Conference tourney losses Thursday left the Irish's streak of consecutive NCAA tournament appearances in jeopardy and Mississippi St. on the bubble.
No freshman has ever been named the national women's player of the year, but the UConn star has made a compelling case. Who else is in the running?
- UConn still atop AP poll; NC State back at No. 2
- UConn new No. 1 in AP women's basketball poll
- No. 3 Louisville has virus issues again, game ppd.
- Cunane returns to lead NC State past No. 1 L'ville
Thirty-one automatic berths are up for grabs during Championship Week. Which teams will win their conference tournaments and NCAA auto bid?
Sunday's upsets and an ever-changing Bracketology seem to indicate the NCAA tournament will be the most wide open in recent memory.
The bubble looks different in 2021, with sub-.500 teams eligible for at-large berths and most mid-majors lacking opportunities to build their résumés.
UConn remained the No. 1 team in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll, while NC State returned to No. 2.
From graduate students bringing experience to sophomores who have found a better fit, we rank the best transfers who have elevated their teams.
The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
In a season of COVID-19 pauses and cancellations, anything seems possible. So just how far could each team in Monday's top-16 reveal go in 2021?
From why Baylor and NC State were seeded lower than expected to how COVID-19 pauses impacted seeds, here are the biggest takeaways from the reveal.
The UConn Huskies have returned to a familiar place in the national rankings, climbing to No. 1 in the latest Associated Press women's basketball poll released on Monday.
The NCAA selection committee will reveal its current top-16 teams at halftime of Monday's Stanford-Oregon game (ESPN/ESPN App, 9 p.m. ET).
Sunday's Louisville-Syracuse women's basketball game has been postponed due to a positive test for COVID-19 in the Cardinals' program.
LaChina Robinson and Debbie Antonelli discuss who could be in the new lineup for the top teams in the country after a key loss and some key wins from other powerhouse teams including NC State, South Carolina, UConn and Louisville.
LaChina Robinson welcomes ACC analyst Debbie Antonelli to the show to weigh in on where Louisville goes after their loss to NC State, where the Wolfpack stands in the landscape of women's hoops, who should be the new No. 1 team in the country, player of year candidates and much more. Plus, ATR delves into WNBA Free Agency with Winsidr's Ben Dull who gives us some insight into Candace Parker's move to Chicago, the outlook of Mystics, Sue Bird's future in Seattle, the Aces with Chelsea Gray and so much more!
Led by the return of leading scorer and rebounder Elissa Cunane after almost a month sidelined, No. 4 NC State took down No. 1 Louisville, the last remaining undefeated team in the women's Top 25, on Monday night.
The undefeated Louisville Cardinals once again find themselves atop the AP women's basketball poll with South Carolina moving up a couple of spots to No. 2.
ESPN Basketball Analyst Rebecca Lobo makes her debut on the show to preview tonight's big showdown between NC State & Louisville in women's hoops. Plus we visit with Virginia Tech Guard, Hunter Cattoor fresh off their big 65-51 win over #8 Virginia. And does Coach K have Duke coming alive after their big 65-51 win over Clemson.
Previously unbeaten No. 2 NC State and third-ranked UConn were upset on a busy night of games in women's college basketball.
Virginia Tech's 83-71 overtime win over No. 2 NC State was just its second ever against a top-5 team.