Lots of wins, a conference championship and a couple tournament titles are nice, but the big goal for Bolingbrook’s girls basketball team year in and year out is to win a state title. The Lady Raiders have won three straight state titles, and they could be fighting for championship No. 4 in a few weeks. Many of the players. . . Read More
Iowa will try to extend its streak of making the NCAA Tournament to five-straight seasons. The 2008-09 squad started 9-7 overall, 2-3 in the Big Ten, before it closed the regular season by going 11-2. The Hawkeyes were in an even worse position in 2009-10. Bluder's team was 8-7 and 1-3 in conference play, but strung. . . Read More
In victories, the Terrapins women's basketball team makes its mark on the glass. With a daunting frontcourt ranked third in the nation in rebounding margin, the Terps usually have little trouble imposing their will in the paint. In losses, however, it hasn't gone quite as expected. The Terps have been a force under the rim in their 18 victories . . . Read More
It didn't take Tim La Kose long to size up his San Jose State women's basketball team last April during his first day on the job. "We had a meeting at 7 a.m., my press conference at 11 and practice at 1," said the first-year coach. "I could see how hungry they were for change and success." That change is apparent already. . . Read More
When two evenly matched teams in the NBA are playing, the winner is usually decided by which team can hit the big shots in the last two minutes. Wednesday night at Western Michigan University’s University Arena, it came down to the team that could hit the big shots in the last four minutes. Kent State, which was winless in eight road games. . . Read More
Akeema Richards didn't consider the University of Delaware as she was being recruited out of high school in Baltimore, despite the Blue Hen coaching staff's earnest efforts. UD coach Tina Martin can laugh now when she says Richards "didn't give us much love." Richards, a speedy 5-foot-6 sophomore guard, was attracted by the competition . . . Read More
North Texas reached a milestone Wednesday when it comes to defensive excellence. Considering the matchup, that wasn’t much of a surprise. The Mean Green came into the night having already tied a school record by having held seven opponents to 50 points or less. UNT made it eight against Louisiana-Lafayette. That turned . . . Read More
The Tennessee Lady Vols are struggling in record fashion. They scored the fewest points in program history in what was the second-largest margin of defeat in a 72-44 pounding at No. 2 Notre Dame on Monday. This after Stanford's Nnemkadi Ogwumike dropped 42 points on Tennessee last month — the second most by . . . Read More
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