While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 72-61
- 11/13W 64-51
- 11/17W 83-54
- 11/19W 83-44
- 11/24W 73-62
- 11/26W 75-37
- 12/5W 92-78
- 12/8W 81-57
- 12/1616W 84-74
- 12/22W 97-53
- 1/2W 83-55
- 1/5W 80-42
- 1/96L 74-58
- 1/11W 91-51
- 1/14W 68-56
- 1/16W 59-52
- 1/19W 92-34
- 1/2323W 60-45
- 1/25W 98-42
- 1/30W 80-50
- 2/33L 74-56
- 2/7W 94-55
- 2/101L 70-52
- 2/16W 67-47
- 2/19W 74-31
- 2/22W 66-53
- 2/26W 105-58
- 2/29W 92-40
- 3/2W 80-39
- 3/7W 94-61
- 3/8W 79-38
- 3/9W 87-53
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ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the round of 32 for the East and West regions.
- Ionescu named 1st team All-American a 3rd time
- UConn forward Walker declares for WNBA draft
- UConn ends perfect AAC tenure with league title
- UConn commit Bueckers named Gatorade POY
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Sabrina Ionescu has joined an elite group, becoming a three-time All-American. She was joined on the first team by Oregon teammate Ruthy Hebard, Baylor's Lauren Cox, Kentucky's Rhyne Howard and UConn's Megan Walker.
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Although UConn's title drought will continue for another year after the NCAA tournament was canceled due to the coronavirus, the Huskies said this team was special.
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UConn junior forward Megan Walker announced Saturday she will forego her final year of college eligibility and declare for the 2020 WNBA draft.
Dawn Staley, Geno Auriemma, Kelly Graves, Kim Mulkey and Brenda Frese continue to grapple with the season ending without a women's NCAA tournament.
With an easy victory over Cincinnati on Monday in the conference title game, UConn, on its way to the Big East next season, finished a seven-year AAC run at 139-0, winning all but two games by double digits.
Megan Walker scored 26 points and Christyn Williams added 22 to lead No. 5 UConn over Cincinnati 87-53 on Monday night, finishing off a perfect run for the Huskies over their seven years in the American Athletic conference.
UConn commit Paige Bueckers has won the Gatorade National Girls' Basketball Player of the Year award.
UConn senior forward Kyla Irwin is out for the rest of the year after fracturing her left elbow in Sunday's AAC semifinal win.
Iowa State's win over Baylor was the biggest result on Sunday. But the Lady Bears remain a No. 1 seed -- and UConn is still the No. 2 in Portland.
Megan Walker scored 21 points and No. 5 UConn beat South Florida 79-38 on Sunday to earn a chance at its seventh straight American Athletic Conference tournament title.
Crystal Dangerfield scored 22 points to lead six UConn players in double-figures and the Huskies began their run at a seventh consecutive American Athletic Conference Tournament title with a 94-61 rout of Temple in the quarterfinals.