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PLAY 4KAY

Carrying on Kay Yow's legacy

Coaches and former players describe Kay Yow's vision for the Kay Yow Fund and how they are successfully carrying out her vision to this day.

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Play 4Kay: Power of One

Every minute, one woman in the United States is diagnosed with cancer. Former NC State coach Kay Yow knew one person could make a difference in the fight.

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BAYLOR

HIGHLIGHTS

Cooper shoves her way through traffic for and-1

Baylor's Te'a Cooper cuts through a pair of Oklahoma State defenders and lays in a shot plus the foul in the first half.

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Richards' steal leads to Cooper's quick finish in transition

Baylor's DiDi Richards pokes the ball away from Oklahoma State and sends a long pass up to Te'a Cooper who finishes with an easy layup in transition.

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ANOTHER MILESTONE FOR IONESCU

OREGON DUCKS

Ionescu dishes 1000th career assist in Ducks' win

Sabrina Ionescu scores 18 points and adds eight assists, including 1000th of her career as the Ducks take down the Bruins 80-66.

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The ultimate guide to Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu

Triple-double machine Sabrina Ionescu keeps adding to her NCAA career record. We're tracking the journey, the stat watch and the record countdown.

WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Ranking the top 25 players in women's college basketball

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.

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BRACKETOLOGY

UConn has little shot at a No. 1 seed -- but does it matter?

Last season, despite being a No. 2 seed, UConn reached the Final Four. What's different this season? The Huskies' regional will be far away from home.

Bracketology: NC State moves to No. 1 seed as UConn, Louisville stumble

Louisville's two-game skid opened the door to the top line, but UConn falls to the No. 2 team in Portland while the Cardinals are a 3 seed.

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South Carolina breaks UConn hex, seals status as nation's No. 1 team

The Gamecocks got their first win over UConn, which has lost three games by double digits in a single season for the first time since 2004-05.

Geno shows his frustration: 'We're allowed to lose a game'

Geno Auriemma expresses his frustration over people thinking UConn can't lose games because of its numerous years of perfect records.

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South Carolina upends UConn to cement its success

The No. 1 Gamecocks prove they're for real and get their first win against No. 5 UConn (previously 0-8) via a 70-52 rout.

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Tyasha Harris demands respect against Huskies

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Harris knocks down 3, gets USC bench excited

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Cooke steals and makes bucket for SC

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