Hoops news of every stripe

Today’s scoreboard.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

Why Louisville might have a tough go in the NCAA Tournament, and why they could win it all.

A No. 2 seed could be better than a first seed for Notre Dame.

A familiar foe awaits Jacksonville in the Atlantic Sun Championship game Sunday.

Team basketball has Boise State on the verge of their second straight Mountain West Tournament title.

Quinnipiac has staked a claim as the second-best women’s hoops team in New England.

Princeton is looking for an NCAA Tournament bid.

South Florida hopes to begin NCAA tourney play at the Sun Dome.

College player news:

Tennessee’s Mercedes Russell is glad she returned for a fifth year, and more.

After a frustrating season, Akienreh Johnson emerged as a key scorer for Michigan.

Gophers standout Carlie Wagner is ready to make noise in the NCAA Tournament.

How Michelle Nwokedi became the ‘socialite’ of Penn basketball.

Dor Saar is steady for UMaine.

Zaria Wright is leaving Toledo.

College coach news:

Bentley University will name their basketball court after 1,000-win coach Barbara Stevens.

DePaul’s dogged Doug Bruno is the epitome of what Chicagoans appreciate in coaches.

Bowling Green has fired coach Jennifer Roos.

Tournament news:

While Seattle’s KeyArena is being renovated, the 2019 and 2020 Pac-12 Tournament will be in Las Vegas.

State of NCAA coaches hiring:

The college racial and gender report card.

International news:

It’s time Canada supported professional women’s basketball.

International Women’s Day:

The WNBA did a great job celebrating the day on their timeline.

Layshia Clarendon on creating social change.

High school news:

Many homes but only one city for four-time Nevada state champion Justice Ethridge.


Chamique Holdsclaw celebrates her New York City roots with her WBHOF honors.

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