#11 Texas 78, Duquesne 41
Boise State 74, CSUN 63
Central Michigan 104, Oakland 61
James Madison 50, George Washington 37
Penn State 74, Providence 72
Washington 83, Fullerton 74
College team news:
Maryland will ask Kaila Charles to do more while scoring less.
St. Louis is rebuilding with talented newcomers.
Arizona State is a family affair.
Everything you need to know about JMU.
Around the Rim: Baylor.
Five things to watch at Oklahoma.
Indiana will have a similar playing style as last season.
A point guard duel highlights Saturday’s Oregon-Syracuse game.
College player news:
Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale and Marina Mabrey feed off each other.
Katie Lou Samuelson and Napheesa Collier are ready to write their own endings at UConn.
Teresa Veitenheimer’s six-sport background helped mold her for Oklahoma.
Tania Davis’ grueling trek back to Iowa from a second ACL tear.
Ali Patberg has returned to the court for Indiana.
From practice player to starting point guard for Washington, Jenna Moser’s path was unconventional.
Senior Makeda Nicholas’ return from injury is boosting Delaware.
Green Bay starter Karly Murphy is out for the season with a torn ACL.
Iowa State freshman Ashley Joens is expected to play a big role.
Kansas State freshman Christianna Carr is the real deal.
Ashanti Thomas’ eligibility is a boon for Butler.
Transfer guard Jade Thurmon is learning to harness her speed at Iowa.
College coach news:
Tina Thompson is bringing a new approach to the Cavaliers, as her era has begun.
UCLA coach Cori Close is coaching to the edge.
Q&A with Oklahoma State coach Jim Littell.
As the stress of coaching the Gophers builds, Cheryl Reeve is there for Lindsay Whalen.
A full house will welcome Whalen and the Gophers tomorrow night, their season opener.
Geno Auriemma breaks down the UConn roster.
General college news:
College sports’ newest need is psychologists.
No. 13 prospect Breanna Beal has committed to South Carolina.
Full list of players overseas.
The WNBPA is headed to a labor war, but its leader is nowhere to be found.
Canadian stars explain what players want out of a new deal.
Why profitability is the enemy for the WNBPA and not gender bias.
What happens now after players opted out of the CBA?
Seimone Augustus and Danielle Robinson in conversation.