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2017 Schedule
1st in SEC
Looking ahead: SEC women's basketball (3:58)
What to expect from the Wildcats (4:56)
Inside UK's Big Blue Madness (2:24)
SEC looks strong for 2017 (2:19)
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Kentucky forward Camara transfers to UConn

Kentucky forward Batouly Camara has transferred to UConn and will be eligible to play in the 2017-18 season with three years of eligibility remaining.

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156dMechelle Voepel

White, Dunn, Peck are good hires for women's game

Stephanie White, Lin Dunn and Carolyn Peck know what it takes to succeed in women's basketball. Their return to the college level should boost the SEC and is good for the game overall.

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169dWalter Villa

7 options for former Kentucky recruit Corsaro

With her phone ringing off the hook, McDonald's All American and former Kentucky recruit Lindsey Corsaro has kind words for coach Matthew Mitchell.

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173dGraham Hays

Cohesive coaching staff more important than ever

In an offseason full of transfers, turmoil and allegations, a cohesive staff and the role of assistant coaches have never been more important in the current culture of women's college basketball.

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Kentucky freshman Camara set to transfer

Freshman Batouly Camara, who started 14 games in 2015-16, is set to become the sixth player to depart coach Matthew Mitchell's program since October.

Contenders in SEC women's basketball next season (1:47)
Kentucky falls to Washington, 85-72 (1:14)

Washington into Elite 8, led by Walton's 30 points

Talia Walton scored 30 points, Chantel Osahor had 19 points and 17 rebounds and seventh-seeded Washington beat third-seeded Kentucky 85-72 on Friday night in an NCAA Lexington Regional semifinal.

Postgame Interview with Washington Guard Kelsey Plum (1:26)
Walton discusses Washington upset (0:44)
Kentucky Guard Janee Thompson leaves the game after falling on right leg after bumping into a screen. (1:28)
Interview with Kentucky Guard Makayla Epps before the third quarter tip off. (0:37)
Interview with Washington Head Coach Mike Neighbors at the conclusion of the 1st Quarter (0:27)

Watch: Washington (22-10) vs. Kentucky (23-7)

Makayla Epps, who left Monday's game against Oklahoma with a sprained right shoulder, will play when third-seeded Kentucky takes on 7-seed Washington at Rupp Arena. Epps averages a team-high 16.6 points per game for the Wildcats. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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215dGraham Hays

How Washington shocked Kentucky on the road

Talia Walton had 30 points, and Chantel Osahor added 19 points and 17 rebounds, as No. 7 seed Washington stunned Kentucky to become the first team to win on the road in the Sweet 16 since 2005.