Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Small bits of major news

Tonight's result: The Sparks edged the Fever, 81-79. Indiana saw its six-game winning streak snapped. Candace Parker came within an assist of yet another triple-double, and...

NCAA holds mock selection

Nothing on the NCAA websites yet, but plenty on the NCAA's women's basketball twitter about today's mock selection exercise in Indianapolis. Hopefully they'll provide...

Marathon preparation

No games tonight *sniff* But the entire league plays tomorrow: Dream at Liberty Sun at Shock Lynx at Stars Mystics at Sky Sparks at Mercury Fever at Storm It's going to be...

Midseason assessments

ESPN gives each WNBA team a grade on their midseason report card, which I more or less agree with: West Minnesota: A Tulsa: B Phoenix: B- San Antonio: C- Seattle:...

Liberty wins, ties Sky for first in the East

The Dream edged the Sparks, 76-72. The Liberty got past the Sun, 64-57. They've won two in a row, while Connecticut has now lost five...

WBCA all-academic honor rolls

The WBCA announced school honor rolls for all three divisions: Division Institution 2014-15 Head Coach Team GPA NCAA Division I University of Missouri-Kansas City Marsha Frese...

Scheduling, sponsorship, moving?

Mystics: Veteran guard Kara Lawson says WNBA scheduling stinks. Emma Meesseman's quiet confidence has turned her into an unlikely WNBA star. Sun: The Sun will now be sponsored...

Is it game time yet?

The WNBA has had only one day off today, but I'm ready for more. Fortunately tomorrow there is: Lynx at Sun Dream at Mercury Shock: Tulsa players are...

World University Games Team beats Canada to take gold medal

The World University Games Team used a strong fourth quarter to defeat Canada, 82-63, this morning to take the Championship game. USA! USA!

Mid-season adjustments

Tonight's results: The Fever captured their fourth straight win by downing the Stars, 83-76. Marissa Coleman lead the way with 25 points. The Sky came from...
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