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Four Vanderbilt women’s basketball players transferred over the offseason, but the remaining Commodores hope that’s addition by subtraction for this year’s team. “It was a huge positive for us,” coach Melanie Balcomb said of the departures. “What you are seeing now is a really big buy-in. Everybody. . . Read More
The women’s basketball team wants to continue to build off of last season. The Bulls finished 19-13 overall and 11-7 in Mid-American Conference play. They made it to the semifinals of the conference tournament and earned the program’s first-ever postseason bid with an invite to the Women’s National. . . Read More
There’s a lot of change on the horizon for the Tennessee Tech women’s basketball team this season, and the Golden Eagles are hard at work in the Hooper Eblen Center. And through the first week of practice, the Golden Eagles have impressed head coach Jim Davis. “The competition is what makes it goo. . . Read More
There are moments during practice when Iowa State women’s basketball coach Bill Fennelly will give Bridget Carleton the ball and say, “Hey, go attack the basket.” Carleton never hesitates. She squares up, puts her head down and charges toward the rim. It’s a clean finish almost every time. . . Read More
The memory is still fresh in Bill Fennelly’s mind. Four years ago, when Madison Baier was a senior at South Tama County High School, Fennelly offered her a scholarship to play basketball at Iowa State. The excitement Fennelly felt then was still palpable at media day on Thursday. As he told the . . . Read More
Most girls who play basketball want to make the WNBA, but Cypress Woods guard Jasmine Williams is different, she wants to make the league better by working in the front office. “I want to help develop the WNBA, making it on par with the rest of the professional leagues,” said Williams, who will . . . Read More
The ISU women’s basketball team isn’t recovering from losing three impactful seniors and point guard Nakiah Bell last season — it’s reloading. And this time around, the Cyclones may be packing even better talent than before. At least that’s what ISU coach Bill Fennelly thinks, calling the true . . . Read More
Sophie Brunner and Kelsey Moos are not satisfied with winning 29 games and reaching the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. "Not in a cell of their bodies," Arizona State women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne said. "As long as those two are on the floor, that's not going to happen. And Lili (Elisha Davis) . . . Read More



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