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In case you haven’t heard, the UConn Huskies don’t lose often. They’re undefeated so far this season. They’ve dropped just two games in their last 140 and most of them were part of a record 111-game win streak and at least a few national championships. But in Storrs, seasons are measured . . . Read More
Quite the eventful day at Nationwide Arena beginning at about 8:30 a.m. with the always helpful meet and greet with the ESPN announce team.Some of those interviews were used in my advance on the positionless basketball style that has helped UConn and Notre Dame thrived and more will be coming. . . Read More
As usual, UConn is favored to win the WBB National Title. But as we saw last year, being the favorite doesn’t even mean you’ll make it to the finals. So Swish Appeal is going to give you reasons why each of the other three teams could win it all. First up is the long shot - Notre Dame. Earlier this. . . Read More
Prior to last season, Mississippi State wasn’t exactly among women’s college basketball’s elites. Before 2017, the Bulldogs had been to just two Sweet Sixteens. Nobody knew the names Vic Schaefer, Morgan William or Teaira McCowan. In fact, the most notable thing Mississippi State had . . . Read More
By ROB KNOX@knoxrob1This is the ultimate fearsome foursome. It should be a fun time in Columbus this weekend when the all No. 1 seed NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four commences with Connecticut, Mississippi State, Louisville, and Notre Dame, the Mount Rushmore of the 2017-18 season.They are. . . Read More
The opening tip was just moments away when I turned to Roger Cleaveland,  the beat writer for the Waterbury Republican-American and after watching Crystal Dangerfield hit shot after shot during the warmups, I told him my gut was telling me that she was due for a breakout game.The shooting. . . Read More
Top-seeded Notre Dame conquered the Spokane Regional with an 84-74 triumph over No. 2 Oregon in their Elite Eight matchup. Senior forward Kathryn Westbeld led the way 20 points, but it was a team effort as three other Fighting Irish scored 15 points or more. Notre Dame had a dominant . . . Read More
The UConn Huskies showed why they have been the biggest and baddest team in women’s college basketball with an absolute thumping of South Carolina in their Elite Eight matchup in Albany, 94-65. The victory sends UConn to its 11th straight Final Four and 19th in program history. . . . Read More



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