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South Carolina celebrates after knocking off Louisville to advance to the NCAA Tournament championship game

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Friday Final Four Forum

April 2, 2022

Our staff recaps the Friday Final Four games, including a smooth South Carolina victory and a stuck Stanford attack

A Stanford player smiles widely while riding on Haley Jones' back and waving a Stanford flag with one hand. Some cheerleaders pose next to them for a photo, while on their other side, the Cardinal mascot smiles and gives a thumbs-up.

2022 Women’s Final Four: The Next staff on winners, players to watch and more

March 31, 2022

Four teams enter. Only one will survive.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: 68 to the Sweet 16

March 24, 2022

A daily women’s basketball podcast, with insight from the entire staff of The Next, is here

Introducing: Locked On Women’s Basketball, presented by The Next

March 23, 2022

A daily women’s basketball podcast, with insight from the entire staff of The Next, is here

2022 bracket. (Via NCAA)

What you need to know about the 2022 NCAA Tournament bracket

March 14, 2022

Who got in, who got underseeded

Destiny Harden screams while flexing downward in celebration

The Next’s subscriber-only Tournament Challenge

March 6, 2022

Join our subscribers-only Tournament Challenge pool with prizes for top finishers

Players on the Minnesota Lynx circle-up and put their hands together in the middle before a send-off

ROUNDTABLE: ‘Too Many Lynx,’ starring Cheryl Reeve

February 23, 2022

The Next staff offers solutions for Minnesota’s roster crunch

NCAA Tournament Seed Reveal: UConn and Oregon present challenges for committee

January 27, 2022

The committee has long held that it would judge teams based on how they are on Selection Sunday

The Next presents: An Oakland WNBA expansion draft simulation (Part 1 of 2)

August 27, 2021

Our beat reporters set which players are off-limits

How the U.S. women’s 3X3 team overcame obstacles to win gold

July 28, 2021

Team U.S. became accustomed to change in claiming event’s Olympic debut