Cate Reese and Aari McDonald scored 19 points each to help eighth-seeded Arizona beat ninth-seeded Southern Cal 76-48 in the opening round of the Pac-12 Tournament on Thursday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 73-55
- 11/11W 86-50
- 11/15W 82-39
- 11/17W 77-46
- 11/23W 55-46
- 11/25W 72-51
- 11/28W 62-61
- 12/1W 86-72
- 12/16W 58-42
- 12/1923L 71-51
- 12/22W 73-61
- 12/30L 72-65
- 1/46L 72-64
- 1/618L 66-59
- 1/115L 93-53
- 1/1310L 76-52
- 1/20W 72-67
- 1/25L 71-68
- 1/2716L 68-59
- 2/1W 82-57
- 2/3W 81-73
- 2/817W 84-80
- 2/10L 81-76
- 2/15W 86-76
- 2/1710L 69-67
- 2/2212L 68-61
- 2/242L 96-78
- 3/1W 84-77
- 3/3W 83-77
- 3/7L 76-48
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Sabrina Ionescu recorded her NCAA-record 17th triple-double, Erin Boley had a career-high 32 points and No. 2 Oregon snapped a two-game losing streak by racing past Southern California 96-78 on Sunday.
- South Dakota enters poll; Baylor remains No. 1
- Final 8 teams vying for tourney berths revealed
- Oregon State fans accused of using racial slurs
- Trakh returns to USC as women's coach
Mikayla Pivec had 18 points and eight rebounds and Oregon State used a late run to beat Southern California 68-61 on Friday night.
Alanna Smith hit a layup with three seconds left to lift No. 10 Stanford over USC 69-67 on Sunday.
The South Dakota Coyotes are ranked for the first time in program history, entering this week's Associated Press women's basketball poll at No. 25.
Mariya Moore scored 23 points and blocked a potential game-winning shot with two seconds left as USC handed No. 17 Utah its third consecutive loss, 84-80, while picking up their third straight win on Friday night.
Kianna Ibis led a balanced attack with 11 points, leaving her one point shy of 1,000 for her career, and No. 16 Arizona State defeated Southern California 68-59 on Sunday.
Tina Thompson aspired to be a lawyer and never intended to be a hoops star. But basketball shaped her life, all the way into the Naismith Hall.
Holly Rowe ESPN Reporter
#1 @uclabeachvb hosted cross-town rivals and #4 @uscbeach for the first time. In what could be a rematch at the @pac12 championship. Bruins took the dual but USC 1's were winners.
The NCAA women's basketball tournament selection committee on Sunday released the final eight teams under consideration for the last four spots in the women's bracket: Buffalo, Creighton, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Purdue, Rutgers, USC and West Virginia.
The NCAA tournament field is taking shape, as two more automatic bids were won Monday. But all eyes are on the bubble, and in Charlie Creme's latest projection, Southern California is out and South Dakota State is in. Minnesota, Rutgers and Creighton join the Jackrabbits in the "last four in."
George Washington, Louisville, Mercer, Ohio State, Oregon and South Carolina punched their tickets Sunday. Charlie Creme's updated projection included only minor movement, with no new teams joining the 64-team field, and Minnesota, Creighton, Rutgers and Southern Cal still the "last four in."
Fans at an Oregon State women's basketball game have been accused by a USC player of directing racial slurs at her and her black teammates as they left the court after a loss on Sunday night.
Mark Trakh returns to USC as coach of the women's basketball team, replacing Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, who resigned last month with no public explanation after going 70-56 in four years.
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, who led USC to the NCAA tournament in 2014, has resigned as women's basketball coach at her alma mater.
Stanford beats USC; Vanderveer wins 1,000th
Karlie Samuelson scores 21 points for No. 8 Stanford in a 58-42 win over USC, the 1,000th win of coach Tara Vanderveer's career as she becomes the second NCAA women's coach to hit the milestone.
As Tara VanDerveer joined an elite club in the annals of basketball Friday with her 1,000th win, dozens of former Stanford players joined in the celebration to honor their legendary coach.
Stanford's Tara VanDerveer might have stumbled into a coaching career, but she was a quick study. Two of the earliest lessons she learned shaped her journey to Friday's historic 1,000th victory.
With Stanford's win Friday, Tara VanDerveer became just the third coach in NCAA D-I hoops history to win 1,000 games. Only Pat Summitt (1,089) and Mike Krzyzewski (1,060) have more victories.