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Top 25 Capsules

Top 25 Capsules
Updated: 9 hours ago

No. 18 Arizona State women pull away to beat Cal 54-45

Sophie Brunner had 14 points and 10 rebounds and hit the 3-pointer that sparked a late run to help No. 18 Arizona State pull away from California 54-45 on Friday night
Updated: 9 hours ago

Wiese, Gulich lead No. 11 Oregon State women to easy win

Sydney Wiese scored 17 points and Marie Gulich had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead No. 11 Oregon State over Utah 70-44 on Friday night
Updated: 10 hours ago

No. 10 Stanford runs home win streak against Arizona to 15

Karlie Samuelson scored 15 points with four 3-pointers and Hall of Fame Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer moved within four victories of No. 1,000 for her career as the 10th-ranked Cardinal beat Arizona 73-46 on Friday night
Updated: 10 hours ago

Heberd's double-double helps Oregon women top Colorado 71-66

Ruthy Hebard had 19 points and 11 rebounds, Maite Cazorla added 14 points and six assists and Oregon beat Colorado 71-66 on Friday night
Updated: 11 hours ago
No. 4 Mississippi State on a roll with 20 straight wins

No. 4 Mississippi State on a roll with 20 straight wins

Mississippi State was a very good basketball team last season, winning a school-record 28 games and advancing to the Sweet 16 for second time in school history
Published: 01/20/17

Top 25 Capsules

Top 25 Capsules
Published: 01/20/17

Wichita St replaces women's hoops coach for next 2 games

Jody Adams-Birch has been replaced as Wichita State women's basketball coach for home games on Friday and Sunday while athletic director Darron Boatright looks into "information recently received about the women's basketball program."
Published: 01/20/17

Cunningham helps Missouri women beat No. 25 Texas A&M in OT

Sophie Cunningham had eight of her 36 points in overtime and Missouri scored 22 points in the extra period Thursday night for a 78-76 upset over No. 25 Texas A&M
Published: 01/20/17
Okorie, No. 4 Mississippi State women top Alabama 67-54

Okorie, No. 4 Mississippi State women top Alabama 67-54

Chinwe Okorie scored 15 points and had eight rebounds to help No. 4 Mississippi State remain unbeaten with a 67-54 victory Thursday night over Alabama
Published: 01/20/17