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2018 Schedule
13-5, 3rd in Pac-12
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Oregon tops Arizona State by 10 (0:57)
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Oregon State holds off Arizona State (1:02)
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Gulich, Pivec help No. 22 Oregon St women edge No. 18 ASU

Marie Gulich scored the last three points and Mikayla Pivec got a hand on a potential game-tying shot as No. 22 Oregon State defeated No. 18 Arizona State 57-54 in a showdown Friday night, handing the Sun Devils their first loss in Pac-12 play.

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No. 25 ASU turns back No. 24 Stanford

Charnea Johnson-Chapman scored a career-high 16 points and No. 25 Arizona State made 10 of 18 free throws in the fourth quarter to defeat No. 24 Stanford 73-66 on Sunday.

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Wright fuels FSU past ASU (0:47)
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267dMechelle Voepel

January ready to step up as Fever's leader

With Tamika Catchings retired and moved to the front office, Briann January is left as Indiana's longest-tenured active player. And no one is more ready for an expanded leadership role.

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Fever's January set to join ASU women's staff

Former Arizona State star Briann January will join the Sun Devils as a women's assistant coach, the school announced Wednesday. She will also continue playing for the WNBA's Indiana Fever.

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No. 23 Arizona State women edge Washington State

Sophie Brunner's putback gave No. 23 Arizona State the lead and Sabrina Haines added four points in the final 1:10 to lift the Sun Devils to a 61-58 victory over Washington State on Friday night.

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UConn remains unanimous No. 1 in AP poll

Geno Auriemma's UConn Huskies remain the unanimous No.1 in the AP poll after beating East Carolina and Houston by a combined 96 points last week.

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Bracketology: DePaul jumps into top 16 seeds

With help from Arizona State's three consecutive losses, DePaul replaced the Sun Devils as a host in Charlie Creme's latest 64-team projection. Washington remained a No. 2 seed -- but got shifted into UConn's region.

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Weak Big Ten continues to hurt Terps

Last week we saw how much the selection committee values strength of schedule. And the Big Ten hasn't given Maryland any opportunity to make up ground the way teams in the ACC and SEC can.