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Women's National Basketball Association

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  • Don't Forget About Teams Joining UConn, N.D. In Final Four

    Don't Forget About Teams Joining UConn, N.D. In Final Four
    There has been a certain obviousness associated with the women's Final Four, almost as if a Notre Dame-UConn national championship game had been etched on a tablet Moses forgot to bring down from Mount Sinai. As you might imagine, this does not make...
  • Breanna Stewart 7th Husky To Be Named Wooden All-American

    Breanna Stewart's national profile expanded again Wednesday when she was named to the Wooden All-American Team. She is joined by Notre Dame's Kayla McBride, Baylor's Odyssey Sims, Maryland's Alyssa Thomas and Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike. Stewart, the...
  • UConn, Stanford Lots Of Final Four Familiarity

    UConn, Stanford Lots Of Final Four Familiarity
    Sunday’s national semifinal will mark the fifth time the teams have met in the Final Four. In 1995, UConn beat Stanford in the semifinals in Minneapolis on the way to its first national title In 2008, the Huskies lost to the Cardinal in the...
  • Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor makes offer to buy Minneapolis newspaper

    MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota billionaire Glen Taylor has made a formal offer to acquire the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a purchase that would add the state's largest media company to his diverse business empire. Taylor said in an interview Tuesday that he has...
  • Irish lose Achonwa for women's Final Four

    Natalie Achonwa has been knocked out of the Final Four with a knee injury that could also be the decisive blow to unbeaten Notre Dame’s NCAA title hopes. It leaves the Irish (36-0) without one of the country’s best low post players –...
  • Roy White At Series Club Dinner

    Roy White At Series Club Dinner Former Yankees outfielder Roy White, a two-time All-Star and member of the 1977 and '78 World Series champions, will appear at the World Series Club of Hartford County dinner on Monday at 6 p.m. at the VFW Hall on 83 South...
  • UConn Offers Glimpse Of Future As It Contemplates Present Vs. A&M

    UConn Offers Glimpse Of Future As It Contemplates Present Vs. A&M
    LINCOLN, Neb. — No college program is more accustomed to focusing on the present than the UConn women. In fact, that ability is largely responsible for the big trophy case back home. But during the NCAA Tournament, the play of Kaleena Mosqueda-...
  • Mike Strange: Vols lose a great one in Simmons

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. In the same arena where she introduced herself four years ago, Meighan Simmons went out Sunday in a blaze of, well, Meighan Simmons. With a little more than a minute to play, Simmons flipped in a layup, the final points of a prolific...
  • Stanford counting on the freshman

    STANFORD, Calif. A year ago, guard Lili Thompson was filling out NCAA brackets and watching games on television like many women's basketball fans. Sunday, Stanford is counting on the freshman when the second-seeded Cardinal (31-3) faces No. 3 Penn...
  • On the Fly: Remy Plans To Be In Booth For Sox Opener

    The Red Sox open in Baltimore Monday and NESN analyst Jerry Remy told the Boston Globe he plans to be in the booth. His son Jared faces a trial in October, accused of killing his girlfriend, Jennifer Martel. Last Sunday the Globe ran a story detailing...
  • BYU's Judkins, A Former Celtic, Says Geno Could Coach Men

    LINCOLN, Neb. – BYU coach Jeff Judkins was drafted by the Celtics in the second round of the 1978 NBA draft. You might remember their first-round pick that season: Larry Bird. And after his NBA playing career ended, he served the Utah men (and Rick...