2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
24-10, 2nd in American
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South Florida v UCLA Postgame Breakdown (1:51)
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Cori Close and Jordan Canada Postgame Interview (1:41)
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South Florida holds on late to defeat Colorado St.

Courtney Williams came off the bench and scored 31 points and No. 6 seed South Florida held on late to defeat Colorado State 48-45 in an NCAA tournament first-round game Saturday night.

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Bridgeport Region preview: Chasing UConn

UConn is the overwhelming favorite. But it's not the only defending champion in Bridgeport, a place where -- Mechelle Voepel reminds us -- the Huskies once lost in a regional.

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President shocks with FSU but picks UConn title

While it might not be a surprise that President Obama is picking UConn to win the women's title, he does have a shocker to crash the Final Four in Indy.

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Stewart, UConn stop South Florida, win American (1:09)
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UConn wins American title, stays unbeaten in AAC

Breanna Stewart scored 22 points and blocked seven shots as top-ranked UConn beat No. 21 South Florida 77-51 on Monday to win its third straight American Athletic Conference championship.

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Defense comes up big for UConn in victory (2:30)
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UConn rolls to 28th straight NCAA bid

Connecticut dominated South Florida 77-51 to capture the AAC tournament title and enter the NCAA tournament with a 69-game winning streak. Breanna Stewart led the way with 22 points and 7 blocks. Box score

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B. Stewart made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by K. Nurse. (0:11)
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UConn women rolling toward AAC title

Kia Nurse found herself wide open for this 3-pointer, as the Huskies are routing USF in the AAC title game. With a victory, UConn would enter the tournament at 32-0 with a 69-game winning streak.

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K. Nurse made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by M. Jefferson. (0:13)
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B. Stewart Steal. M. Jefferson with the bounce pass to K. Nurse for the layup on transition. (0:14)
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Halftime interview with UConn Head Coach Geno Auriemma (0:46)
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Katie Lou Samuelson caps off UCONN's 10-0 run with a 3-pointer. (0:12)
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B. Stewart made Layup while fouled. (0:19)
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Watch: American women's tourney final

Breanna Stewart and No. 1 Connecticut look for their 69th straight victory and another conference title as they face No. 20 USF, which actually led the Huskies at the half in their last meeting. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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USF vs. Temple Postgame Breakdown with USF Senior Shalethia Stringfield (1:37)
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Stewart leads 6 seniors among Wooden finalists

Breanna Stewart, who has helped UConn to a 66-game win streak and three straight national titles, is one of six seniors on the Wooden Award list of 15 finalists released Friday.

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Voepel: UConn ready to raise bar even higher

Championship Week is here, which means the great somehow get greater -- and perfect UConn will find a way to raise its level even higher in the postseason.

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UConn overcomes halftime deficit for 66th straight win (0:52)
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UConn tops USF for 8th undefeated regular season

Breanna Stewart scored 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to help top-ranked UConn overcome its first halftime deficit in almost a year and beat No. 20 South Florida 79-59 on Monday night.