Taylor Mikesell matched her career high with 23 points, and No. 8 Maryland cruised to a 99-55 victory over Delaware on Sunday.
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Women's basketball coach Natasha Adair is leaving Georgetown, where she took over in 2014, to coach at Delaware.
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As expected, Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins were the first three draft picks Monday. Now it's time for the trio to play well and help the WNBA continue to grow.
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Brittney Griner has been in a class by herself all season. Now she's part of a select group.
Kentucky held off Delaware to advance to the Elite Eight.
Kentucky's fast pace and high-pressure defense wore down Delaware on Saturday, sending the Wildcats to the Elite Eight and ending Elena Delle Donne's college career.
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Before the regional semifinals tip off Saturday, we predict the winners.
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From a region full of senior point guards to a pair of Pac-12 vs. SEC showdowns in another, we take a quick look at the next round now that the Sweet 16 is set.
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Elena Delle Donne scored 33 points and got plenty of help from her teammates as Delaware downed North Carolina to reach its first Sweet 16.
The seed suggests Delaware might be a Cinderella. But the Blue Hens are right at home in their small gym.
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Players and coaches will say all of the right things, about how every team in the NCAA tournament must be feared. But don't let that rhetoric fool you. Colorado and Delaware are probably looking at the bracket right now and grimacing.
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No team in the CAA has been able to beat Delaware and Elena Delle Donne the past two seasons. Drexel and guard Hollie Mershon get another shot Sunday with an NCAA tournament bid on the line.
Elena Delle Donne is always going to bear the weight of Delaware's postseason hopes on her shoulders, but it helps to have point guard Kayla Miller -- who's finally healthy after back problems nearly ended her career -- by her side.
We rarely get to see Elena Delle Donne play. But spotlight or not, the Delaware star's story and game are as good as it gets.
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