Oooweee! So much news to see

Team news:

The freshmen are fitting in nicely at Oregon State. The seniors are poised to lead.

Notre Dame wants to take one more step.

Minnesota’s toughest task will be replacing Amanda Zahui B.

BYU is deep this year.

Illinois has rebounded from its summer of discontent.

UCLA is bolstering teamwork.

Three keys for Penn State this year.

North Dakota State must find a spark.

UC Santa Barbara is starting fresh this season.

Expectations are high for UT-Arlington.

Player news:

Mikayla Cowling is set to lead Cal this year.

Iowa State’s three freshmen are ready to help the team.

Michala Johnson is foregoing the WNBA for one more chance at Wisconsin.

Hard work has paid off for UConn’s Gabby Williams.

Lipscomb’s Ashley Southern is performing a balancing act on and off the court.

BYU senior Lexi Eaton Rydalch could be on the verge of history.

Coach news:

Wichita State coach Jody Adams has moved on after a tumultuous off-season.

Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell says “the sky isn’t falling” in light of three recent player losses.

New Utah coach Lynne Roberts wants to “bring back the fun” to the program.

San Diego State coach Stacie Terry’s vision hasn’t dimmed.

Coach Muffet McGraw wants the Irish to know success isn’t guaranteed.

Katie Geralds will return to Purdue – as coach of opponent Marian University.

Q&A with Iowa coach Lisa Bluder.

Interview with Kennesaw State coach Nitra Perry.

Stony Brook coach Caroline McCombs has settled in.

Florida assistant coach Shimmy Gray-Miller is using the music of Biggie Smalls to inspire the team.

College broadcasts:

Candace Parker and Chiney Ogwumike will join ESPN for select games and commentary.

WNBA news:

NBA commissioner Adam Silver is confident in the WNBA and plans to be more involved.

Silver’s challenge is to grow the league.

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