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A contrite, quiet Matthew Mitchell has had a rough few weeks featuring the departure of all three assistant coaches and two players, including a freshman starter. The University of Kentucky women’s basketball coach has seen a top-35 signee reopen her recruitment just a few months before she’s. . . Read More
Surely, the reaction to the recent news regarding Kentucky women’s basketball was pretty much the same all over Big Blue Nation if not all over the world of women’s college basketball. What in the world is going on over there? It was one thing — not a good thing — when a rash of departures hit . . . Read More
The original member of the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team’s 2016 recruiting class will not end up playing for the program. Alona Johnson, a 5-foot-5 guard from Milwaukee Riverside, has received a full release from her National Letter of Intent and reopened her recruiting, her fathe. . . Read More
DALLAS (SMU) – Head coach Travis Mays is showing his ability to recruit top talent to SMU early in his tenure. The first-year head coach has pieced together a staff of assistant coaches who have enjoyed great success and bring a variety of experience to the Hilltop. Mike Brandt will serve as. . . Read More
LIZ CAMBAGE’S historic London slam dunk was the shot heard around the basketball world. Now Opals coach Brendan Joyce has backed her to put recent distractions aside and become a dominant force at the Rio Olympics. An Australian team featuring a handful of London 2012 veterans won world championsh. . . Read More
University of Colorado head women's basketball coach JR Payne announced the addition of Alex Earl and Jill Mahoney to the team's coaching staff on Tuesday. Earl was named Director of Player Development and Mahoney joins the Buffaloes as the Director of Operations.. . . Read More
Jewell Loyd, after surviving a rocky rookie season as the No. 1 overall pick, says she is ready to take the next step on both ends of the court for the Storm.. . . Read More
That rookie year was pretty scary. Jewell Loyd can admit it now. “Last year, I got to a point where I was in the WNBA and that was awesome,” she said. “This year, it’s I want to make a statement in the WNBA. I want to be among some of the greats.”. . . Read More



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