2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 67-44
- 11/10W 67-52
- 11/13W 67-48
- 11/16W 50-47
- 11/21W 79-54
- 11/26W 81-35
- 12/1W 81-52
- 12/4W 86-39
- 12/8W 79-49
- 12/11W 91-36
- 12/157L 67-66
- 12/21W 63-61
- 1/24L 99-72
- 1/522W 80-76
- 1/9W 81-71
- 1/12W 65-45
- 1/1612W 76-54
- 1/19L 65-59
- 1/27W 68-61
- 1/30W 62-47
- 2/2L 70-62
- 2/6W 66-62
- 2/925L 103-85
- 2/166W 73-62
- 2/20W 94-52
- 2/231L 67-58
- 2/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
- Oregon's Ionescu, 2 others on Wooden Watch list
- Kentucky's Howard sidelined with broken finger
- Ex-UK center Harrison transferring to Lipscomb
- UK's Harrison out indefinitely for health reasons
Rhyne Howard scored 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds as No. 14 Kentucky coasted to a 94-52 win over Mississippi on Thursday night.
Kentucky will help carry the SEC flag in March Madness. We also break down the top players who might miss the Big Dance and what's wrong at Oregon State.
Rhyne Howard scored 26 points and led a third-quarter surge that sent No. 18 Kentucky over No. 6 Mississippi State 73-62 victory on Sunday.
Sabrina Ionescu leads the way, joined by two Ducks in the top five. But with a month to go before Selection Monday, eight new faces made the list.
Alexis Tolefree scored 30 points on 5-of-10 shooting from 3-point range and No. 25-ranked Arkansas beat 15th-ranked Kentucky 103-85 on Sunday.
Sabrina Haines scored 14 points with four 3-pointers, Chasity Patterson added 11 points and No. 15 Kentucky beat Alabama 66-62 on Thursday night.
Oregon's Ruthy Hebard, Sabrina Ionescu and Satou Sabally are among 20 players who appear on the late-season watch list for the 2020 Wooden Award, giving the Ducks the most representatives of any school.
Freshman Lavender Briggs scored nine of her 18 points in a 25-5 fourth-quarter blitz that rallied Florida to a 70-62 win over No. 13 Kentucky on Sunday.
No. 13 Kentucky will be without top scorer Rhyne Howard for at least a couple of weeks. Howard broke a finger on her non-shooting hand.
Amanda Paschal stepped in for injured star Rhyne Howard and scored a career-high 18 points to lead No. 13 Kentucky to a 62-47 win over Missouri on Thursday night.
Rhyne Howard hit three clutch free throws, collected a steal and blocked a shot in the final 29 seconds as the No. 13 Kentucky women held off Auburn, 68-61 on Monday night.