UCF and Cincinnati were the only schools to receive A's in a Tucker Center study as the number of women coaching hires rose slightly for the third consecutive year.
ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/15W 74-36
- 11/18L 89-79
- 11/2118L 64-57
- 11/27W 74-53
- 11/28W 73-64
- 12/1L 60-57
- 12/5L 63-58
- 12/715L 67-55
- 12/19W 58-46
- 12/20W 69-61
- 12/218L 72-70
- 1/2L 56-54
- 1/5W 69-67
- 1/722L 83-56
- 1/10W 50-48
- 1/16W 58-49
- 1/20L 54-42
- 1/231L 90-37
- 1/27W 73-55
- 1/3120L 66-48
- 2/3L 55-35
- 2/6W 65-50
- 2/9W 74-67
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Courtney Williams scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half and No. 20 South Florida pulled away for a 66-48 win over SMU on Sunday.
Breanna Stewart had 15 points, 12 rebounds and nine blocks to help No. 1 UConn extend its winning streak to 55 games, the third-longest in NCAA Division I women's basketball history.
Kitija Laksa scored a career-high 38 points and No. 22 South Florida crushed SMU 83-56 on Thursday.
Victoria Vivians scored 18 points, Ketara Chapel added 13 and No. 8 Mississippi State held on to beat SMU 72-70 on Monday in the Puerto Rico Classic.
Courtney Williams scored 16 points and Courtney Walker added 15 to help No. 15 Texas A&M beat SMU 67-55 on Monday.
Quinn Dornstauder scored 21 points and No. 18 Arizona State picked up its first victory with a 64-57 win over SMU on Saturday.
Williams, No. 25 South Florida women beat SMU 72-51
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis broke Diana Taurasi's UConn career record for 3-pointers and the second-ranked Huskies beat SMU 87-28 on Sunday.
The Huskies' 96-45 win over SMU gave Geno Auriemma a career winning percentage of 86.888, best in women's college basketball history. "But if we lose Monday night, then I'm back to No. 2, and I'm king for a day," he joked.
Courtney Williams scored 21 points, Jordan Jones had 16 and No. 4 Texas A&M beat SMU 70-62 on Tuesday night.
The American Athletic Conference has three new teams, but the same old top dog is the heavy favorite.
Copper leads No. 24 Rutgers women over SMU 68-49
Bria Hartley scored 25 points, Breanna Stewart added 23 and No. 1 Connecticut broke open a close game late in the first half on the way to a 81-48 victory against SMU on Tuesday night.
Bria Hartley scored 21 points and Breanna Stewart added 20 to lead UConn to its 30th straight win, a 102-41 rout of SMU on Tuesday night.
No. 5 Louisville women win 81-66 at SMU
Shoni Schimmel scored 18 points, Sara Hammond had 14 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 7 Louisville opened American Athletic Conference play with a 71-51 victory over Southern Methodist on Sunday.
No. 3 Lady Vols rout SMU 87-47
Connecticut is the heavy favorite in the new American Athletic Conference.
The commissioner of the renamed American Athletic Conference says a decision on where to hold its basketball tournaments could come in the next two weeks.