2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
38-0, 1st in American
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2d

Kentucky forward Camara transfers to UConn

Kentucky forward Batouly Camara has transferred to UConn and will be eligible to play in the 2017-18 season with three years of eligibility remaining.

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National Championship Head Coaches

The Men's and Women's NCAA Champion coaches join the guys in studio to talk about buzzer beaters, college dynasties and keeping tabs on their student athletes.

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Stewart needs to adjust to not being the favorite (1:37)
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16d

Obama honors UConn for 4th straight crown

The UConn Huskies presented President Barack Obama with an engraved rocking chair as the four-time defending national champions were honored Tuesday at the White House.

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Can one player transform the WNBA? (2:00)
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20dGraham Hays

Cohesive coaching staff more important than ever

In an offseason full of transfers, turmoil and allegations, a cohesive staff and the role of assistant coaches have never been more important in the current culture of women's college basketball.

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26d

All-ACC pick Stevens leaves Duke, joins UConn

Sophomore center Azura Stevens, who averaged a team-leading 18.9 points and 9.6 rebounds for Duke last season, has transferred to UConn, it was announced Saturday.

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28dMichelle Smith

Stewart embraces pressure to elevate Storm

Weeks after wrapping up her college career with a fourth consecutive NCAA title, Breanna Stewart is facing huge expectations again. Can the No. 1 pick help return Seattle to the WNBA playoffs?

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29dMechelle Voepel

Still trying to make sense of a Rio roster without Parker

The U.S. roster should have been built around Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore and Candace Parker. But Parker was left out, reigniting the idea of favoritism within the program toward UConn players.

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30dMechelle Voepel

Stewart among 12 named to U.S. hoops roster

No. 1 draft pick Breanna Stewart was among the 12 players named to the U.S. women's basketball roster for the Rio Games. Elena Delle Donne and Brittney Griner will also make their Olympic debuts.

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Big personnel losses drop UConn from Creme's top three (2:01)

Geno Auriemma out of hospital

The UConn women's basketball coach was released from the hospital after being admitted Saturday with an undisclosed ailment. Auriemma, 62, missed the Huskies' victory parade last week in honor of their fourth straight national title.