Monday, March 27, 2017

And then there were Four

Final two tickets punched tonight:

UConn rolled past Oregon, 90-52, to advance to their tenth consecutive Final Four.

South Carolina held off Florida State, 71-64.

WOO!!!! I'm so ready for Dallas!!

NCAA Tournament team news:

Elite wasn't good enough for Baylor.

Oregon's success has been especially meaningful for its homegrown star.

NCAA Tournament player news:

The Samuelson sisters are cheering each other's NCAA run.

Awesome story on Oregon freshman Ruthy Hebard.

NCAA performance rankings:

ESPN has ranked the top 10 NCAA Tournament performances of all time.

Wooden Award All-American team:

The team: Napheesa Collier, Kelsey Mitchell, Kelsey Plum, Katie Lou Samuelson and A'ja Wilson.

College team news:

JR Payne's Colorado Buffs are on the right track.

Creighton is eager to keep progressing after a breakthrough season.

Indiana had another historic season.

College player news:

While Mercedes Russell will stay at Tennessee, Diamond DeShields has yet to decide.

Jessica Shepard is transferring from Nebraska.

College coach news:

Basketball legend Lynette Woodard is the new head coach at Winthrop.

Florida has hired Cam Newbauer from Belmont as their new head coach.

UTEP's Keitha Adams has interviewed at Wichita State.

WNBA player news:

Is former league star Tamika Catchings'new job running a tea shop?

1 comment:

Scamp said...

Knowledgeable writer with positive criticisms of Longhorn women's basketball. A rare find!

http://www.statesman.com/sports/golden-nuggets-march-madness-the-texas-women-and-kaepernick/rKCve0kaJJbYgrheX505MI/