Monday, October 15, 2018
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Sun Devils dominate out of the gate in win over Arizona

Seattle - It took a little over six minutes for Arizona to get on the board against Arizona State on Thursday night. By then, the...

USC holds off Cougars in low-scoring battle

Seattle - "It's crazy what a little bit of confidence can do to a team." Those were the words of USC's Aliyah Mazyck, shortly after the Trojans...

Huskies push Cal to the brink in first-round battle

Seattle - Washington entered its first round Pac-12 Tournament matchup with just one conference win to its name. But the Huskies didn't look the part...

Second-half run pushes Buffaloes past Utes in Pac-12 opener

Seattle - A 12-0 run over the waning moments of the third and early minutes of the fourth quarter propelled Colorado past Utah in...

Pac-12 Tournament: What you need to know

Twelve teams. Eleven games. Four days. One champion. Those are the essentials of the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament, which starts Thursday morning at KeyArena in...

Unique journeys characterize 1,000-win club members

This past Dec. 19, an event occurred in the world of women’s basketball that was so unlikely, that it would have been impossible to...

The formation of legends: girls to women

They have been two of the biggest impact players to come through UCLA basketball. But down to the last regular-season games of their collegiate...

Ruthy Hebard’s short learning curve has produced quick results

A win against arch rival Oregon State last month was a boon for the No. 8 Oregon Ducks. But sophomore forward Ruthy Hebard wasn't...

No. 10 UCLA rallies to hold off Colorado, 73-67

Los Angeles - No. 10 UCLA shook off the sorrow from back-to-back overtime losses last weekend to battle past Colorado, 73-67, Thursday night. Jordin Canada...

Misha Jones: Something spectacular

This season has been full of highs and lows. Through our first 13 games we were 11-2, and playing strong basketball. In fact, we actually...