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Postseason WNIT 64-team field announced

Postseason WNIT 64-team field announced

Bracket || First Round Schedule The Postseason WNIT field includes 64 teams, a mix of Power 5 programs, and notable mid-majors. Autoqualifers to the tournament include 30 teams that were the next-highest finishers in their…

WNIT quarterfinals set

Third Round results Thursday, March 25 Providence 77, Maryland 64 Miami 84, North Carolina A&T 77 Michigan 65, Northwestern 44 Illinois State 71, Kansas 51 Illinois 65, Missouri State 53 BYU 67, Wyoming 63 Cal…

WNIT Results, Monday, March 22, 2010

Second Round Monday, March 22 Illinois 74, Marquette 72 OT Providence 76, Old Dominion 61 Syracuse 69, Richmond 55 Northwestern 66, St. Bonaventure 62 Tuesday, March 23 Texas Tech at Wyoming, 9 p.m. ET BYU…

WNIT Results, Sunday, March 21, 2010

First round Utah 66, St. Mary’s (CA) 53 Second round Maryland 87, East Carolina 52 Illinois State 59, Purdue 57 Michigan 72, Toledo 57 Kansas 71, Creighton 68 Miami 77, Florida 64 NC A&T 79,…

2010 Postseason WNIT field announced

Bracket: pdf || jpg Previous Champions 2009 – South Florida 2008 – Marquette 2007 – Wyoming 2006 – Kansas State 2005 – Missouri 2004 – Creighton 2003 – Auburn 2002 – Oregon 2001 – Ohio…

Ohio State to host Oklahoma State in Preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament

Ohio State defeated West Virginia 92-69 in Columbus, Ohio, in the semifinals of the Preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament. The Buckeyes, ranked No. 3 in the nation, created a 17-0 lead in the first four…

Game Day! Schedule and overview of today’s top 25 games

Top 25 Games || TV Schedule || WNIT|| Full Schedule of all Division I teams Friday, November 13, 2009 4:30 PM ET (11) Xavier vs USC, Galen Center, Los Angeles, Calif. Audio: goxavier.com Video: usctrojans.com…

2009 Preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament field announced

The Preseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament kicks off in mid-November with a field of sixteen teams. Eleven of the teams played in the postseason last spring: Arkansas-Little Rock, Bowling Green, Florida Gulf Coast, Georgia Tech,…