Nina Davis went from the go-to, do-it-all player for Baylor early in her collegiate career to filling in the blanks her senior year.While her performances on the court this season have been impressive – especially her 21-point showing in the Sweet 16 against Louisville – her response to her changi. . . Read More
When she’s on her game, figuring out Arike Ogunbowale is a difficult task. Just ask Ohio State. Friday night, during the Notre Dame women’s basketball team’s 23-point NCAA Regional semifinal win over the Buckeyes, the 5-foot-8 sophomore was nothing short of amazing. Despite making just 1 of her . . . Read More
Ten players average double-digit minutes. Multiple players shoot better than 50 percent from the field. An old-school coach who stresses toughness and loves teams that play defense and take care of the basketball. If you didn't know any better, you might think the Mississippi State women's bask. . . Read More
Tennessee achieved some sense of relief in reaching the Elite Eight round of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament last season. An 89-67 season-ending loss to Syracuse was defeat No. 14, which constituted a single-season high. But it occurred one game short of the Final Four. In the aftermath, Lad. . . Read More
She didn't like their tournament seed. She didn't like the ticket distribution in Bridgeport. Maryland coach Brenda Frese must have really hated the final score Saturday at Webster Bank Arena.This wasn't supposed to be like a lot of years. This was going to be the NCAA Tournament when. . . Read More
The Missouri women's basketball team tries to avoid the big picture during the season. Coach Robin Pingeton says the Tigers save those thoughts for the postseason banquet. A 77-55 season-ending loss to Florida State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament a week ago caused the Tigers to ponder . . . Read More
Through tears and with a hand on each other’s shoulders, Sydney Wiese and Gabby Hanson ended their careers as Oregon State women’s basketball players the same way they began--together. A 66-53 loss to the Florida State Seminoles in the Sweet 16 ended the Beavers’ march to second straight Final Four. . . Read More
Saniya Chong fell hard after a rattling foul late in Connecticut’s 86-71 victory over U.C.L.A. on Saturday. She made two free throws, then soon jogged to the sideline. She rinsed a small cut on her lip with a swig of water and spit into a cup, as if the game were being played by rounds instead of . . . Read More
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