Syracuse point guard Tiana Mangakahia is halfway through treatment for breast cancer and says she often wonders, "Why me?''
2019 SeasonAll times ET
- 11/6W 85-49
- 11/103L 75-73
- 11/1420W 75-65
- 11/18W 70-56
- 11/22W 70-61
- 11/23W 92-61
- 11/2416W 83-81
- 11/2920L 72-68
- 12/2W 98-55
- 12/5W 96-51
- 12/17W 94-45
- 12/21W 87-71
- 12/22W 57-52
- 1/3W 84-75
- 1/6W 75-73
- 1/13W 90-77
- 1/17W 82-50
- 1/20L 65-55
- 1/23L 84-71
- 1/27W 64-55
- 1/31W 72-68
- 2/72L 76-51
- 2/10W 96-69
- 2/1312L 77-73
- 2/17W 77-57
- 2/21W 90-63
- 2/254L 98-68
- 2/2822W 94-88
- 3/3W 76-59
- 3/7W 67-57
- 3/816W 92-85
- 3/94L 91-66
- 3/2314W 70-49
- 3/256L 75-64
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Syracuse senior Tiana Mangakahia announced Monday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. A two-time first-team All-ACC selection, Mangakahia was second in the nation last year in assists.
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- Pepperdine coach Milton-Jones leaving for Cuse
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
Pepperdine women's basketball coach DeLisha Milton-Jones is leaving for Syracuse, where she will be an assistant and recruiting coordinator.
After spending her last summer season with her AAU team, Angel Reese plans to visit her five finalists: Maryland, Tennessee, South Carolina, USC and Syracuse.
Oregon is one of three Pac-12 teams in the top six. Reigning NCAA champion Baylor checks in at No. 2, and UConn starts out at No. 7.
Madison Guebert scored 18 of her 20 points on 3-pointers, including two critical 3s in the fourth quarter, to lead No. 6 seed South Dakota State to a 75-64 win over third-seeded Syracuse on Monday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
A look at the best of Saturday's first-round games in the 2019 women's NCAA tournament.
Syracuse guard Tiana Mangakahia just missed a triple-double with 21 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds to lead the third-seeded Orange past No. 14 Fordham 70-49 on Saturday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Baylor was named the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament Monday.
Jackie Young had 18 points and 13 rebounds, and No. 4 Notre Dame advanced to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game by routing No. 18 Syracuse 91-66 on Saturday in a semifinal.
Syracuse, UCLA and South Carolina -- even on a day in which the Gamecocks were upset -- were the big winners in Friday's conference tournament games.
Quarterfinal upsets proved costly Friday for the Beavers and Gamecocks, whose losses helped Syracuse and Miami both climb to No. 3 seeds.
After topping fellow projected 4-seed Miami in the ACC quarters, the Orange were placed closer to home in Albany, while the Canes shift to Portland.
Tiana Mangakahia had 25 points plus 13 assists and No. 18 Syracuse made an ACC Tournament-record 14 3-pointers to beat No. 16 Miami 92-85 on Friday in a quarterfinal.
Digna Strautmane led a balanced attack with 14 points and 18th-ranked Syracuse, the fifth seeded, turned back 12th seeded Virginia 67-57 in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament on Thursday.
Tiana Mangakahia scored 27 points with eight assists and seven rebounds and No. 17 Syracuse closed the regular season on Sunday by pulling away for a 76-59 win over Boston College.
Tiana Mangakahia matched her career high with 44 points and No. 17 Syracuse defeated No. 22 Florida State 94-88 on Thursday night.
Arike Ogunbowale had 24 points as all five starters scored in double figures and fourth-ranked Notre Dame overpowered No. 17 Syracuse 98-68 on Monday night.
Emily Engstler scored 13 of her career-high 17 points in the first half and No. 18 Syracuse coasted to an 82-50 win over Pittsburgh on Thursday night.
Miranda Drummond scored 17 points with six rebounds, Tiana Mangakahia had 15 points, six rebounds and nine assists and No. 16 Syracuse defeated Wake Forest 77-57 on Sunday.