Some news droppings

Total access Tennessee: Coach Holly Warlick adjusts to life as a head coach.

Kentucky senior guard A’Dia Mathies talks about the NCAA Tournament, and Wildcat basketball (put together by yours truly).

Three to see: EDD, Diggy and Griner.

UConn’s Brianna Banks had successful ACL surgery today.

Duke’s Chelsea Gray also had ACL surgery today.

Tennessee’s Taber Spani talks about homeschooling and recruiting.

Seattle University Coach Joan Bonvicini is leading her team to new heights.

Delaware’s other comeback story belongs to point guard Kayla Miller.

Old Dominion is trying to stay busy during the NCAA Tournament selection waiting game.

Arkansas State Coach Brian Boyer has received a two-year contract extension.

Northern Iowa senior Jacqui Kalin is the Jackie Stiles Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year.

High school:

Up-and-coming Virginia star Anna Wilson comes from athletic lineage.

Ohio star Alex Harris already finds Penn State a perfect fit.

Chamique Holdsclaw:

Former collegiate and WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw has pleaded not guilty to allegedly attacking former girlfriend Jennifer Lacy in November.

Today’s tournament results:

A couple of upsets in the Conference USA Tournament quarterfinals……UCF over SMU, and Tulsa beat Tulane.

Today’s scoreboard.

Conference championship details.

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  1. Holdsclaw's attorney "claims she did not attack ex-girlfriend". I guess the gasoline dumped on the seats, the windows beat out by the baseball bat and the handgun fired into Lacy's vehicle while she was sitting in it aren't assault.

    It is hardly surprising that a law firm that successfully facilitated Ray Lewis's escape from justice for murder won't have a problem defending Holdsclaw.

    People can be sure that just like in the case of Lewis, the court of public opinion will be painfully objective in judging her actions in the event Mr. Garland orchestrates an escape from justice for Holdsclaw.

    It's one thing to support women's basketball. It's entirely another to look for anything but objective justice in this circumstance. For anyone not paying attention this assault was perpetrated upon another women's pro baller. It is what it is.