2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 109-51
- 11/12W 75-51
- 11/17W 84-54
- 11/19W 96-53
- 11/24W 101-52
- 11/26W 87-62
- 11/29W 94-93
- 12/3W 79-63
- 12/7W 84-39
- 12/10W 77-66
- 12/178L 87-72
- 12/21W 92-82
- 12/28W 82-50
- 12/31W 103-65
- 1/4W 69-47
- 1/7L 76-69
- 1/11W 105-67
- 1/14W 107-62
- 1/18W 81-79
- 1/212W 50-49
- 1/285L 100-69
- 2/1L 65-56
- 2/4W 66-59
- 2/8W 77-62
- 2/11W 91-71
- 2/15W 91-43
- 2/1920L 79-66
- 2/22W 67-39
- 2/25W 64-61
- 3/2W 73-69
- 3/35L 90-80
- 3/1714W 91-49
- 3/1911L 86-65
- Full Schedule
Cierra Dillard scored 22 points and 11th-seeded Buffalo shocked No. 3 seed Florida State 86-65 on Monday night to advance to the Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history.
- UConn remains No. 1; LSU enters AP Top 25
- UConn tops AP poll; Oregon soars to No. 6
- TCU cracks Top 25 for first time since 2010
- Maryland's Gillespie transfers to Florida State
Shakayla Thomas scored 26 points and third-seeded Florida State defeated No. 14 seed Little Rock 91-49 in a women's NCAA Tournament Albany Region first-round game on Saturday.
Injuries this season have forced Notre Dame's Marina Mabrey and Arike Ogunbowale to take on more responsibility. The roommates lived up to the challenge Saturday, lifting the Irish over Florida State and into the ACC title game against Louisville.
Marina Mabrey scored a season-high 27 points to help No. 5 Notre Dame rally past No. 11 Florida State 90-80 Saturday in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament semifinals.
Imani Wright scored 20 points and No. 11 Florida State held off Miami's late rally for a 73-69 victory on Friday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfinals.
Shakyala Thomas scored 19 points, Chatrice White had her sixth double-double of the season and No. 9 Florida State rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Georgia Tech 64-61 on Sunday.
Nicki Ekhomu scored nine of her 17 points in the third quarter, and No. 9 Florida State beat Boston College 67-39 on Thursday night.
Lexie Brown scored 30 points, and No. 20 Duke upset No. 9 Florida State 79-66 on Monday night.
UConn remains the top-ranked team in the women's AP Top 25 poll while LSU enters the poll for the first time in four years.
Upending No. 10 Maryland on Sunday for a signature win to finally move it to the right side of the bubble, Minnesota was one of three new teams in Charlie Creme's projected field of 64. The top 16 stayed the same.
Shakayla Thomas scored 19 points, Imani Wright had 16 and No. 12 Florida State defeated Clemson for the 18th straight time, 91-43 on Thursday night.
While UCLA jumped to a No. 2 seed, defending national champion South Carolina dropped to a No. 3 in Charlie Creme's latest projection. NC State and Stanford joined the top 16 teams. UConn, Louisville, Mississippi State and Notre Dame remain No. 1 seeds.
Imani Wright scored 21 points, Nausia Woolfolk missed a triple-double by a rebound and No. 12 Florida State defeated rival Miami for the sixth straight time on Sunday, 91-71.
Shakayla Thomas scored 20 points, A.J. Alix added 17 and No. 12 Florida State turned back Virginia 77-62.
Getting routed by Notre Dame and then falling to unranked NC State helped drop Florida State to a No. 3 seed and open the way for Texas to find its way back among the field's top eight teams.
A.J. Alix scored 25 points to lead No. 10 Florida State to a 66-59 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Akela Maize scored eight of her 18 points in the final five minutes as North Carolina State beat No. 10 Florida State 65-56 on Thursday night.
After easy wins over Memphis and Tulane, UConn retains its unanimous grip on the No. 1 spot in the women's AP basketball poll.
With little change among the top two lines in this week's field of 64, Baylor bounced Texas off the No. 2 seed line. UConn, Mississippi State, Louisville and Notre Dame remain No. 1 seeds. The Lady Bears joined Florida State, South Carolina and Oregon as 2-seeds.