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Sweet 16: bring it

Action begins tomorrow.

The Tournament:

ESPN writers weigh in with Sweet 16 picks.

WNBA senior watch profiles the Sweet 16 players to keep an eye on.


WBCA All-American teams by region.

College team news:

Stanford wants to earn an “A” in aggressiveness in Lexington. They return to Rupp Arena.

A teammate’s struggles helped Stanford maintain perspective.

Five things to know about Louisville’s opponent, Stanford.

UCLA seeks its first Elite Eight since 1999.

The Wolfpack relishes their ride to the Sweet 16.

In Central Michigan, Oregon sees hallmarks of their own Tournament run last year.

Mississippi State got its respect. The Sweet 16 is about winning.

Baylor is still potent despite the loss of senior guard Kristy Wallace.

Australia has made an impact for Buffalo.

Oregon has a lot of ties to Spokane.

Oregon State faces a massive test in Baylor.

Duke prepares to face undefeated UConn.

Grambling State is building a strong foundation to the future.

College player news:

Her role has changed, but Dominique Dillingham is still helping Mississippi State win.

Arike: also known as nightmare.

Coach Muffet McGraw thinks Jackie Young could be Notre Dame’s best player ever. The sophomore has taken a special step.

Challenged Lauren Cox has helped Baylor to the Sweet 16 again.

Texas’ Sug Sutton is excited for her homecoming in Kansas City.

Jill Barta will leave Gonzaga and forego a fifth season of eligibility.

College coach news:

Vic Schaefer is the WBCA Coach of the Year.

From death to a championship, Schaefer talks about how his son Logan almost died.

A look back at Dawn Staley.

What’s in a seed number? Buffalo coach Felisha Legette-Jack and Central Michigan coach Sue Guevara answer questions.

Surina Dixon is out as Jackson State’s coach.

Final Four 2019:

The NCAA has revealed next year’s logo. The Final Four will be in Tampa Bay.

WNIT scores:

Quarterfinal winners include Indiana, St. John’s, Virginia Tech, TCU, Alabama and South Dakota.

WNBA news:

The WNBA and NBA has partnered with Headspace for league-wise access to meditation.

ESPN’s “Dominant 20” features WNBA and college teams.

Liberty fans are still fuming about their team’s exile to Westchester.

Imani McGhee-Stfford talks about relationships and unrealistic expectations.

USA Basketball:

The 3X3 U18 rosters have been set.

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