Sabrina Ionescu fell a rebound short of her 19th career triple-double in Oregon's win over Utah State on Wednesday, but she did eclipse the 2,000-point and 800-assist marks for her career.
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Sabrina Ionescu surpassed 2,000 career points and fell just short of a 19th triple-double as No. 1 Oregon routed Utah State 109-52 on Wednesday night.
- Ducks' Ionescu eclipses 2,000 points, 800 assists
- Oregon still atop poll with win over national team
- Ionescu, Oregon top Team USA in historic upset
- Reigning winner Ionescu highlights Wooden list
Not only is Oregon No. 1 in the poll, but the Ducks also have the top recruiting class, thanks to five top-33 prospects
For WNBA front offices, there's only one way to look at the NCAA season: player evaluation time for the 2020 WNBA draft.
Which top prospects have already signed? What can we expect during the early period of national signing week? We break it down.
Two days after shocking the best team in the world, the top-ranked Oregon Ducks easily won their season opener.
Oregon received 28 of 30 first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the Associated Press poll. The Ducks open their season Monday night.
With five top-33 prospects, Oregon has the No. 1 recruiting class in the Class of 2020 entering signing week.
Oregon hasn't played a game that counts, but the senior guard's 30 points to help the Ducks knock off Team USA couldn't be overlooked.
In beating the U.S. women, the No. 1 Ducks couldn't have picked a better way to launch what could be the most special season in program history.
Sabrina Ionescu scored 20 of her 30 points in the third quarter, and the No. 1-ranked Oregon women handed the U.S. national team just its second loss ever to a college team Saturday at Matthew Knight Arena.
ESPN.com's experts make their picks, but No. 1 Oregon isn't a unanimous choice to hoist the 2020 championship trophy.
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Chennedy Carter and Satou Sabally are among the top juniors whose stocks have risen since they were high school recruits.
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Oregon triple-double machine Sabrina Ionescu tops the list, with teammates Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally also landing in the top 10.
Sabrina Ionescu, who won the Wooden Award last season, is joined by Oregon teammates Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally on this year's preseason list as the Ducks open the season at No. 1.
The Pac-12 race just got even more exciting. The Cardinal set the bar high in a loss to Team USA and look to be one of the country's deepest teams.
Sabrina Ionescu put the Ducks on the national stage. With her decision to return for her senior year, she helped give them their first No. 1 ranking.
Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu headlines The Associated Press women's basketball preseason All-America team. She was joined on the team by Lauren Cox of Baylor, Beatrice Mompremier of Miami, Kaila Charles of Maryland and Chennedy Carter of Texas A&M.
Oregon is No. 1 for the first time in school history while Tennessee's streak of 42 straight appearances in The Associated Press preseason Top 25 is over.
The ACC is wide open, South Carolina and Texas A&M will battle for the SEC crown, and Baylor, Maryland and Oregon are heavy favorites.
Oregon, Stanford and Oregon State landed in the top six of our preseason poll. Defending champ Baylor is No. 2, and UConn rounds out the top three.