It wasn't until I noticed what happens around Angel McCoughtry when she returns to Louisville that I fully appreciated her place in the sports history of this city. Watch her for very long and the little girls will start to congregate, eyes wide. She signs autographs, poses for pictures, talks to them, asks about their teams, what positions they . . . Read More
Four NCAA tournament teams, six that advanced to the WNIT, and two others that played in the Women’s Basketball Invitational highlight the 30-game regular season North Dakota State University 2012-13 women’s basketball schedule announced today by head coach Carolyn DeHoff. There are 17 home games on this year’s schedule. “Once again we have a . . . Read More
Blaine Gautier's contributions to the UL Ragin' Cajuns football program in 2011 have been well documented, but during the offseason his contributions have extended way beyond the football field and onto the hardwood. The Ragin' Cajuns women's basketball program received a verbal commitment for the 2013-14 year from one of the top point guards in . . . Read More
During NBC's Olympic Coverage, I noticed how many packages, interviews and highlights were dedicated to the U.S. women's soccer team and how little coverage there was of the U.S. women's basketball team. The U.S. women's soccer team's 2-1 win over Japan in the final was oddly aired on NBC Sports, not the main network. I don't know anything about . . . Read More
Instead of relying on stats and personal opinion I reached out to the WNBA's decision makers to see who they thought has been the best new comer through the first half of the season. Over the past week I polled the coaches and general managers (some are one in the same) on what they think as well as the factors thst help make those types of decisi. . . Read More
Drafted by the Seattle Storm from Penn State University in the first round of the 2005 WNBA Draft (12th overall), guard Tanisha Wright has been known throughout her career as a defensive force. After earning Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year honors three times as a collegian, Wright has been named to the WNBA All-Defensive team three times. . . Read More
Small crowds and smaller media contracts have plagued the WNBA since its inception. Given the lack of fan and commercial support, one needs to ask why bother with a women’s professional basketball league? What about the Mystics? The team has tried playing basketball without a point guard for years. The team usually offers a star player surrounded . . . Read More
Auburn's women's basketball team wrapped up an exhibition tour of Australia Monday with a 84-46 win over the Sutherland Sharks, going 3-1 during the trip. Blanche Alverson led Auburn with 25 points and Hasina Muhammad added 24 against the Sharks. The Tigers opened their tour with an 86-54 loss to the Logan Thunder last week before beating the Cair. . . Read More
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