With a little more than a month until national signing week, here is a look at the six remaining undeclared top-10 prospects in the Class of 2020.
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With a little more than a week to go before the start of the $2 million TBT, we identified the player to stop for each team in the bracket.
- Iowa's Gustafson wins Honda Sports Award
- Iowa's Gustafson, Baylor's Mulkey get AP honors
- UConn's Collier headlines AP All-America team
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
The Basketball Tournament, a $2 million, winner-take-all event, is back for a sixth year. We've ranked all 64 teams in this summer's showcase.
Megan Gustafson of Iowa has won the Honda Sports Award as the top woman in college basketball.
Guard Jackie Young, who announced Monday that she will leave Notre Dame after three seasons, is the predicted No. 1 pick for Wednesday's WNBA draft.
With Sabrina Ionescu staying put, Asia Durr is now the projected No. 1 pick. Sophie Cunningham and Jessica Shepard also moved into the first round.
Megan Gustafson of Iowa is The Associated Press women's college basketball player of the year, while Baylor's Kim Mulkey won the AP Coach of the Year award for the second time.
Six players projected to be first-round picks in our third WNBA mock draft will play Friday in the Women's Final Four. Sabrina Ionescu remains No. 1.
Baylor routed Iowa and Notre Dame rallied past Stanford to join Oregon and UConn in the Women's Final Four, which opens Friday.
Lauren Cox had 22 points and 11 rebounds, and Baylor earned its first Final Four berth since 2012 by beating Iowa 85-53 on Monday night in the Greensboro Regional final.
Led by Lauren Cox's 22 points, Baylor dominated Iowa and Megan Gustafson in the paint to advance to its first Final Four since 2012.
Napheesa Collier is joined on the AP All-America team by Iowa's Megan Gustafson, Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu, Louisville's Asia Durr and Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan.
Baylor and Notre Dame are unanimous picks to reach the Women's Final Four. Our panel is split on UConn-Louisville and Mississippi State-Oregon.
Is Louisville-UConn the best game in the Elite Eight? Can any of the No. 2 seeds knock off the top seeds in the regional final? Games resume Sunday.
Arike Ogunbowale outdueled Chennedy Carter as Notre Dame joined Baylor, Iowa and Stanford in the Elite Eight. We wrap up Saturday's best storylines.
Megan Gustafson had 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead Iowa past North Carolina State 79-61 on Saturday in the Greensboro Regional semifinals.
Center Megan Gustafson has led Iowa to the women's Elite Eight, where she'll face Baylor's 6-foot-7 star, Kalani Brown.
Is this the year Baylor finally gets back to the Final Four for the first time since winning it all in 2012? Kim Mulkey's agenda is crystal clear.
What are the biggest X factors in the Sweet 16? Our expert panel makes game-by-game predictions for each matchup in the regional semifinals.
Carolyn Peck and LaChina Robinson discuss how well Baylor is playing and whether Megan Gustafson will can lead No. 2 seed Iowa to the Final Four.
ESPN's Basketball Power Index looks at every Sweet 16 team's odds to reach the Elite Eight, the Final Four and the NCAA final, and to win the title.
Charlie Creme and Mechelle Voepel break down the Sweet 16, including the matchups they're most looking forward to (hint, can UCLA upset UConn?).
Iowa senior center Megan Gustafson had never won an NCAA tournament game before this weekend. Now she and the Hawkeyes are headed to the Sweet 16.
Charlie Creme and Mechelle Voepel weigh in on the top takeaways from Sunday and look ahead at what's to come in Monday's NCAA tournament games.
Megan Gustafson scored 24 points with 19 rebounds, Makenzie Meyer added 18 points and second-seeded Iowa blew past Missouri 68-52 on Sunday to advance to its second Sweet 16 in five years.