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As the Purdue women's basketball team begins its final drive in February toward the Big Ten tournament in hopes of snagging an NCAA tournament bid, the Boilermakers are hoping to get healthy – or as healthy as they can possibly be down the stretch. The injuries have extended the playing time of tir. . . Read More
On Feb. 6, before a match-up with Northern Illinois, junior guard Quiera Lampkins was presented with a commemorative ball for her 1,000th career point at Ohio. Lampkins becomes the 15th player in Bobcat women's basketball history to reach the milestone.. . . Read More
If it seems like Penn women’s basketball is playing a slightly different game this year, that’s because they are. At the start of the 2015-16 season, the NCAA transitioned from 20-minute halves in women’s basketball to 10-minute quarters. And since the start of Ivy play in early January, Penn coach. . . Read More
At practice a couple of days ago, Southeast Missouri State women's basketball coach posed a question to her team. "Why did we not play the way we are capable of playing on Saturday?" Patterson asked, referring to the Redhawks' 64-59 loss that snapped a 21-game losing streak for Eastern Illinois.. . . Read More
K-State needed to end a negative streak and extend a positive streak. The Wildcats entered Tuesday night’s contest with No. 21 Oklahoma on a three-game losing streak — their negative streak. K-State also entered the game having defeated at least one ranked team in every season of the last nine, bu. . . Read More
As the Utah women’s basketball team enters the second half of Pac-12 play, the workload increases for coaches. “That is where you earn your stripes as coaches,” Roberts said of facing teams a second time. “This may sound a little weird, but it may be a little easier to make adjustments if you lose . . . Read More
Tamika Catchings gets married
There it is. A photo of Tamika Catchings in an off-the-shoulder gown and shiny high heels. And, of course, on the court of Bankers Life Fieldhouse with a basketball in hand. This is the way the WNBA superstar decided to tell the world: "A lil wedding fun with @smittyp3! #Love #GotHimInTheHeels #No. . . Read More
With its inaugural season three months away, the WNBA’s Dallas Wings announced Tuesday that they have agreed to contract extensions with head coach Fred Williams and assistants Ed Baldwin and Bridget Pettis. Williams was coach of the previous team, the Tulsa Shock, for two seasons and guided them . . . Read More



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