Why Ole Miss’ upset of Stanford shouldn’t come as a huge surprise
The Ole Miss Rebels are the first team to ruin a No. 1 seed’s Sweet Sixteen plans since 2009.
Aerial Powers featured in Gucci docuseries
Minnesota Lynx forward Aerial Powers is not only a WNBA team’s leading scorer, but also a superstar video gamer, whose life story is being told in a Gucci docuseries.
Refs botch review; Utah Utes win anyway, as do Maryland Terps
A review of whether the ball hit the rim or not did not include audio and therefore the incorrect call stood. It left one second on the shot clock for Utah on a fourth-quarter possession and may have cost it a basket. The Utes won anyway. Meanwhile, Diamond Miller’s likely farewell to XFINITY Center was full of Terpy goodness.
NCAA Tournament Second Round: South Carolina uses electric third to overcome USF
The South Carolina Gamecocks trailed by four after one and led by just four at halftime, but pulled away from the South Florida Bulls in the third.
NCAA Tournament First Round: Saturday Roundup Part 2
Quinesha Lockett had a signature NCAA Tournament performance and her Toledo Rockets are advancing to the second round for the first time since 1996 and the fourth time overall.
NCAA Tournament First Round: Saturday Roundup Part 1
The No. 12 seed FGCU Eagles were a popular pick to defeat the Washington State Cougars in the first round and they got the job done, advancing to the second round for the second consecutive year.
NCAA Tournament First Round: Friday roundup Part 2
Grace Stone’s heroics highlighted the second half of play on Friday and sent the Princeton Tigers to the second round for the second consecutive season and third time ever. Can the Tigers defeat the Utah Utes and advance to their first-ever Sweet Sixteen?
NCAA Tournament First Round: Friday Roundup Part 1
Only one of the first eight NCAA Tournament games was decided by single digits. The South Florida Bulls topped the Marquette Golden Eagles by two in overtime.
2023 NCAA Tournament: Complete bracket breakdown
A No. 4 seed has never won the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. This year it seems like all the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 seeds have a shot, and maybe even some of the fours. It’s the era of parity in the NCAAW!
Selection Sunday: Stanford edges Iowa for final No. 1 seed
The Stanford Cardinal are the No. 1 seed in Seattle 4 and the Iowa Hawkeyes will have the opportunity prove the selection committee wrong in the Elite Eight if chalk prevails.