After getting swept by Oregon, Oregon State falls off the 2-seed line, making way for the Wolfpack. Maryland and Northwestern moved into the top 16.
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- 1/5W 93-78
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- 1/16W 78-45
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Tyasha Harris, who scored the final five points to lead South Carolina past Mississippi State in a top-10 showdown, is espnW's player of the week.
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Aliyah Boston scored 15 points and No. 1 South Carolina rode an overwhelming opening period to its 13th consecutive win, beating Georgia 88-53 on Sunday.
Tyasha Harris scored a season-high 23 points including the go-ahead basket with 2:01 left, as No. 1 South Carolina rallied from nine-points down in the final quarter to outlast No. 9 Mississippi State 81-79 on Monday night.
South Carolina still sits atop The Associated Press women's basketball poll, with Baylor in second place.
In a season in which the No. 1 ranking has been a revolving door, the No. 1 overall seed is debatable, too. But the metrics favor South Carolina.
The Ducks are back on the top line -- joining South Carolina, Baylor and Louisville -- and in the Portland Regional. UConn is the No. 2 seed there.
What should we expect in the Gamecocks' Big Monday test? ESPN.com's experts preview the game and weigh in on UConn-Tennessee and the Pac-12 race.
Aliyah Boston and Victaria Saxon each had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead No. 1 South Carolina to a 78-45 victory over Missouri on Thursday night.
South Carolina moved up three spots to take the No. 1 spot in The Associated Press women's college basketball poll for the first time since 2015 after the top three teams from the previous week all lost.
A great weekend for ASU translated to zero Pac-12 teams on the top line in Bracketology. And Oregon's loss hurt far worse than Oregon State's.
After a weekend of upsets, South Carolina is the No. 1 overall team, followed by Baylor. Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UCLA are all No. 2 seeds.
Zia Cooke scored 17 points to lead five in double figures and fourth-ranked South Carolina routed Vanderbilt 93-57 on Sunday to position the Gamecocks for a possible move up to No. 1 for the first time this season.
After upsetting UConn, Baylor joins Oregon, Oregon State and South Carolina as No. 1 seeds. The Huskies are the 2 seed in Oregon's region.
Zia Cooke had 21 points, Aliyah Boston added 19 points and a career-high 25 rebounds and fourth-ranked South Carolina cleared another significant hurdle in its quest for a Southeastern Conference championship by topping No. 21 Arkansas 91-82 on...
UConn added two more players and now has four on the Wooden Award midseason watch list, as five schools, including Oregon, Baylor, Oregon State and South Carolina, claim 13 of the 25 players on the list.