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The Cornerstone women’s basketball team is teaming up with Unto Inc., of Wyoming, for a mission trip to the Dominican Republic beginning today and running through June 10. "Here (Cornerstone), it’s common place that teams and students are encouraged to do cross cultural ministries," coach Carla Fle. . . Read More
Allow me to say this right off the bat. I am a big fan of the WNBA. But there are some things about the league that frankly might greatly benefit from an extra set of eyes taking a look at how the league conducts business.
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I'm on vacation this week, but felt compelled to post a few comments about former WNBA star Marge Dydek, who died earlier today in Australia after suffering a heart attack a week ago. The woman known affectionately around the the league as "Large Marge," stood 7-foot-2, finished her. . . Read More
The Root: Female Athletes Need More Recognition
Many folks probably missed Wednesday's headlines proclaiming the Texas A&M Lady Aggies the 2011 NCAA women's basketball champions. It's nothing new, but I am still amazed that girls' and women's sports don't receive the recognition they deserve. It's time the black community rallied to change that. . . . Read More
The brightest star in this year's women's Final Four was Texas A&M senior Danielle Adams, whose power and presence were the tipping points in victories against Stanford and Notre Dame that brought the Aggies their first NCAA title. . . . Read More
If you are a fan of the Connecticut women's basketball program, or a fan of dynasties in general, you probably didn't like what happened Sunday night in the semifinals of the NCAA women's tournament.
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Karen Aston, a former North Texas assistant coach who has spent the last four seasons as the head coach at Charlotte, has spoken with UNT officials about the school’s opening for a new head coach, a source with knowledge of the situation said Wednesday. . . . Read More
Lisa Leslie Stands by Stanford over UConn Pick for NCAA Women
Former three-time WNBA MVP Lisa Leslie says she’s standing by her pick of Stanford to beat UConn in the NCAA women’s basketball Final Four this weekend. Leslie spoke to Larry Brown Sports on behalf of the Capital One Cup which will award $200,000 to fund graduate-level scholarships for college athle. . . Read More



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