Arike Ogunbowale scored 25 points to become Notre Dame's all-time leading scorer as the fifth-ranked Fighting Irish routed Duke 89-61 on Thursday night.
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- Rice ranked for first time ever; Baylor still No. 1
- Lady Bears are No. 1 in committee's top 16
- South Dakota enters poll; Baylor remains No. 1
- Baylor tops women's poll for first time since '13
Notre Dame has supplanted Mississippi State as No. 5 overall on the S-curve, and the Irish should be the No. 2 in Albany instead of in Greensboro.
Arike Ogunbowale scored 22 points and No. 5 Notre Dame took over with 12 unanswered points in a dominating third quarter to beat No. 9 North Carolina State 95-72 on Monday night.
Rice finds itself in the Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history while Baylor remains No. 1.
Arike Ogunbowale scored 23 points to move into second place on Notre Dame's all-time scoring list, and the sixth-ranked Fighting Irish coasted to a 97-47 victory over Boston College on Wednesday night.
Baylor was awarded the top overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball selection committee's first reveal of the top 16 overall seeds for the tournament. The Lady Bears are joined by fellow No. 1 seeds Louisville, Oregon and Mississippi State.
The NCAA committee's reveal left more questions than answers, especially for No. 1 overall seed Baylor, which is paired with Notre Dame in Greensboro.
The South Dakota Coyotes are ranked for the first time in program history, entering this week's Associated Press women's basketball poll at No. 25.
Baylor, UConn, Louisville and Oregon are No. 1 seeds, with Marquette, Mississippi State, Notre Dame and Stanford on the 2-line.
Will UConn or Mississippi State get a No. 1 seed? Where will Notre Dame end up? Here are the biggest things to keep an eye on in Monday's reveal.
Arike Ogunbowale scored 27 points and Jessica Shepard added 26 as No. 4 Notre Dame got its transition game going again in a 97-70 rout of No. 24 Florida State on Sunday.
A second loss in as many weeks drops the Irish to a No. 2 seed, making way for UConn to return to the top line. But what about Mississippi State?
Emese Hof and Beatrice Mompremier had double-doubles for the No. 25-ranked Miami Hurricanes, who applied smothering defense to beat No. 4 Notre Dame 72-65 on Thursday night.
UNC is proof that big wins help the résumé more than bad losses hurt. But remember to go beyond head-to-head comparisons for UConn and Notre Dame.
For the first time in 12 years, Charlie Creme says UConn is not a No. 1 seed. Louisville, Baylor, Notre Dame and Oregon sit on the top line.
Marina Mabrey scored 20 points to lead four teammates in double figures as No. 5 Notre Dame had four big runs in a 90-50 rout of cold-shooting Georgia Tech on Sunday.
Arike Ogunbowale had 23 points, and No. 5 Notre Dame bounced back from its second loss of the season with a 101-63 blowout of Clemson on Thursday night.
Baylor is No. 1 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll for the first time nearly six years.
Keeping the Irish as a No. 1 seed wasn't a hard decision. Evaluating teams like Tennessee, UNC and the bottom of the at-large selections was.
UNC, UCLA, Arkansas and Tennessee are the last four in, while Notre Dame (Greensboro), Baylor (Chicago) and Louisville (Portland) swapped regions.