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Final thoughts on the NCAA Tournament
The Women’s NCAA Tournament will not be wrapping up as expected. On Sunday, both Stanford and UConn were upset in the Final Four. It will be the first time since 1994 that a number one seed has failed to reach the NCAA Championship Game.. . . Read More
Arkansas State head women's basketball coach Brian Boyer announced Monday that long-time assistant coach Tanya Ray has resigned after being named head women's basketball coach at Arkansas-Monticello.. . . Read More
Maine coach says she was
Former Maine women's basketball coach Cindy Blodgett says she was "fired without cause."At a news conference two days after her dismissal, Blodgett said Thursday she was first told there was a divide in the locker room when she was asked to resign.. . . Read More
Nova Southeastern University has hired LeAnn Freeland as its new women's basketball coach. Freeland comes to Nova Southeastern after coaching the past four seasons at Division II University of Indianapolis. While there, she led the Greyhounds to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances from 2008-. . . Read More
Valley City State women's basketball coach Jill DeVries is pleased to announce the signing of Katelyn Ralston to a DAC letter-of-intent to play basketball for the Vikings in 2011-12. Ralston, a 5'5' guard from Dahlen, ND, played her high school basketball at Fordville-Lankin high school and transfer. . . Read More
The signing of a high–profile recruit has the Lakeland College Rustlers women's basketball team thinking big for next season.On Tuesday the team announced the signing of Amanda Carlton. The Spokane, Wash. product played for the North Idaho Cardinals in the National Junior College Athletic Associat. . . Read More
The Division II Women’s Bulletin has tabbed West Liberty University’s Tori Hansen as an NCAA Division II All-American for the third straight year.The second-leading scorer in the history of West Virginia Conference women’s basketball, Hansen was a Fourth Team All-America pick on the 2010-11 Divisi. . . Read More
She heard the chants of “88” from the fans at Madison Square Garden after the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team beat Ohio State last Dec. 19. She heard them chant “89” at the XL Center two days later when the Huskies defeated Florida State.. . . Read More



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