Afternoon news hemorrhage

Player news:

A full recovery is expected for Kentucky’s Janee Thompson.

The high-scoring Ohio State duo of Ameryst Alston and Kelsey Mitchell is finding the perfect speed.

Miami’s Jassany Williams has found a comfort level playing at home.

UIC’s Ruvanna Campbell overcame a broken tibia and fibula to become one of the nation’s top players.

Freshman Maura Muensterman is trying to find her role on guard-heavy Indiana.

Army is leaning on Aimee Oertner.

Vermont’s Sydney Smith has found her shooting touch.

Bego Faz Davalos has been a quick study and a great spark off the bench for Fresno State.

Team news:

LSU is struggling due to inconsistency. Seniors Sheila Boykin and DeShawn Harden are providing leadership.

Life in the Pac-12 is rough sledding for Washington State.

There’s no replacing UT Martin.

Newcomers are sparking Kennesaw State.

Misfortune had lead to the basement for coach Sheryl Swoopes’ Loyola Chicago team.

Coaching news:

DePaul has extended coach Doug Bruno’s contract through 2019-2020.

Coach Keith Adams is back at UTEP.

Coach Kim Barnes Arico has a 40-year plan in place at Michigan.

Pro news:

Swin Cash is ready for life after basketball…..whenever she decides to retire.

Pat Summitt:

The University of Tennessee Medical Center will establish a Pat Summitt Alzheimer’s Clinic.

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