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2016 Schedule
27-8, 3rd in Pac-12
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34dJordan 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?

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Washington tops Stanford for first trip to Final Four (0:46)
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35dGraham 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.

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

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The Washington Huskies advance to the final four for the first time in school history (0:26)
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Interview with Stanford Head Coach Tara VanDerveer before the start of the fourth quarter (0:32)
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35dGraham 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.

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Interview with Stanford Guard Lili Thompson before the start of the second half (0:27)
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Interview with Washington Guard Kelsey Plum at halftime (0:23)
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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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36dGraham 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.

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36dGraham Hays

Familiarity breeds respect for Cardinal, Huskies

Stanford won at home against Washington in January. The Huskies beat the Cardinal in the Pac-12 tournament in Seattle. Now, with the Final Four on the line, they meet in Lexington.

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36dGraham Hays

Pac-12 pair Stanford, UW will meet in Elite Eight

UW's Chantel Osahor and Talia Walton and Stanford's Erika McCall and Karlie Samuelson might not have been the players everyone expected to break the bracket wide open. But they did just that.

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37dMechelle Voepel

March was made for nights like Friday

Four games. Four upsets. Two No. 1 seeds ousted. Friday's stunners are what make March Madness so dramatic and are a symbol of much-needed parity. But did things just get easier for UConn?

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Stanford upsets Notre Dame (0:57)
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Breakdown of Lexington Region upsets (2:10)
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Stanford topples top-seeded Notre Dame

Erica McCall scored a career-high 27 points, and No. 4 seed Stanford stunned No. 1 seed Notre Dame 90-84 on Friday night in an NCAA Lexington Regional semifinal.

Another No. 1 seed falls in women's tourney

No. 4 seed Stanford knocked off No. 1 seed Notre Dame 90-84 to advance to the Elite 8. The Cardinal took the lead midway through the first quarter and never looked back, holding off a late Fighting Irish charge in the final minutes. Erica McCall powered Stanford with 27 points, while Karlie Samuelson added 20. Final stats