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2017 Schedule
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20dSean Hurd

Washington's Plum sinks 145 straight free throws

Good news, Washington basketball fans. Kelsey Plum has not lost her touch from the free throw line. The Huskies' senior guard made 145 straight free throws in practice. For real.

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Washington extends Neighbors through 2022-23

Washington has signed coach Mike Neighbors to a contract extension through the 2022-23 season with the Huskies coming off their first Final Four appearance in school history.

Emotional Talia Walton thrilled to be in the WNBA (1:03)
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206dMichelle Smith

Syracuse rides defense into first NCAA title game

If Tuesday's title game is a foregone conclusion, Syracuse missed the memo. Behind a hard-driving, chaos-creating defense, the Orange rolled past Washington and into the championship game.

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Syracuse sears Washington, reaches NCAA final

Alexis Peterson scored 18 points and Brittney Sykes added 17 to help Syracuse roll past Washington 80-59 and into their first women's national championship game.

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206dCharlie Creme

Syracuse rolls into first title game

Syracuse hit 12 3-pointers and used its defense to dictate the tempo and neutralize Washington star Kelsey Plum to advance to its first national championship game.

Hillsman and Butler discuss advancing to Final Four finals (1:39)
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Syracuse roll into first women's title game

The Orange women's team did what the men couldn't -- reach the NCAA title game -- after routing Washington 80-59 despite 29 points from Talia Walton. Syracuse now faces UConn for the national championship Tuesday. Box score


Butler sets NCAA record for 3-pointers

Syracuse's Brianna Butler broke the NCAA women's record for 3-pointers in a season with 128 as the Orange are cruising to the national title game.

Quentin Hillsman interview before the fourth quarter (0:35)
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Syracuse leads by 19 entering 4th quarter

The Orange have hit 10 3-pointers for a 67-48 edge over the Huskies through three quarters, potentially setting up a matchup with undefeated UConn for the national title. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN


Walton sets women's Final Four mark for 3's

Talia Walton is now 7-for-7 from 3-point range, the most triples in a women's national semifinal. However, her Washington team trails Syracuse by double digits in the third quarter. (Live on ESPN2)


Alexis Peterson fires up Syracuse bench

The Orange bench did their best Monmouth impersonation after Alexis Peterson hit another 3-pointer.

A. Peterson made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by B. Sykes. (0:42)
Washington Talia Walton Halftime Interview (0:41)
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Syracuse leads Washington by 12 at half

The Orange don't have any players in double digits, but they have hit seven 3-pointers for the 43-31 lead over the Huskies at halftime despite Talia Walton tying an women's Final Four record with 6 triples. Game stats

Brittney Sykes Halftime Interview (0:36)

Walton tries to keep Washington in game

Talia Walton is 6-for-6 from 3-point range, but her Huskies trail Syracuse by double digits late in the first half of their national semifinal. (Live on ESPN2)

T. Walton made Three Point Jumper. (0:23)
M. Morrison made Three Point Jumper. (0:31)

Syracuse pulling away from Washington

Taylor Ford has two 3-pointers off the bench, and the Orange are shooting 50% from the field, compared to the Huskies' 31.6% (and 0-for-8 on 2-pointers) to take a double-digit lead in the second quarter. (Live on ESPN2)

T. Walton made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by K. Collier. (0:20)
T. Ford made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by M. Morrison. (0:18)
B. Butler made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by A. Peterson. (0:23)