Finals are over and games pick up again today, thank goodness. In the meantime, there was one vital upset last night:
Colorado stunned #8 Louisville, 70-66. The Buffs mounted a 12-point lead, and the Cardinals rallied hard in the last few minutes, but were unable to close the deal. Colorado is 9-0.
The Buff’s Rachel Hargis had seven blocks. The game proved a strong debut for Colorado’s Arielle Roberson.
As seven schools leave the Big East, one writer says it’s a sad day for basketball.
Monmouth University will leave the Northeast Conference for the MAAC.
Whitney Hand is “OK” with the end of her college career. I hope she has called Jacki Gemelos.
Tennessee readies for the toughest stretch of their season.
Georgia Tech point guard Sharena Taylor will continue to be the ultimate role model.
Kentucky’s A’Dia Mathies blogs.
Ohio State’s Amber Stokes follows in her father’s footsteps.
Texas Tech’s rebounding is improving.
Practice time is valuable for Missouri.
Boston College’s Katie Zenevitch and Nicole Boudreau are enemies that turned roommates.
Pittsburgh standout Shalonda Winton is sparkling at Cleveland State.
Nicki Jones has spurred Drexel to early success.
Wisconsin walk-on Tessa Cichy has found her niche.
Division II Art U has some of the best defense in the nation.
Sacred Heart is getting into the holiday spirit with community service.