2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
30-8, 3rd in ACC
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D1 leading scorer Nwajei transfers to Syracuse

Wagner guard Jasmine Nwajei, the leading scorer in Division I women's basketball last season, is transferring to Syracuse, Orange coach Quentin Hillsman announced Tuesday.

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21dMatt Fortuna

Post-spring position rankings: Secondary

With spring practice in the rear-view mirror, we continue to look at each ACC team by position. Here is a look at the defensive backs.

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51dGraham Hays

Kia Nurse holds the cards for UConn

No team was able to beat UConn this season, but Kia Nurse is one up on teammates Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson after winning an NCAA title and leading Canada to gold in the Pan-Am Games.

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Relive the sights and sounds of the NCAA women's tournament (1:59)
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UConn's greatest class gets curtain call

This is what 12 national titles look like as Morgan Tuck, Moriah Jefferson and Breanna Stewart get a final curtain call and leave the court together. The trio went four-for-four in national championships.

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Tuck: We were able to show we are best in country (1:48)
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Stewart wins fourth Final Four most outstanding player award (1:30)
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Geno: There are no more places to conquer (3:12)

UConn wins 4th straight national title

Syracuse did outscore UConn 20-14 in the 3rd quarter, but the Huskies got the 82-51 win to finish 38-0 on the season for their fourth straight national championship. With his 11th title, coach Geno Auriemma passes John Wooden for the most titles by any head coach in NCAA basketball history. Box score

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Coach Q dresses to impress (2:11)
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51dCharlie Creme

UConn caps perfect season with fourth straight title

Breanna Stewart, Morgan Tuck and Moriah Jefferson outscored Syracuse by themselves as UConn won its fourth straight national championship. Geno Auriemma won his 11th title with the Huskies.

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Former Huskies showing support in Indy

Former UConn players such as Sue Bird, Stefanie Dolson and a dancing Maya Moore are all in the house as UConn leads Syracuse 50-23 at the half on ESPN.

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UConn legends supporting Huskies, even dancing (0:28)
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Jefferson's buzzer-beater caps 1st quarter

UConn finished a dominating first quarter with Moriah Jefferson hitting a 3 at the buzzer to put the Huskies up 28-13 on ESPN.

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Syracuse Coach Quentin Hillsman Interview (0:29)
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Stewart with huge block then huge 3

Breanna Stewart is getting it done on both ends of the floor as the Huskies lead the Orange early in the national title game on ESPN.

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51dMichelle Smith

Connecticut has a tough legacy to follow

Next season will be one of the biggest transitions that Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma expects he will have faced in more than three decades in Storrs. But he is always up for the challenge.

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51dGraham Hays

UConn's trio of seniors goes out with class

In addition to their four consecutive national titles and 151 wins in 156 games played together, UConn seniors Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck share an "unbreakable bond."

51dCharlie Creme

UConn seniors lead Huskies to 50-23 halftime lead

Breanna Stewart scored 14 points, Morgan Tuck had 13 and redshirt junior Moriah Jefferson 11 as UConn doubled up Syracuse 50-23 in the first half of the national championship game.

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UConn looks to have Gabby Williams step up (1:54)
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Two coaches, two unique styles (1:36)
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Pressure in Final Four finals (1:51)