UConn will face Louisville -- a game that was canceled last season due to the coronavirus pandemic -- and Michigan will take on Baylor at the Basketball Hall of Fame Women's Showcase in December.
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- 3/233W 70-55
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Kim Mulkey has moved on, but NaLyssa Smith is back at Baylor and leads our first offseason player rankings for next season.
- UConn-L'Ville at HOF Showcase after '20 PPD
- SMU hires Michigan assistant Toyelle Wilson
- Michigan under 14-day halt after positive tests
- Michigan's Hillmon scores 50 in loss to Ohio St.
Kim Mulkey has left for LSU, but Baylor joins fellow No. 1 seeds UConn, Stanford and South Carolina in our early projection for 2022.
A Most Outstanding Player performance by Haley Jones put the Cardinal on top again after a 29-year wait. Plus, we look at what to expect in 2021-22.
The Big Ten put three teams in the top 10, but UConn, South Carolina and 2021 national champion Stanford remain the teams to beat.
Toyelle Wilson was named the new women's coach at SMU on Thursday after two seasons as a Michigan assistant that followed a six-year stint at Baylor.
Which teams will win Sunday to join UConn, Baylor, Indiana and Arizona in the Elite Eight? And what's next for Iowa and Caitlin Clark?
ESPN's BPI has spoken, but has a team emerged as a clear favorite? Here are the upsets to expect and the matchups to watch in the regional semifinals.
From Diana Taurasi at No. 3 to Sabrina Ionescu at No. 20 and to Val Whiting at No. 52, we rank the best all-time women's players by jersey number.
Sixteen teams, including the top eight seeds, remain in San Antonio. Here's how we rank them heading into the regional semifinals.
What's next for Tennessee? Can the Big Ten make up a quarter of the Sweet 16 field? And what's the early take on that UConn-Iowa date?
Baylor, Oregon State and Wright State made jumps as we rank the women's NCAA tournament teams that remain heading into the second round.
Higher seeds went 16-0 Sunday. Which games Monday might be bracket breakers? And which players step up for UConn if Nika Mühl is sidelined by injury?
Which teams won't be around for long? Which teams are expected to have extended stays in San Antonio? We look at the best and worst case for all 64.
Eight or nine teams could win this year, and the bubble isn't as strong as usual. All of which makes the 2021 bracket challenging to build.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jenn Wirth in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
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 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).