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NCAA Tournament news:

How each team can win the national title.

Dawn Staley comes to Minneapolis chasing bigger dreams for South Carolina and Black coaches.

Tara VanDerveer, Geno Auriemma and Jeff Walz also bring notoriety to the Final Four.

How will UConn handle Stanford’s front court without Dorka Juhasz?

The Cardinal-Husky rivalry is full of memories.

Louisville’s Kianna Smith promised her mother a Final Four, and she has delivered.

NCAA officials acknowledged disparities between the women’s and men’s tournaments, and vow to keep working to make improvements.

Mark Emmert was grilled by media.

College team news:

South Carolina swept the Naismith awards, as Dawn Staley took coach of the year honors, and Aliyah Boston was both player of the year and defensive player of the year.

College player news:

The Wooden Award All American team: Aliyah Boston, Caitlin Clark, Naz Hillmon, Rhyne Howard and NaLyssa Smith.

Nyara Sabally: thank you, Oregon.

Duke’s Shayeann Day-Wilson is forging a new path.

Rickea Jackson from Mississippi State and Jasmine Powell from Minnesota have transferred to Tennessee.

Sam Brunelle, Anaya Peoples and Abby Prohaska are transferring from Notre Dame.

Myah Taylor will transfer from Mississippi State.

Greta Kampschroeder is leaving Oregon State.

Players have quickly figured out how to make NIL money.

College coach news:

Kelly Rae Finley has been named the Maggie Dixon rookie coach of the year.

Felisha Legette-Jack is back at Syracuse, where it all started.

Beth Cunningham is Missouri State’s new head coach.

Dionnah Jackson-Durrett is the new head coach at Kansas City.

Shawn Poppie has been named head coach at Chattanooga.

Oral Roberts won’t renew the contract of longtime coach Misti Cussen.

WNBA news:

Chiney Ogwumike is on a tireless quest to have it all.

In-depth interview with Sue Bird.

Angel McCoughtry and Breanna Stewart said Brittney Griner’s detention could have happened to any player.

Seimone Augustus and Maya Moore took similar paths to success with different playing styles.

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