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Emotions aren't always the same in the professional game. Most WNBA players compete nearly year-round in countries all over the globe. When basketball becomes your business, some of the most genuine and pure emotions in sports take a back seat to pragmatism. It's understandable. . . Read More
Duquesne head women's basketball coach Dan Burt has announced that Cherie Lea has returned to the Bluff and accepted the assistant coaching position. "We are excited to have Cherie back at Duquesne. She brings intelligence, humor, grit, and a high understanding of the game," said Burt. . . . Read More
On Wednesday night, the Indiana Fever collectively took a knee and bowed their heads during the National Anthem prior to their playoff game against the Phoenix Mercury. Since Colin Kaepernick sat during the anthem before a preseason game on August 26, a slew of other professional athletes have. . . Read More
For the first time since the 2004-05 season opener, the UNLV women's basketball team will face a Final Four participant from the previous season, as the Lady Rebels will take on Oregon State on the first day of the inaugural Play4Kay Tournament, to be held during Dec. 19-21 in the T-Mobile Arena on. . . Read More
North Carolina is extending the contract of Hall of Fame women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell and giving new deals or extensions to six other Tar Heels head coaches. The school says Hatchell's two-year extension runs through the 2019-20 season. . . Read More
As pioneering female athletes go, Valerie Still stands near the front of the path. Among the first to receive a college basketball scholarship under Title IX, she became the Kentucky Wildcats’ all-time leading scorer and rebounder before playing professionally in Italy, where she helped pave the wa. . . Read More
The Quinnipiac women's basketball team will open the eight-team Play4Kay Tournament held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with a matchup against New Mexico State, it was announced today by the tournament committee.. . . Read More
Syracuse women's basketball coach Quentin Hillsman respects his players opinions and said he would continue to do so if any of them ever wanted to protest during the national anthem before a game. Hillsman said during an interview Thursday that he believes everyone has a right to express their free. . . Read More



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