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Niya Beverley, a 5-7 guard from Laurel, Maryland, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play women's basketball at the University of Wisconsin, head coach Jonathan Tsipis announced on Friday. "We are very excited to have Niya Beverley join our women's basketball family for the 2017-18. . . Read More
UTA coach Krista Gerlich announced the addition of Zhane Templeton to the Lady Maverick roster. Templeton joins UTA from Gonzaga and will be eligible as a junior for the 2018-19 season. "Zhane is going to be a great addition to our team in 2018," Gerlich said. "She is a fantastic shooter with a hig. . . Read More
Former WNBA and two-time All-Big East guard Desma Thomas Bateast has been named a Florida Atlantic University women’s basketball assistant coach, as announced by Head Coach Jim Jabir.. . . Read More
South Carolina has rewarded Dawn Staley for her run to the program's first national title by giving the Gamecocks coach a contract extension. Staley's new deal runs through 2024-25, adds four years to her existing contract and makes her the highest-paid women's basketball coach in the SEC. . . Read More
Kansas women's basketball head coach Brandon Schneider added a pair of junior college transfers to the Jayhawks' roster for the 2017-18 season. Austin Richardson and Sara Boric have each signed valid National Letters of Intent to play for the Jayhawks starting next year. The juniors will
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University of Arkansas head women’s basketball coach Mike Neighbors announced the addition of Todd Schaefer as an assistant coach for the Razorbacks on Friday.. . . Read More
The closing moments of the Minnesota Lynx’s 2016 season have a tendency to invade coach Cheryl Reeve’s dreams. Maybe that’s not the right word. “Do I dream about it? No,” she said of the last seconds of Game 5 of last year’s WNBA Finals. “Do I have nightmares about it? Yes. It sticks with you.”. . . Read More
In the compressed WNBA season, this might be the most important thing. During last year’s 28-6 season, all five Lynx starters played in 29 or more games; the five combined to miss only seven games. Lindsay Whalen, Seimone Augustus and Maya Moore all passed on playing overseas this winter. . . Read More

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