Entire NCAA Tournament will be in San Antonio

The NCAA announced today that the entire NCAA Tournament will be in San Antonio.

Action will take place on five courts at six venues, from March 21-April 4.

Today’s results:

Upset: Washington State took down No. 5 UCLA, 67-63.

No. 3 UConn 87, Marquette 58

No. 6 Stanford 62, Colorado 54

No. 23 South Dakota State 64, South Dakota 45

Utah 62, Cal 51

USC 63, Washington 54

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Inside Stanford’s nine-week road trip.

Arizona is focused on Oregon after a COVID scare and postponed games.

The No. 12 Ducks return to the court tomorrow to face UC Davis.

After a week off, the Gophers aren’t entirely healthy.

Three observations after Michigan State snapped a losing streak.

The Spartans are looking for a Robin to Nia Clouden’s Batman.

Siena has come too far to cancel the rest of the season.

Duquesne has postponed its game Sunday due to COVID concerns.

Southern Mississippi has postponed two games due to COVID issues.

College player news:

Lisa Leslie Award watch list.

Charlisse Leger-Walker is lifting WSU to new heights.

Daija Moses is leading Rider as their lone senior.

Dyaisha Fair shines bright for Buffalo.

Aaliyah Edwards is on board with coach Geno Auriemma’s plan.

Cal’s early enrollee, Mia Mastrov, lead the team in their loss tonight, in her debut.

Colorado’s Jaylyn Sherrod is out for the season after hip surgery.

College coach news:

Brenda Frese has made Maryland into a juggernaut.

North Texas has extended Jalie Mitchell’s contract through 2021-22.

WNBA news:

Tina Charles re-signed with the Mystics.

Washington acquired Erica McCall from Minnesota in exchange for a third-round draft pick.

Brionna Jones has signed a multi-year contract with the Sun.

Kia Vaughn will return to the Mercury.

Erica Wheeler is ready to join the Sparks.