At 5-6 and with a tough ACC schedule looming, the Irish could miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995.
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Connecticut jumped to No. 2 behind Stanford in The Associated Press women's Top 25 rankings released Monday after another week filled with upsets.
- Stanford on top, UConn up to No. 2 in AP poll
- Warlick: Auriemma's Lady Vols criticism 'not fair'
- Auriemma upset NCAA denied Westbrook appeal
- DeBerry, No. 5 prospect in '21, picks UConn
After Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UConn as No. 1 seeds, Baylor, Florida State, Louisville and South Carolina are 2-seeds.
More confident and more comfortable taking charge, Megan Walker came into the season prepared for more responsibility. The junior has delivered.
UConn is 8-0 and undefeated. And on Sunday, junior Megan Walker showed the rest of the country she might be ready to be the next great Huskies player.
Megan Walker scored 26 points and pulled down 13 rebounds Sunday to lead No. 4 UConn to an 81-57 rout of rival Notre Dame.
Megan Walker scored 29 points and Aubrey Griffin added 25 as No. 4 UConn recovered from a slow start to defeat Seton Hall 92-78 on Thursday night.
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Megan Walker scored 23 points and matched her career high with 12 rebounds Tuesday night, and No. 4 UConn beat Dayton 75-37 without injured point guard Crystal Dangerfield.
Thirteen years have passed since they last played. And Pat Summitt is gone. But as seen recently, the UConn-Tennessee rivalry is as fiery as ever.
Crystal Dangerfield scored 23 points and Christyn Williams added 20 to lead No. 4 UConn over Ohio State 73-62 on Sunday.
Oregon State joins Oregon, UConn and Baylor on the top line. Stanford, Texas A&M, South Carolina and Louisville are No. 2 seeds.
While the top four schools remained unchanged since the beginning of national signing week, Louisville and Rutgers are among the schools that jumped in the class rankings.
Megan Walker scored 15 of her 19 points in the first half and No. 4 UConn blew out Virginia 83-44 on Tuesday night.