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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Extra Credit

    YOU KNOW THE TUNE: The UConn hockey team played "Brass Bonanza," which for years was the Hartford Whalers' song, after goals during an exhibition game against Dalhousie Oct. 5 in Storrs. The Huskies are considering it as their official goal song moving...
  • Geno, UConn Women Get Down To Business With First Practice

     Geno, UConn Women Get Down To Business With First Practice
    STORRS — Among Geno Auriemma's tangible coaching attributes is a practical side. That is what convinced him there was no need to start work as early as just about every other women's basketball team in the nation. Auriemma knows the Huskies will be...
  • Jackie Campbell brings national experience to Atlantic 10

    Little wonder Atlantic 10 commissioner Bernadette McGlade is asking Jackie Campbell to multi-task. Given Campbell's range of experience, she'd be otherwise remiss. Hired last week as senior associate commissioner, Campbell brings insight into NCAA...
  • UM extends WBB coach Katie Meier, who donates 75K to women's sports at school

    UM extends WBB coach Katie Meier, who donates 75K to women's sports at school
    Under coach Katie Meier, the women's basketball program at Miami has flourished. The Hurricanes have made five straight postseason appearances and collected 163 wins during her 10-year tenure at Miami.  Monday, the school announced it had agreed to...
  • UConn Soccer Getting $8M Gift; Hoop Facility Next In Line

    UConn Soccer Getting $8M Gift; Hoop Facility Next In Line
    Tony Rizza, a former UConn soccer player and a highly successful investment manager, has made the largest gift ever to UConn athletics. The $8 million gift, targeted for a new soccer stadium is scheduled to be announced Monday at a campus press...
  • Hopes are high for John Groce's third year at Illinois

     Hopes are high for John Groce's third year at Illinois
    CHAMPAIGN — At a team meeting this summer, Illinois basketball coach John Groce asked his players to dip their toes into his backyard pool. It wasn't a pool-party invitation. "I made them take their shoes off and put all 10 toes in the water,"...
  • State College Notes: Thrill A Minute For New Haven Football

    State College Notes: Thrill A Minute For New Haven Football
    How's this for an introduction to the excruciating tension involved with being a coach? The University of New Haven football team, under first-year coach Chris Pincince, has played five games. The Chargers lost to West Chester by five, lost to LIU Post...
  • Lafayette women's basketball program adds former Olympic coach

    Lafayette women's basketball program adds former Olympic coach
    Lafayette women’s basketball head coach Dianne Nolan announced the addition of Theresa Grentz to her staff. Grentz was the head coach of the 1992 U.S. Women’s Olympic team and the head coach at Illinois and Rutgers. “I am...
  • Diana Taurasi and Mercury sweep to WNBA title over Sky

    Diana Taurasi and Mercury sweep to WNBA title over Sky
    Now we know how much Brittney Griner means to the Mercury. And that Diana Taurasi means even more. With Griner, the Mercury beat the Sky in the first two games of the WNBA Finals by 21 and 29 points. Without their 6-foot-8 monster in the middle, the...
  • Lisa Leslie part of 2015 women's basketball Hall of Fame class

    Former Sparks great Lisa Leslie, a four-time Olympic gold medalist who led L.A. to two WNBA titles, headlines a group of six who are part of the 2015 women’s basketball Hall of Fame induction class. In addition to Leslie, former WNBA star Janeth...
  • With VCU's 2011 Final Four run leading way, Rams athletics on rise

     With VCU's 2011 Final Four run leading way, Rams athletics on rise
    RICHMOND — Matt Ball has been connected to VCU for 30 years, and given the duration and diversity of his affiliation — student-athlete, graduate, coach — few can better appreciate and assess the exponential growth of the Rams' sports...