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    • UConn still No. 1 in AP women's poll; rest of top 5 shuffles
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      UConn still No. 1 in AP women's poll; rest of top 5 shuffles

      NEW YORK (AP) — UConn remains the No. 1 team in The Associated Press women's basketball poll while the rest of the top five were shuffled Monday. The Huskies improved their winning streak to 103 games, cruising to wins over Temple and Memphis. UConn closes out its regular season Monday at South Florida. Baylor, Notre Dame, Maryland and South Carolina follow UConn. The Terrapins dropped two spots after losing to then-No. 12 Ohio State last week. The Buckeyes moved up to ninth. Mississippi State fell to sixth after losing in overtime to Kentucky and getting routed by Tennessee. Oregon State climbed four spots to move into a tie for sixth. Florida State and Stanford round out the first 10 teams

    • THB Staff Picks: ACC Basketball Week of 2/27/17
      Tar Heel Blog

      THB Staff Picks: ACC Basketball Week of 2/27/17

      This past week, North Carolina defeated Louisville by 11 points and blew out Pitt by almost 20 to win their last four games in a row. Duke also lost to Syracuse and Miami, allowing UNC to clinch the no. 1 seed in the ACC Tournament. Louisville, Florida State, Notre Dame, and Duke will compete for the remaining top seeds, with the first three all sitting at 11-5, while the Blue Devils are at 10-6. The Tar Heels head into the final week of the season with a 13-3 record. They must win one of their games in order to be declared the ACC winner. Losing both games will open them up for the possibility of having to share the regular season title with another team. UNC will face Virginia on the road later

    • The Associated Press

      Greenwell sparks No. 13 Duke women 95-71 over Tar Heels

      CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- Rebecca Greenwell scored 30 points, knocking down six 3-pointers, Lexie Brown added 19 points and the 13th-ranked Duke women closed out the regular season on an eight-game win streak, defeating North Carolina 95-71 on Sunday.