Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/8W 74-67
- 11/10W 86-81
- 11/13L 102-94
- 11/16W 63-53
- 11/24W 94-75
- 11/29L 67-47
- 11/30W 94-62
- 12/1W 83-82
- 12/5W 103-18
- 12/17L 93-84
- 12/21L 79-67
- 12/29W 73-49
- 1/3W 104-87
- 1/1020L 69-67
- 1/12W 73-65
- 1/17W 105-65
- 1/19W 108-44
- 1/24W 69-67
- 1/26L 77-76
- 1/31W 87-66
- 2/2W 80-52
- 2/7W 91-76
- 2/924L 89-83
- 2/13W 66-51
- 2/15W 92-71
- 2/20W 85-72
- 2/22W 87-82
- 2/28W 83-75
- 3/1W 83-79
- 3/6L 91-78
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From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jill Townsend in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
Brice Calip scored 22 points and handed out eight assists and No. 24 Missouri State held off Drake 89-83 on Sunday.
Sydney Manning hit a 3-pointer as time ran out to give No. 20 Missouri State a 69-67 victory over Drake on Friday night.
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Jordan Roundtree hit a free throw after being fouled with 1.1 seconds left in overtime and seventh-seeded Missouri beat Drake 77-76 on Friday to advance to the NCAA Tournament's round of 32 for the third time in four years.
Alexa Willard scored a career-high 30 points and second-seeded Missouri State ended No. 21 Drake's 12-game winning streak with a 94-79 victory in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament on Sunday for the Bears' 15th NCAA Tournament berth.
Becca Hittner, the two-time Missouri Valley player of the year, scored 16 of her 22 points in the second half to propel No. 21 Drake into the conference tournament championship game with a 65-54 win over fourth-seeded Illinois State on Saturday.
Two-time Player of the Year Becca Hittner scored 18 points and No. 21 Drake used a game-breaking run in the first quarter on Friday to roll to an 86-58 win over ninth-seeded Valparaiso in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament quarterfinals.
Becca Hittner scored 21 points and No. 22 Drake rolled by Bradley 95-63 on Saturday to wrap up its third consecutive outright Missouri Valley Conference regular-season title.
Sara Rhine was nearly perfect, Becca Hittner scored 23 points and No. 22 Drake clinched at least a share of its third straight Missouri Valley Conference regular-season championship, defeating Illinois State 88-61 on Thursday night.
Sara Rhine scored 19 points, Sammie Bachrodt 17 and Becca Hittner 15 with 12 rebounds to lead No. 23 Drake to a 70-61 win over Missouri State on Sunday and give the Bulldogs sole possession of first place in the Missouri Valley Conference.
Becca Hittner scored 10 of her 23 points in the fourth quarter and No. 23 Drake held off a second-half rally to beat Southern Illinois 71-64 on Friday night.
Becca Hittner scored 33 points, Sara Rhine added 21 points and 10 rebounds and No. 24 Drake rolled past Indiana State 96-77 on Sunday.
Sara Rhine scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds and No. 24 Drake used a big third quarter to pull away from Evansville in a 66-39 victory on Friday night.
Gonzaga's stumble against BYU opened the No. 1 spot for South Dakota, which is joined by fellow Summit power South Dakota State in the top three.
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