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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

    • The Boys in the Desert
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      The Boys in the Desert

      Feb. 27, 2017 The Buckeyes had a busy weekend in the Valley of the Sun while competing in the Big Ten/Pac-12 Challenge. Relive the weekend's best moments below! The boys touched down in Arizona and got in a night session at the Kansas City Royals spring training complex in Surprise, Ariz. The Buckeyes opened Big Ten/Pac-12 play against Utah with some #ProBucks in attendance. Ohio State arrived in style, rocking their road throwback look for the first time in 2017. They finished off the game in style, too, knocking off No. 5 Oregon State by a 6-1 score. The boys headed to Goodyear to watch the Cleveland Indians' Cactus League opener against the Cincinnati Reds before a rematch with Utah. The Buckeyes

    • The Associated Press

      Michaelis, Cunningham carry No. 24 Mizzou past Tide 65-56

      Sierra Michaelis scored 22 points and Sophie Cunningham had 20, combing for 18 of Missouri's 23 fourth-quarter points to rally the No. 24 Tigers to a 65-56 win over Alabama in the regular-season finale on Sunday. Michaelis hit a 3-pointer and Cunningham scored the next five to close out the third quarter, cutting Missouri's deficit to 44-42.