2022 Schedule

2022 Schedule
1st in Pac-12
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S.C. atop AP preseason women's Top 25 again

South Carolina is No. 1 in the AP Top 25 preseason women's basketball poll for the second consecutive year, receiving 14 of the 29 first-place votes from a national media panel. UConn received 10 first-place ballots and was No. 2.

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Daugherty, longtime women's hoops coach, dies

Longtime women's basketball coach June Daugherty, who spent 11 seasons at both Washington and Washington State, died Monday at her home in Boise, Idaho. She was to turn 65 next week.

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Staley, VanDerveer ask Congress for inequity help

Dawn Staley and Tara VanDerveer called on Congress to make sure the NCAA publicizes the findings of a report it commissioned that is examining women's championships in all three divisions.

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2021 ESPYS: Vote for Best Team

Choosing between champions, some in college and some in the pros, is no easy task. Cast your vote for Best Team at the 2021 ESPYS.

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Vote for Best Game at 2021 ESPYS

Gonzaga, Stanford, the Baltimore Ravens and the Winnipeg Jets came out on top in some of the best games over the past year. Which one gets your vote for the 2021 ESPYS?

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Vote for Best Record-Breaking Performance at 2021 ESPYS

Tara VanDerveer, DeVonta Smith, Phil Mickelson and Russell Westbrook wrote their names in record books over the past year. Vote for Best Record-Breaking Performance today at the 2021 ESPYS.

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Stanford PG Williams to enter WNBA draft

Stanford point guard Kiana Williams, who led the champion Cardinal with 14.0 points per game, 3.1 assists and 82 3-pointers this season, is entering the WNBA draft.

Stephen A. gives props to women's NCAA basketball tournament (2:09)
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Relive the drama of the women's NCAA tournament (2:23)
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Stanford wins national championship in a game that comes down to the final shot (3:13)
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Stanford holds off Arizona for first title since 1992

Led by Haley Jones, named Most Outstanding Player for the tournament, Stanford held off a resilient Arizona team 54-53 on Sunday to claim its first NCAA women's basketball championship in 29 years.

Stanford wins national title after locking up McDonald in final seconds (0:30)
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