Does UConn's return to the Big East work for or against the rest of the league? Plus, DePaul and Villanova could have player of the year candidates.
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Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Olivia Elger scored a career-high 28 points and powered Creighton's comeback from a 22-point deficit to snap No. 11 DePaul's 10-game winning streak 63-61 on Friday night.
The Big East has been a land of opportunity since UConn left. Teams like DePaul and Marquette know this is one last push for conference dominance.
Chante Stonewall scored 26 points, Lexi Held added 23 and Sonya Morris came up with a big steal in the closing seconds and No. 16 DePaul pulled out a 74-71 win over Creighton on Sunday.
Baylor, with the No. 1 team in men's basketball and the No. 2-ranked defending national champ in women's hoops, leads ESPN's updated combined rankings.
Holiday tournaments got off to a hot start, as No. 17 Indiana upset No. 5 South Carolina for its first victory over a top-five team since 2010.
Jaylyn Agnew scored a career-high 34 points with six 3-pointers, Tatum Rembao had 19 points, nine rebounds and 10 assists, and Creighton beat No. 23 West Virginia 82-75 on Thursday in the Cancun Challenge.
Audrey Faber scored 24 points and Creighton upset No. 13 Marquette 71-65 on Friday night.
Natisha Hiedeman scored 16 points to lead a balanced attack and No. 20 Marquette didn't miss all-time leading scorer Allazia Blockton in an 85-67 win over Creighton on Monday.
Brooke Kissinger hit a career-best six 3-pointers on her way to a career-high 20 points and Creighton stunned No. 19 DePaul 85-82 in a Big East Conference opener on Saturday night.
Becca Hittner scored 15 of her 23 points in the fourth quarter to help No. 24 Drake pull away for an 85-69 victory over Creighton on Wednesday.
Jordin Canada scored 21 points and Japreece Dean added 16 points to lead third-seeded UCLA to an 86-64 victory over No. 11 seed Creighton in the second round of the women's NCAA Tournament on Monday night.
Jaylyn Agnew scored 24 points and Sydney Lamberty added 20 to lead No. 11 Creighton to a 76-70 win over No. 6 seeded Iowa in a first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Talking about parity is tricky on the same day UConn scored nearly 100 points in a half. But No. 12 seed Florida Gulf Coast and 11 seeds Central Michigan, Buffalo and Creighton ensured mid-majors will be represented in the second round.
It's a lucky draw for Oregon and a rocky road for Duke, as Graham Hays breaks down the winners and losers after the selection committee revealed the women's NCAA tournament bracket.
Will Baylor wind up as a No. 1 seed? Is the bubble any clearer after the NCAA's final eight reveal on Sunday? And which 16 teams will host the early rounds? The women's NCAA tournament bracket will be revealed on Selection Monday (ESPN, 7 p.m. ET).
The NCAA committee revealed the final eight teams being considered for the last four spots in the bracket. Nebraska didn't make the list. So what does that mean for the rest of the bubble? Charlie Creme lists Minnesota, Rutgers, Buffalo and Creighton as the "last four in." And the Cornhuskers are a No. 9 seed.
The NCAA women's basketball tournament selection committee on Sunday released the final eight teams under consideration for the last four spots in the women's bracket: Buffalo, Creighton, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Purdue, Rutgers, USC and West Virginia.
How did Saturday's eight conference tournament finals impact our latest projection? Six new teams -- Cal State Northridge, Elon, Grambling, Seattle, Stephen F. Austin and Western Kentucky -- joined the field. Rutgers, Buffalo, Creighton and Nebraska are the "last four in."
The NCAA tournament field is taking shape, as five more automatic bids were won Tuesday. That left South Dakota on the wrong side of the bubble, and Minnesota, Rutgers, Creighton and Nebraska as the "last four in."
The NCAA tournament field is taking shape, as two more automatic bids were won Monday. But all eyes are on the bubble, and in Charlie Creme's latest projection, Southern California is out and South Dakota State is in. Minnesota, Rutgers and Creighton join the Jackrabbits in the "last four in."
George Washington, Louisville, Mercer, Ohio State, Oregon and South Carolina punched their tickets Sunday. Charlie Creme's updated projection included only minor movement, with no new teams joining the 64-team field, and Minnesota, Creighton, Rutgers and Southern Cal still the "last four in."
Applying the philosophy the NCAA Division I women's basketball committee appeared to use in its first reveal shed some light further down the S-curve. That was good news for Creighton, Purdue and Nebraska but not for TCU.
Two years after resigning as Nebraska's head coach amid allegations of bullying, Connie Yori is returning to women's basketball as a member of the staff at her alma mater, Creighton.