVU to stay perfect in Big 12 (0:39)