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2019 Schedule
26-8, 2nd in Big East

No. 11 Missouri State stuns DePaul 89-78

Alexa Willard and Danielle Gitzen each scored 20 points and 11th-seeded Missouri State stunned DePaul 89-78 on Saturday, snapping the Blue Demon's five-game winning streak in opening-round NCAA Tournament games.

Willard gets easy bucket for 1,000 career points (0:20)
Ruffridge splashes transition 3 (0:19)
Ruffridge drains quick 3-pointer (0:16)
Gitzen goes 1-on-1 to score her 1,000th career point (0:15)
DePaul overcomes 13-point deficit to beat Marquette (1:22)
Inside Texas A&M's memorable comeback (2:08)
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396dMechelle Voepel

Carter's late 3 caps Texas A&M comeback win

Chennedy Carter, the espnW freshman of the year, scored 32 of her 37 points in the second half, including a game-winning 3-pointer with 3.2 seconds left to lift the fourth-seeded Aggies to a thrilling comeback over No. 5 DePaul.

Aggies win on Carter's dramatic 3 (1:18)
Sweet shooting propels DePaul by Oklahoma (0:36)
Grays pumped up after spinning jumper (0:28)
Geno picks up 999th win as UConn routs DePaul (0:45)
UConn's Walker climbs the ladder for layup (0:25)
DePaul extends lead at the buzzer (0:17)
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771dCharlie Creme

Ohio State reclaims final host seed

Another major conference championship game, another change in the bracket. Marquette's upset of DePaul in the Big East championship paved the way for Ohio State to return to the top-16 seeds.

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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.