Iowa was scheduled to fly into Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Wednesday night, but Maryland said, "Out of caution due to Wednesday's inauguration activities in Washington, D.C., Iowa made the decision to not travel to Maryland."
Rhyne Howard still leads the way, but Stanford, South Carolina and UConn each put three players on our midseason list of the country's best players.
- Iowa ppds. Maryland trip due to inauguration
- Stanford adds game at UNLV after county ban
- South Carolina remains No. 1; top 10 unchanged
- Maryland AD, coaches volunteer for 10% pay cut
Maryland coach Brenda Frese says the Big Ten is the deepest she has seen it since the Terps joined the league seven seasons ago.
What do we make of Tennessee's start? Which under-the-radar players have our attention (hello, Caitlin Clark)? Which game most impacts Bracketology?
Stanford, which has been trying to adjust its schedule since last week's contact sports ban in Santa Clara County, has added a game at UNLV on Saturday.
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?
The at-large pool has grown to 33 with the Ivy League opting out. And if the NCAA tourney is held at one site, geographical placement is eliminated.
Signing Azzi Fudd bolsters UConn's talented recruiting class, but the Huskies still trail South Carolina for the top spot.
Northwestern looks to continue to build on its historic run last season, while Maryland looks to remain the standard-bearer in the Big Ten.
From UConn's Paige Bueckers and Evina Westbrook to Oregon's trio of transfers, new faces will have a huge impact on 2020-21. Here are the top 50.
Most league schedules aren't set, nonconference games aren't locked in, and plenty of questions remain six weeks before the start of the season.
Maryland football coach Mike Locksley, men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and women's basketball coach Brenda Frese are among those who have volunteered for a 10% pay cut.
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.
We picked the top five women's basketball prospects overall and five who rose up the rankings for the Class of 2021.
Which programs benefited most as players moved destinations this offseason? North Carolina, Arkansas, Baylor and Kentucky were among the big winners.
With the state of college football and basketball in limbo, coaches and recruits across the country have had to find new ways to go about age-old practices during the spring.
Top 3-point threat Taylor Mikesell will transfer from Maryland to Oregon. Ducks coach Kelly Graves called Mikesell "a tremendous fit for our program."
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.
Paige Bueckers, the top recruit in the Class of 2020, and Azzi Fudd, No. 1 in 2021, lead the way, but the Class of 2023 has a lot of potential.
Sophomore Taylor Mikesell, who averaged 11.2 points for Maryland last season and was 12th in Division I with 90 3-pointers, has entered the transfer portal.
Chloe Bibby, one of the highest-profile players to explore a move, is transferring from Mississippi State to Maryland.
As the 2020 WNBA draft approaches, ESPN looked at the schools that have produced the best players at each position. UConn fared well.