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By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruPHILADELPHIA — It was not the Guru’s intentions to pre-theme Wednesday’s local Division I card as comeback night, especially since of the seven teams in action, six went up against each other, and two of games being the second and third overall Big Five City. . . Read More
It's not unusual to see four or even five UConn players named to national player of the year watch lists but six, yes six, Huskies are among 50 players on the watch list for the Naismith Trophy - Napheesa Collier, Crystal Dangerfield, Kia Nurse, Katie Lou Samuelson, Azura' Stevens and Gabby. . . Read More
In a few hours the UConn women's basketball team will step onto the court at the Lawlor Events Center so All-American forward Gabby Williams gets to play a game only about 5-10 minutes from where she grew up.It will wrap up one of the longest road trips in program history with games in three. . . Read More
By Mike SirokyThe Southeastern Conference of women’s basketball  – those ranked by the Associated Press – had the top three play three-game tournaments at vacation locales. Two survived to 6-0. A third also hit that mark while an unranked league team stayed unbeaten  as. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguru PHILADELPHIA - Memory Lane was all over Hagan Arena Sunday afternoon - one for a long friendship existing between opposing coaches in the title game of the Hawk Classic and another to look back 12 months and then realize how different things are in the early season fo. . . Read More
By Bob HellerThe 26 Philadelphia area small college women’s basketball teams kicked off their season two weekends ago with the area Division II squads  opening with a number of in-season conference challenge classics while the Division III squads started regular season play on November. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruPHILADELPHIA — Villanova claimed a tournament title while Saint Joseph’s, Lehigh and La Salle reached championship rounds as part of major action Saturday among the Guru locals.In singletons, Temple had trouble connecting from the field and fell at home to. . . Read More
Tennessee Tech proved that it was not intimidated by the Southeastern Conference background or the home atmosphere of the Georgia Bulldogs on Monday night. Tech fell to host Georgia 56-48 inside Stegeman Coliseum, but the win didn't come easy for UGA. . . . Read More



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