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By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruJust four games were on the local D-1 schedule, but three of the Guru locals posted wins and Temple almost rallied all the way to make it a sweep on Wednesday night.Starting off with Saint Joseph’s, which is beginning to gain traction and play like the Hawks did when. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruPRINCETON, N.J. — Two months ago during the non-conference phase of Princeton’s season the Tigers got smacked up the road 70-50 by state rival Rutgers, a team that down here in Jadwin Gym 12 months earlier Princeton had delivered one of the most dreadful setbacks in. . . Read More
It is said that the best stories are those crafted with hard work, struggle and eventually, success. If that is the case, then Los Angeles Sparks executive vice president and general manager Virginia “Penny” Toler’s story is up there with some of the best. Toler, who has been the GM of . . . Read More
With the way UConn's star players performed in yesterday's 81-point win over Wichita State, it might be easy to overlook what happened when starters Napheesa Collier, Crystal Dangerfield, Kia Nurse, Katie Lou Samuelson and Gabby Williams as well as top reserve Azura' Stevens were all on the. . . Read More
About 90 minutes before today's game against Wichita State, I headed out on the court to see how Crystal Dangerfield was moving around in the warmups. While I was shooting a video, she was standing out of bounds and perfectly lofted the ball over the basket and watched as it dropped through the net. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruVILLANOVA — It was throwback Sunday or Alumni Day at Villanova depending which theme one wants to apply to the extra-curricular activity.But one thing that hasn’t changed with an occasional bump here and there over time is the collection of triumphs in what is has. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruPHILADELPHIA — Penn and Princeton are back in first in the Ivies after Friday night’s victories one away from another potential head-to-head tiebreaker for first in the Ivy League.Here at The Palestra Penn continued to roll, beating Dartmouth 65-47 while a little to. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruVILLANOVA, Pa. — Mary Gedaka and Alex Louin lit the nets in the fourth quarter Friday afternoon here at Jake Nevin field House before an Education Day crowd of 1,709 school students to help Villanova outscore St. John’s 29-11 and surge to a 69-52 Big East. . . Read More



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