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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Chiney Ogwumike
Stanford is going to the NCAA tournament again, likely as a No. 1 seed. California, Oregon State and Arizona State are almost assured of joining the Cardinal after all finished with at least 21 wins in the regular season.
Chiney Ogwumike gave the politically correct answer when asked if No. 5 Stanford's big win against Washington was about payback for a loss earlier in the season.
Freshman guard Kelsey Plum knew what to expect in the rematch against No. 5 Stanford, just 18 days after Washington stunned the Cardinal at Seattle.
Kayla McBride scored 31 points and No. 2 Notre Dame jumped to an 18-point lead early and held on to beat seventh-ranked Duke 81-70 Sunday to claim the Atlantic Coast Conference title in its inaugural season in the league.
The emotions were running through UCLA seniors Thea Lemberger and Atonye Nyingifa on likely their final game at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday.
Ariya Crook did all she could to try to lift USC to an upset win over No. 5 Stanford.
Chiney Ogwumike wouldn't let her last appearance at USC end without a fight.
In a pair of blowout weekend wins against Arizona schools, Stanford re-established its shooting touch from long range and dominant play on the defensive end.
Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike scored 23 points and pulled down 14 rebounds against Washington, and it still felt like a disappointing day.
Washington State has taken the floor 56 times against Stanford in women's basketball, and 56 times the Cougars have lost.
Washington State was sniffing its first victory ever against No. 3 Stanford in women's basketball - and Chiney Ogwumike was having none of it.
First-year Southern California coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke has lofty goals for her team. She's not going to let a lopsided defeat discourage her - or them.
Thea Lemberger and Atonye Nyingifa have played more minutes than anyone else in the Pac-12 Conference. Nirra Fields is not far behind.
The Arizona State women's basketball team was riding high, fresh off a victory over then-No. 15 California.
Chiney Ogwumike had 24 points and 12 rebounds, Karlie Samuelson added 16 points and No. 4 Stanford rolled over Arizona 96-52 Friday night.