The rebuilding of the Washington women's basketball program took another leap forward as the Dawgs finished the 2014-15 season 23-10 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007.
Washington guard Kelsey Plum was named to the Women's Basketball Coaches of America All-Region Team and is now a nominee for All-America.
The NCAA Tournament was everything the Huskies thought it would be, playing an exciting up-tempo game against Miami that included 14 ties and seven lead changes.
The games don't begin until Friday, but the NCAA Tournament is underway with practices and press conferences.
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Washington earned the No. 6 seed in the Oklahoma City Region of the NCAA Tournament and will face 11th-seeded Miami on Friday, March 20, at 9 a.m., PT.
The Dawgs are dancing once again. Washington earned their first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2007, being selected as a 6-seed in the Oklahoma City Region.
Washington women's basketball will host a NCAA Tournament Selection Show viewing party on Monday, March 16 for the 4 p.m. show on ESPN.
Washington sophomore guard Kelsey Plum was named one of 15 players on the John R. Wooden Award National Ballot today.
California eliminated the Huskies from the Pac-12 Tournament with a 69-53 victory in the second round.
It took until late, but Washington eventually pulled away from Utah, winning 75-64, to advance at the Pac-12 Tournament.
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