UConn and Louisville will square off on Dec. 4 in a game that highlights both teams' nonconference schedules this season.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 72-61
- 11/13W 64-51
- 11/17W 83-54
- 11/19W 83-44
- 11/24W 73-62
- 11/26W 75-37
- 12/5W 92-78
- 12/8W 81-57
- 12/1616W 84-74
- 12/22W 97-53
- 1/2W 83-55
- 1/5W 80-42
- 1/96L 74-58
- 1/11W 91-51
- 1/14W 68-56
- 1/16W 59-52
- 1/19W 92-34
- 1/2323W 60-45
- 1/25W 98-42
- 1/30W 80-50
- 2/33L 74-56
- 2/7W 94-55
- 2/101L 70-52
- 2/16W 67-47
- 2/19W 74-31
- 2/22W 66-53
- 2/26W 105-58
- 2/29W 92-40
- 3/2W 80-39
- 3/7W 94-61
- 3/8W 79-38
- 3/9W 87-53
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Paige Bueckers is already all too familiar with UConn coach Geno Auriemma's use of harsh sarcasm to motivate his biggest stars.
- UConn scheduled to play Louisville on Dec. 4
- No. 1 Bueckers warming to Auriemma trash talk
- UConn-Notre Dame postponed until next season
- Big East tournament returning to Connecticut
The UConn women won't face traditional rival Notre Dame this season because of coronavirus-related scheduling issues.
Most league schedules aren't set, nonconference games aren't locked in, and plenty of questions remain six weeks before the start of the season.
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While Baylor and Louisville are climbing up the Way-Too-Early Top 25, South Carolina and Stanford remain at 1-2.
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Maya Moore and Breanna Stewart are among the highly touted high school prospects who turned into WNBA stars.
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As the coronavirus pandemic threatens the already-delayed Tokyo Olympics and WNBA season, Mercury star Diana Taurasi recognizes how difficult it is to predict her playing future after battling back and hamstring issues.
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One high school's all-time roster features three No. 1 overall WNBA draft picks who combined for 24 All-Star Games and seven Olympic gold medals.
From Baylor's Kim Mulkey and UConn's Geno Auriemma to South Carolina's Dawn Staley and Stanford's Tara VanDerveer, who will follow in their footsteps?
Maryland's transfers, Destiny Slocum's move to Arkansas and new homes for Vic Schaefer and Niele Ivey had a domino effect on the bracket.