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Rutgers Elevates Past First Round (0:43)
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Rutgers uses barrage of 3s to top Seton Hall

Kahleah Copper and Tyler Scaife each scored 21 points and eighth-seed Rutgers used a season high seven 3-pointers to beat in-state rival No.9 seed Seton Hall 79-66 in the opening round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday.

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DePaul shuts down Seton Hall for Big East title

Megan Podkowa scored 19 points, and DePaul beat No. 24 Seton Hall 78-68 on Tuesday night for its second consecutive Big East tournament title and automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.

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St. John's uses 16-2 run to upset Seton Hall

Danaejah Grant scored 17 points, Amber Thompson added 12 points and 20 rebounds and St. John's held No. 23 Seton Hall without a basket for nearly the final 9 1/2 minutes in a 59-50 win Friday night.

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Richardson-Smith lifts Seton Hall to UGA upset

Tabatha Richardson-Smith scored 15 of her 25 points in a key second-half run to help Seton Hall upset No. 14 Georgia 70-51 on Sunday for the Pirates' 11th-straight win.

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NCAA clears Simmons to play at Seton Hall

Seton Hall coach Tony Bozzella said Thursday that Daisha Simmons has been cleared by the NCAA to immediately play basketball for the school.

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493dMechelle Voepel

Tide flip Simmons decision, will back waiver

Alabama announced Tuesday it will support a waiver to allow women's basketball player Daisha Simmons to compete this season at Seton Hall. The issue is now expected to return to the NCAA for review.

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493dMechelle Voepel

Daisha Simmons: A timeline of events

Daisha Simmons started her career at Rutgers, played two seasons at Alabama and now is enrolled as a graduate student at Seton Hall. Mechelle Voepel takes a look at the major events of Simmons' college career.

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Albany Regional breakdown

From players to watch and potential upsets to the best games in the first round, espnW breaks down each region of the women's NCAA tournament.

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No. 3 UConn bounces back, crushes Seton Hall

Kelly Faris and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis each scored 18 points to help No. 3 Connecticut bounce back from its loss to top-ranked Baylor with a 90-30 rout of Seton Hall on Saturday.