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Connecticut 88, S.M.U. 48: UConn Women Win Their 91st Straight and Rewrite History Again

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 21:53:16 GMT

Connecticut’s Napheesa Collier, with the ball, battled Southern Methodist’s Devri Owens in the first half Saturday.The top-ranked Huskies beat Southern Methodist, 88-48, to break the N.C.A.A. winning streak record a previous Connecticut team set in 2010.


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Transgender Bill Could Cost San Antonio $234 Million, Says Study of Final Four

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 05:32:45 GMT

The Final Four national championship game between the Villanova Wildcats and the North Carolina Tar Heels last April in Houston.A study examined how much money could be brought to San Antonio by the 2018 Final Four, which could be threatened by a Texas bill seen as discriminatory to transgender people.


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Syracuse Is at a Crossroads in Its Final Four Repeat Bid

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 00:37:09 GMT

The Orange are 2-2 in conference play with three games against ranked opponents approaching this month.



Washington Women Paint a Target on Those Other Huskies

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 00:18:35 GMT

Washington’s starting five — from left, Katie Collier, Natalie Romeo, Kelsey Plum, Heather Corral and Chantel Osahor — before a home game last month.The No. 8 Washington women’s basketball team has the top scorer and the top rebounder in Division I and has its sights set on the Final Four, and Connecticut.


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