In Saniya Chong's first three seasons, when UConn reached the regional round of the NCAA tournament there was no guaranteed she would even step onto the court until the game's outcome was no longer in question.Chong did play 10 minutes against Texas as a sophomore and 10 more against Mississippi. . . Read More
Notre Dame and Stanford will play Sunday to decide once and for all which is the era's preeminent program in women's basketball. Or at least, that's how the story goes in a parallel universe. One in which Geno Auriemma perhaps followed a passion for food and wine to rise to. . . Read More
The Huskies lose stars Kelsey Plum and Chantel Osahor, but the cabinet isn't bare. Guards Aarion McDonald and Natalie Romeo are poised to step into leadership roles.. . . Read More
Napheesa Collier had 27 points and 14 rebounds to help UConn beat UCLA 86-71 on Saturday, putting the Huskies in the Bridgeport Regional final. The victory was the 110th straight for the No. 1 Huskies, who will face 10th-seeded Oregon on Monday night. The Ducks pulled off another upset, shocking. . . Read More
Armani Walker was born into the sport of basketball. Her father, Justin Walker, played for New Castle from 1994-1998 and was a member of two WPIAL championship-winning teams. Her mother, Tissan Dessau, played for the Lady 'Canes between 1997-2001. The pair put a basketball in her hands when she was. . . Read More
The Maryland women's basketball team struggled with basic fundamentals at times in its Sweet 16 game against Oregon on Saturday. Midway through the fourth quarter, guard Destiny Slocum inbounded the ball from beneath her own basket. She tried to put a pass over the top to forward Brianna Fraser. . . Read More
Even in warmups, it was easy to see the different approach between Maryland and Oregon on Saturday. The Ducks looked nice and loose, just happy to be there and dancing to warmup songs. The Terps, meanwhile, looked like they were on a business trip, taking this game as a stepping stone to an almost-. . . Read More
Oregon remains a remarkably perfect 10 seed. The Ducks continued their historic run in the women’s NCAA Tournament by advancing to the Elite Eight with a 77-63 victory over No. 3 Maryland on Saturday at Webster Bank Arena. Kelly Graves’ fearless freshmen-led team will face No. 1 UConn, the most do. . . Read More
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