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Record-Setting Victory for USA Women's Basketball

The Women’s Senior U.S. National Team at the 2014 FIBA World Championships (Photo by Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images)

The 2014 USA Basketball Women’s World Championship Team (3-0) completely overpowered Angola (0-3) for a record-setting 119-44 win to wrap up preliminary round play in the 2014 FIBA World Championship on Tuesday night at Abdi Ipekci Arena in Istanbul, Turkey. 822 more words


While we wait to find out how Brittney's eye is....

fingers crossed.… feast your eyes on the USA Basketball Showcase which is set to tip-ff at 7 pm tonight on ESPN2

Geno Auriemma’s second term as USA Basketball’s senior national team coach presents unique challenges.

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Geno Auriemma lends his skill to local basketball coaches


Ursuline Academy basketball coach John Noonan had a pen in his hand and a notebook in his lap Thursday afternoon at the Carpenter Center. 497 more words


Geno Auriemma Rips NCAA for Mo'ne Davis Violation

The NCAA loves handing out violations, and Geno Auriemma took offense to his latest one, for congratulating little league sensation Mo’ne Davis on her performance. 336 more words


Mo'ne Davis says 'it's sad' UConn received a secondary violation after Geno Auriemma called her

Almost three weeks after captivating the nation with her pitching performance at the Little League World Series, 13-year-old pitcher Mo’ne Davis found herself at the center of a controversy. 170 more words

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Mo'ne Davis 'Sad' About UConn NCAA Violation

NEW YORK (AP) — Little League star Mo’ne Davis says she’s “sad” that Connecticut received a secondary NCAA rules violation for coach Geno Auriemma’s congratulatory phone call to her during the Little League World Series. 150 more words


Geno Auriemma won by getting a secondary violation after calling Mo'ne Davis

Earlier this week, legendary UConn basketball coach Geno Auriemma told reporters in his perfect way of amusement and mock outrage that another school had reported him for a secondary violation after he called Little League World Series star Mo’ne Davis. 486 more words