Bustin’ with postseason news

NCAA Tournament news:

Notre Dame doesn’t get enough props, one columnist says.

Iowa is not done yet.

MTSU assistant coach Mariska Harris will miss NCAA opening rounds due to pregnancy complications.

Going into the NCAA Tournament, Oregon State coach Scott Rueck is leaning on his past postseason experience at Division III George Fox. The Beavers are managing an abnormal week before heading out of town for round one.

Marist’s three seniors reflect on their time as Red Foxes.

A flag controversy blocks South Carolina’s home court advantage.

UConn’s Breanna Stewart is standing tall and talented.

Tennessee freshman Jordan Reynolds dishes on her moves.

Gonzaga is dancin’.

BYU’s Jennifer Hamson is playing at another level entering the Tournament.

Young Baylor is still the #2 seed and Big 12 champs.

Camille Redmon provides strength in the post for Purdue.

Duke’s Rebecca Greenwell says anything is possible in the postseason.

Six players to watch at the Tournament.

The NCAA’s top five performances from last week.

WNIT news:

Missouri is looking at the WNIT as an opportunity.

Princeton will be missing two for tomorrow’s round one opener.

Colorado State is starting fresh in the WNIT.

Patience and persistence have paid off for Green Bay’s Sam Zastrow.

1 COMMENT

  1. ND doesn't get enough props…Lol…When they were dismantling Conn for the last 3 seasons, evrything was ok. When they were putting us out F4s, everything was ok. Everytime I watched a Conn gm, I always had to hear about ND and their 7 of 9 victories.

    When I watch a ND game, all I heard was Commentators talking about "the post Diggins era" and 1mention of UConn…Connecticut is trying to get itself back to rare form, and it started in March of 2013.

    ND is a great team, with a great Coach. But still, the Media darlings will forever be UConn and Tennessee. Thats just the way it is. Their time will come.

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