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Nikki McCray-Penson says she is stepping down as Bulldogs coach after one season due to unspecified health concerns she had hoped were behind her.
- Mississippi State's McCray-Penson steps down
- Wolfpack women add SEC All-Freshman Hayes
- DePaul replaces UConn in Jimmy V vs. Louisville
- South Carolina remains No. 1; top 10 unchanged
We break down the women's college basketball prospects who rose up the recruiting rankings in the Classes of 2022, 2023 and 2024.
Kim Mulkey's move from Baylor to Baton Rouge continues to impact the bracket. Baylor falls to a No. 2 seed, while LSU moves into the field as a No. 9.
Madison Hayes, who made the SEC's All-Freshman team last year with Mississippi State, is joining the Wolfpack.
The Summit League might have the biggest impact on the bubble, which will shrink rapidly if chalk doesn't hold in remaining conference tourneys.
The bubble looks different in 2021, with sub-.500 teams eligible for at-large berths and most mid-majors lacking opportunities to build their résumés.
As the sophomores continue to grow, so do South Carolina's championship hopes.
South Carolina is a Final Four-caliber team, but what other SEC squads have the potential? Plus, we discuss Ohio State and make our game picks.
Rhyne Howard still leads the way, but Stanford, South Carolina and UConn each put three players on our midseason list of the country's best players.
A competitive UConn-Tennessee game, some competition for Baylor in the Big 12 and a race for player of the year would be good for the game in 2021.
Which sophomores have made the biggest impact on women's college basketball so far this season? Plus, we name our player and team of the week.
Although bracketing becomes easier and seeding becomes less important with a one-site NCAA tournament, picking the teams might be harder than ever.
From text chains to taking to Twitter, coaches are getting creative in order to schedule games. Plus, we name our player and team of the week.