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Regardless of the title, the responsibilities are the same. Mom? Director of basketball operations for the Notre Dame women’s basketball team? Whatever. The job’s pretty similar. Tend to the needs of 13 student-athletes and four coaches on women’s college basketball’s biggest stage. On the eve of. . . Read More
The women’s Final Four weekend got off to a swell start Saturday at Tourney Town festivities outside Amalie Arena. The Tampa Bay channel views were postcard-perfect. And at the cooking demos, Zumba dances, autograph sessions and Bounce by the Bay pick-up basketball games, some of the Connecticut an. . . Read More
Taya Reimer
Taya Reimer wasn't on the court the last time Notre Dame lost a game. She wasn't on the bench. She wasn't in the arena. She wasn't even in the state. It isn't a coincidence that she is here as the Fighting Irish return to the state of Florida for the first time since that loss in Miami nearly four . . . Read More
Notre Dame guard Jewell Loyd expects to be swarmed on the basketball court. Defenders slap an imaginary bulls-eye on her No. 32 jersey and escape is up to her, which means twisting, darting and dishing, all alternatives to seek meaningful points. “She’s so happy when the other teammates score,” N. . . Read More
As nine-time national champions can, Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma dropped an observational nugget during media sessions ahead of Sunday’s 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Final Four. “I wish we would lose more,” Auriemma said Saturday, to audible murmurs. “I really do.” Yeah, right. The quote . . . Read More
When Dawn Staley added the title “Final Four coach” to her lengthy résumé last week, it really didn’t surprise anyone in the basketball world. It had just been a matter of time. Staley has succeeded at every level in everything she has done, so when she took over as head coach at South Carolina in . . . Read More
Five years ago, Roy Mabrey and several of his friends flew to Indiana to attend a Notre Dame football game. Mabrey grew so fond of the university that he began to hope his daughter Michaela, a talented high school basketball player, might choose it. But Michaela Mabrey was close to her parents, two. . . Read More
Four years ago, they were members of the Post-Gazette Fabulous Five. This weekend, they are in the Final Four - again. Mt. Lebanon's Madison Cable and Hopewell's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough are both on college teams that have made it to the women's Final Four. It is certainly a remarkable achievement . . . Read More

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