Dana Evans scored 13 points and No. 4 Louisville used a 16-0 run spanning halftime to take command and beat Virginia 71-49 on Thursday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 102-80
- 11/9W 75-49
- 11/19W 74-55
- 11/2319W 58-56
- 11/24W 86-69
- 11/26W 95-73
- 11/29W 85-68
- 12/2W 107-52
- 12/4W 102-62
- 12/919W 80-75
- 12/15W 92-59
- 12/20W 72-68
- 1/3W 73-66
- 1/6W 73-51
- 1/101L 82-68
- 1/13W 61-44
- 1/17W 91-43
- 1/20W 73-49
- 1/2422W 68-49
- 1/27W 70-42
- 1/312W 78-69
- 2/2W 76-44
- 2/715W 76-51
- 2/10W 72-63
- 2/1720L 79-73
- 2/21W 71-49
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- 2/289h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Rice finds itself in the Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history while Baylor remains No. 1.
A week ago, the selection committee revealed its No. 1 seeds. Since, Mississippi State lost and fell to a 2-seed, but Louisville survived its upset.
Emese Hof scored 25 points to help No. 20 Miami beat No. 2 Louisville 79-73 on Sunday.
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.
Asia Durr scored 34 points and No. 2 Louisville overcame a near-collapse in a 72-63 victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday.
Asia Durr scored 15 points to help No. 2 Louisville beat 15th-ranked Syracuse 76-51 on Thursday night.
In a week with no shortage of quality candidates, Louisville's star senior emerged on top for a performance at home she'll never forget.
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.
Jazmine Jones tied her career high with 17 points and No. 3 Louisville followed up its win over No. 2 UConn with a 76-44 victory at Clemson on Saturday.
Louisville knew it was good enough to make the Final Four. But in finally slaying UConn, the Cardinals now know they can be national champions.
Asia Durr scored 14 of her 24 points in the second quarter, Dana Evans added 20 points and No. 3 Louisville held No. 2 UConn to 38 percent shooting in a 78-69 victory Thursday night.
UConn's loss to Louisville on Thursday means that for the first time since 2007, the Huskies might not be a No. 1 seed come Selection Monday.