Pac 12 channels, and more

The Pac-12 has created Pac-12 Networks, which will feature seven channels that will broadcast games, games and more games. How bangin.

Other college:

Stars just keep shining brighter: Florida State University Coach Sue Semrau is the new vice president of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

Former Utah coach Elaine Elliott is now an assistant at Westminster.

Most likely not coincidentally, Amy Krommenhoek will transfer from Utah to Westminster.

In other transfer news, Pacific center Danielle Peacon, who garnered all-freshmen conference honors last year, will transfer to Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, CA.

Club ball:

ESPN’s first glance at the Nike Nationals, which began this morning.


Australian Liz Cambage, playing for the beleaguered Shock in her rookie season, is choking on her team’s losses.

Her former teammate Marion Jones would love to return to the WNBA (she was cut last week).

San Antonio rookie standout Danielle Adams is working overtime.

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  1. Thanks for the update on Elaine Elliott!

    I like the idea of head coaches taking time off, then going to another program as an assistant. Leon Barmore, of course, is *the* prime example!

  2. daniells is out for 4-6 weeks with an ankle injury. that is definitely going to hurt sass in the standings. i think the 4 teams who are in the top 4 of the western conference are the 4 that will go to the play-offs. minny should finish first, but the other 3 spots are pretty fluid. i wouldn't be surprised to see the storm scrap and battle their way up the ladder. 🙂