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College news still rocking the socks

College team news:

Expectations continue to soar for Missouri.

College player news:

Alexa Middleton will transfer from Tennessee.

It appears freshman Minyon Moore will leave USC.

South Dakota State stand out Macy Miller has been granted an extra year of eligibility.

Former Gonzaga guard Zhane Templeton has landed at UT Arlington.

College coach news:

Mark Trakh is returning to coach USC. Never seen that done before.

He is lauded at New Mexico State, where he has been coaching.

Dawn Staley got a four-year contract extension that will take her through the 2025 season. She’ll get $2.1 million, and is now the highest-paid coach in the SEC.

Competitiveness is part of Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw’s DNA.

One more WNBA training camp roster:

Minnesota Lynx

WNBA player news:

Kelsey Plum is happy to be in San Antonio and playing for the Stars.

The Liberty’s Tina Charles visited schools this week as part of Hopey’s Heart week.

Maggie Lucas will miss a second season for Indiana as she rehabs from a torn ACL.

Former Irish players are looking ahead to the coming WNBA season.

How Seattle’s Ramu Tokashiki turned basketball into one of Japan’s most popular sports.

Nia Coffey goes pro with San Antonio.

WNBA coach news:

A conversation with Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve.

WNBA staff news:

Teresa Weatherspoon’s role with the Liberty has expanded.

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