Final Four and so much more

Final Four items:

Louisville

Louisville is moving to elite status.

The Louisville mayor has declared tomorrow “Cardinal Red Day” to honor both the women’s and men’s teams for making the Final Four.

The “party crashers” are enjoying their run.

The Schimmel sisters united to push the Cardinals to the Final Four.

Notre Dame

Skylar Diggins’ teammates get her message.

Natalie Achonwa strives for balance.

Cal

Coach Lindsay Gottlieb is making a remarkable impact in just her second year.

The Golden Bears have a legit shot to win the title.

Berkeley’s mayor is betting on Cal.

UConn

Coach Geno Auriemma says the Huskies couldn’t have played better in the last two games.

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis has become much more than just a shooter.

General Final Four:

Nothing friendly but the coaches in Notre Dame-UConn battle.

The buzz on Bourbon Street.

Recruits from all four schools are keeping a close eye on this weekend’s games.

Final Four features good story lines without Baylor.

Not having Brittney Griner in New Orleans means star power is taking a serious hit.

Non-Tournament college news:

Creighton is entering the off-season with confidence.

Illinois has a bright future despite some key losses.

Oklahoma returns three starting guards next season.

Nerves factored in Lady Vol Meighan Simmons struggles.

Purdue aims to find a “go-to” player for next season.

WNBA:

Asjha Jones will sit out the season to recover from nagging injuries.

Danielle McCray may be out too.

Will Kelsey Bone’s pro career be better than her college run?

1 COMMENT

  1. Great Tourney Links! Nice Job.

    Also it seemed to me that Bone was overhyped this year. i wasn't that impressed with her. Can't imagine why she thinks coming out early makes sense. Might be due to the general disappointment in her A&M career. She ought to stay put and get her degree.

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