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The Boston University women's basketball team opens the 2014-15 season on Friday afternoon at Northeastern's Solomon Court. The Terriers will face the Huskies in their season opener for the second straight year.. . . Read More
Daily Swish: Mystics practice facility update, women
The work week is getting close to completion. Let's get to some links: Mystics owner Ted Leonsis acknowledged that they will use a new basketball practice facility - However, he didn't confirm or deny speculation from reports that the team may move to a smaller gym in the facility to play home. . . Read More
Game information for the Tulsa women's basketball game against Northern Iowa on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014.. . . Read More
Tulane opens its season at home on Friday, Nov. 14, at 7 pm CT when they host Mississippi Valley State. Then they'll hit the road for a Sunday, 2 p.m. CT, showdown vs. McNeese State.. . . Read More
The Oklahoma women's basketball squad begins the 2014-15 slate hosting Pac-12 member Washington Friday at 7 p.m.. . . Read More
Louisiana Tech's hiring of Tyler Summitt as the sixth head coach in Lady Techster basketball history received an abundance of positive local, regional and national attention since the April 2 press conference in Ruston.. . . Read More
Western Kentucky announced today that its January 29 home game against Louisiana Tech will be televised by the Hilltopper Sports Satellite Network and carried nationally on Fox College Sports.. . . Read More
The season premiere of the Siena Basketball Coaches Show airs tonight from 6-7 p.m. The show, which features insight from head coaches Jimmy Patsos and Ali Jaques, airs on Thursday's throughout the basketball season locally on WVCR 88.3 FM "The Saint" and online free of charge at . . Read More



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