Another grip of news

NCAA Tournament team news:

UCLA is ready for UConn in the Sweet 16.

UConn’s success recipe is run, run, and run more.

Maryland is riding the rails to the regional.

The Terps are fueled by regret as they head into tomorrow’s game.

Oregon State has been winning with grit and experience.

South Carolina stands in the way for Quinnipiac.

Unspoiled by success, the Gamecocks keep striving.

Texas makes their first trip to Lexington since 1986.

NCAA Tournament player news:

It all starts with point guard Jordin Canada for UCLA.

How Washington’s Kelsey Plum took over college basketball.

Plum and Chantel Osahor: how we do it in the Pacific Northwest.

How Plum and Oregon State’s Sydney Wiese transformed their programs.

Baylor’s Lauren Cox has juggled type I diabetes in her first year at Baylor.

UConn’s Natalie Butler is looking to make her mark during the Tournament.

Allisha Gray’s injury stressed South Carolina fans, but not her.

The NCAA will honor last year’s Team USA gold medalists during the Final Four.

NCAA Tournament coach news:

UCLA coach Cori Close spent time learning from UConn.

John Wooden and Geno Auriemma are Close’s mentors.

College team news:

What’s next for Middle Tennessee’s 10 returnees?

After a championship season, Gonzaga looks for more next year.

There’s a culture change happening at Virginia Tech.

Cal’s ride ended in the NCAA Tournament.

College player news:

Incoming freshman Anastasia Hayes is ready to make an impact at Tennessee.

The curtain has closed on the career of Middle Tennessee’s Ty Petty.

Sophomore forward Brenna Wise is leaving Pitt.

New Mexico’s Hannah Sjerven is transferring to South Dakota.

College coach news:

Sources say Florida has offered Becky Hammon the head coach job.

Iowa State has extended coach Bill Fennelly’s contract through 2022.

The game:

Fourteen women’s hoops fans share why they love the game.

Women are stealing the show during March Madness, but the NCAA continues to neglect them.

UConn’s dynasty reveals the sexism in March Madness.

An SI writer has seen the light about the beauty of women’s basketball.

International news:

Turkish women’s hoops has made a mark despite their proximity to war.