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Final Four news:

Why you shouldn’t be put off that the Final Four is full of No. 1 seeds.

You better know these names: Louisville’s starting five.

Toughness is a calling card for Notre Dame.

College team news:

Missouri has a verbal pledge from an eighth-grader.

Quinnipiac is progressing into something better.

College player news:

Jordin Canada has passed the baton to Japreece Dean at UCLA.

A’ja Wilson leaves the Gamecocks with a lasting legacy.

Wilson: “thanks for putting up with me.”

The futures of Alexis Jennings and Bianca Cuevas-Moore are up in the air. They could each come back to South Carolina next season for a fifth year.

Ty Harris could be the new leader the Gamecocks need.

Kelsey Mitchell has made history at Ohio State as the program’s first four-time All-American.

Chennedy Carter is the WBCA’s Division I freshman of the year.

Mississippi State’s Chloe Bibby is the last Australian standing in the NCAA Tournament.

A day late, but an awesome story about Sabrina Ionescu, who as a child teamed up with her twin brother to play 2-on-2, Cheryl Miller and Reggie Miller style.

Leaonna Odom’s NCAA Tournament emergence is a great sign for Duke.

Crystal Dangerfield has earned her respect.

Bowling Green’s Carly Santoro will transfer to Ohio State to play as a graduate transfer.

Karlie Cronin’s multi-sport, multi-school journey has landed her at Ohio State as a walk-on.

Fallyn Freije has transferred to Montana State from North Dakota.

Sofie Tryggedsson is leaving Colorado State after three seasons.

College coach news:

Michelle Clark-Heard is leaving Western Kentucky to coach at Cincinnati.

Her associate head coach Greg Collins will take over the Topper program.

Clemson has fired Audra Smith.

South Carolina State isn’t renewing the contract of coach Doug Robertson Jr.

A Tennessee signee is already defending coach Holly Warlick.

Back in time:

Ohio State’s 1992-1993 Final Four team was relentless.

WNBA news:

Jay Parry will step down as the league’s Chief Operating Officer April 30. Ann Rodriguez will be the new COO.

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