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2020 Schedule
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Auriemma believes 2020 CFB cancellation to be inevitable (1:45)
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Auriemma expects long wait until start of season

UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma said Monday he expects the college hoops season to be delayed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, telling reporters, "Patience is everything right now."

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South Carolina's Staley hoping to 'set example'

South Carolina's Dawn Staley, in a Wednesday panel called "A Time for Action," urged all of college athletics to "get out of their comfort zone" and have conversations about race.

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Louisville, UConn cancel next season's matchup

Louisville and UConn have canceled their neutral-site game for next season, as Cardinals coach Jeff Walz suggested that general uncertainty about attendance at sporting events played a significant role in the decision.

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Taurasi still eyeing Olympics, but health a factor

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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The best high schools ever for women's basketball

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.

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Sky's Dolson says entire family had COVID-19

Chicago Sky center Stefanie Dolson said Friday that she and her entire family tested positive for the coronavirus last month. "The virus hit pretty close to home," Dolson said during ESPN's WNBA draft broadcast.

Why Kobe was women's basketball's biggest ally (5:35)
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WNBA draft 2020 -- Complete draft coverage

Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.