Friday, October 23, 2020
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Oregon prioritizing mental health in return to court

Getting one of the best college teams in the country ready for the season is a tall task in any year. But as Oregon...

Despite the challenges, Bruins are grateful to begin the season

As they prepare for their first official practice tomorrow, UCLA basketball is in unchartered waters. About two thirds of the team has been doing skill...

Billings taking mindful approach into new role with Dream

WNBA athletes are dubbed veterans in their third season, as pro basketball is a “dog years” profession. Atlanta Dream forward Monique Billings has a special...

One-on-one with NCAA all-time steals leader Chastadie Barrs

Lamar University guard Chastadie Barrs is having a season most players can only dream about. Offensively, she is respectable, shooting 40 percent from the...

No. 25 UCLA runs away from Utah, 76-60

Los Angeles - No. 25 UCLA ran past short-handed Utah Friday, 76-60, to sweep the season series on the last weekend of Pac-12 play. Michaela...

Longtime assistant coaches create stability, success and family

For many, if not most, the tireless job of a collegiate assistant coach is a stepping stone to a head coaching position. And to...

McDonald’s work ethic, quick learning curve leading Arizona’s resurgence

When Aarion McDonald took the court for the first time as an Arizona Wildcat last November, it had been a while since college fans...

Player of the Year candidate Ionescu much more than a triple-double...

One of the best overall players in the country, Oregon junior guard Sabrina Ionescu, is known to casual fans almost exclusively for a single...

Standout Mangakahia has found her balance at Syracuse

Tiana Mangakahia sees all the angles. When the Syracuse point guard needs some misdirection to fool a defense, she'll give a ball fake or behind-the-back...

Younger Ogwumikes, Langley helping build Rice into a power

Entering this season, there wasn’t much reason to pay attention to the Rice Owls. Rice hasn’t made the NCAA Tournament since 2005. Just last year,...