It’s all news tonight

No major games today, so it’s all college news:

DeNesha Stallworth gives Kentucky a boost.

Rebecca Lobo has five questions for Baylor point guard Odyssey Sims.

Oh my, there’s another one: Texas sophomore forward Nneka Enemkpali is the first player in school history to post six consecutive double-doubles. In doing so, she broke Tiffany Jackson’s 2006 record.

Injuries are threatening Oklahoma’s season.

Colorado redshirt freshman Arielle Roberson is making a solid first impression.

Notre Dame notes.

Players of the week:

UCLA’s Alyssia Brewer’s got it for the Pac-12.

The SEC honor goes to DeNesha Stallworth of Kentucky.

Elizabeth Williams is tops in the ACC for Duke.

Maggie Lucas is it in the Big Ten, for big Penn State.

For C-USA, it’s Whitney Bibbins of Tulane.

The A-10 top player is Becca Wann of Richmond.

Cleveland State’s Shalonda Winton is it for the Horizon League.

It’s the second week in a row for Central Michigan’s Crystal Bradford, in the Mid-American Conference West.

IUPUI’s Kerah Nelson takes it for the Summit League.


Next spring, the WNBA draft will air live in primetime for the first time.