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Four starters are gone from the Nebraska women’s basketball team, and those players helped the Huskers get to four NCAA Tournaments. Lost to graduation was Emily Cady, Hailie Sample, Tear’a Laudermill and Brandi Jeffery. With that experience gone, Nebraska coach Connie Yori knows they’ll. . . Read More
In the 46-year history of women’s basketball at Marshall, only seven players have scored more points in a season than Leah Scott did in 2014-15. In her upcoming senior season, Scott intends to do even better – but not just at the offensive end of the floor. In Coach Matt Daniel’s rising program. . . Read More
UConn's reigning national player of the year Breanna Stewart saved her best for the last two games in the U.S. national team's European tour.Stewart scored in doubles figures in each of the last two games including her 10-point, six-rebound effort in Saturday's 86-53 win over ZVVK USK Praha in. . . Read More
It took Maya Moore less than 2 seconds to make a buzzer-beater for the Minnesota Lynx on Friday night. It took her a little more time to recall her last game-winner, let alone one of this magnitude. Just as she did to beat the Indiana Fever, though, the 2014 MVP came through with the answer. . . Read More
What an incredible Game 3 between the Minnesota Lynx and Indiana Fever. These two teams went back-and-forth, neck-and-neck until Maya Moore sealed the deal with her heart-stopping 3-point jumper with 1.7 seconds remaining. The Lynx inches the Fever in the end, winning with that incredible 3 point. . . Read More
Greetings from Indiana, where I just watched what many were saying after the game might have been the best WNBA finals game ever played. Not just in terms of suspense. But in terms of overall play. There was a lot of skill out there tonight. Both teams busting it on defense, but both teams shooting. . . Read More
In Game 3 of the WNBA finals the Minnesota Lynx faced off against, and beat the Indiana Fever. With a win of 80-77, a mere three-point difference, the magic of sports was evident. Something as clear cut as a rule book for sports barely makes any impact on a game, fueled by unbridled passion for. . . Read More
Women’s Basketball Legend Maya Moore sliced the hearts of 16,332 predominately WNBA Indiana Fever fans in an arena appropriately named Bankers Life Friday night with a buzzer-beating three-point money shot from beyond the top of the key in the final 1.7 seconds to give the Minnesota Lynx an 80-77. . . Read More



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