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2016 Schedule
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36dKatie Barnes

VanDerveer talks gender bias, new WSF report

A strong female presence within athletic departments is necessary to avoid gender bias within college athletics, Stanford women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer says.

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123dJordan Brenner

She's not just Russell Wilson's sister

She locked up a scholarship to Stanford, moved West for her senior year and won a state title. Now Anna Wilson will play in the McDonald's All American Game. Think Russell Wilson did all that?

Washington tops Stanford for first trip to Final Four (0:46)
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124dGraham Hays

Osahor drives Washington to its first Final Four

She might have a shot that makes you look twice (yes, that set shot), but Chantel Osahor is finally breaking onto the national stage. And Washington followed her lead all the way to Indianapolis.

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Washington beats Stanford to reach Final Four

Kelsey Plum scored 26 points and Chantel Osahor had 24 points and 18 rebounds Sunday as Washington defeated Stanford 85-76 to earn its first Final Four appearance.

Postgame Interview with Washington forward Talia Walton (1:13)
Osahor discusses career-high score in Elite Eight win (1:08)
Plum ecstatic about making it to Final Four (0:58)
Postgame Interview with Washington Head Coach Mike Neighbors (1:11)

Washington advances to Final Four

Stanford got within 4 points of the Huskies in the second half, but 7-seed Washington pulled off the 85-76 win to become just the fourth team to make the Final Four with double-digit losses (10). Box score

The Washington Huskies advance to the final four for the first time in school history (0:26)
Interview with Stanford Head Coach Tara VanDerveer before the start of the fourth quarter (0:32)
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124dGraham Hays

Washington earns first trip to Final Four

No. 7 seed Washington is going to its first Final Four after knocking off fourth-seeded Stanford. The Huskies are the lowest seed to reach the national semis since 7-seed Minnesota in 2004.

Interview with Stanford Guard Lili Thompson before the start of the second half (0:27)
Interview with Washington Guard Kelsey Plum at halftime (0:23)
Interview with Washington Head Coach Mike Neighbors at the start of the 2nd quarter (0:29)

Huskies hold double-digit lead at half

No. 7 seed Washington held 4-seed Stanford to just 7 points in the first quarter, tied for its fewest in the first quarter this season, as the Huskies lead 37-26 at halftime of the women's Elite Eight matchup. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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125dGraham Hays

Why each Elite Eight team could reach Indianapolis

Some say UConn hoisting the 2016 title is a foregone conclusion, but every team left (OK, maybe not Texas) has a shot to reach the Final Four. The espnW experts make their Elite Eight picks.