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NCAAWWomen's College Basketball is a fast-paced and intense sport that has been gaining a lot of attention in recent years. Every season features some of the best and brightest young female athletes in the world as they showcase their extraordinary skills on the court. There are numerous collegiate teams competing in the NCAA Women's Basketball Division I and II with top programs such as UConn Huskies, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Baylor Lady Bears, Louisville Cardinals, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Oregon Ducks, Stanford Cardinals, Oregon State Beavers, and many more. The regular season for Women's College Basketball begins in November and concludes with the Big Dance: the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. During the regular season, teams play for their respective conferences in an effort to win their conference championship and compete for an at-large bid to the Tournament. The post-season also features the Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) and conference tournaments that determine which teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament. The NCAA Tournament is a single-elimination tournament made up of 64 teams that includes conference champions plus 31 other teams chosen by a selection committee. The tournament culminates in the Women’s Final Four, which is a highly anticipated event that brings together the best college teams in the nation to compete for the national championship. There are several top contenders in the Women's College Basketball world right now, including Breanna Stewart and Nikkie Caldwell from UConn, Notre Dame’s Natalie Achonwa, and Baylor’s Odyssey Sims. All four of these standouts were recently selected in the first round of the 2014 WNBA draft. Other top players and their respective teams include Brittany Griner with the Baylor Bears, Skylar Diggins with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and Chiney Ogwumike with the Stanford Cardinal. Women's college basketball is a historic and cherished sport that has been around since the 1940's. The inaugural women’s championship in 1982 marked the birth of the Women’s NIT Tournament, the predecessor to the current NCAA tournament. In 1987, the first NCAA Women's Basketball Division I and II was officially established. The game continues to amaze fans with its undeniable intensity and athletes who possess unparalleled skills. Women's College Basketball continues to inspire young girls to pursue their dreams and empowers generations of fans with its culture of strength and leadership.
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Oregon State at OregonNCAAWIn-state rivals kick off their Pac-12 schedules for the season as the Ducks host the Beavers. No. 17 Oregon (6-1, 0-0) has lost three of the last four meetings against Oregon State (6-2, 0-0), including both matches on the Ducks' home court.
Arizona at UCLANCAAWNo. 14 UCLA (17-5, 6-4 Pac-12) and No. 22 Arizona (16-5, 6-4) play their one regular-season meeting of 2022-23. The Bruins come off a disappointing trip to the Rockies where they lost both contests. The teams split a pair of matches last season.
UCLA at StanfordNCAAWThe No. 17 Bruins complete a two-game trip when they challenge the No. 3 Cardinal. Stanford earned its third straight win over UCLA on Jan. 14 as a 15-0 run to start the fourth quarter heralded a 72-59 victory. Haley Jones (STAN) scored 16 points.
Utah at ArizonaNCAAWNo. 18 Arizona hosts No. 4 Utah. The Utes snapped a five-game skid against the Wildcats with an 80-79 triumph Jan. 15. Utah's Alissa Pili led all scorers with 27 points and sunk the winning free throws with no time remaining on the clock.
Stanford at UtahNCAAWThe top programs in the Pac-12 complete their regular seasons as the No. 8 Utes host the No. 3 Cardinal. Haley Jones and Cameron Brink combined for 50 points, 26 rebounds and five blocks in Stanford's 74-62 triumph over Utah on Jan. 20.
Washington State vs ColoradoNCAAWThe No. 3 Buffaloes face the No. 7 Cougars in the 2023 Pac-12 Tournament semifinals. Rwandan center Bella Murekatete netted 19 points to lead Washington State to a 66-58 upset of Utah, the third-ranked program in the nation, in the quarterfinals.
Oregon at Oregon StateNCAAWThe Beavers go up against an in-state rival when they play the No. 23 Ducks. Oregon cut into Oregon State's series lead with a 75-67 triumph in Eugene earlier this season. Oregon's Endyia Rogers set a new career high with 34 points in that decision.
Colorado at ArizonaNCAAWThe No. 18 Wildcats complete their regular-season home schedule by hosting the No. 21 Buffaloes for a Pac-12 matchup. Frida Formann hit 5-of-8 from 3-point range and finished with 23 points as Colorado won its second straight over Arizona on Jan. 13.
Stanford at ColoradoNCAAWNo. 3 Stanford visits No. 21 Colorado. The Cardinal stymied the Buffaloes 62-49 on Jan. 22. Stanford leading scorer Cameron Brink provided 14 points and six blocks in that decision, while teammate Haley Jones pulled down a season-high 18 rebounds.
Oregon State vs ColoradoNCAAWThe No. 3 Buffaloes face a test from the No. 11 Beavers in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals. Oregon State roared back in the fourth quarter to upset No. 6 USC 56-48 in the first round. Colorado knocked off Oregon State 67-48 on Feb. 5.
UCLA vs StanfordNCAAWThe No. 1 Cardinal (28-4, 15-3) duel the No. 5 Bruins (24-8, 11-7) in a Pac-12 Tournament semifinal. Stanford swept both meetings with UCLA this season. Cameron Brink poured in 22 points during Stanford's 76-65 quarterfinal win over Oregon.
Washington State vs UCLANCAAWThe No. 5 seed Bruins (25-8) battle the No. 7 Cougars (22-10) in the Pac-12 Tournament final. UCLA surprised No. 1 seed Stanford 69-65 in the semifinals behind 22 points by freshman Kiki Rice. Washington State seeks its first Pac-12 championship.
Colorado at UtahNCAAWAlissa Pili and the No. 15 Utes (8-0) open their Pac-12 campaign against the Buffaloes (8-2). The series is tied 20-20. Pili, a 6-foot-2 junior forward from Anchorage, Alaska, averages 20.9 points per game after totaling 77 in her last three.
Arizona State at ArizonaNCAAWCopper State rivals begin their Pac-12 schedules as the No. 18 Wildcats host the Sun Devils. Tyi Skinner scored 17 points to help Arizona State snap a three-game slide Dec. 17. Esmery Martinez leads Arizona in rebounds and blocked shots in 2022-23.
Utah at ColoradoNCAAWColorado (12-3, 2-1 Pac-12) looks to stop No. 8 Utah (14-0, 3-0) and its dreams of an unbeaten campaign. The Utes seek the season sweep after dispatching the Buffaloes 85-58 on Dec. 14, 2022. Alissa Pili led Utah with 25 points in that victory.
Oregon vs WashingtonNCAAWThe No. 8 Huskies clash with the No. 9 Ducks in the first round of the 2023 Pac-12 Tournament. Washington halted a 10-game skid against Oregon in the latest meeting, a 68-60 home win on Feb. 19. The Ducks have won two in a row since then.
California at StanfordNCAAWThe No. 2 Cardinal play host to the Golden Bears. Stanford has claimed seven straight meetings with California after a 97-74 result last season. Jayda Curry is putting up 15.4 points per game for Cal, which has won eight of its last nine outings.
USC at UCLANCAAWThe No. 12 Bruins (13-2, 2-1 Pac-12) try to keep rolling against the rival Trojans (11-3, 1-2). UCLA has won seven straight over USC after earning a three-point decision Dec. 15, 2022. Charisma Osborne double-doubled for the Bruins in that contest.
Oregon State vs USCNCAAWThe No. 6 Trojans face the No. 11 Beavers in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament. USC took two 2022-23 meetings after Oregon State won five of the previous six. Oregon State snapped a nine-game slide by upsetting then-No. 14 Arizona on Feb. 25.
Tennessee at StanfordNCAAWThe Lady Volunteers visit the No. 2 Cardinal. Stanford has won five in a row since an overtime loss to No. 1 South Carolina on Nov. 20. Stanford has also won three straight over Tennessee after prevailing on this day in 2018, 2019 and 2021.
Arizona at Arizona StateNCAAWFrom Desert Financial Arena in Tempe, Ariz.