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Friday June 18th, 2021 1:36AM

AP Sports - Women's College Basketball

Few Black women coaches lead Power Five basketball programs
Dawn Staley and Joni Taylor embraced before and after the Southeastern Conference Tournament championship, savoring a historic moment in women’s college basketball
9:36AM ( 2 months ago )
Nixon's overtime bank shot sends Texas A&M past Iowa State
Jordan Nixon banked in a short jump shot at the buzzer in overtime, giving her a career-high 35 points and lifting Texas A&M to an 84-82 victory over Iowa State in the second round of the women’s NCAA Tournament
11:27PM ( 2 months ago )
Nixon buzzer beater in OT lifts A&M over Iowa State 84-82
Jordan Nixon banked in a short jump shot at the buzzer in overtime, giving her a career-high 35 points and lifting Texas A&M to an 84-82 victory over Iowa State in the second round of the women’s NCAA Tournament
9:53PM ( 2 months ago )
Oregon women top Georgia 57-50, return to Sweet 16 as 6 seed
Sedona Prince scored 22 points, Nyara Sabally took over late and sixth-seeded Oregon beat No. 3 Georgia 57-50 in the women’s NCAA Tournament to advance to its fourth straight Sweet 16
7:39PM ( 2 months ago )
Maryland women pour it on Alabama 100-64 to reach Sweet 16
Maryland and its offensive juggernaut are rolling fast and easy into the Sweet 16, getting 19 points from Angel Reese and overwhelming Alabama 100-64
4:03PM ( 2 months ago )
Jones and 3-pointers key No. 1 Stanford over Cowgirls 73-62
Haley Jones scored 17 points and Stanford unleashed another barrage of 3-pointers as the overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament booked yet another trip to the Sweet 16 with a 73-62 win over No. 8 Oklahoma State
12:09AM ( 2 months ago )
Bueckers and UConn top Syracuse 83-47, advance to Sweet 16
Paige Bueckers scored 20 points and Aaliyah Edwards added 19 to help No. 1 seed UConn beat eighth-seeded Syracuse 83-47 and advance to the Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA Tournament
11:39PM ( 2 months ago )
No rally needed: Georgia Tech rolls over WVU 73-56 in NCAAs
Lotta-Maj Lahtinen scored 22 points, Lorela Cubaj had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 5 seed Georgia Tech used a big third quarter to beat No. 4 West Virginia 73-56 in the second round of the women’s NCAA Tournament
9:13PM ( 2 months ago )
Michigan women reach Sweet 16 for first time, beat Tennessee
Leigha Brown scored 23 points and Naz Hillmon added 19 to lead No. 6 seed Michigan to its first Sweet 16 appearance with a 70-55 win over third-seeded Tennessee in the women’s NCAA Tournament
9:04PM ( 2 months ago )
Williams' wish is for a long Stanford stay in her hometown
Kiana Williams had one wish all along: She wants top-seeded Stanford to keep playing in her hometown for as long as possible
12:03AM ( 2 months ago )