Jessica Shepard had 20 points and 11 rebounds and No. 1 Notre Dame took command with a 24-1 run in the second quarter to beat Virginia Tech 80-51 on Wednesday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/9W 103-58
- 11/12W 75-55
- 11/1715W 101-77
- 11/22W 81-65
- 11/23W 82-64
- 11/249W 91-81
- 11/2914W 105-71
- 12/22L 89-71
- 12/8W 72-56
- 12/16W 103-53
- 12/19W 94-53
- 12/2219W 87-63
- 12/30W 95-68
- 1/3W 100-44
- 1/6W 76-55
- 1/102W 82-68
- 1/13W 78-48
- 1/16W 80-51
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LaChina Robinson brings in some of the best in Big Ten coverage for a roundtable discussion on the conference: Analyst Shelly Till and play-by-play announcers Lisa Byington and Blake DuDonis. Plus, Lynx point guard Danielle Robinson joins the show to discuss her offseason, her transition into the starting role following the departure of Lindsay Whalen and more.
- Notre Dame solidifies No. 1 ranking in poll
- Wooden Award list features 3 from Irish, UConn
- Irish atop women's poll; UConn No. 3 after loss
- McGraw apologizes for Irish's behavior in loss
Notre Dame remained No. 1 in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll after beating then-No. 2 Louisville last week.
The Nos. 1 and 2 seeds stayed the same, the Sun Devils and Longhorns replaced Tennessee and Iowa in the top 16 and Minnesota fell out of the field.
It started as another typically frustrating game against Louisville. But instead of shrinking from it, Notre Dame and Arike Ogunbowale leaned in.
Notre Dame lost its top ranking after falling in a 1-2 showdown in December. Back at No. 1, the Irish look to hand No. 2 Louisville its first loss.
The midseason top 25 for the John Wooden Award is led by three representatives each from Notre Dame and UConn. But the Pac-12 leads all conferences with six players in the top 25.
Baylor's upset of UConn keeps the race for a No. 1 seed more wide-open than in recent seasons. As many as seven teams are vying to be on the top line.
Fresh off of last week's upset of the Huskies, the Lady Bears join UConn, Louisville and Notre Dame on the top line. The Ducks drop to a No. 2 seed.
Muffet McGraw and Notre Dame are back where they started the season -- atop the AP poll after former No. 1 UConn lost to then-No. 8 Baylor last week.
UConn, Notre Dame, Louisville and Oregon are top seeds in our latest projection. NC State, Baylor, Stanford and Mississippi State are No. 2 seeds.
LaChina Robinson weighs in on Baylor's take down of then top ranked Connecticut with ESPN basketball analyst Kara Lawson. Plus, we share our interview with No. 2 Louisville guard Asia Durr ahead of their matchup against No. 1 Notre Dame.
As the conference season opens, we don't have to wait long for one of the most enticing games: Asia Durr and No. 3 Louisville face No. 2 Notre Dame.