2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
25-8, 4th in SEC
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Kentucky freshman Camara set to transfer

Freshman Batouly Camara, who started 14 games in 2015-16, is set to become the sixth player to depart coach Matthew Mitchell's program since October.

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Contenders in SEC women's basketball next season (1:47)
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Kentucky falls to Washington, 85-72 (1:14)
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Postgame Interview with Washington Guard Kelsey Plum (1:26)
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Walton discusses Washington upset (0:44)
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Kentucky Guard Janee Thompson leaves the game after falling on right leg after bumping into a screen. (1:28)
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Interview with Kentucky Guard Makayla Epps before the third quarter tip off. (0:37)
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Interview with Washington Head Coach Mike Neighbors at the conclusion of the 1st Quarter (0:27)

Watch: Washington (22-10) vs. Kentucky (23-7)

Makayla Epps, who left Monday’s game against Oklahoma with a sprained right shoulder, will play when third-seeded Kentucky takes on 7-seed Washington at Rupp Arena. Epps averages a team-high 16.6 points per game for the Wildcats. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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37dGraham Hays

How Washington shocked Kentucky on the road

Talia Walton had 30 points, and Chantel Osahor added 19 points and 17 rebounds, as No. 7 seed Washington stunned Kentucky to become the first team to win on the road in the Sweet 16 since 2005.

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UW making itself right at home in Sweet 16

Once again thousands of miles away from Seattle, Washington is settling in comfortably in the Sweet 16. The Pac-12 hopes it continues to fit in as well this time of year for tourneys to come.

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Experts' picks: Chalk will rule Sweet 16

Both the Pac-12 and SEC put four teams in the regional semifinals. Which conference will be better represented after the next round of games? Our experts weigh in.

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Kentucky pulls away from Oklahoma 79-58 in Second Round (1:33)
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Thompson, Kentucky move past Oklahoma (1:52)
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41dGraham Hays

Epps' return inspires Kentucky to Sweet 16

Kentucky's Makayla Epps didn't need to take over in the Wildcats' second-round win. Instead, her return to the floor after a hard foul inspired her teammates to pick her up.

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41dGraham Hays

Hays: How Kentucky ousted Oklahoma

Led by Makayla Epps' 13 points, six rebounds and four assists, third-seeded Kentucky is moving on to the Sweet 16 after a convincing 79-58 win over No. 6 Oklahoma.

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Breakdown of Kentucky win over Oklahoma (2:44)
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Matthew Mitchell Postgame Interview (1:40)
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PUR vs. OK and UNCA vs. UK Postgame Breakdowns. (1:58)
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Postgame Interview with UK Makayla Epps. (2:07)