Three No. 3 seeds lost. UCLA no longer has a shot at a No. 1. A Sunday full of unexpected outcomes caused quite a bit of movement in the bracket.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 85-45
- 11/9W 74-52
- 11/14W 86-51
- 11/22W 92-58
- 11/26W 100-65
- 11/30W 61-56
- 12/1W 73-62
- 12/7W 58-44
- 12/15W 68-57
- 12/19W 59-50
- 12/2212W 68-58
- 12/29W 83-59
- 1/3W 68-66
- 1/518W 70-58
- 1/10W 84-54
- 1/12W 65-62
- 1/17L 70-68
- 1/24W 85-80
- 1/26W 66-50
- 1/3116L 92-66
- 2/219W 70-61
- 2/76W 79-69
- 2/9W 74-70
- 2/143L 80-66
- 2/1715W 83-74
- 2/21W 70-62
- 2/23L 74-68
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Amber Melgoza scored 20 points, Rita Pleskevich added 15 and Washington upset No. 8 UCLA 74-68 on Sunday.
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Charisma Osborne had a career-high 32 points and 11 rebounds and No. 8 UCLA rallied in the fourth quarter and beat Washington State 70-62 on Friday night.
Teams like NC State, Mississippi State, UCLA and Gonzaga remain somewhat of a mystery due to injuries and imbalance of conference schedules.
Maryland joins South Carolina, Baylor and Oregon as No. 1 seeds. Oregon, UConn, Mississippi State and Northwestern are the top four in Portland.
Charisma Osborne scored 22 points, including seven in overtime, and No. 8 UCLA rallied to beat 15th-ranked Oregon State 83-74 on Monday night.
Ruthy Hebard scored 30 points, Sabrina Ionescu had 18 points and added another milestone to her amazing collegiate career as third-ranked Oregon defeated No. 7 UCLA 80-66 on Friday night in a matchup of the top two women's teams in the Pac-12 Conference.
ESPN.com's experts examine UConn's 20-3 record and Geno Auriemma's recent comments, the keys to Baylor and which bubble teams to watch in March.
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.
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.
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.
Michaela Onyenwere hit a go-ahead jumper in the paint with 25.7 seconds left and scored seven of her 22 points in overtime, and No. 10 UCLA held off California for a hard-fought 74-70 win Sunday to complete an impressive Bay Area sweep.
Michaela Onyenwere had 29 points and 10 rebounds and No. 10 UCLA pulled away from No. 6 Stanford late for a 79-69 victory Friday night that moved the Bruins into a tie for second place in the Pac-12 with the Cardinal.
Maryland replaces Oregon State on the 2-seed line and Arizona joins the top 16 in a reshuffled field following the NCAA committee's first reveal.
With Maryland as a No. 2 seed and Arizona in the top 16, the committee placed less emphasis on nonconference schedule strength in its first reveal.
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.
Before the NCAA selection committee reveals its top 16 seeds during Big Monday (ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET), Charlie Creme unveils the teams atop his S-curve.
South Carolina, Baylor, Louisville and Oregon remain No. 1 seeds. Oregon State replaced UCLA as a 2-seed, joining UConn, NC State and Stanford.