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Former Terrapin and current WNBA rookie Shatori Walker-Kimbrough has signed to play with the Turkish basketball club, Orman, in Ankara this offseason.. . . Read More
NEWS: Penn State women's basketball alum Peyton Whitted (Suwanee, Ga.) has signed a professional contract to play with Niki Lefkadas of A1 Ethniki in Greece.. . . Read More
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's basketball team held off Trinity Western Friday night for a 75-69 win over the Spartans at the Langley Events Center.Arianne Whitaker . . . Read More
The World University Games give Maryland women’s basketball a chance to regroup
When Maryland women's basketball guard Channise Lewis arrived in College Park this summer for practice, freshmen at other programs were still enjoying their vacations. The NCAA prohibits on-court sessions more than 40 days before a team's first regular-season contest. However, due to the Terps' p. . . Read More
Maryland women’s basketball guard Kristen Confroy stood in front of television cameras Thursday at Xfinity Center holding a white jersey with a bright red “USA” emblazoned on the front. With the rest of the team warming up behind her, she smiled and quipped, “Ni hao,” as in “hello” in Mandarin, be. . . Read More
Greenwell Looks Back on USA Basketball Training - Duke University Blue Devils
Hey everyone! It’s good to be back! Last week I was in Colorado Springs at the USA Basketball U-23 National Team training camp. About 35 women’s college basketball players from all over the country were invited to try out for the first ever U23 team trials that will be competing in Tokyo August 10-. . . Read More
Ohio State basketball standout Kelsey Mitchell selected for USA Basketball Women
Ohio State basketball standout Kelsey Mitchell was selected to the USA Basketball Women’s Under-23 National Team Friday afternoon. Mitchell, a 2014 Princeton High School graduate and rising OSU senior, was among 12 players selected for the U.S. roster after a week of training camp preparation at th. . . Read More
As a sophomore, Napheesa Collier led UConn in scoring (20.4 points) and was third in the country in field goal percentage (67.8 percent). Whether she was scoring on layups or jumpers near the basket, Collier rarely missed.. . . Read More



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