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ESPN's updated list includes a new (and unanimous) No. 1 and seven players who weren't on our preseason ranking.
These schools have double the chances of making a run in March Madness 2022.
A top-five clash, a 95-point victory and new faces in new places gave us plenty of takeaways to dissect as women's college basketball returned Tuesday.
Stanford is the reigning champ. South Carolina is No. 1 in the AP Top 25. But with perhaps the deepest roster in program history, UConn opens on top.
Virginia Tech has extended the contract of athletic director Whit Babcock for five years, through June 2029.
Kim Mulkey has moved on, but NaLyssa Smith is back at Baylor and leads our first offseason player rankings for next season.
The Big Ten put three teams in the top 10, but UConn, South Carolina and 2021 national champion Stanford remain the teams to beat.
Baylor, Oregon State and Wright State made jumps as we rank the women's NCAA tournament teams that remain heading into the second round.
Legendary Florida State play by play announcer Gene Deckerhoff joins the show to talk about tonight’s NCAA Tournament matchup between Florida State & Colorado. We also speak to ACCN CBB Analyst Debbie Antonelli ahead of her calling the Oklahoma/Gonzaga matchup and gives us a breakdown of the #1 seed vs #8.seed. Plus Virginia Tech Center Elizabeth Kitley stops by to talk about getting their first NCAA tournament victory since 2006 beating Marquette 70-63. And of course we look back at this week's "Top Plays" from the ACC.
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.
The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
Arkansas' Chelsea Dungee is now a top-five WNBA draft pick. Which other players are potential first-rounders? Dungee is also our player of the week.
Previously unbeaten No. 2 NC State and third-ranked UConn were upset on a busy night of games in women's college basketball.
Virginia Tech's 83-71 overtime win over No. 2 NC State was just its second ever against a top-5 team.
Virginia Tech graduate transfer Trinity Baptiste, last season's ACC Sixth Player of the Year, announced her commitment to Arizona on Tuesday.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Ivana Raca had 16 points and six rebounds, Gina Conti scored four of her 11 points in the final minute and Wake Forest beat Virginia Tech 58-55 on Thursday in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Jazmine Jones scored 18 points to lead No. 5 Louisville to a 70-53 victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday.
The Cardinals' victory over NC State left the teams in a tie for first place in the conference.
Elissa Cunane scored 17 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead No. 7 North Carolina State to a 71-59 victory over Virginia Tech on Thursday night, ending the Hokies' 16-game home winning streak.
Elissa Cunane scored 14 of her 28 points in the final 7:10 to lift No. 9 N.C. State to a 76-69 win over Virginia Tech on Thursday night.
Nausia Woolfolk scored 21 points and Nicki Ekhomu added 16 points as No. 8 Florida State won its first 13 games for the first time in school history with an 86-62 victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday.