2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 61-55
- 11/12W 90-43
- 11/17W 98-55
- 11/20W 71-55
- 11/24W 82-45
- 11/256L 76-66
- 11/26W 68-59
- 12/2W 83-78
- 12/9L 79-74
- 12/15W 108-48
- 12/17W 82-52
- 12/20W 93-87
- 12/21L 83-73
- 12/31W 75-46
- 1/3W 69-46
- 1/61L 100-49
- 1/10W 89-73
- 1/14W 62-45
- 1/17W 81-62
- 1/21L 64-56
- 1/28W 76-60
- 1/31W 71-57
- 2/3W 63-53
- 2/7W 88-47
- 2/1113W 84-65
- 2/14W 64-54
- 2/18W 77-68
- 2/21W 81-65
- 2/24W 84-65
- 2/261L 82-53
- 3/4W 80-44
- 3/5W 74-59
- 3/61L 70-54
- 3/1711L 102-79
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Cierra Dillard scored a career-high 36 points and No. 11 seed Buffalo got its first women's NCAA Tournament victory as it defeated sixth-seeded South Florida 102-79 in a first-round Albany Regional game on Saturday.
Hours after Mid-American counterpart Central Michigan pulled off an upset, No. 11 seed Buffalo upended sixth-seeded South Florida. It's the first time since 1996 the MAC has had two teams reach the second round.
Gabby Williams scored 19 points to lead No. 1 UConn to a 70-54 victory over 19th-ranked South Florida on Tuesday in the American Athletic Conference championship.
Kitija Laksa scored 20 points and Laura Ferreira added 17 to lead No. 19 South Florida to a 74-59 win over rival UCF in the semifinals of the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
Maria Jespersen scored 23 points to lead No. 20 South Florida to an 80-44 rout of East Carolina on Sunday in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
Gabby Williams scored 18 points and dished out nine assists on her senior night and top-ranked UConn completed an undefeated regular season for the 10th time in program history with an 82-53 win over No. 20 South Florida.
The Mercer Bears are back in the AP Top 25 for the first time in 38 years, thanks in part to their current 24-game winning streak.
Maria Jespersen had 26 points and a season-high 16 rebounds on Senior Day and classmate Laia Flores had 12 assists and they picked up a record 99th win of their career with an 84-65 romp over Cincinnati on Saturday.
Kitija Laksa scored 32 points, Maria Jespersen had 19 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 18 South Florida beat Houston 81-65 on Wednesday night to seal the No. 2 seed in the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
Kitija Laksa scored 32 points, Maria Jespersen had a double-double and No. 22 South Florida turned back Central Florida 77-68 in overtime on Sunday for a sweep in the War on I-4.
Maria Jespersen scored 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for her 14th double-double and No. 22 South Florida won its sixth straight Wednesday night, defeating SMU 64-54.
In upstaging one of the country's top scoring threats, Kitija Laksa hit eight 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 41 points to lead South Florida to an upset of No. 13 Ohio State.
Kitija Laksa scored a career-high 41 points, 18 in a decisive first quarter, and South Florida went on to defeat No. 13 Ohio State 84-65 on Sunday.
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.
Maria Jespersen had 17 points and 11 rebounds and No. 25 South Florida opened American Conference play with a 75-46 win over Tulane on Sunday.
Shay Colley scored a career-high 27 points and Michigan State upset No. 22 South Florida 83-73 on Thursday night at the New Orleans Shootout.
Kitija Laksa scored 29 points, including a key jumper in overtime, and No. 22 South Florida rallied to beat Dayton 93-87 on Wednesday night in the New Orleans Shootout.
Laia Flores scored a career-high 19 points on 7-of-9 shooting, Maria Jespersen had a double-double and No. 22 South Florida rolled to an 82-52 win over Florida International on Sunday.
Kitija Laksa buried a career-high 11 3-pointers on her way to a career-best 40 points and No. 22 South Florida romped to a 108-48 victory over Southern on Friday night.
Gabbi Ortiz had eight 3-pointers and 31 points, both career highs, and Oklahoma pulled away in the last four minutes to defeat No. 16 South Florida 79-74 on Saturday to snap a four-game losing streak.