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unc
March 4, 2022

UNC Athletic Facility Announcements Aids Six Programs

University of North Carolina Athletics will begin four new facility projects in the coming months that will directly impact six of its 28 sports programs and enhance the student-athlete experience. Construction and renovation will soon begin on a ...


nebraska
February 22, 2022

Nebraska Women’s Basketball Assistant Suspended, Player Dismissed

Chuck Love, the University of Nebraska women's basketball associate head coach, was suspended over the weekend. The university's athletic department issued a statement citing the suspension of Love as a personnel matter and no additional informati...


auriemma
July 7, 2021

Geno Auriemma Weighs In on New NCAA Rule

With the NCAA adopting new interim policies regarding student-athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness, industry leaders are weighing in on what it could mean for the future of their respective sports. Take UConn women's basketball h...


May 24, 2021

Detroit Mercy WBB Head Coach Cleared after Internal Investigation

Last week, the University of Detroit Mercy athletic director Robert Vowels shared details into the school's internal investigation against women's basketball head coach AnnMarie Gilbert for allegations that her program disregarded COVID-19 protocol a...


detroit
May 24, 2021

Detroit Mercy AD Denies WBB Team Forced Players to Play Through Injuries

Last week, the University of Detroit Mercy athletic director Robert Vowels shared details into the school's internal investigation against women's basketball head coach AnnMarie Gilbert for allegations that her program disregarded COVID-19 protocol a...


scottsdale sirens
June 11, 2020

WABA’s Scottsdale Sirens Set Tryout Dates

The Scottsdale Sirens will be hosting pre-season tryouts for its newly founded professional women's basketball team. The organization is scouting women basketball players ages 18 and up. The team is the latest addition to the Women’s American Bask...


May 12, 2018

How Central Missouri shocked the Goliath of DII women’s basketball

March 12, 2016, was the last time Ashland University had lost a game heading into this year’s NCAA Division II women’s national championship. Its 73 consecutive wins was the fourth-best streak of any division, and its 99 points per game was enoug...


tortillas
October 2, 2015

Examining coach abuse in women’s basketball

Sports Illustrated today will release a six-page report titled "Abuse of Power," a look at the growing number of allegations that players were abused by their coaches. The two authors of that report on Thursday published a short piece on SI.com ra...