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Advancing to the Sweet 16

Today’s results included some upsets:

Michigan took down Tennessee, 70-55, for their first Sweet 16 trip.

Georgia Tech ran past West Virginia, 73-56.

NC State defeated South Florida, 79-67.

Caitlin Clark erupted for a Tournament-high 35 points to lead Iowa over Kentucky, 86-72.

Baylor dismantled Virginia Tech, 90-48.

South Carolina dominated Oregon State, 59-42.

UConn made work of Syracuse, 83-47.

Stanford beat Oklahoma State, 73-62.

The rest of the Sweet 16 will be decided tomorrow, and the schedule is fire.

College team news:

Indiana looks to advance past the second round for the first time.

Arizona is stressing consistency as they prepare for BYU.

Belmont feels powerful entering their game against Indiana.

Alabama is getting a lot of support from coaches in Tuscaloosa.

Missouri State faces Wright State for a trip to the Sweet 16 on the line.

With an elite recruiting class, North Carolina’s future is bright.

Drake finished the season with a win.

Duke is filling voids through freshmen and transfers.

National successes aside, not all is right with Stanford athletics.

College player news:

Maryland forward Mimi Collins is making others pay for their disrespect.

Do-it-all Michaela Onyenwere has UCLA surging.

How BYU’s Lauren Gustin got her toughness.

NC State’s Kayla Jones is uncertain for the Sweet 16 due to a patellar tendon injury.

USF’s Kristyna Brabencova is continuing her career despite an MS diagnosis.

College coach news:

In a statement today, Georgia Tech coach Nell Fortner told the NCAA that women’s basketball is an afterthought for them.

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