Three days after getting routed by the Oregon Ducks, Stanford rallied to get something out of the most difficult road trip in college basketball this season.
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- 1/5W 77-56
- 1/10W 73-40
- 1/12W 79-65
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Stanford standout freshman Haley Jones, the nation's No. 1 recruit, left Sunday's 61-58 win at No. 8 Oregon State with an apparent right knee injury, which will require an MRI.
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Kiana Williams scored 17 points and Lexie Hull added 14, to help No. 3 Stanford beat eighth-ranked Oregon State 61-58 on Sunday.
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Sabrina Ionescu had a career-high 37 points and became Oregon's scoring leader by playing one of the best games on a résumé full of contenders.
Sabrina Ionescu had a career-high 37 points to become Oregon's all-time leading scorer, and the sixth-ranked Ducks handed No. 3 Stanford its first conference loss with an 87-55 victory Thursday night.
A great weekend for ASU translated to zero Pac-12 teams on the top line in Bracketology. And Oregon's loss hurt far worse than Oregon State's.
After a weekend of upsets, South Carolina is the No. 1 overall team, followed by Baylor. Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UCLA are all No. 2 seeds.
Kiana Williams had 21 points, six rebounds and five assists, and No. 5 Stanford made it a weekend sweep of California with a 79-65 victory Sunday night in the second meeting over three days between the Bay Area rivals.
Hall of Famer Tara VanDerveer became the first women's basketball coach with 500 regular-season wins in a single conference, and her No. 5 Stanford team beat California 73-40 on Friday night in the first of two weekend meetings between the Bay Area...
After upsetting UConn, Baylor joins Oregon, Oregon State and South Carolina as No. 1 seeds. The Huskies are the 2 seed in Oregon's region.
Kiana Williams keyed a decisive stretch late in the third quarter with three quick baskets to finish with 20 points and nine assists, leading No. 5 Stanford to a 77-56 win against Washington on Sunday.
Nadia Fingall had a season-high 20 points and six rebounds and No. 5 Stanford beat Washington State for the 66th consecutive time, 77-58 on Friday night.
The top-16 seeds remained the same, but the Big Ten has 10 teams in the field. Ahead of next week's showdown, UConn is a No. 1 seed and Baylor a 2.
Haley Jones scored a season-high 21 points and had 11 rebounds to help No. 5 Stanford beat UC Davis 67-55 on Saturday and avoid an upset.
The truth is, this season lacks a no-brainer choice for No. 1. But Oregon State's resume is better than UConn's, and the Beavers should be on top.
In toppling No. 1 Stanford, Texas owns the best win in the country and vaults back into the field. But who replaces Stanford as a No. 1 seed?
Texas' upset of Stanford knocked the Cardinal off the top line, making way for South Carolina to join UConn, Oregon and Oregon State as No. 1 seeds.
Texas became the first unranked women's team to beat the top-ranked team since January, getting 20 points and a career-best 19 rebounds from Charli Collier to knock off the Cardinal 69-64.
Texas became the first unranked women's team to beat the No. 1 squad since January, getting 20 points and a career-best 19 rebounds from Charli Collier to knock off Stanford 69-64 on Sunday.
Some of the top freshmen in the country have started to show out and it's only a month into the women's college basketball season.
Kiana Williams had 19 points and seven assists and No. 1 Stanford beat No. 23 Tennessee 78-51 on Wednesday night to improve to 10-0.