2022 Season

2022 Schedule
13-3, 1st in Pac-12
Cameron Brink fired up after big and-1 bucket for Stanford (0:25)
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AP Photo/David Zalubowski
6dMechelle Voepel

Stanford tops Colorado; no unbeatens left in D-I

Stanford's 60-52 victory over Colorado, which entered the night 13-0, means there are no more unbeaten teams in Division I men's or women's basketball.

Ashten Prechtel knocks down deep 3 (0:26)
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Cameron Brink ties it up with strong layup (0:22)
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Colorado bench gets hyped as Jaylyn Sherrod forces a turnover (0:20)
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Jaylyn Sherrod starts off strong with nice cut to basket for layup (0:15)
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Stanford's Lexie Hull catches fire from deep in 33-point performance (1:12)
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AP Photo/Keith Srakocic
24dMechelle Voepel

4 women's hoops games with ranked teams ppd.

Several women's college basketball games scheduled this week were postponed, including games involving top-10 teams Stanford, Arizona and Maryland.

Associated Press
30dKatie Barnes

S. Carolina wins 1-2 showdown with record rally

No. 1 South Carolina improved to 12-0 on Tuesday night and added a chapter to its history book, defeating No. 2 Stanford 65-61 by overcoming an 18-point first-half deficit, the largest rally in program history.

South Carolina comes back from 18-point deficit to beat Stanford (0:53)
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UConn falls out of top 10 for 1st time since 2005

UConn has fallen out of the top 10 for the first time since 2005. The 11th-ranked Huskies have lost three games this season, the first time they've lost that many before the new year since 2004.

Ashten Prechtel gets hot from deep in the 4th quarter (0:39)
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Alexus Dye swoops in for Tennessee and-1 bucket (0:24)
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Haley Jones spins for acrobatic finish for Stanford (0:22)
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UConn women fall to lowest AP ranking since '07

UConn dropped four spots to No. 7 in the women's AP Top 25 released Monday, its lowest ranking in 14 years while South Carolina remained the unanimous No. 1 team in the rankings.