Saturday, March 31, 2018

Are you ready for this National Championship game?

National Championship game:

Everything you need to know about the title game.

Both teams are refocused for the Championship game.

Making the case for both teams.

The Irish and Bulldogs want one more win.

It is a battle of the overtime survivors.

It's Cowbells vs. Catholics.

The UConn conquerors are hungry for a title.

Victoria Vivians is ready to write the final chapter for Mississippi State.

The Bulldogs are back in the title game hoping for a different outcome.

Why not us? asks Vic Schaefer.

Beating UConn is great, but Notre Dame knows the title is next.

Jessica Shepard is both a newcomer and a veteran for the Irish.

Shepard could be the difference-maker for Notre Dame.

Kathryn Westbeld looks to end her Irish career on the ultimate note.

Last night's semifinal:

Banana statistics.

Yes, it sucks for UConn, but it was great for women's basketball.

A technical foul and an opportunity lost for Louisville.

Asia Durr got emotional when asked about Myisha Hines-Allen.

WNBA player reactions on social media.

College team news:

UConn is coming to grips with consecutive NCAA semi losses.

Notre Dame's win will go down in history.

Louisville won't let their semifinal loss define their great season.

The future is bright for Texas A&M.

As teams catch up to UConn, Tennessee falls further behind.

College player news:

A'ja Wilson won the Naismith Trophy.

Naismith defensive POY is Teaira McCowan.

Saint Joseph's freshman Avery Marz accepted the Courage Award with Lauren Hill's parents.

Jackie Young has joined Notre Dame lore with an epic semifinal.

Julie Brosseau is transferring from Maine.

College coach news:

Vic Schaefer is the Naismith coach of the year.

Edniesha Curry is the new assistant coach for Maine men's hoops.

WNIT championship:

Indiana beat Virginia Tech to win the title.

Crowd size hit a program record.

Basketball Hall of Fame:

2018 inductees Katie Smith and Tina Thompson were introduced today as members.

History of the game:

The Flying Queens' success was a game-changer for women's hoops.

1 comment:

Scamp said...

I saw the Flying Queens in Hawaii in the early 80s. Their opponents didn't show for the game, so Wayland Baptist treated us to their amazing warm-up routine. They were as skillful as the were Harlem Globetrotters.