In the meantime, there’s a lot of ink…….
Coach Lindsay Gottlieb has carved her own path to success.
Layshia Clarendon has lead the Bears to the Sweet Sixteen.
Cal perseveres through tragedies.
Associate head coach Sunny Smallwood plays a big role for the Huskers.
Native Nebraskans are all over the Tournament.
Stefanie Dolson will play tomorrow.
Players take turns impersonating Coach Geno Auriemma.
Elena Delle Donne ink:
Elena Delle Donne’s story is like Larry Bird’s.
The Delaware star blogs.
Delle Donne and Brittney Griner are likened to Jackie Stiles.
Delle Donne is back in Husky territory tomorrow.
The Kentucky Wildcats are getting to the next level.
Kentucky’s three-point prowess is no accident.
A DVD from former Terp Kristi Toliver has motivated Maryland.
There’s something about Maryland.
Tianna Hawkins and the crew are ready for regionals.
Remember the Alana Beard days? Yep, me too. Duke is eying their first Final Four since 2006.
Georgia Coach Andy Landers is excited to be back in the Sweet Sixteen.
LSU hopes for point guard Jeanne Kenney’s return, but they’re prepping without her.
Senior forward Joanna McFarland came to the rescue for Oklahoma.
Kansas is surging behind better defense.
Baylor is having fun chasing their second consecutive title.
Louisville Coach Jeff Walz is proud of his team for overcoming adversity to make the Sweet Sixteen.
Tennessee will have to deal with “the head of the snake” in facing Oklahoma tomorrow.
Florida junior center Vicky McIntyre has missed the last six games and isn’t with the team at the WNIT.
Quarterfinals begin tomorrow.