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Team USA tops Canada for women's hoops gold

Team USA broke open a close game in the fourth quarter to beat Canada 82-63 and win the gold medal in women's basketball at the World University Games.

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Schimmel lifts L'ville past USF, into Sweet 16

Jude Schimmel scored 13 points, Myisha Hines-Allen added 12 and No. 3 seed Louisville reached its third consecutive NCAA Sweet 16 by beating No. 6 seed South Florida 60-52 on Monday night.

South Florida Advances Past LSU (0:44)
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Williams' double-double helps USF trip LSU

Courtney Williams had 17 points and 12 rebounds, Alisia Jenkins added 15 points and No. 6 seed South Florida beat 11th-seed LSU 73-64 in an NCAA Tournament first round game Saturday night.

NO. 1 UConn claims AAC championship

The UConn women made it look easy vs. South Florida tonight, cruising past the Bulls in an 84-70 win to take its second straight AAC title.

Top-ranked UConn wins AAC title

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 23 to guide the UConn women to their second straight AAC title with a win over USF. It's Geno Auriemma's 20th conference tournament title in his 30 seasons as coach. Box score

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UConn wins second straight AAC tourney title

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis led four UConn players in double figures with 23 points, and the top-ranked Huskies beat South Florida 84-70 to win their second straight American Athletic Conference tournament.


Bulls fighting to stick around

Shalethia Stringfield hits the layup and draws the foul midway through the second half as USF has cut its 23-point halftime deficit to ... 15 against the UConn women's team on ESPN.

Halftime: No. 1 UConn 46, South Florida 23

The UConn women are doing what they do, dominating USF in the first half to take a 23-point lead into the locker room in a quest to make its tournament bid official tonight with a win. The Huskies owned the paint, outscoring the Bulls 26-4. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN


UConn starting to pull away

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis knocks down the mid-range baseline jumper off the inbounds pass to give the Huskies a double-digit lead midway through the first half on ESPN.


UConn on top early

Morgan Tuck goes glass for the jumper to put No. 1 UConn ahead 11-6 against South Florida early in the first half. The Huskies can make their tournament bid official with a win on ESPN.

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Stewart, UConn romp to 28th straight victory

Breanna Stewart scored 29 points while Morgan Tuck and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 18 apiece Monday, as top-ranked Connecticut beat South Florida 88-65 for its 28th straight win.

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UConn hopes to make return trip to Tampa

Breanna Stewart (season-high 29 points) and UConn capped the regular season with a win in Tampa on Monday. But the Huskies have their sights set on returning here in a month, two wins away from their 10th title.

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No. 2 UConn routs USF, now alone atop AAC

Moriah Jefferson scored 15 points and added seven assists and six rebounds and No. 2 UConn beat USF 92-50 on Sunday to claim sole possession of first place in the American Athletic Conference.

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UConn well out in front in AAC

The American Athletic Conference has three new teams, but the same old top dog is the heavy favorite.

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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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S. Schimmel leads Louisville into AAC final

Shoni Schimmel hit a pullup in the lane with 6 seconds left to lift No. 3 Louisville to a 60-56 win over South Florida on Sunday in the American Athletic Conference semifinals.