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Will South Carolina vs. UConn be a changing of the guard?

As South Carolina and UConn prepare to face off for a National Championship tomorrow that few foresaw, the stage is set for the battle...

L’s and One: Taylor Robertson is breaking records at Oklahoma

When you think of shooters in women's college basketball, you should start with Oklahoma's Taylor Robertson. So far this season, the senior guard is...

Their eyes on the Tournament, Colorado dominates UCLA, 67-54

Los Angeles - Effective defense, good rebounding and dominating post play paced Colorado to a 67-54 win over UCLA Friday. It was the 17th victory...

Horston stepping up to lead Tennessee’s resurgence

During a road game earlier this month, as she stretched to defend a pass, Tennessee guard Jordan Horston fell out of bounds at coach...

Coach’s Chair: Natasha Adair, University of Delaware

Reigning CAA coach of the year Natasha Adair is in her fifth season as head coach at the University of Delaware, coming off of...

Gottlieb, USC will strive for consistency in NCAA tourney quest

If Lindsay Gottlieb has her way, the USC Trojans will have a Selection Show party next March. The longtime coach took the helm of a...

Growth-minded Bradford bringing perspective, energy to the Dream

Truly, there are no timeouts for Crystal Bradford. When she’s on the court, the Atlanta Dream reserve guard is hustling hard on offense and making...

‘IN THE THICK OF IT’

April 2020 RELAX, ITS ONLY YOUR NERVES...... We have a baby. Our little Page. She looks more like me, but with a slight semblance to you....

Semeka Randall Lay and NaSheema Anderson on basketball legacies

Basketball is not only a sport, but an extended family. Two of its crown jewels - who have been friends since childhood - recently sat...

‘THICK’

“You’re looking fat on the court. You need to lose some weight”  -no friend of mine Boy, if you don’t get off my damn...