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Franklin Pierce University hired a new women’s basketball coach this month. Such actions are fairly frequent in college sports. Few and far between are those coaches who can build a program and remain in place for decades. Most last but a few years. We wish Jeanette Wedo all the best with the Rav. . . Read More
Wofford College has named Jimmy Garrity head coach of the women’s basketball program. Garrity comes to Wofford after spending the last three years as head coach at Anderson University. In the past three seasons, Anderson reached the NCAA Division II Tournament twice as an at-large selection and . . . Read More
Fayetteville State University has announced Serena King-Coleman as the 13th head women’s basketball coach in program history. Women’s basketball was officially recognized as a sport at FSU in 1940. The program has claimed three CIAA Championships (1979, 2001, and 2010) and made seven NCAA DII post. . . Read More
Lubbock Christian's Nicole Hampton and Kelsey Hoppel spent the previous season on the bench in hopes of playing for a national championship this year. The plan worked -- to perfection. Hoppel scored 27 points, Hampton nearly had a quadruple-double, and the Lady . . . Read More
Alysha Devine’s daily basketball routine is all about monotony. She walks onto the court, stands inside the key and fires up 100 shots. Then, on many days, she moves outside the key and takes 25 mid-range jumpers from four different spots. After that she moves back a couple of steps and launches 25. . . Read More
In her only basketball season for Virginia Union University, Kiana Johnson scored a jaw-dropping 905 points. If she somehow could have added points 906 or perhaps 907, the Panthers might still be playing. As it is, the curtain has fallen on the greatest single-season individual performance in the . . . Read More
UAA’s women’s basketball team is just one win away from hoops heaven. The Seawolves seized a berth in the NCAA Division II national championship game — that’s the deepest journey into the postseason in program history — with Wednesday’s 67-47 semifinal cruise past Grand Valley State of Michigan in . . . Read More
Kiana Johnson of Virginia Union University in Richmond, Virginia, is the 2016 WBCA National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II Player of the Year and headlines the 2016 WBCA NCAA Division II All-America Team, the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association announced today.. . . Read More

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