2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
36-1, 1st in American
Auriemma praises Stewart's talent (1:00)
Stewart: 'I definitely embrace my length' (1:54)
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21dGabby Williams as told to Sean Hurd | espnW

Gabby Williams diary: 'Getting through the wall'

Stronger opponents. As many losses as in her entire UConn career. And basketball and more basketball. Gabby Williams continues to adjust to the WNBA.

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49dGabby Williams as told to Sean Hurd | espnW

View from the Sky: Gabby Williams' WNBA rookie diary

As she fights for a role in Chicago's rotation, Gabby Williams checks in from training camp and shares Geno Auriemma's parting words of advice.

Stewart: 'Notre Dame is not afraid of UConn' (1:02)
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76dMechelle Voepel

WNBA mock draft: Projecting all three rounds

Will the Aces make South Carolina's A'ja Wilson the overall No. 1 as predicted? Who will the Sky draft with back-to-back picks? And where will Diamond DeShields land?

SportsCenter: Top 10 plays of NCAA women's basketball season (2:56)
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84dMechelle Voepel

Yes, the Women's Final Four was the best ever

With all four No. 1 seeds, it could have ended in a predictable Final Four. Instead, this past weekend was the best women's college basketball has ever seen.

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Stewie & A'ja on winning a title, WNBA, more

Four-time NCAA Champion Breanna Stewart and 2017 NCAA Champion A'ja Wilson discuss the pros and cons of playing for legendary coaches, what winning the National Championship feels like and answers questions from fans during the live show.

Relive Notre Dame's epic overtime win against UConn (1:52)
What is McGraw's secret to beating Geno? (1:45)
New year, same heartbreak for UConn (0:57)
Notre Dame beats UConn on Ogunbowale's late jumper (1:09)
Geno says losing is a good 'learning tool' (0:40)
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87dGraham Hays

Ogunbowale, Notre Dame get redemption with stunner over UConn

It turns out we were looking for the wrong redemption story all along. It wasn't UConn coming back from last year's Final Four loss. It was Arike Ogunbowale and Notre Dame fighting through every reason to give up on this season -- and Friday's semifinal.

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87dMechelle Voepel

For UConn, déjà vu hurts a little bit more

Last year, UConn's perfect season ended at the hands of Mississippi State's Morgan William at the overtime buzzer. This year, it was Notre Dame's Arike Ogunbowale.