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It couldn’t have been a more perfect ending to what we know will be Tamika Catchings last Olympic Games, and what might be the last for fellow four-time Olympians Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird. Team USA’s golden girls earned their fourth gold medal beating Spain 101-72 in Saturday’s . . . Read More
Nebraska women's basketball coach Amy Williams announced the addition of Janay Morton to the Huskers' 2016-17 roster on Saturday, Aug. 20. Morton, who spent her first three collegiate seasons at Eastern Michigan, will redshirt while sitting out her first season in Lincoln due to. . . Read More
When Chris Sienko decided to become the general manager of the Connecticut Sun in 2003 he had no idea how long he might stay or how successful the new venture might be. Now 14 seasons later, he has decided to leave the Mohegan Sun, and all of his various responsibilities there, knowing the team and. . . Read More
When Larkin's Marlee Kyles started formulating a plan for possible college visits, her list included Syracuse, Kansas State, Marquette, Seton Hall and Arizona. After the 5-foot-7 guard visited Arizona, she had no need for a list. Kyles, a senior, has made the decision to commit to Arizona and the . . . Read More
Tina Charles is as close as there is to a sure bet to win Olympic gold in Saturday’s women’s basketball final. Yet the Liberty center and Jamaica, Queens, native might be an even better person than she is player. Charles starts for arguably the most dominant squad in Rio de Janeiro, with Team USA. . . Read More
When Teresa Weatherspoon won a gold medal in the 1988 Olympics and a bronze in the 1992 Olympics, there was no cruise ship like both US basketball teams are living on in Rio. “Heck no we didn’t stay on a boat,” she said. “We were in the Village with everyone. And let me tell you that experience in . . . Read More
For those who only watch the Australian Opals every four years, the team's quarter-final exit seemed a bolt from the blue. But the Opals have been in this territory before and those with steady hands and cool heads will be needed for the review of how the team went from the undermanned, brave group. . . Read More
Rachel Levy knows where wants to play college basketball, and her future team is ready to bring her on board, but she still has plenty of work in front of her. Levy, who was the Post’s Large Schools Girls Basketball Player of the Year last season, committed to the admissions process at Harvard so. . . Read More



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