Central Arkansas’ Megan Herbert has become just the second active Division I player to reach 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her career.
Other college news:
Once a Lady Vol, always a Lady Vol.
Tenn questions with Izzy Harrison.
St. John’s has landed two transfers: Danaejeh Grant from Clemson and Selina Archer from Miami.
Loyola Marymount senior Alex Cowling balls. She could be the West Coast Conference all-time leading scorer by the end of the season, and she’s just four boards short of becoming the school’s all-time leading rebounder.
Playing with an edge sets Notre Dame apart.
Nebraska is aiming for a Big Ten championship, despite a rough season.
South Carolina Coach Dawn Staley hopes her team gets its offense going.
UConn is getting close to full health.
Challenges for New Mexico State are shooting and scoring.
Florida and Coach Amanda Butler are alright.
Junior guard Eve Zelinger talks Dartmouth basketball.
Vanderbilt senior Elan Brown leads outside the limelight.
Colorado has learned to win on the road.
Old Dominion volunteer assistant coach Sara Jones is taking on cancer for the third time.
The Atlantic 10 has named their inaugural women’s basketball legends.
The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has named Baylor’s Brittney Griner their Ann Meyers Drysdale Women’s National Player of the Week.
A few of tonight’s results:
#4 Duke beat up on Virginia Tech, 58-26, to remain undefeated.
Rutgers finally collected a Big East win, 87-61 against Providence.
Texas Tech downed Texas, 66-59.
Lots of good games tomorrow, including Tulane vs. Rice, Illinois vs. Nebraska, USC vs. #7 California, BYU vs. Gonzaga, Cal State Northridge vs. Pacific, Iowa vs. Michigan State, Indiana vs. Ohio State, and Georgia Tech vs. Miami.