Which programs benefited most as players moved destinations this offseason? North Carolina, Arkansas, Baylor and Kentucky were among the big winners.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 78-35
- 11/10W 79-58
- 11/17W 62-61
- 11/23W 74-64
- 11/27W 80-38
- 12/112L 80-58
- 12/4W 76-46
- 12/7W 74-62
- 12/11W 70-68
- 12/15W 72-43
- 12/20W 60-48
- 12/21W 78-67
- 12/29W 85-48
- 1/220W 84-77
- 1/6W 79-35
- 1/9L 57-54
- 1/1611L 76-54
- 1/19W 69-42
- 1/23W 79-74
- 1/26W 72-53
- 1/30W 64-63
- 2/2L 59-58
- 2/98L 69-57
- 2/13W 74-53
- 2/1625W 73-71
- 2/20W 64-47
- 2/23W 84-54
- 2/27L 76-63
- 3/11L 60-52
- 3/625L 67-66
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The WNBA is a veteran-led league, but there's a lot of young talent. Breanna Stewart, A'ja Wilson and Diamond DeShields lead the way.
- A&M, Texas to resume women's basketball rivalry
- Guard Destiny Pitts transferring to Texas A&M
- Top prospect Carter to leave Texas A&M for draft
- Ducks' Ionescu headlines 15 finalists for Wooden
The Aggies and Longhorns will play in women's basketball this season for the first time since 2014 as part of the SEC/Big 12 Challenge.
Maya Moore and Breanna Stewart are among the highly touted high school prospects who turned into WNBA stars.
From Baylor's Kim Mulkey and UConn's Geno Auriemma to South Carolina's Dawn Staley and Stanford's Tara VanDerveer, who will follow in their footsteps?
Former Minnesota standout Destiny Pitts will transfer to Texas A&M, continuing a busy spring for the Aggies as they try to reload following Chennedy Carter's early entry in the WNBA draft.
Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.
With four first-round picks, Dallas will impact the draft more than anyone. But the Wings might not be after Dallas native Lauren Cox at No. 2 overall.
WNBA draft prospect Chennedy Carter joins LaChina Robinson to discuss the role her father has played in her career and how she's spending her time.
WNBA draft prospect Chennedy Carter joins LaChina Robinson to discuss her disappointment of an early ending NCAA season, the importance of her father in her basketball career, how she's spending time off-the-court and more.
We remember the Women's Final Fours when Morgan William and Arike Ogunbowale became part of college basketball lore.
Texas A&M junior guard Chennedy Carter announced Sunday that she is declaring for next month's WNBA draft. She is projected to go No. 4 overall to the Atlanta Dream.
While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
How will Megan Walker forgoing her final season at UConn impact the WNBA draft? Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu continues to lead the way in our mock draft.
We will never know what stories the NCAA tournament would have told, will never know who would have won. But here's a look at what we know we missed.
Reigning winner Sabrina Ionescu is joined by Oregon teammates Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally on the list of 15 finalists for this season's John R. Wooden Award.
Kiara Williams grabbed a pair of offensive rebounds and was fouled on a putback, sinking two free throws with 8.6 seconds left to lift fifth-seeded Arkansas to a 67-66 win over fourth-seeded Texas A&M on Friday in a battle of Top 25 teams in the...
— Mikiah Herbert Harrigan didn't ever really want to leave South Carolina, no matter what she thought after last season.
— Jasmine Walker drained a career-high six 3-pointers and scored 24 points and Alabama made a dominant second quarter hold up for a 76-63 upset over No. 12 Texas A&M on Thursday night.
Three No. 3 seeds lost. UCLA no longer has a shot at a No. 1. A Sunday full of unexpected outcomes caused quite a bit of movement in the bracket.
The Aggies replace Oregon State, which has lost four of its last five games, including three against ranked teams.