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2016 Schedule
20-11, 5th in ACC
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Women's teams that just missed dancing

Selection Monday wasn't so kind to these bubble teams, the last four teams left off:

  • Iowa
  • NC State
  • Ohio
  • UTEP
Full women's tournament

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74dCharlie Creme

Creme: Breaking down the bubble teams

Will Rachel Banham's super season have to settle for the WNIT? Will Duke miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1994? Charlie Creme sorts out 13 teams on both sides of the bubble.

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Play 4Kay: Say something to Coach Yow (1:32)
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Coach Wes: 'This was a really big game for us' (2:13)
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77dMechelle Voepel

Hoops helps former Big 12 stars battle cancer

Chameka Scott, NCAA champ at Baylor, and former Texas star Tiffany Jackson-Jones have learned how being an athlete, and the support of the hoops community, can be channeled into fighting cancer.

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No. 23 Louisville women rally past NC State 92-90

Mariya Moore scored a career-high 31 points, including two game-winning free throws with three seconds left, and No. 23 Louisville rallied to beat North Carolina State 92-90 on Sunday for its 11t

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NC State gets first win at Duke since 1996

Dominique Wilson scored 19 points and North Carolina State beat No. 22 Duke 65-62 on Thursday night for the Wolfpack's first victory on the Blue Devils' home floor since 1996.

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NC State gives new deals to Gottfried, Moore

NC State says it has agreed to new contracts for men's basketball coach Mark Gottfried and women's basketball coach Wes Moore, running through 2020.

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Signing Week: Aislinn Konig (0:31)
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Don't Ever Give Up: The impact of Kay Yow (1:18)
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Young's late jumper lifts VT in ACC tourney

Hannah Young hit a long jumper with 0.5 seconds remaining to help the 15th-seeded Virginia Tech women beat No. 10 seed North Carolina State in the first round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament on Wednesday.

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Then and now, Kay Yow still inspires

A chance meeting with Kay Yow 26 years ago still inspires espnW editor Mary Ullmer as she begins her own fight with breast cancer.