Monday, November 20, 2017
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William and Mary’s Misha Jones: Taking the lead

As I sit on the bus on our first road trip, I look at my teammates, and I can’t help but think about how...

Coach’s Chair: Tony Bozzella, Seton Hall University

Tony Bozzella returned to coach the program at his alma mater, Seton Hall, in 2013. In his second season the Pirates notched a program-best...

Tennessee season preview: Lady Vols will rely on both veterans and...

Once again this fall, I sat down with 247 Sports Tennessee reporter Maria Cornelius to preview the Tennessee Lady Vols for the upcoming season....

UCLA opens season in record-breaking fashion

Los Angeles – No. 8 UCLA got the season off to a record-breaking start Friday with a 129-69 rout of San Jose State. The point...

Oregon’s new commitment to defense shows against CSUN

Eugene - The No. 11 Oregon Ducks used stifling defense to blow out Cal State Northridge in their season opener Friday, 91-43. Sophomore guard Sabrina...

With Trakh back at the helm, Trojans set to tip off...

Every new college basketball season brings a plethora of new faces to each team's bench. For the USC Trojans this year, however, the main...

Coach’s Chair: Sherri Coale, University of Oklahoma

Sherri Coale took the reins of Oklahoma basketball in 1996, shortly after giving birth to her second child. She rebuilt the program for two...

UCLA uses balance, tough defense to rout Vanguard, 87-40

Los Angeles - The No. 8 UCLA Bruins used a balanced attack to rout Vanguard, 87-40, in their only exhibition game Sunday. Senior Monique Billings...

UConn exhibition games offer a mere glimpse of the newbies

Storrs - Zero in a row. After years of counting up toward 111 consecutive wins, the UConn Huskies begin this year with a winning...

Oregon’s plan this season: step up the defense

The Oregon Ducks enter this season as over-achievers. With a slate of newcomers last year, they were picked to finish in the bottom half of...