Alanna Smith had 23 points and 14 rebounds, helping second-seeded Stanford advance to the Sweet 16 for a 12th straight year by holding off No. 7 seed BYU 72-63.
Last updated at 11:59 PM PT on 3/25/2019
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|7Oregon||16-2||31-4||W91-68 IND||VS 3/29ESPN2|
|6Stanford||15-3||30-4||W72-63 BYU||VS 3/30ESPN2|
|11Oregon State||14-4||26-7||W76-70 GONZ||@ 3/29 TBD|
|20UCLA||12-6||22-12||W85-80 MD||@ 3/29ESPN|
|22Arizona State||10-7||22-10||W57-55 MIA||VS 3/29 TBD|
|Arizona||7-11||20-13||W64-48 PAC||VS 3/28Arizona Live Stream|
|Washington State||4-14||9-21||L58-77 CAL|
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