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Women's teams that just missed dancing
Selection Monday wasn't so kind to these bubble teams, the last four teams left off:
- NC State
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and Brionna Jones each scored 23 points Friday to help No. 5 Maryland pull away from Iowa 75-55 in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals.
Megan Gustafson had a career-high 25 points with 10 rebounds, one of three Iowa players with double-doubles, as the ninth-seeded Hawkeyes defeated eight-seed Michigan 97-85 in the Big Ten Tournam
Iowa is facing a wide-ranging federal civil rights investigation into allegations that its athletics department does not provide equal opportunities for female athlete.
Kelsey Mitchell and Shayla Cooper each scored 20 points and sixth-ranked Ohio State blasted Iowa 98-81 on Thursday night for its eighth straight victory.
Aerial Powers scored 25 points and had a key steal and two free throws in the closing seconds, Tori Jankoska hit four free throws in the final 23 seconds and No. 17 Michigan State held off Iowa 7
Aerial Powers scored 21 of her 23 points after halftime, powering No. 18 Michigan State's 80-73 comeback over Iowa on Saturday.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 19 points, Brionna Jones had 15 points and 11 rebounds and No. 8 Maryland rolled past Iowa in a 76-56 win on Sunday.
Seanna Johnson scored 22 points, including two free throws with 5.4 seconds left, and Iowa State rallied to defeat No. 23 Iowa 69-66 on Friday night.
Ally Disterhoft led a balanced attack with 15 points and No. 25 Iowa defeated Houston 64-50 on Saturday at the Lone Star Showcase.
Jonquel Jones scored 23 points, including the go-ahead bucket, and had a school record 26 rebounds to lift No. 24 George Washington past No. 25 Iowa for an 81-77 double-overtime win in the Lone S
Chase Coley scored a career-high 22 points and No. 25 Iowa beat Wright State 83-77 on Thursday at the Lone Star Showcase.
U.S. coach Lisa Bluder is finally getting the chance to return to the international stage at the Pan American Games. Can she, Breanna Stewart, Taya Reimer & Co. bring home gold?
Baylor Elite once again
An 81-66 win over Iowa has the Bears in the Elite 8 for the fifth time in six years. Sune Agbuke (23 points, 12 rebounds) and Niya Johnson (10 points, 16 assists) tallied double-doubles for Baylor. Box score
Sune Agbuke had a career-high 23 points, and Baylor advanced to the NCAA tournament's Elite Eight for the fifth time in six years with an 81-66 win over Iowa on Friday night.
Baylor-Iowa go back-and-forth
The Bears built a 36-23 lead late in the first half, only to see it erased by an 11-0 Hawkeyes run. Baylor answered with its own 8-0 run to end the half ahead, 42-34.
Baylor pulling away
The Bears have built a 13-point advantage with four minutes left in the first half. Nina Davis has poured in a game-high 10 points for No. 2 seed Baylor. Watch live
Baylor in front early
It's been nearly 20 years since Baylor reached the Sweet 16 and they're making up for lost time against Iowa. It leads 23-19 with 9:59 remaining in the first half. Watch live
Baylor's triple threat of All-American Nina Davis, national assists leader Niya Johnson and senior Sune Agbuke were too hot for Iowa to handle as the Lady Bears advanced to their fifth Elite Eight in six years.
Baylor and Notre Dame came up with big victories, but instead of the usual cast of stars, Lady Bears center Sune Agbuke and Fighting Irish point guard Lindsay Allen recorded career highs to lead their teams to a matchup in the Elite Eight for the second year in a row.