2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/1518L 68-64
- 11/21W 64-57
- 11/272L 60-58
- 11/28W 75-49
- 11/29W 60-47
- 12/5L 57-48
- 12/6W 70-49
- 12/1219W 61-54
- 12/14W 60-29
- 12/19W 90-80
- 12/2110W 68-56
- 12/28W 69-46
- 1/219W 57-49
- 1/49W 49-31
- 1/8W 68-61
- 1/10W 63-45
- 1/15W 64-37
- 1/17W 80-60
- 1/22W 61-49
- 1/24W 62-47
- 1/29W 63-58
- 2/19L 67-44
- 2/514W 65-61
- 2/7W 69-68
- 2/12W 64-49
- 2/1413W 63-61
- 2/19W 61-39
- 2/21W 77-57
- 2/26W 50-45
- 2/2814L 74-61
- 3/4L 75-64
- 3/1815W 74-52
- 3/207L 75-64
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Just weeks ago, it looked like a wipeout of a season for Tennessee. But the fog has lifted; the Lady Vols are no longer worried about what might go wrong and are bound for their 34th Sweet 16.
Tennessee continued its turnaround, upsetting second-seeded Arizona State in Tempe with one of its more aggressive and gutsy games of the season to advance to the Sweet 16.
Diamond DeShields scored 24 points, Mercedes Russell added 12 and Tennessee completed its improbable run to the Sweet 16 by beating Arizona State 75-64 Sunday night.
Arizona State has the better seed, home-court advantage and a relentless defense. With its lowest seed in team history, No. 7 Tennessee can't help but look like an underdog in the second round.
Katie Hempen opened with two 3-pointers and made all six of her attempts to score 20 points, helping Arizona State run away from New Mexico 74-52 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
South Carolina is an overwhelming favorite to reach another Final Four, Tennessee might have more to prove than any team, and Florida -- despite lacking momentum -- could be a dark horse.
Fever G Briann January talks about the Arizona State defense, style of play and likely outcome of a possible matchup with Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The SEC (nine teams in the field) and Pac-12 (four teams among top-16 seeds) did exactly what they needed to in the regular reason. But now it's all about what happens in March (and maybe April).
Pac-12 freshman of the year Kristine Anigwe scored 24 points, Asha Thomas added all 16 of her points in the second half and California stunned No. 10 Arizona State 75-64 on Friday in the Pac-12 t
The NCAA women's basketball committee released a top 10 with the same crop of teams for the third consecutive week on Tuesday, with UConn, South Carolina, Notre Dame and Baylor as the top four.
The top five teams will likely remain the same in the NCAA committee's third and final top-10 reveal, but expect plenty of shake-up after that, Charlie Creme writes.
Nirra Fields scored 24 points, Jordin Canada added 22, and No. 14 UCLA beat No. 9 Arizona State 74-61 on Sunday.
Katie Hempen scored 11 points and No. 9 Arizona State held on late to win its seventh in a row, defeating Southern California 50-45 on Friday night.
Don't be fooled by the Sun Devils' defense, depth or even Sophie Brunner's game-winning shots. A culture of trust where everyone on the roster shares a leadership role is what rules in Tempe.
Quinn Dornstauder scored a career-high 25 points and No. 9 Arizona State raced away from Washington in the second half for a 77-57 victory Sunday.
Sophie Brunner had 15 points and 11 rebounds and No. 9 Arizona State shook off a slow start to beat Washington State 61-39 on Friday night for its 20th victory in 21 games.
UConn turned another top showdown into an easy victory and remained No. 1 in The Associated Press women's basketball poll Monday.
The teams will likely remain the same in the NCAA committee's second top 10, but Notre Dame should jump ahead of South Carolina for the No. 2 spot, Charlie Creme writes.
Sophie Brunner hit a shot at the overtime buzzer to give No. 9 Arizona State a 63-61 victory over No. 13 Stanford on Sunday night.