2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 67-44
- 11/10W 67-52
- 11/13W 67-48
- 11/16W 50-47
- 11/21W 79-54
- 11/26W 81-35
- 12/1W 81-52
- 12/4W 86-39
- 12/8W 79-49
- 12/11W 91-36
- 12/157L 67-66
- 12/21W 63-61
- 1/24L 99-72
- 1/522W 80-76
- 1/9W 81-71
- 1/12W 65-45
- 1/1612W 76-54
- 1/19L 65-59
- 1/27W 68-61
- 1/30W 62-47
- 2/2L 70-62
- 2/6W 66-62
- 2/925L 103-85
- 2/166W 73-62
- 2/20W 94-52
- 2/231L 67-58
- 2/27W 88-77
- 3/1L 70-64
- 3/6W 86-65
- 3/79L 77-59
- Full Schedule
The NCAA has granted center Olivia Owens immediate eligibility after her transfer to the Kentucky Wildcats from Maryland in June, Kentucky announced Thursday.
- Ex-Terp Owens immediately eligible at Kentucky
- Kentucky coach Mitchell OK after brain surgery
- Kentucky adds two SEC guards through transfer
- Ducks' Ionescu, Hebard among Wooden finalists
While Baylor and Louisville are climbing up the Way-Too-Early Top 25, South Carolina and Stanford remain at 1-2.
Which programs benefited most as players moved destinations this offseason? North Carolina, Arkansas, Baylor and Kentucky were among the big winners.
Kentucky women's basketball coach Matthew Mitchell is expected to fully recover after having brain surgery to address a subdural hematoma.
From Aari McDonald to Evina Westbrook, plenty of talent will take the floor next season. Rhyne Howard tops the list of player of the year candidates.
Priming for a postseason run next year, Kentucky on Wednesday added guards Robyn Benton and Jazmine Massengill, who will both transfer from SEC schools.
UNC commit Deja Kelly and Oregon commit Te-Hina Paopao are two prospects who bolstered their stock during their senior seasons.
Reigning winner Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon teammate Ruthy Hebard, South Carolina's Tyasha Harris, Baylor's Lauren Cox and Kentucky's Rhyne Howard are the finalists for the John R. Wooden Award, given to the sport's most outstanding player.
While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Sabrina Ionescu has joined an elite group, becoming a three-time All-American. She was joined on the first team by Oregon teammate Ruthy Hebard, Baylor's Lauren Cox, Kentucky's Rhyne Howard and UConn's Megan Walker.
We will never know what stories the NCAA tournament would have told, will never know who would have won. But here's a look at what we know we missed.
Rickea Jackson had 27 points and defending champ No. 9 Mississippi State took control in the second half to defeat No. 16 Kentucky 77-59 Saturday night, reaching its fifth straight SEC Tournament final.
Reigning winner Sabrina Ionescu is joined by Oregon teammates Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally on the list of 15 finalists for this season's John R. Wooden Award.
Rhyne Howard hit five 3-pointers to break Kentucky's single-season record and finished with 24 points to help the No. 16 Wildcats beat Tennessee 86-65 in the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament on Friday night.
Mariella Fasoula scored nine of her 24 points in the fourth quarter and Vanderbilt used a 15-3 run over the last 5 1/2 minutes to close the regular season on Sunday with a 70-64 upset of No. 15 Kentucky.
Rhyne Howard made 4 of 12 from 3-point range and scored 25 points help No. 15 Kentucky beat Georgia 88-77 on Thursday night.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jill Townsend in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.