From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jenn Wirth in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
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The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced its schedule model for the 2020-21 college basketball season on Thursday, becoming the first league to make its plans public following the NCAA establishing a Nov. 25 start date.
UConn is scheduled to open the Hall of Fame Women's Challenge vs. Quinnipiac on Nov. 28, while Mississippi State will open the tournament against Maine.
Shakira Austin scored all 16 of her points in the first half, and No. 9 Maryland dominated the inside against Quinnipiac in a 107-52 rout Sunday.
Macy Miller scored 27 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead No. 6 seed South Dakota State to a 76-65 win over 11th-seeded Quinnipiac in a first-round game of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Jen Fay had 25 points and 13 rebounds, Aryn McClure added 18 points and eight boards, and top-seeded Quinnipiac beat Marist 81-51 on Monday to win its third straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship and NCAA Tournament berth.
Fast? Slow? Somewhere in between? After wins in two very different types of games in the first two rounds, UConn might be ready for anything Duke can throw at it in the Sweet 16.
A game after scoring 140 points, UConn showed off its defense in a second-round win over Quinnipiac. Next up for the top-seeded Huskies is Duke in the Sweet 16.
First the first time in program history, Belmont broke into the AP Top 25 last week. And after Green Bay stumbled, the Bruins are the new mid-major No. 1.
Geno Auriemma surprised Quinnipiac and coach Tricia Fabbri when he pulled open his UConn warmup jacket to reveal a Quinnipiac shirt during a press conference Friday.
Before Quinnipiac became a Cinderella team facing 1-seed South Carolina in the Sweet 16, it was an unknown Division II program that played in a glorified high school gym on campus.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby break down the Stockton Region of the Women's NCAA Tournament, weigh in on key injuries for South Carolina, Quinnipiac's Cinderella story and more.
A pair of double-digit seeds. Five Pac-12 teams. A rematch of one of the tourney's all-time greatest upsets. The Sweet 16 is set -- and full of potential when the regional semifinals open Friday.
First it was Marquette. Then Miami. Now 12th-seeded Quinnipiac looks to continue its unlikely run against top-seeded South Carolina in the Sweet 16.
Clinging to a slim lead, Quinnipiac found itself in big foul trouble on the Hurricanes' home court. But the Bobcats bailed themselves out with 15 3-pointers to advance to their first Sweet 16.
Losses by the favorites in the Mid-American and Mountain West tournaments caused plenty of shifts, and paved the way for a few mid-majors -- including Chattanooga and Quinnipiac -- to move up on the board.
From players to watch and potential upsets to the best games in the first round, espnW breaks down each region of the women's NCAA tournament.
With five Top 25 teams, including unbeaten Princeton, the landscape for mid-majors hasn't looked this good since the 2011-12 season.
Quinnipiac University has agreed to settle the gender equity lawsuit that led a federal judge to rule that competitive cheerleading isn't a sport.
Quinnipiac might have had more able bodies at its disposal, but nobody has one quite like Maryland does with Alyssa Thomas, who led the Terps to the second round.