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2017 Schedule
25-9, 2nd in Big 12
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27dAndrew Lawrence

How Imani and Paul Boyette stay in sync

Imani Boyette is at WNBA training camp in Chicago, while her husband Paul is back in Texas hoping to receive an NFL draft call. For this athlete couple, it's all about the unlimited data plan.

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33dWalter Villa

HoopGurlz: A legend in Texas grows

Cathy Self-Morgan starred for the Longhorns and has won eight state titles as a coach. What is the Gatorade Coaching Excellence Award winner most proud of? The lasting relationships.

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34dCharlie Creme

UConn is back on top in Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2017-18

We crowned a champion barely two weeks ago, but how does your team stack up for next season? Presenting your first look at the best of the best of women's college basketball for 2017-18.

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55dDan Olson

Longhorns recruits shine at McDonald's

Chasity Patterson started strong and then handed off to future teammate Rellah Boothe, who scored 18 points and was named MVP of the McDonald's All American Game. They lead our list of stars.

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McCall, Samuelson lead Stanford by Texas

Erica McCall had 23 points and 12 rebounds, Karlie Samuelson scored 15 points and Stanford outlasted Texas for a 77-66 victory on Friday night to reach the Lexington Region final of the NCAA Tour

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60dGraham Hays

Confident stars carry Irish, Cardinal to Elite Eight

Notre Dame's Arike Ogunbowale and Stanford's Erica McCall never doubted their abilities -- or that of their teammates -- to win, despite a tough week for the two consistent powerhouses.

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LHN All Access - Texas women's basketball NCAA first and second rounds (1:19)
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61dWalter Villa

Glimpse of greatness in Rellah Boothe

From the majestic campus at IMG Academy, Texas recruit Rellah Boothe talks a big game. And there's ample reason to believe she'll deliver in Chicago at the McDonald's All American Games.

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Voepel, Hays & Robinson on Notre Dame

LaChina Robinson, Mechelle Voepel and Graham Hays discuss the Lexington Region of the Women's NCAAW Tournament, Brianna Turner's ACL injury and Notre Dame's chances without their star forward.

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Texas moves on to Sweet 16 over NC State 84-80

Brooke McCarty scored 23 points and No. 3-seed Texas got a put-back basket from Joyner Holmes with 4 seconds left to the send the Longhorns to the Sweet 16 for the third year in a row with an 84-

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65dMechelle Voepel

Texas holds off NC State to advance to Sweet 16

A late rally. Some questionable calls down the stretch. Texas took NC State's best shot, but the Longhorns are headed to the Sweet 16 via a win that will no doubt sting for the Wolfpack.

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68dGraham Hays

Women's NCAA tournament: Breaking down Lexington Regional

At times this season, Notre Dame looked as much like it was building something new as fine-tuning the familiar. After falling short in Lexington a year ago, the Irish hope to write a new ending.

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77dCharlie Creme

Ohio State reclaims final host seed

Another major conference championship game, another change in the bracket. Marquette's upset of DePaul in the Big East championship paved the way for Ohio State to return to the top-16 seeds.

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Bracketology: DePaul's loss is Ohio State's gain

Marquette's upset of No. 17 DePaul in Tuesday's Big East championship game knocked the Blue Demons out of the top-16 seeds. Ohio State returned as an early-round host. Marquette remained a No. 7 seed.

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West Virginia's upset of Baylor overhauls Bracketology

Baylor remains a No. 1 seed after losing to West Virginia in Monday's Big 12 final. But the Lady Bears are now the top team in the Stockton Regional. South Carolina is No. 1 in Oklahoma City, and is joined by Texas as the 3-seed.

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78dCharlie Creme

Baylor upset causes ripple effect throughout bracket

West Virginia's stunning upset of Baylor gave everything new form after Monday's games wrapped up. The result? A better, more balanced bracket -- after sliding Baylor to the top seed in Stockton.

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Bracketology: Back-to-back upsets boost Mountaineers

Six NCAA bids were won Sunday, but West Virginia made one of the biggest statements by bouncing Texas in the Big 12 semifinals. Pac-12 champ Stanford replaced the Longhorns as a No. 2 seed -- and the Mountaineers improved to a No. 8.

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79dCharlie Creme

Mountaineers make most of Champ Week opportunities

Which teams benefited most from the opening weekend of Champ Week? With four of the Power 5 conference tournaments already wrapped up, there were some clear winners and losers.

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Bracketology: Purdue in, Auburn out

In reaching the Big Ten final, Purdue played itself into the NCAA tournament -- and helped bumped Ohio State to a No. 5 seed. DePaul replaced the Buckeyes as a host in our latest projection through Saturday's games.

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Bracketology: Loss drops Florida State to No. 3 seed

After Miami's upset of Florida State in the ACC quarterfinals, the Seminoles slid to a No. 3 seed while the Hurricanes climbed one line to a No. 5 seed. Washington stayed put as a 3-seed despite its loss to Oregon.