Tournament, college, coach and WNBA news load

NCAA Tournament:

North Carolina freshman Diamond DeShields is pure entertainment: “People love it, people hate it. It don’t matter to me; I’m going to keep doing it.”

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley discusses the possibility of playing Stanford at Maples Pavilion: “Yeah, I think it sucks.”

BYU is excited for the chance to play UConn.

DePaul is playing their best ball going into the Sweet 16. Coach Doug Bruno reached win 600 in advancing.

Stanford is happy to be back home for regionals.

It’s been another sweet season for Baylor.

Champs:

Oklahoma City University won the NAIA Championship last night.

More college news:

Nebraska has big shoes to fill next year.

Oregon State has shown they belong with basketball’s elite.

Their final postseason ride ended too soon for Purdue’s seniors.

Sophomore Precious Person is leaving Rutgers.

Kellyn Schneider has requested a release from Texas Tech.

College coach news:

USC let assistant coaches Evan Unrau and Brandy Manning go.

Two distinct portraits of Boston University coach Kelly Greenberg have emerged.

Coach Jim Littell has brought stability and success to Oklahoma State.

Coach Mike Bradbury has turned Wright State into a powerhouse.

Seton Hall players are buying into coach Tony Bozzella’s system.

WNBA news:

The Dream have re-signed center Erika de Souza.

The Sun have signed center Kelley Cain.

The Sky have re-signed Allie Quigley and Avery Warley.

Tulsa Shock point guard Skylar Diggins appears in the current issue of Vogue Magazine.

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