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The draft lead up and college coaching dance continues

WNBA draft news:

Five big questions heading into the draft.

Coaches Agler, Johnson, Stocks, and Williams Discuss the WNBA Draft.

Prospects Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Alexis Jones and Nia Coffey Discuss the Draft.

The young and exciting Sun are ready for the draft and training camp.

Is Nia Coffey the answer for Chicago at the No. 2 pick?

Kelsey Plum’s WNBA resume.

Alaina Coates is ready to bring Columbia to the WNBA.

ODU’s Jennie Sims has high hopes heading into the draft.

Florida’s Ronni Williams is anxious for the draft.

Liberty draft primer.

Rebecca Lobo and LaChina Robinson Discuss the Draft.

George Washington seniors Caira Washington and Hannah Schaible are eyeing professional careers, probably overseas.

Other WNBA news:

Dallas Wings CEO Mary O’Connor has resigned.

Jay Parry, WNBA COO.

Comparing female athletes to male athletes:

It’s not a compliment – it’s insidious.

College conference news:

Big year for the Pac 12.

College player news:

Rebekah Dahlman has transferred to DePaul.

College coach news:

Sherri Coale has a plan to get Oklahoma back atop the Big 12.

Dawn Staley will get a new contract.

Nicole Powell officially named Grand Canyon’s new coach.

Marquette has extended coach Carolyn Kieger’s contract through 2022-2023.

UNCW coach Adell Harris has resigned to pursue other interests.

Results under Joe McKeown are frustrating, but he deserves his job at Northwestern.

Keitha Adams has hired Eva Laskowska as an assistant coach at Wichita State.

Vanderbilt coaches Stephanie White and Carolyn Peck spoke at an “Equal Pay, Equal Play” session.

Nikki Moody’s lawyers are quiet about Bill Fennelly’s dismissal from her lawsuit against him and the school.

International news:

Nirra Fields inspired and trained girls at a weekend clinic in Canada over the weekend.

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