Sunday's upsets and an ever-changing Bracketology seem to indicate the NCAA tournament will be the most wide open in recent memory.
- 11/28W 88-54
- 12/3W 89-80
- 12/6W 70-53
- 12/8L 85-79
- 12/138L 79-59
- 12/19L 61-55
- 1/1711L 67-51
- 1/24L 77-75
- 1/26W 98-68
- 1/29W 72-64
- 1/31W 84-74
- 2/135L 83-58
- 2/19W 77-52
- 2/218W 71-64
- 2/2814W 88-77
- 3/3W 71-63
- 3/419W 71-64
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The bubble looks different in 2021, with sub-.500 teams eligible for at-large berths and most mid-majors lacking opportunities to build their résumés.
- Oregon St.'s 4-year run in AP women's poll ends
- South Carolina remains No. 1; top 10 unchanged
- Pac-12 gives hoops go-ahead for Nov. 25 start
- Oregon, Oregon State drop 'Civil War' moniker
Oregon State's four-year run in the Top 25 ended Monday when the Beavers fell out of The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time since 2016.
What questions are we looking to get answered when UConn finally makes its season debut on Saturday? Is the ACC the country's deepest conference?
South Carolina remained at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 women's basketball poll as the top 10 stayed the same as in the preseason poll.
Canceled games will challenge schedules all season. But come March, it will still come down to: Who did you play, and who did you beat?
Signing Azzi Fudd bolsters UConn's talented recruiting class, but the Huskies still trail South Carolina for the top spot.
Sabrina Ionescu is gone, but with Stanford, Arizona, UCLA and Oregon all ranked in the top 10, the Pac-12 has plenty of star power left.
We ranked the top 25 women's basketball recruiting classes for 2021, and some familiar teams are near the top.
While Baylor and Louisville are climbing up the Way-Too-Early Top 25, South Carolina and Stanford remain at 1-2.
The Pac-12 announced Thursday that the conference's men's and women's basketball teams could begin their seasons on Nov. 25, the same day as the rest of the country.
Oregon and Oregon State will no longer use the phrase "Civil War" to promote rivalry games after conversations with university officials and current and former student-athletes at both schools.
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.
Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.
Oregon State All-Pac-12 guard Destiny Slocum has entered her name into the transfer portal. As a graduate student, she'll have immediate eligibility next season.
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.
The 24-year-old Wiese says she's only showing mild symptoms and feeling well overall.
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.
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.
Kiana Williams scored 23 points to lead No. 7 Stanford past No. 14 Oregon State 68-56 in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals on Friday night.
Kat Tudor scored 24 points and Mikayla Pivec scored 17 and No. 14-ranked Oregon State trounced Washington State 82-55 on Thursday night in the first round of the Pac-12 Conference Tournament.
The Pac-12 once again placed five seeds in the top 16, as revealed by the NCAA women's basketball selection committee on Monday.
Mikayla Pivec scored 19 points, Destiny Slocum added 17 and No. 17 Oregon State ended the regular season with a 73-58 victory over Washington State on Sunday.