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A little WNBA, a lotta college


The Lynx’s greetings from fans at the airport is a growing ritual.

As Minnesota Coach Cheryl Reeve told the media in LA Sunday, her team is getting two days off – yesterday and today.

A new fitness regime has given Lynx post Jessica Adair a fresh start.

The Sun’s Jessica Moore is still on the move.

Interesting stuff: Storm exit interviews.


Cal State Bakersfield and Utah Valley University will join the Western Athletic Conference next summer.

Michigan loses junior forward Val Driscoll and freshman forward Kelsey Mitchell for the season due to knee injuries.

West Virginia senior center Asya Bussie is out for the season after sustaining a knee injury in practice last week.

Holly Warlick: “It’s my will to make sure that I take care of Pat.”

The Lady Vols are preparing for the season.

Kansas Coach Bonnie Henrickson sees her point guard’s return from injury as a stepping stone to success.

UNCW’s constant is change.

New Colorado State University Coach Ryun Williams has a fresh approach.

Rutgers Coach C. Vivian Stringer and University of California at Santa Barbara Coach Carlene Mitchell joined together for “links and a legend.”

Michigan State must fill the void left by suspended point guard Kiana Johnson.

Updated timetable in lawsuit against UConn Coach Geno Auriemma.

UConn begins practice Oct. 12.

A teeny bit of high school:

Michael Cooper II – formerly assistant coach at USC – has a company called Two One Hoops. He is now partnering his company with PrepStar Recruiting Network.

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