Nobody made more of a senior-season jump than Mississippi State recruit Aliyah Matharu.
2019 SeasonAll times ET
- 11/6W 88-53
- 11/9W 72-44
- 11/15W 104-53
- 11/18W 110-38
- 11/21W 106-41
- 11/24W 105-38
- 11/28W 98-63
- 12/210W 67-49
- 12/618W 87-82
- 12/14W 86-42
- 12/187L 82-74
- 12/20W 103-56
- 12/30W 104-36
- 1/3W 93-69
- 1/616W 86-71
- 1/10W 80-71
- 1/14W 85-59
- 1/1715W 89-74
- 1/24W 90-42
- 1/27W 80-49
- 1/31W 68-35
- 2/3W 65-49
- 2/10W 91-63
- 2/14L 75-67
- 2/1722W 92-64
- 2/21W 80-66
- 2/24W 86-70
- 2/28W 76-56
- 3/314W 68-64
- 3/8W 83-68
- 3/9W 71-56
- 3/10W 101-70
- 3/2216W 103-46
- 3/249W 85-61
- 3/295W 76-53
- 3/312L 88-84
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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.
Guard Jackie Young, who announced Monday that she will leave Notre Dame after three seasons, is the predicted No. 1 pick for Wednesday's WNBA draft.
With Sabrina Ionescu staying put, Asia Durr is now the projected No. 1 pick. Sophie Cunningham and Jessica Shepard also moved into the first round.
Six players projected to be first-round picks in our third WNBA mock draft will play Friday in the Women's Final Four. Sabrina Ionescu remains No. 1.
Napheesa Collier is joined on the AP All-America team by Iowa's Megan Gustafson, Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu, Louisville's Asia Durr and Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan.
UConn is in its 12th Final Four and Oregon advanced for the first time after the No. 2 seeds knocked off the top seeds in their regions on Sunday.
Sabrina Ionescu scored 14 of her 31 points in the final quarter as the Ducks took down No. 1 seed Mississippi State in the Portland Regional final.
Thanks to another stellar performance from Sabrina Ionescu and a lift from a home-state crowd, Oregon is heading to its first women's Final Four.
Baylor and Notre Dame are unanimous picks to reach the Women's Final Four. Our panel is split on UConn-Louisville and Mississippi State-Oregon.
Is Louisville-UConn the best game in the Elite Eight? Can any of the No. 2 seeds knock off the top seeds in the regional final? Games resume Sunday.
Oregon handed Mississippi State one of its two losses when the teams met in December. This time, a trip to the Final Four is on the line.
UConn, Louisville, Mississippi State and Oregon have advanced to the Elite Eight. We wrap up the best storylines as the Sweet 16 opened.
Teaira McCowan had 22 points and 13 rebounds, and top-seeded Mississippi State earned a spot in the Elite Eight for the third straight season with a 76-53 victory Friday night over No. 5 Arizona State.
Mississippi State center Teaira McCowan passed Sylvia Fowles to become the leading rebounder in NCAA tournament history, with 222.
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.
After seven seasons as a head coach and a lifetime as a Lady Vol, Holly Warlick is out at Tennessee. Here are the top candidates to succeed her.
ESPN's Basketball Power Index looks at every Sweet 16 team's odds to reach the Elite Eight, the Final Four and the NCAA final, and to win the title.
Teaira McCowan had 30 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks to help No. 1 seed Mississippi State roll to an 85-61 win over ninth-seeded Clemson on Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Anriel Howard scored 23 points, Teaira McCowan added 22 and top-seeded Mississippi State rolled past No. 16 seed Southern 103-46 on Friday night in the NCAA Tournament.
After losing in the NCAA title game the past two seasons, coach Vic Schaefer won't allow any letup. Friday, the Bulldogs rolled to a 57-point rout.
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.
Call it the region of unfinished business. Top seed Mississippi State seeks its first NCAA title, while 2-seed Oregon tries to reach its first Final Four.
This NCAA tournament might be as wide open as any since 2006, which is also the last time UConn was not a No. 1 seed.