Monday, April 22, 2019
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Coach’s Chair: Marlene Stollings, University of Minnesota

In Marlene Stollings' first season as Minnesota's head coach in 2014-2015, the Gophers went 23-10 and made their first NCAA Tournament appearance in six...

Bruins use defense to rout Gauchos, 74-44

Los Angeles - Monique Billings had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Jordin Canada added 14 points to pace the No. 7 UCLA Bruins...

Analysis: Despite being outplayed, UConn finds a way to beat Notre...

Hartford, Conn. - Continuity of coaching and a culture of excellence go a long way in women’s basketball, and I suppose in many other...

No Hebard, no problem for Oregon in rout

Eugene - Despite playing without injured starting forward Ruthy Hebard, No. 10 Oregon easily handled Hampton, 87-45, on Tuesday. The All-American candidate injured her ankle...

Coach’s Chair: Matthew Mitchell, University of Kentucky

Matthew Mitchell has turned the University of Kentucky into an elite program since being named head coach in the spring of 2007. His teams...

New coach, new team take Cal State Dominguez Hills into a...

It is an understatement to say that this past offseason for Cal State Dominguez Hills basketball was one to remember. First, five-year head coach Molly...

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...