Today’s Sweet 16 results:
Miami held on to defeat Villanova, 70-65, and make their first Elite 8 in program history.
LSU pulled off a dramatic 66-63 win over Utah.
Iowa downed Colorado, 87-77, behind 31 points from Caitlin Clark.
Louisville took out Ole Miss, 72-62.
Columbia, Arkansas and Washington prevailed in today’s WNIT matchups, moving on to the Elite 8.
College team news:
Parity has hit the game, and top seeds are the victims.
Notre Dame is showing resilience after the loss of Olivia Miles.
Is the UConn dynasty dead, or on the verge of resurgence?
College player news:
Brea Beal will bring her defensive mastery to the Sweet 16.
Elizabeth Kitley is letting her sister shine.
Angel Reese has found a home away from home at LSU.
As Nika Muhl drives UConn forward, she sometimes drives her coach crazy.
Maddy Siegrist is likely off to the WNBA draft.
Memphis guard Jamirah Shutes has been charged with assault for punching Bowling Green guard Elissa Brett after a game last night.
College coach news:
Prominent coaches want a separate TV deal for the women’s tourney.
Tennessee coach Kellie Harper says playing is easier than coaching at this stage.
South Carolina assistant coach Jolette Law is one of the best to ever do it, her colleagues say.
Katrina Merriweather will resign as head coach at Memphis, which she said is independent of last night’s post-game incident in which one of her players struck an opponent.
Merriweather is expected to be named head coach at Cincinnati.
Missouri will retain Robin Pingeton in 2023-2024.
Yolisha Jackson is the new head coach at South Alabama.