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Big Ten Update: Indiana’s dominance and Caitlin Clark’s Luka Dončić-esque performances

The No. 4 Indiana Hoosiers continue to breeze through conference play, while the Iowa Hawkeyes’ Caitlin Clark is putting on a show nightly.

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Recap: No. 22 Arizona upsets No. 14 UCLA in overtime thriller

The Arizona Wildcats rallied back to upset the UCLA Bruins at home.

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NCAA

Recap: Clark drops 42 as No. 6 Hawkeyes fight off No. 8 Terps

The Iowa Hawkeyes got hot early on and staved off a Maryland Terrapin-second-half comeback to capture a significant conference win.

Recap: Morgan-to-Hermosa connection separates Yellow Jackets from No. 15 Pack

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets notched a major upset win over the NC State Wolfpack behind strong play from Tonie Morgan and Nerea Hermosa.

Around the NCAAW Weekly: Taylor Robertson now Steph Curry’s NCAAW counterpart

Taylor Robertson of the No. 20 Oklahoma Sooners broke Kelsey Mitchell’s record to become the most prolific 3-point shooter in NCAAW Division I history. Then she met Steph Curry, the NBA’s most prolific 3-point shooter.

Recap: Alexis Morris speeds her way to career-high 31p in front of record crowd

Alexis Morris was phenomenal and so was Angel Reese as the LSU Tigers took down the Tennessee Lady Volunteers.

Recap: Jackson, Jayhawks own paint; Mayberry, guards pack punch from perimeter too

Star center Taiyanna Jackson had 21 points and her Kansas Jayhawks won points in the paint 36-18 in an 85-72 victory over the Kansas State Wildcats. Wyvette Mayberry led the winners with a career-high 26 points, including four of their nine threes.

Preview: Irish will have last year’s Sweet Sixteen on their mind vs. NC State

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are playing their best basketball since 2019, and this Sunday they’ll have an opportunity to pay the NC State Wolfpack back for a loss in last year’s NCAA Tournament. Notre Dame will have to do so without guard Dara Mabrey, who will miss the remainder of the season with an ACL injury.

Preview: A true defense vs. offense battle: No. 16 Blue Devils, No. 24 Seminoles

In an ACC showdown of two Top 25 teams, the Florida State Seminoles are looking to get back to their winning ways against the Duke Blue Devils, who have won 14 of their last 15.

Preview: Can Alissa Pili stay hot for No. 9 Utes against No. 8 Bruins?

Alissa Pili of the Utah Utes has scored 20-plus four times in a row. The Utes’ next opponent, the UCLA Bruins, just lost a nail-biter to the No. 25 Colorado Buffaloes.

Recap: Clark puts up 33p/12r/9a as No. 10 Hawkeyes survive Nebraska scare

After a slow start, the Iowa Hawkeyes surged and then held on against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Recap: No. 16 Duke puts on defensive clinic on Kitley

Shayeann Day-Wilson hit some key mid-range shots for the Duke Blue Devils, missing just one of five shots from inside the arc. Meanwhile, the team held Virginia Tech Hokie star Elizabeth Kitley, who averages 17.9 points per game, to just four points on 1-of-9 shooting from the field. Kitley did, however, haul in her 1,000th career rebound.

Preview: The moments keep getting bigger for No. 2 Buckeyes, No. 6 Hoosiers

The Ohio State Buckeyes are coming off a loss to the No. 10 Iowa Hawkeyes. The Indiana Hoosiers are coming off a win over the No. 13 Michigan Wolverines. It’s another Big Ten showdown between highly-ranked teams.

Big East/mid-major update: No. 5 UConn shows off talent of its less-heralded players

Aaliyah Edwards, Lou Lopez Sénéchal, Dorka Juhász, Aubrey Griffin and Nika Mühl have shown that the UConn Huskies are loaded even when Paige Bueckers and Azzi Fudd don’t suit up.

Recap: Clark, Czinano had offense going at right moments

Caitlin Clark played up to the moment with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 15 assists, as she and Monika Czinano led the Iowa Hawkeyes past the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Around the NCAAW Weekly: Boston, No. 1 South Carolina dominate boards

On Sunday, the No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 74-17 on the boards and Aliyah Boston picked up her 73rd career double-double.

Recap: Irish’s Citron makes her first six threes in comfortable win

Sonia Citron made her first six threes as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish gradually built and then maintained a comfortable lead against the Virginia Cavaliers.

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Preview: Can Arkansas also contend with No. 1 Gamecocks?

The previously-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks are itching to get back in the rankings and nearly beat the No. 3 LSU Tigers on Thursday. Can they go one step further against the No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks and actually win?

Iowa freshman Hannah Stuelke’s confidence is growing with every game

Hannah Stuelke of the No. 10 Iowa Hawkeyes lets her game speak for her, as she amasses great numbers that make her a fan favorite.

Recap: Maddy Siegrist now the most prolific scorer in Villanova history

Maddy Siegrist paced the No. 22 Villanova Wildcats with 23 points and got superb backup from Lucy Olsen and Maddie Burke in a dominant win over the Creighton Bluejays.

Recap: 31-7 run at Reynolds gets No. 20 Wolfpack back on track

Saniya Rivers led the NC State Wolfpack past the Miami Hurricanes with some beautiful pick-sixes.

Around the NCAAW Weekly: USC shocks No. 2 Stanford, Augustus statue revealed

The USC Trojans shook up the aura surrounding the Top 2 teams in the country by defeating one of them: the No. 2 Stanford Cardinal. Plus, Sunday was a special day for former LSU Tiger star Seimone Augustus.

Recap: No. 22 Heels emerge victorious from ultimate back-and-forth affair

The No. 22 UNC Tar Heels played about as even with the No. 11 NC State Wolfpack as you can play, but Alyssa Ustby ended too many Wolfpack possessions with a defensive rebound for NC State to win.

2023 WNBA Draft watch: Maddy Siegrist

When it comes to gaudy individual statistics, look no further than Villanova’s Maddy Siegrist, who is putting together a senior campaign worthy of National Player of the Year discussion. Her ability to score anywhere from the floor has put the Wildcats near the top of the Big East standings, and most would agree that she’ll hear her name called in the 2023 WNBA Draft, should she choose to declare.

Big Ten update: No. 9 Terps not satisfied

The Maryland Terrapins are not happy about their recent loss to the No. 6 Indiana Hoosiers.

Preview: No. 8 UCLA may have what it takes to end No. 2 Stanford’s Pac-12 streak

The Stanford Cardinal have won 38 straight Pac-12 games, but face a conference opponent that is also in the Top 10: the UCLA Bruins.

Recap: Berger, Garzon clutch for Hoosiers in big win

Grace Berger, in her first home game back from injury, helped lead the Indiana Hoosiers past the Maryland Terrapins for a huge resume win.

Recap: Clark’s season-high 14 assists lead No. 12 Iowa to blowout win

Caitlin Clark had averaged 6.4 assists over the seven games since her last double-digit assist performance before hitting her distributing stride with 14 on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Hannah Stuelke came off the bench and stepped up in a big way to help propel the Iowa Hawkeyes to a satisfying win.

Around the NCAAW Weekly: Angel Reese’s LSU-record 28 boards yet another feat

Angel Reese has put up a monster stat line in every game this season for the No. 5 LSU Tigers.

Recap: No. 17 Wolverines overpower Boilermakers

Leigha Brown, Emily Kiser and Laila Phelia led the Michigan Wolverines past the Purdue Boilermakers Tuesday night.

Preview: No. 23 Kansas vs. Texas should be competitive

Anything could happen when the Texas Longhorns host the Kansas Jayhawks Tuesday night.

Recap: Freshman Paris of No. 22 UNC out-duels No. 4 Notre Dame

Paulina Paris came up big for the No. 22 UNC Tar Heels off the bench. The team snapped a four-game losing streak and likely kept itself in the rankings with a huge win.

Recap: No. 16 Iowa captures huge road victory over No. 14 Michigan

The Iowa Hawkeyes played as a team to notch their first win of the New Year and remain in good standing in the Big Ten.