Ross Bjork, who had served as Ole Miss' athletic director for the past seven years, has been named athletic director at Texas A&M. Bjork replaces Scott Woodward, who left for the same role at LSU in April.
2019 SeasonAll times ET
- 11/7W 65-54
- 11/11W 73-53
- 11/1418L 75-65
- 11/20W 61-40
- 11/23W 97-56
- 11/29L 74-68
- 12/6W 68-52
- 12/8W 84-27
- 12/14W 70-63
- 12/158W 76-70
- 12/19W 71-51
- 12/21W 70-57
- 12/29W 84-61
- 1/323L 60-57
- 1/6L 63-52
- 1/10W 50-43
- 1/13W 70-43
- 1/20W 76-66
- 1/24W 69-67
- 1/2715W 73-71
- 1/31W 69-53
- 2/3W 72-60
- 2/7L 70-65
- 2/14W 59-55
- 2/175L 92-64
- 2/21W 79-62
- 2/25W 80-62
- 2/2811W 62-55
- 3/3W 66-53
- 3/8W 64-62
- 3/9L 58-51
- 3/2213W 84-61
- 3/245W 78-76
- 3/301L 87-80
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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.
- AD Bjork leaves Ole Miss for Texas A&M job
- Aggies turn to legend Slocum for interim AD role
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
- Aggies to honor Bush with patches, decals
Texas A&M has named coaching legend R.C. Slocum the school's new interim athletic director while it searches for a permanent replacement for Scott Woodward, who left the Aggies to take over at LSU.
Arike Ogunbowale outdueled Chennedy Carter as Notre Dame joined Baylor, Iowa and Stanford in the Elite Eight. We wrap up Saturday's best storylines.
Arike Ogunbowale scored a career-high 34 points, Jessica Shepard added 24 points and 14 rebounds, and defending national champion Notre Dame beat Texas A&M in the Sweet 16 for the second straight year, 87-80 on Saturday.
Experience and Arike Ogunbowale's career-high 34 points won out as the Irish staved off a 35-point effort from Texas A&M's Chennedy Carter.
What are the biggest X factors in the Sweet 16? Our expert panel makes game-by-game predictions for each matchup in the regional semifinals.
Charlie Creme and Mechelle Voepel break down the Sweet 16, including the matchups they're most looking forward to (hint, can UCLA upset UConn?).
ESPN's Nell Fortner and LaChina Robinson look at whether Missouri State can challenge Stanford and how Arike Ogunbowale and Chennedy Carter match up.
A look at the best of Sunday's second-round games in the 2019 women's NCAA tournament.
Chennedy Carter scored 30 points, Shambria Washington hit the go-ahead 3-pointer late and No. 4 Texas A&M got a 78-76 win over fifth-seed Marquette in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
Chennedy Carter scored 27 points in her return from injury, with 14 coming in Texas A&M's huge first quarter, to help the No. 4 Aggies cruise to an 84-61 win over No. 13 Wright State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.
From teams making their debut to where to look for upsets, we break down the top storylines to track as the 2019 women's tournament tips off Friday.
Notre Dame and Stanford are favorites to reach the regional semis. But don't expect the rest of the chalk to hold in this high-scoring region.
Baylor was named the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament Monday.
Chelsea Dungee scored seven of her 17 points in the fourth quarter to help 10th-seeded Arkansas beat No. 15 Texas A&M 58-51 on Saturday night and advance to its first SEC tournament championship game.
Kayla Wells scored 28 points and hit the game-winner with 5.3 seconds left to push No. 15 Texas A&M past Auburn 64-62 on Friday night in a Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinal.
Baylor (Greensboro), UConn (Albany), Louisville (Chicago) and Notre Dame (Portland) remain No. 1 seeds. Texas A&M replaced Gonzaga in the top 16.