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Three-time Olympic gold medalist Tamika Catchings is retiring after the 2016 Rio Games. "Yes, I will be retiring in 2016, Lord willing, if my body holds up." Catchings said in an email to The Associated Press on Friday morning. "Although I plan to step away as a player, that is not to say . . . Read More
The U.S. women's senior national basketball team begins the last stage of its quest to win another world championship Friday when it plays France in the quarterfinals in Istanbul.. . . Read More
Brianna Banks now plays basketball for Penn State, which you likely know. Well, the Nittany Lions just posted a promotional video staring the the former UConn guard.. . . Read More
The Cleveland State Department of Athletics and the men's and women's basketball programs will host a "Hallo-Hoops" event in conjunction with the CSU Student Life Office on Saturday, October 25, in the Wolstein Center.. . . Read More
Tickets for the 2015 Southeastern Conference Women's Basketball Tournament, held at Verizon Arena in Little Rock, Arkansas, are now on sale. The 35th edition of the tournament will be played March 4-8.. . . Read More
2014 FIBA World Championships: Canada vs Australia Game Preview
With plenty of confidence and momentum in their favor, Team Canada will look to make even more history when they face Australia in the first quarterfinal game of the 2014 FIBA World Championships for Women.. . . Read More
Iona College women's basketball junior forward Joy Adams is featured in this month's edition of SLAM Magazine, issue 182.. . . Read More
On the cusp of the 2014-15 season, the University of Pittsburgh women's basketball team held its annual Media Day at the Petersen Events Center on Thursday afternoon.. . . Read More

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