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8 Reasons Why UConn Has the Best Women's College Basketball Program

Storrs, Connecticut is the center of the college basketball universe.  It wasn’t always this way though.  It has taken almost thirty years to build this basketball dynasty.   940 more words

Top Ten Reasons

North Texas star forward Eboniey Jeter found dead in dorm

DENTON, Texas (AP) — Forward Eboniey Jeter, who led the North Texas Mean Green women’s basketball squad in shooting percentage last season, has been found dead in her dorm room. 123 more words


Reese, Grose to play at Owens CC

MANSFIELD – Jeryn Reese of Mansfield Senior and Mekaila Grose of Madison will be women’s basketball teammates at Owens Community College next season.

Reese is a 6-foot forward and multi-time All-Ohioan who scored more than 1,000 points for her high school career for the Tygers. 150 more words


Lawsuit accuses former basketball coach, father of discrimination against players

Two basketball players in St. George, Utah, are suing Dixie State University for discrimination after they said the basketball coach and her father racially discriminated against them and openly questioned their sexual orientation. 251 more words



Balladeer’s Blog offers one last round of congratulations to the 2015 women’s college basketball champions in the divisions covered here.

NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) DIVISION ONE… 319 more words


In The Pantheon of College Basketball Coaches: Auriemma is King

The Men’s and Women’s College Basketball season officially ended Tuesday night when the UConn women defeated Notre Dame to capture their third straight national championship. Duke held off Wisconsin the night before to capture their second title in five years. 677 more words

Geno Auriemma

3-Man Weave episode 50: Fuke Duke

LeMar, DeSalv, and Kodis O’Shay talk men’s and women’s NCAA basketball championships, how coveted Coach Greg Popovich would be by NBA teams, the problem with WWE announcer Byron Saxton, and more. 19 more words