Louisville and Notre Dame join unbeaten UConn and Mississippi State as No. 1 seeds in Charlie Creme's latest 64-team projection. Florida State, which handed the Cardinals their first loss Sunday, move up to a No. 2.
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The NCAA committee revealed its top 16 last week. And though only four days have passed, a lot can change in the bracket when multiple top-10 teams lose in a weekend. So why are the Cardinals still on the top line? Charlie Creme explains.
Kia Nurse scored 24 points and freshman Megan Walker added a career-best 22 to help No. 1 UConn rout Temple 113-57 on Sunday.
Azura Stevens came off the bench to score 22 points and lead top-ranked UConn to a closer-than-expected 78-60 win over Tulsa on Thursday night.
The three undefeated teams in women's college basketball -- UConn, Mississippi State, and Louisville -- are all projected No. 1 seeds in the NCAA's first reveal of its top 16. The list is based on data through the games of Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Including Oregon as a No. 1 seed isn't a hard sell, but Baylor falling off the top line and all the way to a No. 3 seed was the lone shocker as the NCAA revealed its top 16 teams Thursday, Charlie Creme writes.
UConn, Baylor, Louisville and Mississippi State are No. 1 seeds, while Notre Dame, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas are 2 seeds in Charlie Creme's latest 64-team projection.
Will Rutgers, the biggest surprise of the season so far, wind up in the NCAA's top 16 seeds on Thursday night? What seed will South Carolina land? Will Baylor join UConn, Louisville and Mississippi State on the top line?
Katie Lou Samuelson scored 19 points and Crystal Dangerfield made two free throws with 8 seconds left to help top-ranked UConn survive a tough upset bid from No. 9 Texas with a 75-71 win Monday night.
The performance fell short of vintage UConn, but Geno Auriemma didn't hesitate to say he was proud of his Huskies. On a night when little came easily, the Huskies withstood their latest test. Even so, it seems like it's getting more difficult to be UConn.
Louisville is No. 2 in The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history.
Azura Stevens had 19 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lead four players in double-figures scoring, and top-ranked UConn used a strong defensive effort to rout Houston 95-35 on Saturday.
UConn coach Geno Auriemma says freshman Andra Espinoza-Hunter, last year's high school New York Gatorade Player of the Year, has decided to transfer out of the program.
Four UConn players -- Kia Nurse, Gabby Williams, Napheesa Collier and Katie Lou Samuelson -- are among the 25 midseason candidates for the Wooden Award.
Azura Stevens came off the bench to score 19 points, leading top-ranked UConn to its 100th consecutive regular-season win on Tuesday, 80-44 over UCF.
After a two-year hiatus, C. Vivian Stringer has Rutgers back in The Associated Press women's basketball poll.
Napheesa Collier had 25 points and 11 rebounds and No. 1 Connecticut remained unbeaten with a 100-49 rout of South Florida on Saturday night.