Purdue 80, Ball State 38
#7 Stanford 71, UC Davis 43
#20 Texas A&M 65, Rice 54
South Dakota 77, Creighton 65
Dreake 83, Nebraska 77
College team news:
Who will challenge Louisville, Notre Dame, Baylor and Oregon in their conferences?
The time is right for Oregon and Sabrina Ionescu.
Drake looks to be back-to-back MVC champs.
Oregon State’s versatility should lead to plenty of success.
Questions for Georgia before the start of the season.
Touted freshmen aim to lead Texas to the next level.
With Kelsey Mitchell and others gone, newcomers will dominate Ohio State’s rotation.
Arizona State isn’t satisfied with their season-opening win.
Princeton is as good as usual, and maybe better.
Boise State has big goals, but they know a fast start is key.
Marquette is attacking a new mental approach.
Gonzaga will lean on a senior trio this year.
TCU’s hype train starts the right way.
Boston College is ready to compete.
JMU is ready to go after last year’s CAA Tournament loss.
Seniors are ready to lead Seton Hall.
Virginia Tech seeks their first NCAA Tournament bid since 2006.
Washington Huskies season outlook.
Penn State enters a crossroads year.
UConn may not have a clear star, but they have the best trio in the nation.
College player news:
Former UConn Husky Andra Espinoza-Hunter’s NCAA waiver has been approved, and she will suit up for Mississippi State Friday.
Stanford’s Alanna Smith brings World Cup lessons to her final season.
Destiny Slocum is ready to lead national power Oregon State.
Junior guard Kamiah Smalls prepares to lead JMU.
Kadaja Bailey has found her groove at St. John’s.
The Velasco sisters reflect on their LMU careers.
Soft-spoken senior Taylor Murray is ready to lead Kentucky.
Kelly Karlis is eager to make her mark with Wisconsin after transferring from Ohio.
College coach news:
Motivated for another great season coaching at her alma mater, Amy Williams begins year three at Nebraska.
Podcast with Washington coach Jody Wynn.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver said he’s not disappointed that WNBA players opted out of the CBA.
Silver is committed to working with players in new negotiations.
Carolyn Swords explains the decision of the players.
The Chicago Sky don’t have a new coach, but they have a new logo.