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.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 75-56
- 11/8W 76-40
- 11/14W 76-63
- 11/21W 86-37
- 11/24W 98-82
- 11/28W 76-67
- 11/29W 69-48
- 11/301W 72-62
- 12/5L 67-60
- 12/8W 85-57
- 12/1514W 67-66
- 12/19W 71-63
- 12/29W 62-58
- 1/2W 75-50
- 1/5W 60-55
- 1/9W 87-41
- 1/12W 75-61
- 1/16W 81-70
- 1/19W 74-67
- 1/23W 71-56
- 1/26W 83-49
- 1/30W 86-54
- 2/617L 67-59
- 2/9L 59-51
- 2/134W 66-59
- 2/16W 82-49
- 2/20W 58-47
- 2/23W 79-47
- 2/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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The Aggies replace Oregon State, which has lost four of its last five games, including three against ranked teams.
- Oregon's Ionescu, 2 others on Wooden Watch list
- McCoughtry returns for Team USA vs. alma mater
- Louisville moves up to No. 6 in women's Top 25
- No. 8 prospect Van Lith signs on with Louisville
Kylee Shook scored 17 points to lead No. 5 Louisville to a 79-47 rout of Pitt on Sunday.
Jazmine Jones scored 18 points, Dana Evans added 14 points and No. 5 Louisville won its third straight game with a 58-47 victory over Georgia Tech on Thursday night.
Maryland joins South Carolina, Baylor and Oregon as No. 1 seeds. Oregon, UConn, Mississippi State and Northwestern are the top four in Portland.
Dana Evans scored 18 points to lead No. 9 Louisville to an 82-49 victory over Notre Dame on Sunday.
The Cardinals' victory over NC State left the teams in a tie for first place in the conference.
Jazmine Jones scored 19 points, and ninth-ranked Louisville locked down defensively to beat fourth-ranked North Carolina State 66-59 on Thursday night in a matchup of the Atlantic Coast Conference’s top two teams.
Sabrina Ionescu leads the way, joined by two Ducks in the top five. But with a month to go before Selection Monday, eight new faces made the list.
Louisville's two-game skid opened the door to the top line, but UConn falls to the No. 2 team in Portland while the Cardinals are a 3 seed.
Kiara Lewis scored 24 points, and Syracuse shut down No. 5 Louisville for a 59-51 win on Sunday.
Kiah Gillespie scored 25 points to lead No. 17 Florida State to a 67-59 upset over No. 5 Louisville on Thursday night.
Maryland replaces Oregon State on the 2-seed line and Arizona joins the top 16 in a reshuffled field following the NCAA committee's first reveal.
Oregon's Ruthy Hebard, Sabrina Ionescu and Satou Sabally are among 20 players who appear on the late-season watch list for the 2020 Wooden Award, giving the Ducks the most representatives of any school.
With Maryland as a No. 2 seed and Arizona in the top 16, the committee placed less emphasis on nonconference schedule strength in its first reveal.
Before the NCAA selection committee reveals its top 16 seeds during Big Monday (ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET), Charlie Creme unveils the teams atop his S-curve.
South Carolina, Baylor, Louisville and Oregon remain No. 1 seeds. Oregon State replaced UCLA as a 2-seed, joining UConn, NC State and Stanford.
Angel McCoughtry made her return to the U.S. women's national team against her alma mater, Louisville, on Sunday. She scored 11 points in Team USA's exhibition victory.