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2016 Schedule
31-4, 1st in Big Ten
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95dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: How Plum and UW stunned Maryland

Playing more than 2,700 miles from Seattle, Kelsey Plum scored 32 points, and No. 7 seed Washington ended Maryland's quest for a third consecutive Final Four appearance.

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Washington-Maryland Postgame Breakdown (1:47)
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Plum, Washington stun 2-seed Maryland

Kelsey Plum scored 32 points, and Washington shocked second-seeded Maryland 74-65 on Monday to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament for the first time in 15 years.

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Washington knocks off 2-seed Maryland

The Huskies earned their first Sweet 16 appearance since 2001 with a 74-65 win at the Terrapins. Kelsey Plum scored 32 to lead 7-seed Washington.

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97dGraham Hays

Quick Dish: Five observations from Day 2

From another No. 12 seed's huge upset to the Pac-12's perfect 5-0 start, Graham Hays recaps everything you need to know from Day 2 of the NCAA tournament -- including some disappointing showings.

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Turnover-prone Terps pull away, oust Iona

Maryland used a big advantage on the boards to offset 19 turnovers as the second-seeded Terrapins beat Iona 74-58 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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Postgame Interview with MD head coach Brenda Frese. (1:46)
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Lexington Region preview: UK right at home

Top-seeded Notre Dame is the favorite, but can Kentucky and Makayla Epps -- who know how to come up big in the tourney -- capitalize on home-court advantage and reach their first Final Four?

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103dMechelle Voepel

Ready for the women's bracket to be revealed

We know who the No. 1 seeds are. We know UConn is the overwhelming favorite. But what surprises might await when the women's NCAA tournament bracket is unveiled (ESPN/WatchESPN, 7 p.m. ET)?