Which programs benefited most as players moved destinations this offseason? North Carolina, Arkansas, Baylor and Kentucky were among the big winners.
2020 SeasonAll times ET
- 11/5W 119-56
- 11/108L 63-54
- 11/13W 70-68
- 11/17W 99-55
- 11/20W 88-54
- 11/24W 107-52
- 11/29W 63-44
- 11/30W 90-26
- 12/513L 66-59
- 12/8W 105-45
- 12/18W 114-41
- 12/2823W 70-55
- 12/31L 81-58
- 1/6W 72-62
- 1/9L 66-61
- 1/1224W 77-49
- 1/16W 87-69
- 1/2017W 76-62
- 1/23W 79-60
- 1/2622W 70-61
- 1/30W 85-65
- 2/3W 94-53
- 2/618W 79-69
- 2/9W 79-50
- 2/1317W 93-59
- 2/16W 106-69
- 2/19W 85-56
- 2/25W 88-45
- 3/1W 99-44
- 3/6W 74-62
- 3/720W 66-51
- 3/8W 82-65
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With the state of college football and basketball in limbo, coaches and recruits across the country have had to find new ways to go about age-old practices during the spring.
- Maryland star Mikesell transferring to Oregon
- Terps sophomore Mikesell enters transfer portal
- Mississippi State's Bibby transferring to Maryland
- Maryland rising star Austin enters transfer portal
Top 3-point threat Taylor Mikesell will transfer from Maryland to Oregon. Ducks coach Kelly Graves called Mikesell "a tremendous fit for our program."
From Baylor's Kim Mulkey and UConn's Geno Auriemma to South Carolina's Dawn Staley and Stanford's Tara VanDerveer, who will follow in their footsteps?
Maryland's transfers, Destiny Slocum's move to Arkansas and new homes for Vic Schaefer and Niele Ivey had a domino effect on the bracket.
Paige Bueckers, the top recruit in the Class of 2020, and Azzi Fudd, No. 1 in 2021, lead the way, but the Class of 2023 has a lot of potential.
Sophomore Taylor Mikesell, who averaged 11.2 points for Maryland last season and was 12th in Division I with 90 3-pointers, has entered the transfer portal.
Chloe Bibby, one of the highest-profile players to explore a move, is transferring from Mississippi State to Maryland.
As the 2020 WNBA draft approaches, ESPN looked at the schools that have produced the best players at each position. UConn fared well.
This weekend, New Orleans was scheduled to host the Final Four, and our panel thinks Baylor, Oregon and South Carolina would have been favorites to win it all.
We'll have to wait a year for them to make their NCAA tournament debuts, but these freshmen stood out this season and should star in 2020-21.
While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Shakira Austin, a second-team All-Big Ten selection this season, averaged 12 points and 6.8 rebounds a game.
Dawn Staley, Geno Auriemma, Kelly Graves, Kim Mulkey and Brenda Frese continue to grapple with the season ending without a women's NCAA tournament.
Stephanie Jones scored 18 points and Ashley Owusu had 17 points and 11 assists to lead No. 6 Maryland past Ohio State 82-65 in Sunday's Big Ten tournament championship game.
Freshman Diamond Miller scored 15 points and classmate Ashley Owusu added 14 to help No. 6 Maryland beat 20th-ranked Indiana 66-51 on Saturday night in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
Reigning winner Sabrina Ionescu is joined by Oregon teammates Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally on the list of 15 finalists for this season's John R. Wooden Award.
Taylor Mikesell scored 22 points and Stephanie Jones added 14 points and 13 rebounds Friday, helping No. 6 Maryland pull away from Purdue 74-62 in the first of four Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal games.
The Pac-12 once again placed five seeds in the top 16, as revealed by the NCAA women's basketball selection committee on Monday.
Taylor Mikesell scored 22 points on 6-for-8 shooting from 3-point range to lead seventh-ranked Maryland's romp past Minnesota 99-44 on Sunday afternoon as the Terrapins forged a tie for the Big Ten title and finished the regular season on a 14-game...