Kim Mulkey has moved on, but NaLyssa Smith is back at Baylor and leads our first offseason player rankings for next season.
- 12/11W 60-52
- 12/13W 74-55
- 12/1921W 61-55
- 12/218L 69-65
- 12/22W 73-52
- 1/1W 79-74
- 1/3W 76-63
- 1/107W 71-69
- 1/15L 81-77
- 1/178L 68-66
- 1/2213L 58-50
- 1/24W 77-75
- 1/276L 71-49
- 1/296L 77-49
- 2/55W 67-63
- 2/7L 81-71
- 2/1210L 60-51
- 2/14L 67-61
- 2/19L 60-57
- 2/21W 68-55
- 2/28W 61-52
- 3/3W 57-48
- 3/411L 60-44
- 3/218L 57-53
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- Wazzu ranked for 1st time in AP women's poll
- Wazzu women score at buzzer, beat No. 7 Arizona
- Pac-12 gives hoops go-ahead for Nov. 25 start
- Vols add Washington St. grad transfer Brown
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.
Playing without Geno Auriemma for the first two rounds, UConn is in what looks to be the toughest region. The ACC and Caitlin Clark fans are big winners.
The bubble looks different in 2021, with sub-.500 teams eligible for at-large berths and most mid-majors lacking opportunities to build their résumés.
The Huskies guard put up back-to-back 30-point games as freshmen delivered big nights and a historic upset.
Washington State entered The Associated Press women's college basketball poll for the first time, at No. 25, on Monday.
Washington State, Wake Forest and South Carolina guard Destanni Henderson are among the teams and players turning heads this season.
Washington State's Charlisse Leger-Walker made a layup at the buzzer in overtime to beat No. 7 Arizona 71-69 on Sunday.
The Pac-12 announced Thursday that the conference's men's and women's basketball teams could begin their seasons on Nov. 25, the same day as the rest of the country.
Kat Tudor scored 24 points and Mikayla Pivec scored 17 and No. 14-ranked Oregon State trounced Washington State 82-55 on Thursday night in the first round of the Pac-12 Conference Tournament.
Mikayla Pivec scored 19 points, Destiny Slocum added 17 and No. 17 Oregon State ended the regular season with a 73-58 victory over Washington State on Sunday.
Oregon celebrated its latest Pac-12 title with an 88-57 rout of Washington State on Friday night as Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally dominated inside and Sabrina Ionescu dished out 12 assists.
Charisma Osborne had a career-high 32 points and 11 rebounds and No. 8 UCLA rallied in the fourth quarter and beat Washington State 70-62 on Friday night.
Pac-12 scoring leader Aari McDonald scored 21 points on 9-of-14 shooting and No. 12 Arizona beat Washington State 72-57 on Sunday.
Reili Richardson scored 13 of her 22 points in the final five minutes to help No. 22 Arizona State take the lead and hold off Washington State 62-59 on Friday night.
Ashten Pretchel had 19 points and 14 rebounds and No. 6 Stanford cruised past Washington State 71-49 on Sunday.
Michaela Onyenwere scored 23 points and Chrisma Osborne added 16 as No. 10 UCLA recovered from a slow start to earn a 66-50 victory over Washington State on Sunday.
Ja'Tavia Tapley and Robbi Ryan scored 20 points apiece and Reili Richardson had all 11 of her points in the fourth quarter as No. 18 Arizona State rallied to defeat Washington State 65-56 on Sunday.
Cate Reese scored 26 points on Friday night and No. 21 Arizona never trailed after the first quarter in a 74-67 win over Washington State.
Nadia Fingall had a season-high 20 points and six rebounds and No. 5 Stanford beat Washington State for the 66th consecutive time, 77-58 on Friday night.