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No. 2 Notre Dame stumbled at just the right times this season. The Irish (31-2, 15-1 ACC) lost to No. 1 Connecticut, 76-58, on Dec. 6 at home. Then they lost to unranked Miami, 78-63, on Jan. 8 on the road. The only two blemishes on a near-perfect record. Last season, the Irish were perfect in the. . . Read More
Shauqunna Collins never would have picked up a basketball if it were not for her father. So when 65-year-old Baron Collins suffered a stroke in the final weeks of the regular season, Collins faced a tough decision: Stay put and keep practicing with a Fresno State team working on an eighth-straight. . . Read More
There is a lot more to women's college basketball in New Jersey than Rutgers. While the Scarlet Knights and coach C. Vivian Stringer have been the standard bearer for the state over the past two decades, the days of Rutgers being the top dog are being challenged. Not only has Princeton became an . . . Read More
Tennessee State’s Larry Joe Inman and Mark Trakh of New Mexico State have joined an exclusive club, becoming the ninth and 10th women’s basketball coaches to guide at least three different schools to the NCAA Tournament. Their accomplishments are even more impressive considering both Inman and Trak. . . Read More
Former Kansas University women’s basketball player Cheryl Burnett will be honored as a Missouri Sports Legend by the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Saturday at the Ramada Oasis Convention Center in Springfield, Missouri, as part of the Women in Sports Luncheon. Burnett, who was a four-year starter at. . . Read More
On Monday, the USF women’s basketball team learned that it had earned its first postseason appearance since 2002 — the reward for an impressive surge highlighted by an appearance in the West Coast Conference Tournament championship game. The Dons (19-13) face Fresno State (22-9) today in the first . . . Read More
The University of Toledo will pay the Women's National Invitation Tournament more than $17,000 to host at least one home game in the first round of the tournament. If the school's projections prove true, however, the school still will make money off the Rockets' Friday game against Wright State. . . Read More
The University of South Florida Bulls are officially on the Road to Tampa, site of the NCAA Women’s Final Four. It’s about a 10-mile drive from campus to the downtown Amalie Arena. For Courtney Williams and Alisia Jenkins, the alpha and omega of USF’s burgeoning program, their path to hoop dreams . . . Read More



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