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2020 Schedule
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11dMechelle Voepel

U.S. women's team to face UConn, Louisville

As part of its preparation for the 2020 Summer Olympics, the U.S. women's basketball team will face UConn and Louisville in exhibition games this winter.


No. 9 Louisville women pull away from Western Kentucky 75-56

Dana Evans had 19 points, Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon combined for 25 points and 17 rebounds in their Louisville debuts, and the No. 9 Cardinals pulled away from Western Kentucky 75-56 Tuesday night in the opener for both teams.

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NCAA: Ga. Tech transfers are eligible at L'ville

Louisville says the NCAA has granted waivers to Georgia Tech transfers Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon, making two of the Atlantic Coast Conference's top freshmen last season immediately eligible to play for the Cardinals.

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Top WNBA pick Young 1st of 5 ND players drafted

Top overall pick Jackie Young was the first of five Notre Dame players to be selected in Wednesday night's WNBA draft. Louisville senior Asia Durr went second to the New York Liberty.

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222dNatalie Gingerich Mackenzie

WNBA draft pick Asia Durr's pregame playlist

Louisville's senior guard Asia Durr is expected to be an early pick in this week's WNBA Draft. She shared the songs that motivate her and calm her down before a game.

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UConn's Collier headlines AP All-America team

Napheesa Collier is joined on the AP All-America team by Iowa's Megan Gustafson, Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu, Louisville's Asia Durr and Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan.


Samuelson leads UConn to 12th straight Final Four

Katie Lou Samuelson scored 29 points and second-seeded UConn held off No. 1 Louisville 80-73 on Sunday in the Albany Regional Final, extending the Huskies' record Final Four run to 12 consecutive years.

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UConn makes Final Four for 12th straight year

Katie Lou Samuelson put UConn on her injured back, scoring 29 points as second-seeded UConn held off No. 1 Louisville 80-73 on Sunday to reach a record 12th straight Final Four.