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2018 Schedule
3-0, 1st in SEC
MSU's defense shines in 91-56 win over Southern Miss (1:57)
No. 7 MSU cruises past Georgia State (2:06)
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Five UConn players among Wooden candidates

Five UConn players -- Kia Nurse, Gabby Williams, Azurá Stevens, Napheesa Collier and Katie Lou Samuelson -- are among the 30 preseason candidates for the Wooden Award.

No. 7 Mississippi State beats Virginia (0:38)
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The top 25 women's basketball players for 2017-18

Four UConn players were ranked among the top 10 in our countdown of the best 25 players in the country. But South Carolina senior forward A'ja Wilson tops the list at No. 1.

Miss. State's William breaks down UConn buzzer-beater (1:47)
Best of Women's Basketball Media Day (2:03)
MSU hopes to maintain last season's level of excellence (5:38)
Cornhole challenge: Mississippi State basketball (2:34)
Schaefer excited about upcoming season (3:18)
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75dGraham Hays

Pursuit of perfection leads McGraw to Naismith Hall of Fame

Muffet McGraw succeeded on the court and as a coach when the world didn't make either easy for women. Now, after 853 wins and a national title, McGraw's career has taken her to the Naismith Hall of Fame.

Schaefer talks 2018 game vs. South Carolina (3:19)
Schaefer: 'The target's bigger' after historic win (2:19)
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217dCharlie Creme

UConn is back on top in Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2017-18

We crowned a champion barely two weeks ago, but how does your team stack up for next season? Presenting your first look at the best of the best of women's college basketball for 2017-18.

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233dMechelle Voepel

Title-game benching of 'Itty Bitty' causes big stir

Bulldogs coach Vic Schaefer sat star point guard Morgan "Itty Bitty" William for much of the title game against South Carolina, a move that continues to be second-guessed.

William's UConn dagger lives on in sports history (1:32)
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234dMechelle Voepel

MSU's William 'not mad' after sitting late in loss

Mississippi State guard Morgan William didn't play in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NCAA final loss after hitting the buzzer-beating jumper to beat UConn on Friday night.

Staley crosses another accomplishment off bucket list (1:18)
Nell Yes: Shining moments from tournament (2:29)
Schaefer: This team will always be special to me (2:50)