2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
12-18, 12th in Big Ten
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Penn State, Washington part after 12 seasons

After a 12-18 season ended with a first-round loss in the Big Ten Tournament, Penn State parted ways Friday with women's basketball coach Coquese Washington after 12 seasons.

Mikesell nails a deep 3 to extend Terps' lead (0:19)
Charles crosses over and attacks the rim (0:19)
Austin drives strong to the rim (0:15)
Page goes coast to coast for Penn State (0:19)
417d

A head coaches panel on Black coaches in WBB

Felicia Hall Allen moderates a conversation between head coaches Yolett McPhee-McCuin of Jacksonville University, David Six of Hampton University, Coquese Washington of Penn State and Quentin Hillsman of Syracuse on the lack of opportunities for Black coaches in women's basketball and more.

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625d

PSU's Page hurts ankle at USA Under-23 camp

Penn State guard Teniya Page was treated at a local hospital Thursday after fracturing her right ankle during an intrasquad game at the USA Basketball Under-23 camp.

Indiana takes down Penn State (1:07)
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837dGraham Hays

Penn State's rebuild still taking shape

Penn State used to be an NCAA tournament regular. But the Lady Lions won just 18 games the past two seasons combined, a reminder of how small the margin for error is for most Division I programs.

Penn State tops Iowa to end two-game skid (0:53)
Rutgers upsets Penn State (1:04)
Penn State tops Illinois, advances in Big Ten tourney (0:31)
espnW Highlights of the Night (2:31)
1769d

Penn St.'s Joyner retires as athletic director

Penn State athletic director Dave Joyner will soon resign -- possibly by the end of the week -- while a search for his successor remains ongoing, according to a report by PennLive.com.

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1847dMichelle Smith

Smith: While UNC battles, Stanford breezes

The Cardinal coasted to their ninth Elite Eight in 11 years against Penn State, while North Carolina ground out an upset over top-seed South Carolina.

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1848dMichelle Smith

Smith: Stanford 82, Penn State 57

Chiney Ogwumike scored 29 points and Stanford held Penn State star Maggie Lucas scoreless for nearly the final 30 minutes of Sunday's game to advance to the Elite Eight.