Monday, July 16, 2018
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Oregon wins epic battle with UCLA in OT to claim top...

Eugene - Sabrina Ionescu spun back around toward her left and got to the free throw line. She stopped and shot a jumper. Splash. The shot...

South Alabama’s Ellis thriving in senior campaign

As a youth growing up in Tennessee, Chyna Ellis opted to play softball and soccer instead of basketball in the state where the iconic...

Three-way Pac-12 tie set to loosen this week

The logjam at the top of the Pac-12 Conference will dislodge sometime this week. But which way it will shake out is anyone's guess. No....

Coach’s Chair: Tara VanDerveer, Stanford University

Stanford's Tara VanDerveer cemented her status as one of the greatest coaches in women's basketball history last year, when she became the second Division...

No. 8 UCLA, Canada turn on the jets to vault past...

Los Angeles – Nine fourth-quarter points from Jordin Canada helped lift No. 8 UCLA over No. 25 Arizona State, 71-63, in a fiercely-contested matchup...

Texas freshmen ‘Gunners’ remain holstered, for now

Chasity Patterson couldn’t catch a break. At a practice last Dec. 5, the Texas Longhorns were scrimmaging against an all-male scout team. Patterson was operating the...

Who are the most indispensable players of them all?

Indispensable. Every team has a player that they absolutely can't do without. It might not necessarily be the best statistical athlete, although sometimes it is....

No. 8 UCLA outlasts USC to tie for first in Pac-12

Los Angeles - Jordin Canada scored 10 of her 18 points in the fourth quarter to lead a 15-2 UCLA run down the stretch...

Coach’s Chair: Karl Smesko, Florida Gulf Coast University

Karl Smesko entered his 16th season as head coach at Florida Gulf Coast University this year with a 404-82 (.831) record. The seven-time ASUN...

McPhee’s scoring outburst paces No. 24 Stanford past No. 6 ...

Eugene - Ruthy Hebard jumped up to rebound a shot she thought was an airball by Stanford's Brittany McPhee, except it wasn't. The step...