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Lots of college news, so here goes:

ESPN previews the Big East, and the Big Ten.

ESPNW’s top five players at each position.

The Lady Vols are embracing their new challenge. Sophomore center Isabelle Harrison is bringing a spark to the team.

Tyler Summitt brings a wealth of knowledge, winning experience to his job as assistant coach at Marquette.

Stanford has changed their offense.

Despite a Lyme Disease flare up, Elena Delle Donne expects to play in Delaware’s season opener.

UConn freshman Breanna Stewart prepares for her debut.

UConn senior Caroline Doty was cited this morning for causing a public disturbance on campus.

Penn State’s Maggie Lucas says meet my teammates.

University of Washington: five things to watch. And a smaller roster is forcing the Huskies to be faster.

Cal has set higher goals this year.

The Florida newcomers are adjusting.

Injuries:

Elizabeth Williams’ frustrating foot injury lingers for Duke.

Michigan forward Kendra Seto will miss the season after tearing her ACL.

Injuries at Iowa State have been minor setbacks.

Vanderbilt center Stephanie Holzer will miss the season after dislocating her knee.

2 COMMENTS

  1. It's more than a little ironic that the most unqualified assistant coach ever hired in history of WCBB is a guy.

    A further irony is that in any other circumstance women would be collectively lose their minds over it, but in the case of Summitt the rules don't apply.

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