The Colonial Athletic Association on Wednesday released its men's and women's basketball schedules for the 2020-21 season using a format designed to limit travel and exposure to COVID-19.
- 11/25W 69-55
- 11/30L 80-64
- 12/3W 71-67
- 12/6W 89-70
- 12/9W 79-69
- 12/13L 85-54
- 12/1914L 101-59
- 1/3W 89-85
- 1/16W 75-63
- 1/17L 77-55
- 1/25W 67-49
- 1/26L 77-69
- 1/30W 70-56
- 1/31L 65-63
- 2/6W 67-55
- 2/7W 67-54
- 2/10L 83-74
- 2/16W 79-55
- 2/20L 94-88
- 2/21W 65-62
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- 2/28h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Conference tournaments continued to take a toll on the bubble through Friday's games. Georgia Tech is out and James Madison moves in.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jill Townsend in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
Shakira Austin scored 21 points and Ashley Owusu made a layup with four seconds left to help No. 8 Maryland rally from a 19-point fourth quarter deficit and beat James Madison 70-68 on Wednesday night.
Kenny Brooks, who spent the past 14 seasons at JMU, has been hired to coach the Virginia Tech women's basketball team.
While Louisville's Myisha Hines-Allen keyed a crucial run in the Cardinals' opening-round victory, DePaul's defense shut down James Madison's Jazmon Gwathmey to advance.
The DePaul Blue Demons shot 61 percent in the first half and played at a pace James Madison never adjusted to in a 97-67 first-round victory.
Now that we know the field of 64, what do espnW's contributors think about the bracket?
With five Top 25 teams, including unbeaten Princeton, the landscape for mid-majors hasn't looked this good since the 2011-12 season.
What can we really expect to learn when the NCAA selection committee unveils its current No. 1 seeds and top-20 teams Wednesday? Whether Princeton, James Madison and George Washington are included might be the biggest insights.
Princeton still leads the way, but a pair of Atlantic 10 teams -- No. 5 George Washington and No. 7 Dayton -- prepare to meet in a huge mid-major clash.
With an absence of upsets, or even many close games, the top-10 mid-major rankings remained mostly the same.
It might not be as impressive as Princeton breaking into the Top 25 for just the second time in program history, but the 16-0 Tigers also have taken over No. 1 in Graham Hays' biweekly mid-major poll.
Chattanooga, Long Beach State and Indiana State made their way into Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
After routing Michigan on the road, Princeton -- the only Ivy League team ever to open the season 9-0 -- moved up four spots to No. 2, trailing only Green Bay in Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
After knocking off teams from the Big Ten and Big East, Green Bay takes over the top spot in Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
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.
Dawn Evans knew a kidney transplant was inevitable. She just didn't know it would be now.
After scoring at least 30 points twice in three games, James Madison's Tarik Hislop is the espnW player of the week.
Florida State is off to a 5-0 start, Nebraska's Lindsey Moore is emerging as one of the nation's top point guards and Elena Delle Donne has returned to the court at Delaware.