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  • UConn No. 1 in women's Top 25 after Irish win

    UConn is back in a familiar place -- No. 1 in the women's basketball poll after beating former No. 1 Notre Dame on Sunday by 18 points.

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  • UConn No. 1 in women’s AP Top 25 again after beating Notre Dame

    UConn is back in a familiar place: No. 1 in the women's basketball poll. The Huskies moved up one place to the top spot after beating former No. 1 Notre Dame on Sunday by 18 points. UConn was the unanimous choice from the 31-member national media panel Monday. Geno Auriemma didn't want to make too much of his team's ascension to the top spot after the 89-71 win over the Irish. "We've got a lot of tests coming up: at Louisville is no trip to the beach, neither is at Baylor," the Huskies' head...

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  • UConn No. 1 in women’s AP Top 25 again after Notre Dame win

    UConn is back in a familiar place — No. 1 in the women's basketball poll. The Huskies moved up one place to the top spot after beating former No. 1 … Click to Continue

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  • Notre Dame-UConn still 1-2 in women’s AP Top 25

    Notre Dame and UConn remain the top two teams in The Associated Press women's basketball poll, setting up a 1-vs.-2 matchup on Sunday. Both teams faced deficits this past week … Click to Continue

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  • No. 1 Stanford women, No. 4 St. Mary’s men advance in NCAA soccer

    Jordan DiBiasi headed in a pass from Jaye Boissiere in the 37th minute and the stout Stanford defense held up as the defending national women's NCAA champions defeated beat No. 23 Wisconsin 1-0 on Sunday at Cagan Stadium to make the NCAA quarterfinals for the ninth time in 12 years. No. 1 Stanford (20-0-2) dominated possession in the NCAA third-round match. The match was scoreless until Boissiere first-timed a diagonal ball to DiBiasi between two defenders at close range. Wisconsin goalkeeper...

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  • Stanford women’s basketball adds Mitty’s Haley Jones, nation’s top recruit

    The Stanford women's basketball team doesn't play again until Sunday at Gonzaga, but the Cardinal pulled off a huge win Wednesday nonetheless. They landed the nation's No. 1 recruit, Haley Jones of Mitty. After landing the No. 5 ranked recruiting class in 2017 and the No. 10 class this year, Stanford will have the No. 2 class next fall, behind only South Carolina. The addition of Jones bumped the Cardinal up from No. 4. "She's very versatile; she can play 1 through 4," head coach Tara VanDerveer...

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  • Girls’ basketball Top 20: No surprise with St. John’s at the top of first rankings

    Azzi Fudd leads the Cadets again; McNamara and Paul VI also top contenders.

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