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UConn's quest to become the first Division I women's basketball team to win four straight national titles will feature some early-season traveling.With the Huskies opening at Ohio State and playing their first American Athletic Conference game at Cincinnati on Dec. 30, the 2015-16 season will mark. . . Read More
The Long Beach State women's basketball team recently got back from a memorable foreign tour in Italy and Slovenia (Aug. 10-21). Fans can get a look into the 49ers' trip thanks to this video created by Tyler Hendrickson.. . . Read More
While the attention of Filipino basketball fans remains transfixed on the Gilas Pilipinas men’s team at the William Jones Cup in Taiwan, the women’s basketball club is doing the nation proud at the ongoing FIBA Asia Women’s Championship in Wuhan, China. Perlas Pilipinas, as they’re known, conclude. . . Read More
onnecticut’s wipeout Tuesday night at the hands of host Indiana Fever that earned the home team its 11th straight playoff appearance in the WNBA also officially put the Sun as the third team in the lottery, also known as the Breanna Stewart sweepstakes in honor of the University of Connecticut’s . . . Read More
These four teams won’t be playing for any medals in the Qualifying Round of the 2015 FIBA Asia Women’s Championship, but for Thailand, India, the Philippines, and DPR Korea, stakes can still be considered very high. The winners, after all, get to be in Level I (Group A) for the next edition of the . . . Read More
With four teams vying for only two tickets to the Final of the 2015 FIBA Asia Women’s Championship, action in the Semi-Finals promises to be packed with excitement. The first Semi-Final features top-seed Japan going up against fourth-seed Chinese Taipei. In their first meeting this tournament, Japa. . . Read More
Favourites Korea, Japan and China all ended their Group Phase games with aplomb, with all three collecting wins on Day 5 at the 2015 FIBA Asia Women’s Championship. Korea extended their winning streak to three games in Level I (Group A), effectively thrashing India, 121-44. Coach We Sung-Woo's team. . . Read More
Japan point guard Asami Yoshida is neither a rookie nor a newcomer to a FIBA Asia Women's Championship. She, as a matter of fact, is among one of the most experienced players in the competition. But one look at the 27-year-old's presence and performance at the 2015 FIBA Asia Women's Championship . . . Read More

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