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There has been an obvious absence inside Auburn Arena the last two weeks. No longer is No. 32 barking directions and providing an emotional spark — both on the floor and on the scoreboard — for the Tigers. The now-former Auburn forward Tyrese Tanner is doing all that for Cadi la Seu in Spain, play. . . Read More
When Brenda Frese arrived as the University of Minnesota women's basketball coach in 2001, she inherited a team coming off an 8-20 season. She turned that around in mere months, guiding the Gophers to a 22-8 record and the second round of the NCAA tournament in 2001-02. And then she was gone. . . Read More
An August dispute that led to the suspension of three Old Dominion men's and women's basketball players got physical in a dormitory, with one player wrapping up another with his arms, and at least one blow being struck, according to an ODU police report obtained by The Virginian-Pilot under the Fre. . . Read More
Draconian expectations of winning records, postseason appearances and status-symbol recognition on the ever-changing Mount Rushmore of women’s basketball are nothing new around Rutgers -- or, for that matter, any of C. Vivian Stringer’s previous programs. But even the Scarlet Knights’ coach has he. . . Read More
Last season, when starting guard Jasmine Sborov went down with a season-ending injury, the Colorado women's basketball team turned to talented freshman Haley Smith to fill her shoes. Sborov is now healthy and ready for her senior year. But, two weeks ago, junior forward/guard Arielle Roberson went . . . Read More
Four returning Illinois women’s basketball players started at least 16 games last year. Four more had at least six starts, as head coach Matt Bollant tried to find a combination that worked in what turned out to be a 9-21 season. Seven newcomers — two transfers, two players that redshirted last yea. . . Read More
At the recent FIBA World Championships for Women, only two universities were represented on Team USA by more than one player. One of them, not surprisingly, was Connecticut with five players along with coach Geno Auriemma. The other was Baylor, as Brittney Griner and Odyssey Sims reunited as . . . Read More
There's plenty of reason for optimism for the 2014-15 Huskies and much of that has to do with the fact that they're coming off back-to-back NCAA titles and return the nation's best player, Breanna Stewart. But the team will be without center Stefanie Dolson, who has taken her game to the WNBA. . . Read More



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