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By Bob HellerFour area teams entered this week with unblemished records conference play got under way for the two division II squads and continued on the D-III level.  When the dust settled after several competitive contests this week, only one of the four, Division II University of the. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruHow long before the Rutgers musicians start playing Back in the Highlife Again?Maybe by the middle of next week after the Scarlet Knights host their Garden State rivals of Seton Hall Friday afternoon followed by a visit from Princeton a week from Wednesday.If not, the. . . Read More
Guru note: Launching a new feature. At special games, sometimes revealed, other times not, former veteran coaches now on the sidelines but still close to the game have agreed to exchange a seat on press row to do an analysis of one team or both after a key game. Special to Womhoops. . . Read More
One of Tennessee Tech's toughest stretches of the season came to an end on Sunday afternoon in Lexington, Kentucky.Tech fell to No. 20/22 Kentucky (7-1) by a score of 82-54 in a game that . . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruPHILADELPHIA — A Drexel best defense produced the Dragon’s best offense Friday night to overcome a sluggish start against Lafayette and create a 52-37 non-conference victory at home here in the Daskalakis Athletic Center.In the only other game on the Guru’s local. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruVILLANOVA, Pa. - The Villanova women continue to create their own spotlight casting enough brightness to avoid a total eclipse by their nationally powerful men’s counterparts here on the Main Line.The unbeaten Wildcats made it a successful seven days that began Monday. . . Read More
Without the services of All-American Gabby Williams for the entire second half and Katie Lou Samuelson for all but a second in the fourth quarter, it looked as if UConn's 68-game home winning streak was toast.However, the Huskies rallied from an 11-point deficit in the final 9 1/2 minutes to pull. . . Read More
Here's the Temple release. PHILADELPHIA – Temple University has announced a contract extension for Tonya Cardoza, the all-time winningest coach in Owls' women's basketball history. Cardoza's new contract will keep her on North Broad Street through the 2021-22 season. "Tonya has. . . Read More

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