Albany's women's basketball team postpones first three games because of coronavirus.
Emily Engstler had her second-straight double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds and No. 20 Syracuse used 10-point advantages in the second and fourth quarters to dispatch Albany 75-53 on Saturday.
Despite returning four starters from last year's national championship game, Syracuse was given a No. 8 seed this year and "earned" an early matchup with UConn.
After winning their 108th straight game, the UConn Huskies are another victory closer to their ultimate goal: a fifth straight national championship.
Albany and Boise State officially clinched their spots in the NCAA tournament on Friday. But Long Beach State replaced UC Davis as the Big West's representative in our projection. Eight bids will be decided on Saturday, with eight more on the line Sunday.
Albany beat Maine 66-50 on Friday to win the America East tournament title for a record sixth straight time and earn the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
University at Albany women's basketball coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson is leaving the school to coach Central Florida.
From a pair of upsets by teams from the state of New York to the day's biggest performances, Charlie Creme recaps everything you need to know from the opening day of the women's NCAA tournament.
No.12 Albany upsets No. 5 Florida 61-59 despite a scoring error that gave an extra point to the Gators.
Eleanna Christinaki leads Florida with 11 points but the Gators fall short vs. the Albany Great Danes' 61-59 in the First Round of the Women's NCAA Tournament.
While it might not be a surprise that President Obama is picking UConn to win the women's title, he does have a shocker to crash the Final Four in Indy.
Women's final: Duke 54, Albany 52
Four-seed Duke survived a tough challenge from Albany to improve to 22-0 all-time in opening-round tournament games. Rebecca Greenwell had 20 points to lead the way.
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.
Talent exists everywhere in college basketball, not just on campuses with big football stadiums. With that in mind, here are the mid-major players who will make it worth the effort to seek them out.
Third-seeded North Carolina found a way to escape Albany. So how did the Tar Heels advance out of the first round.
The seed suggests Delaware might be a Cinderella. But the Blue Hens are right at home in their small gym.