The Huskies' ability to be a No. 1 seed likely depends on whether transfer Evina Westbrook is immediately eligible to play this season.
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No conference has produced three No. 1 seeds in one women's NCAA tournament. Oregon, Stanford and Oregon State are staring down history in 2020.
- Sniezek leaves Stanford, transfers to Notre Dame
- Stanford recruit Belibi wins JamFest dunk contest
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
- Lady Bears are No. 1 in committee's top 16
The leader of the Women's National Basketball Players Association, and the Los Angeles Sparks, Ogwumike readies for sport-altering negotiation
Oregon and Baylor remain 1-2, but UConn jumped four spots to No. 3. Stanford and Oregon State helped give the Pac-12 three of the top six teams.
Guard Marta Sniezek, who started 50 games at Stanford but did not play last season due to multiple injuries, has transferred to Notre Dame and is eligible to play next season.
Oregon is one of three Pac-12 teams in the top six. Reigning NCAA champion Baylor checks in at No. 2, and UConn starts out at No. 7.
Guard Jackie Young, who announced Monday that she will leave Notre Dame after three seasons, is the predicted No. 1 pick for Wednesday's WNBA draft.
With Sabrina Ionescu staying put, Asia Durr is now the projected No. 1 pick. Sophie Cunningham and Jessica Shepard also moved into the first round.
Six players projected to be first-round picks in our third WNBA mock draft will play Friday in the Women's Final Four. Sabrina Ionescu remains No. 1.
After trailing Stanford at halftime, Notre Dame's offensive firepower kicked in and earned the Irish another trip to the Women's Final Four.
Jackie Young scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead defending national champion Notre Dame back to the Final Four with an 84-68 victory over Stanford on Monday night.
Baylor routed Iowa and Notre Dame rallied past Stanford to join Oregon and UConn in the Women's Final Four, which opens Friday.
Jessica Shepard hopes to make her second straight Final Four with Notre Dame but will have to get through Stanford to do it.
Is Louisville-UConn the best game in the Elite Eight? Can any of the No. 2 seeds knock off the top seeds in the regional final? Games resume Sunday.
Alanna Smith and Stanford outlasted Missouri State for a 55-46 victory on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament, sending the cold-shooting Cardinal back to the Elite Eight for the third time in four years.
Baylor and Notre Dame are unanimous picks to reach the Women's Final Four. Our panel is split on UConn-Louisville and Mississippi State-Oregon.
Arike Ogunbowale outdueled Chennedy Carter as Notre Dame joined Baylor, Iowa and Stanford in the Elite Eight. We wrap up Saturday's best storylines.
What are the biggest X factors in the Sweet 16? Our expert panel makes game-by-game predictions for each matchup in the regional semifinals.
After learning of Holly Warlick's firing while on the bench, Jordan Horston carried her East team to an easy victory.
ESPN's Nell Fortner and LaChina Robinson look at whether Missouri State can challenge Stanford and how Arike Ogunbowale and Chennedy Carter match up.
ESPN's Basketball Power Index looks at every Sweet 16 team's odds to reach the Elite Eight, the Final Four and the NCAA final, and to win the title.
No. 1 prospect Haley Jones reeled in another national award prior to the McDonald's All American Games.
Alanna Smith had 23 points and 14 rebounds, helping second-seeded Stanford overcome a slow start and advance to the Sweet 16 for a 12th straight year by holding off No. 7 seed BYU 72-63 in a physical second-round NCAA Tournament matchup Monday night.
Belibi dazzles with four perfect dunks at Powerade JamFest
Stanford recruit Fran Belibi puts on a show, throwing down four dunks that receive perfect scores to win the Powerade Jam Fest.