Taylor Mikesell scored 19 points and No. 9 Maryland dominated neighboring rival George Washington from the outset in an 88-54 rout Wednesday night.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 68-56
- 11/10L 75-50
- 11/13L 59-53
- 11/17W 64-63
- 11/209L 88-54
- 11/24W 52-49
- 12/1W 54-35
- 12/4W 63-49
- 12/7W 78-67
- 12/10L 83-50
- 12/20L 69-50
- 12/22L 66-53
- 12/29L 63-51
- 1/4L 70-60
- 1/8W 65-60
- 1/12L 53-47
- 1/18L 62-55
- 1/22L 66-50
- 1/26W 50-47
- 1/29W 56-50
- 2/2L 59-45
- 2/6L 59-55
- 2/9W 56-55
- 2/12L 61-54
- 2/15W 62-57
- 2/19L 50-44
- 2/22W 72-65
- 2/25W 73-56
- 2/29W 50-40
- 3/3L 57-49
- Full Schedule
Championship Week upsets can shatter NCAA tournament dreams for bubble teams. And after George Washington upset Dayton in the A-10 semifinals, Charlie Creme projects the league will put two teams in the NCAA field -- which leaves Nebraska on the outside looking in.
All 32 automatic NCAA tournament berths are spoken for. But before the NCAA bracket is revealed during Monday's Selection Show (ESPN, 7 p.m. ET), Charlie Creme says Auburn is in and George Washington is on the wrong side of the bubble.
Jennifer Rizzotti had said few schools could lure her away from Hartford. When George Washington opened up, Rizzotti knew the time was right. The coach and the Colonials are off to a 1-1 start.
Jonathan Tsipis, who led George Washington to consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, has been hired as the first man to coach Wisconsin's women's basketball team.
Jonathan Tsipis has resigned as George Washington women's basketball coach after compiling a 92-38 record in four seasons.
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Toughest region? Best first-round game? Projected Final Four in Indianapolis? Charlie Creme, Graham Hays and Mechelle Voepel make their quick picks now that we've seen the bracket.
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Florida Gulf Coast topped our preseason mid-major poll but then fell out of the rankings completely. Now, thanks to stellar team defense, the Eagles are back, replacing Green Bay at No. 1.
Green Bay, FGCU and George Washington are 1-2-3 in Graham Hays' mid-major rankings, and San Diego, BYU and Arkansas State broke into the top 10.
Fans had mid-majors to thank for much of the fun in the 2015 NCAA tourney. With perhaps the deepest collection of viable mid-major teams of the past decade, this year could be even better.
With five Top 25 teams, including unbeaten Princeton, the landscape for mid-majors hasn't looked this good since the 2011-12 season.
What can we really expect to learn when the NCAA selection committee unveils its current No. 1 seeds and top-20 teams Wednesday? Whether Princeton, James Madison and George Washington are included might be the biggest insights.
Princeton still leads the way, but a pair of Atlantic 10 teams -- No. 5 George Washington and No. 7 Dayton -- prepare to meet in a huge mid-major clash.
With an absence of upsets, or even many close games, the top-10 mid-major rankings remained mostly the same.
It might not be as impressive as Princeton breaking into the Top 25 for just the second time in program history, but the 16-0 Tigers also have taken over No. 1 in Graham Hays' biweekly mid-major poll.
Chattanooga, Long Beach State and Indiana State made their way into Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
After routing Michigan on the road, Princeton -- the only Ivy League team ever to open the season 9-0 -- moved up four spots to No. 2, trailing only Green Bay in Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.