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2016 Schedule
31-5, 2nd in Big 12
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UConn vs. Texas Postgame Breakdown: Huskies advance to Final Four, Stewart Leads the Way (1:45)
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UConn tops Texas for ninth straight Final Four appearance (1:50)
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UConn clinches bid to 9th straight Final Four

Morgan Tuck scored 22 points and Breanna Stewart added 21 points and 13 rebounds to lead top-seeded UConn back to the Final Four with an 86-65 victory over Texas on Monday night.

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Stewart, Jefferson and Tuck excited after winning Bridgeport Regional (1:41)
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Geno discusses advancing to Final Four (1:22)
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UConn advances to 9th straight Final Four

Breanna Stewart recorded her 16th double-double this season as the Huskies won their 22nd consecutive NCAA tournament game, setting a new Women's D-I record, routing Texas 86-65. Box score

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UConn spin move puts defender on ground

Morgan Tuck's driving is in fine form as the Huskies are holding on to their double-digit lead on ESPN.

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Longhorns quickly answer Stewart's 3

Breanna Stewart's 3-pointer was picture perfect, but Lashann Higgs beat all the Huskies down the floor for an easy bucket. (Live on ESPN)

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Interview with UConn Senior Breanna Stewart at halftime (0:25)
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Interview with Texas Head Coach Karen Aston after the 1st quarter (0:30)
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UConn approaching another Final Four

Breanna Stewart & Co. will take a 66-47 advantage into the fourth quarter against Texas, with an eye on their 22nd consecutive win in the NCAA tournament and a ninth straight Final Four trip. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Final Four ticket getting punched

With a 15-point cushion coming out of the locker room, UConn is 20 minutes from its ninth consecutive Final Four. Texas needs a comeback if it wants its first appearance since 2003. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

UConn pulls away late in first half, up 15

Texas kept it tight for the first few minutes, but a second-quarter run put the undefeated Huskies up 46-31 at the break. UConn's Morgan Tuck is a perfect 4-of-4 from the field for 10 points. Halftime stats

Longhorns giving Huskies a game early

Texas' Ariel Atkins had 10 points in the first quarter of the Elite Eight matchup. Robert Morris (first round) and Mississippi State (Sweet 16) combined to score eight points against UConn in the first quarter. The Huskies lead 22-17 after one. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Geno: Of course there is competition out there (3:03)
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Stewart, UConn making no apologies for dominant play (2:00)
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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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Is Stewart the greatest Husky ever?

This much we know: Breanna Stewart was practically perfect against Mississippi State. Would a fourth straight national title and a fourth most outstanding player award end any doubt?

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Texas holds off UCLA to advance to Elite Eight (0:41)
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UConn vs. Texas Elite Eight Preview (2:16)
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Boyette, Horns rally past UCLA, reach Elite Eight

Imani Boyette had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Texas rallied from a 10-point deficit in the second half to beat UCLA, 72-64. The Horns will face UConn in the regional final.

Texas gets past UCLA in women’s tourney

The 2-seed Longhorns opened the fourth quarter on a 10-0 run and never looked back, beating UCLA 72-64 to move on to the Elite Eight, where they will play heavy tournament favorite UConn. The Bruins were held to 10 points in the final frame. Imani Boyette (Texas) had 18 points and 10 boards. Final stats

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Boyette leads Texas to Elite 8 (1:15)
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How Texas rallied to roll into Elite Eight

UCLA seemed to have Texas on the ropes at the end of the third quarter. But Imani Boyette and the Longhorns found their groove and sent the second-seeded Longhorns into the Elite Eight.