1. Rutgers Signs HC Stringer to 4-Year Extension

    C. Vivian Stringer's newly agreed-to four-year contract extension to remain the coach of the Rutgers women's basketball team includes only two fully guaranteed years at a reduced salary ...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 2 months ago 176 reads 0 comments

  2. Brian Holsinger Promoted to Associate Head Coach

    Washington State women's basketball head coach June Daugherty announced the promotion of Brian Holsinger to associate head coach Wednesday...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 2 months ago 51 reads 0 comments

  3. One of Nation's Top Forwards Chooses Kentucky

    A physical power forward with what one analyst called “a ceiling through the roof” committed to Kentucky after a recent visit...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 2 months ago 129 reads 0 comments

  4. University of Miami Recruiting 9-Year-Old Basketball Star Jaden Newman

    She has an Allen Iverson crossover, Muggsy Bogues handles and presumably a 9 p.m. bedtime. At the unbelievably young age of nine, Jaden Newman is averaging 14.8 points and 7...

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  5. 6-3 Eighth-Grader Bree Boles Commits to IU Women

    Bree Boles hasn't attended a day of high school, but already knows where she plans to attend college. .....

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  6. Summitt Receives Award from Annie Oakley Society

    Former Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt has received a lifetime achievement award from the Annie Oakley Society. Summitt was honored Thursday at a luncheon and fundraiser to benefit the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 months ago 108 reads 0 comments

  7. Three Sisters, One out-of-Sight Dad

    Jon Samuelson, father of one of the most successful sister acts in women's basketball, is ever-present in the lives of his three talented daughters -- he's just hard to find during their games...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 3 months ago 95 reads 0 comments

  8. Ex-UNC star DeShields transferring to Vols

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The mother of former North Carolina star Diamond DeShields says her daughter is transferring to Tennessee...

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  9. Breaking News: Diamond DeShields Is Transferring to Tennessee

    Maria Cornelius of Inside Tennessee has informed Swish Appeal that Diamond DeShields intends to transfer to Tennessee...

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  10. Stanford's Ogwumike Named Pac-12 Woman of the Year

    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Stanford University's Chiney Ogwumike has been selected the Pac-12 Conference Woman of the Year for the 2013-14 academic year, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott announced today...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 3 months ago 73 reads 0 comments

  11. UConn's Stefanie Dolson Falls off Stage During White House Visit

    You may remember Stefanie Dolson as the former UConn basketball player (and new Washington Mystic) who challenged Barack Obama to a dance-off if the Huskies won a second national championship...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 3 months ago 120 reads 0 comments

  12. Tennessee Lady Volunteers Get Verbal Commitment from Te'a Cooper

    Te'a Cooper, a 5-foot-8 point guard at McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.) and the No. 12 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2015 class, gave a verbal commitment to the Tennessee Lady Volunteers Thursday night...

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  13. In Women's Hoops, Why Is the Number of Female Coaches Dwindling?

    During his two decades working for ESPN, Jimmy Dykes served primarily as a color commentator on men's college basketball. On several occasions, however, he worked women's games as well...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 3 months ago 60 reads 0 comments

  14. SEC Announces Jacksonville as Site of 2016 Women's Basketball Tournament

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Southeastern Conference has awarded the 2016 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament to Jacksonville, Fla. And the Jacksonville Sports Council, Commissioner Mike Slive announced today...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 3 months ago 52 reads 0 comments

  15. Gonzalez Twins Transfer from Kansas to UNLV

    The UNLV women's basketball team picked up a pair of Division I transfers on Tuesday, as twins Dakota and Dylan Gonzalez will be joining the Lady Rebel team after spending their freshman ...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 months ago 48 reads 0 comments

  16. Romero Granted Release from Kansas State

    Kansas State, citing a newly modified institutional policy, will allow guard Leticia Romero to transfer after all...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 3 months ago 36 reads 0 comments

  17. Darby Foresman Commits to IU Women

    Indiana picked up its first commitment for the 2016 class Friday, netting a verbal pledge from Heritage Christian's Darby Foresman. .....

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 3 months ago 33 reads 0 comments

  18. Kevin Haskin: It's Time for K-State, Currie to Do Right Thing, Free Romero

    MANHATTAN — John Currie must strongly consider his effectiveness as athletic director at Kansas State...

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  19. Chiney Ogwumike Says UConn's “Lou” a Hybrid of Her Sisters | UConn Women

    Chiney Ogwumike, the first overall selection in the WNBA draft by the Connecticut Sun, is very familiar with Katie Lou Samuelson, California's reigning Gatorade high school player of ...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 3 months ago 63 reads 0 comments

  20. K-State Says Denial of Romero's Transfer Request Is Final

    MANHATTAN — Kansas State athletic director John Currie attempted to help Leticia Romero gain a conditional release from her basketball scholarship, but his efforts will not be enough...

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  21. Ogwumike Receives Stanford's Top Alumni Service Honor

    National player of the year and All-American Chiney Ogwumike can add another prestigious honor to her time on The Farm, as she was honored by the Stanford Alumni Association as one of two graduating seniors to receive the J...

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  22. K-State Still Denies Leading Scorer's Transfer Request

    Kansas State just sent out a release on Leticia Romero. The decision of an appeals committee to deny her release is final and binding...

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  23. Voepel: Kansas State's Decisions to Blame for Messy Situation

    Ever seen improv comedy where the performers start down an odd path and keep going ... and going ... and nobody's laughing? The audience is uncomfortable and eventually really confused, thinking, "What on earth are they doing?" ...

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  24. Auriemma Says in Time Butler Will Be a Great Asset

    Natalie Butler's transfer to UConn was made official by the women's basketball program on Wednesday and Geno Auriemma believes the 6-5 center from Georgetown will be a great asset to his program...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 3 months ago 35 reads 0 comments

  25. Natalie Butler Completes Transfer to UConn

    STORRS, Conn. - Natalie Butler, who was selected as the 2013-14 Big East Rookie of the Year while competing at Georgetown University, has signed a financial aid agreement to complete her transfer to the University of Connecticut...

    Samantha Talavera Written by Samantha Talavera about 3 months ago 75 reads 0 comments