Monday, December 30, 2019

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Game on

Today's results:

And it feels good to type that......

Haley Jones led No. 5 Stanford past UC Davis, 67-55.

No. 12 Maryland made work of No. 23 Michigan, 70-55.

No. 14 Indiana topped Michigan State, 79-67.

Rutgers got past Wisconsin, 64-61. It's the best season start for the Scarlet Knights in the Vivian Stringer era, and the best since 1990.

Nebraska took care of Iowa, 78-69.

Yale took down North Carolina, 66-63.

Minnesota 81, Penn State 74

Purdue 66, Ohio State 50

Northwestern 77, Illinois 50

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

There are no off-nights in the Pac-12.

Oregon State is seeing improvement on the defensive side.

Florida State is looking to make program history against Virginia Tech tomorrow.

No. 14 Indiana begins conference play as one of the favorites to win league.

What to expect when No. 18 Arizona takes on Arizona State tomorrow.

For once, the Sun Devils are the underdogs versus the Wildcats.

Battle-tested by a tough nonconference schedule, Utah tips off Pac-12 play tomorrow against Colorado.

Louisville opens ACC play with a home match up against Syracuse.

Creighton is looking for an offensive spark as they begin Big East play.

UNCW's building process will take some time.

College player news:

Aleska Gulbe and Mackenzie Holmes are quickly becoming a tandem for the Hoosiers.

Lauren Cox is set to return from injury for Baylor on Monday.

College coach news:

Coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin has Ole Miss trending in the right direction.

WNBA news:

After a major improvement in 2019, the Chicago Sky are championship contenders.

Monday, December 23, 2019

Day one of five days without basketball

College team news:

Undefeated Kansas received votes in this week's AP top 25 poll.

ESPN's bracketology has changed after yesterday's Stanford upset.

The final DII power 10 of the decade.

College player news:

Texas' Charli Collier is ESPN's player of the week.

Nine of the best duos of the season.

After her cancer fight, Syracuse guard Tiana Magankahia isn't backing down.

The rise of Olivia Nelson-Ododa matters for UConn.

Delaware graduate transfer Gaddy Lefft is boosting Maine.

College coach news:

Northwestern coach Joe McKeown's family has been along for the ride to his 700th win.

Coach’s Chair: Jim Flanery, Creighton University.

Muffet McGraw shares her Christmas wish for Notre Dame.

High school news:

ESPN's top 25 power rankings for the week.

WNBA news:

Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart talk about freezing their eggs.

UConn is the new/old No. 1

This week's AP top 25 poll sees Michigan State and South Dakota drop out, while Miami and Texas drop in:

1. Connecticut
2. Oregon
3. Oregon State
4. South Carolina
5. Stanford
6. Baylor
7. Louisville
8. Florida State
9. NC State
10. UCLA
11. Texas A&M
12. Maryland
13. Kentucky
14. Indiana
15. Mississippi State
16. DePaul
17. Gonzaga
18. Arizona
19. West Virginia
20. Arkansas
21. Missouri State
22. Tennessee
23. Michigan
24. Miami
25. Texas

In the NCAA's power 10, Oregon State is the new No. 1.

Saturday, December 21, 2019

As games continue, news is slow


No. 22 West Virginia knocked off No. 19 Michigan State, 63-57.

Close ones:

Rhyne Howard's shot lifted No. 14 Kentucky over Cal, 63-61.

Vanderbilt slipped by Washington in OT, 76-74.

More results:

No. 3 Oregon 89, Kansas State 51

No. 11 Texas A&M 78, Montana State 67

No. 15 Mississippi State 72, Virginia 59

No. 18 Arizona 61, UC Santa Barbara 42

No. 21 Arkansas 86, Little Rock 53

No. 23 Tennessee 88, Portland State 61

Miami 74, Washington State 68

Wake Forest 73, Florida 68

Marquette 53, Belmont 51

UNLV 61, South Florida 51

Georgia Tech 54, Rice 52

South Dakota State 60, Green Bay 55

Iowa 79, Drake 67

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College player news:

Sabrina Ionescu recorded her 21st career triple-double in today's Oregon win.

Brooke Alexander is searching for the role she was recruited for at Syracuse.

College coach news:

UConn associate head coach Chris Dailey is 9-0 when filling in for Geno Auriemma.

Friday, December 20, 2019

Shake up


Syracuse took down No. 19 Michigan State, 77-63.

More results:

Behind yet another 20-point game from Chennedy Carter, No. 11 Texas A&M pulled away from Georgia Tech, 60-48.

No. 16 DePaul held off Loyola Chicago, 83-76.

No. 17 Gonzaga beat No. 20 Missouri State, 64-52.

Illinois 58, Missouri 51.

Virginia Tech 54, Rice 45

North Carolina A&T 82, Clemson 74

Arizona State 70, Creighton 55

Florida 67, Xavier 64

Louisiana 53, Ole Miss 42

Toledo 66, Pacific 65

Princeton 66, St. Louis 50

USC 50, Nevada 47

Washington 73, San Francisco 54

Colorado 77, UAB 69 (OT)

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Oregon State is off to the best start in program history at 11-0.

Four things to know for Sunday's Oklahoma-UConn game.

Kansas State is working around injuries prior to their matchup with No. 3 Oregon.

Loyola Chicago continues to rise.

Navy is rusty after a long layoff.

NC State flexed their depth in yesterday's win.

Duke suffered its worst loss since 1992 against South Carolina.

Pac-12 notebook.

CBS Sports power rankings.

College player news:

Freshman Teisha Hyman is an emerging impact player for Syracuse.

Penn freshman guard Kayla Padilla is lighting up the court.

College coach news:

Utah coach Lynne Roberts notched her 300th career win today.

For Northwestern coach Joe McKeown, today's win was the 700th of his career.

Lindsay Whalen is pleased with the Gophers' progress in their 9-1 start.

UConn associate head coach Chris Dailey discusses several topics.

Monday, December 16, 2019

More record breaking

Today's results:

No. 3 Oregon routed UC Riverside, 84-41. Sabrina Ionescu notched her 20th career double-double and freshman Jaz Shelley broke the Oregon single-game record for three-pointers, with 10.

No. 2 UConn held off No. 16 DePaul, 84-74.

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Oregon State is ready for Pac-12 play.

The Beavers aren't focused on rankings, but understand the opportunity at hand.

Mississippi State is looking for center depth ahead of SEC play.

Rutgers is off to their best start in 14 years.

Kentucky may have lost to Louisville, but they proved so much.

Young Quinnipiac is navigating a rough start.

College player news:

Beaver Mikayla Pivec's diary.

Oregon's Satou Sabally sat out today's game with an injury.

Iowa State's Ashley Joens is ESPN's player of the week.

College coach news:

Coach's Chair: Lynne Roberts, University of Utah.

How Dawn Staley kept South Carolina fresh to crush Purdue yesterday.

High school news:

ESPN's top 25 rankings for week two.

WNBA news:

The WNBPA re-elected Nneka Ogwumike as president and Layshia Clarendon as vice president.

National Team members got a pay raise this year.

This week's AP top 25 poll: not many changes

This week's AP top 25 poll looks much like last week's:

1. Stanford
2. UConn
3. Oregon
4. Oregon State
5. South Carolina
6. Louisville
7. Baylor
8. Florida State
9. NC State
10. UCLA
11. Texas A&M
12. Indiana
13. Maryland
14. Kentucky
15. Mississippi State
16. DePaul
17. Gonzaga
18. Arizona
19. Michigan State
20. Missouri State
21. Arkansas
22. West Virginia
23. Tennessee
24. Michigan
25. South Dakota

The Coyotes took LSU's place.......

The NCAA's power 10 is unchanged.

Monday, December 9, 2019

Thursday, December 5, 2019