Much news, and more signing reports

Geno Auriemma’s lawyers have withdrawn their request to dismiss the employee discrimination complaint against the UConn coach.

In last night’s win, Georgetown’s Sugar Rogers became her school’s all-time scoring leader.

Penn State guards Alex Bentley and Maggie Lucas are at their best working together. Lucas blogs.

Florida will be tested at Florida State.

Sophomore Erika Ford is important to the Georgia Bulldogs.

DePaul Coach Doug Bruno said thank you in his own special way Tuesday night.

Arizona is ready to bounce back from last season.

Bad luck for Oregon: sophomore forward Lexi Petersen is out for the year with a torn ACL.

Temple senior Ketara Chapel was inspired by another coach’s goals for her.

More National Signing Day news:

Penn State signed seven.

Michigan inked four.

Old Dominion took two.

Gonzaga got two.

Baylor signed four.

Oklahoma State inked six.

Missouri took three.

Stanford got four.

LSU signed two.

Colorado inked four.

Mississippi State took four.

Illinois got six.

Minnesota signed two.

Maryland inked four.


The best coverage of a WNBA team seems to belong to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, which reports that Lynx players are currently playing around the world.