Monday, December 31, 2018

The year won't end without a couple more upsets


Dominant rebounding led Rutgers over No. 4 Maryland, 73-65.

Michigan downed No. 12 Minnesota, 76-60.

It was the first loss of the season for both the Terps and Gophers.

More results:

Wisconsin stopped Purdue, 76-69.

Nebraska rallied again in the fourth quarter to take Ohio State, 78-69. They are 2-0 in Big 10 play.

No. 20 Marquette 85, Creighton 67

Northwestern 68, Illinois 45

Indiana 83, Penn State 75

All scores

Only one game tomorrow

College team news:

A look across the MAC landscape.

Colorado State is growing ahead of Mountain West play.

College player news:

Wisconsin's Marsha Howard says leadership has been glued to her personality since she was young.

Harvard's Katie Benzan is both the ESPNW and Ivy League player of the week.

College coach news:

In the Coach's Chair this week: Vanessa Blair-Lewis, Bethune-Cookman University.

Was hiring Cam Newbauer a mistake for Florida?


How a group of Rutgers alums are shedding light on a forgotten National Championship of 40 years ago.

Senegal's national team has become an inspiration to girls.

WNBA news:

Breanna Stewart conducted a successful basketball clinic in her hometown.

Kristi Toliver is paid only $10,000 for her role as an assistant coach with the Washington Mystics.

The 2019 draft order has been confirmed.

Just a few changes in the AP top 25 poll

Nothing too surprising in this week's poll:

1. Connecticut
2. Notre Dame
3. Louisville
4. Maryland
5. Oregon
6. Stanford
7. Mississippi State
8. Baylor
9. NC State
10. Tennessee
11. Oregon State
12. Minnesota
13. Texas
14. Syracuse
15. Michigan State
16. Kentucky
17. Gonzaga
18. California
19. Iowa
20. Marquette
21. Texas A&M
22. Arizona State
23. South Carolina
24. DePaul
25. Iowa State

Sunday, December 30, 2018

It's a "down they go" day

Four upsets, count 'em:

Harvard knocked off No. 14 Cal, 85-79.

Nia Clouden's career-high 27 points sent No. 21 Michigan State past No. 16 Iowa, 84-70.

Arizona shut down No. 17 Arizona State, 51-39.

Central Michigan upended No. 24 Miami, 90-80.

More results:

Guess who's 12-0? Utah, after today's 76-61 victory over Colorado.

NC State is 13-0 after thrashing Davidson, 75-45.

Duke 57, Florida Gulf Coast 41

UCF 47, Quinnipiac 45

Chattanooga 66, Maine 61

Seton Hall 77, St. John's 67

South Dakota 67, North Dakota State 41

Virginia 65, Charlotte 61

Fordham 61, Middle Tennessee 49

LSU 78, South Florida 49

UCLA 72, USC 65

Washington State 79, Washington 76

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Can a Pac-12 break through to win the first NCAA title since 1992?

Freshmen are a big part of Nebraska's balanced attack.

The Gamecocks must simplify their game heading into SEC play, according to Dawn Staley.

College player news:

Cataloging Sabrina Ionescu's 14 triple-doubles.

Oregon State's Maddie Washington is playing big in the post.

USC's Mariya and Minyon Moore are making the most of their season together.

Former UConn guard Lexi Gordon has transferred to Texas Tech.

South Florida has signed Latvian guard Luize Septe, who is eligible to play immediately.


Notre Dame gave Muffet McGraw career win No. 900, against the school where she started her head coaching career 37 years ago.

Megan Gustafson became Iowa's all-time scoring leader today.

Kennedy Leonard became Colorado's all-time assists leader today.

WNBA news:

Sky guards Allie Quigley and Courtney Vandersloot were married in Seattle Thursday.

Kia Nurse had a knee injury scare playing in the WNBL.

Saturday, December 29, 2018

Another day, another upset


Creighton stunned No. 19 DePaul, 85-82.

More results:

Sort of an upset?.....Tulane 68, Central Michigan 57

No. 6 Stanford 69, CSUN 43

No. 20 Gonzaga 78, LMU 53

No. 23 Texas A&M's 84-61 win over UTRGV is their seventh straight

Auburn's 83-50 win over Alabama State makes nine in a row.....will they get rankings love come Monday?

Fordham 72, Maine 64 (OT)

Boston College is 11-2 after a 99-68 victory over Dartmouth

TCU's 88-31 win over Alcorn State puts them at 10-1, tying the program record for best start

Pitt 66, Duquesne 58

Butler 63, Villanova 55

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule is full of interesting match ups

College team news:

Another deep and competitive season is ahead in the Pac-12.

No. 21 Michigan State is out to prove even more as Big Ten play begins.

Utah was unbeaten in non-conference play. Will that carry over into the Pac-12?

After a 1-17 conference record last season, can Washington compete in the Pac-12?

TCU is redefining "Lady-Like" in its campaign this year, and they roll into conference play on fire.

Montana State is capitalizing on the unknown.

College player news:

Ally and Megan: the torch-passing of the Iowa scoring record.

Cierra Porter has come out of medical retirement to play for Missouri.

Duke freshman Rayah Porter won't be enrolled at the University for spring semester due to an unspecified violation of school policy.

Hannah Fox broke Amherst College's single-game scoring record, with 43 points.

College coach news:

A conversation with Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw as she approaches win 900.

Rutgers coach Vivian Stringer became the first coach in Big 10 history last night to record 200 wins in conference play.

Colorado State coach Ryun Williams won his 400th career game today.

Friday, December 28, 2018

Back at it

Finally! We have some game results:

No. 4 Maryland 77, Penn State 61

No. 10 Tennessee 98, Murray State 77

No. 12 Minnesota 74, Wisconsin 56

Mississippi 82, North Florida 69

Purdue 60, Ohio State 42

Rutgers 45, Northwestern 41

Duke 83, East Carolina 66

Nebraska 70, Michigan 56

Indiana 85, Illinois 83 (OT)

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule is packed

College team news:

Team-by-team Pac-12 preview.

A multi-pronged scoring attack has lead Florida State to a strong start.

UCLA is searching for consistency in league play.

Nebraska is focused on improving defense.

What should Arizona expect in the Pac-12?

Gonzaga enters West Coast Conference play after a program best nonconference start.

Minnesota is putting up better defensive numbers this season.

Oregon State is focused on improving defense.

Northern Arizona looks to right the ship as they enter Big Sky Conference play.

USC aims to maintain their hot start in Pac-12 play.

Entering WCC play, BYU looks to continue to exceed expectations.

Strong rebounding carries Montana State into the Big Sky.

New-look Montana wants to make a fun at conference supremacy.

UTEP will try to close out nonconference play with a win.

College player news:

Megan Gustafson is maintaining Iowa's focus.

Sarah Shewan is staying in the moment with Illinois.

A Kentucky State player is recovering after allegedly being struck by the team's head coach.

College coach news:

Geno Auriemma says UConn is good for the game.

Marshall coach Tony Kemper wants his team to be tougher mentally and physically.

Games on deck:

Power 5 preview for a busy January.

High school news:

ESPN's top 25.

WNBA news:

The WNBA is at a crossroads as it searches for its next president.

Friday, December 21, 2018

A bit of parallel universe

Today's results:

No. 16 Iowa won the mythical battle of Iowa with a 91-82 decision over Drake. Megan Gustafson had 44 points, including 30 in the second half.

Virginia Tech tied a school record with 15 three-point shots in their 81-73 comeback win over Ohio State.

Indiana ended South Dakota's long winning streak, 68-60.

Big win for Virginia today, taking down South Florida, 74-67.

No. 8 Stanford prevailed over Buffalo, 62-55.

No. 9 Tennessee bounced back with an 80-61 win over ETSU.

No. 25 South Carolina routed Temple, 88-60.

Purdue took down unbeaten Bradley, 74-61.

Missouri stopped Illinois, 67-45.

Grambling State slipped past Loyola Marymount, 62-61.

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Kentucky heads into their break on a high note.

Old Dominion has reached their win total from last year.

UMaine faces a tough test in Northeastern tomorrow.

Marquette is set for tomorrow's star-studded clash with Notre Dame.

Washington allowed the most points ever in a home game last night.

College player news:

Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu got her second triple-double in two days, and broke her own NCAA record, just set yesterday: 14 triple-dubs.

Twins Jenn and LeeAnne Wirth rely on each other on and off the court at Gonzaga.

Getting to know Cal's Asha Thomas.

Keeping the game simple is a key to getting Indiana's Kym Royster back on track.

Former Texas point guard Chasity Patterson has transferred to Kentucky.

College coach news:

McDaniel College will name their court after longtime coach Becky Martin.

Nike TOC:

Results so far.

How Miami Country Day toppled No. 1 St. John's College.

WNBA news:

Sue Bird and Kristi Toliver in their NBA roles.

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Every game night, the unexpected


Grambling State handed Indiana their first loss of the season, 65-62.

Creighton tossed South Florida, 83-76.

More results:

No. 3 Louisville survived Central Michigan, 72-68.

Utah is 10-0 after a 74-58 win over Florida.

No. 11 Oregon State 71, Duke 57

No. 12 Texas 81, UT Rio Grande Valley 66

No. 21 Gonzaga 88, Idaho 51

Illinois State 72, St. Louis 67. It's the fifth straight for the Redbirds.

Georgia Tech 84, Seton Hall 73

Arkansas 61, Tulsa 59.....and the Razorbacks are 10-3.

Auburn 86, North Carolina 81 (OT)

Butler 66, Ohio State 53

Virginia Tech is 11-0 after beating Dayton, 69-57

Wyoming 77, South Dakota State 70

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Iowa and Drake share and share alike, and they will face off tomorrow.

Notre Dame prepares to move in to their new facility.

Missouri hopes to earn their bragging rights tomorrow.

Texas A&M is rolling with confidence after their USC win.

Duke and South Carolina may reschedule their postponed game at an unusual date.

UConn is vulnerable.

ESPNFM's mid-major poll.

College player news:

Evina Westbrook is having a breakout season for Tennessee.

Megan Gustafson is making the case for the best of all time at Iowa.

Shakira Austin made the most of her first start for the Terps tonight.

Austin boosted Maryland immediately, and coach Brenda Frese said it's just a start.

College coach news:

Matthew Mitchell wants Kentucky to sharpen things up.

South Dakota State has given Aaron Johnston a contract extension through 2022-2023.

Charli Turner Thorne ranks ASU as Final Four contenders after their 9-2 non-conference record.

Dawn Staley talks about facing her former team, Temple.


Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu recorded her 13th career triple-double today and broke the NCAA record for both women and men.

NCAA Tournament:

......dates have been set.

WNBA news:

Five of the Storm's 17 home games will be played in nearby Everett.

The Sparks president and COO is leaving to take another job.

Five things to know about new Wings coach Brian Agler.

Police will seek to charge Mercury assistant coach Todd Troxel after a domestic altercation with his fiancee.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Gearing up for Super Tuesday

College team news:

Mississippi State is undefeated, and ready to face Oregon's offense.

Lamar has now won 32 straight home games - the second-longest such streak in the country.

Portland State looks to complete the program's first undefeated run through nonconference play.

Today's scores

No. 8 Stanford at No. 9 Tennessee and No. 4 Mississippi State at No. 7 Oregon highlight tomorrow's game schedule.

College player news:

How does Tennessee's Meme Jackson build on a career-scoring performance?

Madison Treece will transfer from Duke.

Fun MAC stats.

Stanford's Alanna Smith is both the ESPNW and Pac-12 player of the week.

College coach news:

The Women's Sports Foundation has created a fund in honor of Stanford's Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer.

Drake's Jennie Baranczyk is in the Coach's Chair this week.

High school news:

Zia Cooke is famous.

WNBA news:

Sources say Brian Agler will be the new coach of the Dallas Wings, to be named tomorrow.

The Pacers have hired longtime Fever president Kelly Krauskopf as their assistant GM. Her job will be to build championship culture.

Q&A with Sue Bird.

Q&A with new Sparks coach Derek Fisher.

Lisa Leslie appeared in an episode of ABC's "Speechless" last week.

This week's AP top 25 poll

Missouri out, Texas A&M back into this week's AP top 25 poll, which also sees Baylor out of the top five for the first time in a long while:

1. Connecticut
2. Notre Dame
3. Louisville
4. Mississippi State
5. Maryland
6. Baylor
7. Oregon
8. Stanford
9. Tennessee
10. NC State
11. Oregon State
12. Texas
13. Minnesota
14. California
15. Syracuse
16. Iowa
17. Arizona State
18. Kentucky
19. Marquette
20. DePaul
21. Gonzaga
22. Michigan State
23. Texas A&M
24. Miami
25. South Carolina

Sunday, December 16, 2018

Nothing but the scores

Close ones today:

No. 21 Gonzaga 70, Missouri State 67

No. 23 Michigan State 74, Hartford 66 (OT)

No. 25 South Carolina 82, Purdue 73 (2OT)

Iowa State 86, Drake 81

Ohio State 46, Florida 41

Old Dominion 60, VCU 57

Boise State 73, Washington 69

Ball State 86, Western Kentucky 83

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

What we learned from No. 15 Iowa's dominant win over Northern Iowa.

Boise State won their second tournament title this month today.

College player news:

11 of Kristine Anigwe's 16 rebounds today were offensive. She is six boards shy of becoming the third player in Cal history to reach 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

High school news:

Noelle Quinn is the head coach at her former high school, Bishop Montgomery.

Sue Bird is enjoying working for the Denver Nuggets, but still wants to play.

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Once again, it's lit


No. 11 Stanford derailed No. 3 Baylor, 68-63.

South Dakota stopped No. 22 Missouri, 74-61.

More results:

No. 4 Louisville 92, Northern Kentucky 59

No. 10 NC State 84, Maine 56

No. 18 Kentucky 72, Middle Tennessee 55

No. 19 Marquette 80, Green Bay 54

Louisiana Tech 80, Mississippi 71

BYU 51, Colorado State 42

Rutgers 57, LSU 43

Utah 77, Weber State 56

Princeton 60, Marist 57

Washington 69, Montana 54

Rice 66, SMU 52

Central Michigan 66, Vanderbilt 57

Still to come tonight: No. 8 Oregon State vs. Texas A&M

Today's results so far

Nice full game slate tomorrow as we come out of finals

College team news:

For Iowa, step two towards a mythical state title is tomorrow, and both the Hawkeyes and Panthers push on despite different circumstances.

South Carolina's second-round tourney win at Purdue in 2017 propelled them to new heights.

Vanderbilt is being hammered by injuries, with only six players after today's game.

Today, Louisville honored its 2009 Final Four team.

College player news:

UConn's Kyla Irvin is earning trust with her solid play.

Utah's Megan Huff is garnering a lot of attention nationwide.

High school news:

Rickea Jackson is a powerhouse basketball talent that built a dynasty.

WNBA news:

The Milwaukee Bucks owner would like to bring a WNBA team to the city.

Friday, December 14, 2018


College team news:

The schedule is tightening for Iowa.

Stanford is fighting to be the leader of the Pac.

Nebraska is trying to get a handle on its turnovers.

Syracuse is feasting on a diet of threes.

USC is taking the lead in community service.

An overview of South Carolina's No. 1 recruiting class.

New Mexico's freshman have keyed their hot start.

Drake and Iowa State are ready for the next chapter of their reignited rivalry.

Baylor wants to continue acing tests on the road.

Washington will host the first Husky Classic in nine years.

Remembering Louisville's 2009 NCAA finalist team.

Today's results

Tomorrow's game schedule

College player news:

Macy Miller became South Dakota State's all-time leading scorer tonight.

Allazia Blockton crossed paths with Krystal Ellis a while back, and now has passed her as Marquette's all-time scoring leader.

Drake's Sara Rhine has become one of the nation's top forwards.

Utah's Jordan Cruz is growing on and off the court.

Syracuse freshman Emily Engstler has taken lessons from bench time.

Aubrey Griffin's road to UConn.

College coach news:

DePaul coach Doug Bruno is sidelined after spinal surgery.

WNBA news:

Breanna Stewart's year of empowerment.

The Drew League in Los Angeles features Sparks players.

Candace Parker has stepped up her offseason game.

New Sparks coach Derek Fisher is accused of trying to make money off of broke athletes with his new loan shark venture.


Lindsey Harding podcast.

100 years of basketball: Karen Elsner and Jackie Israel.

Monday, December 10, 2018

The day after a big game day

College team news:

Michigan State showed what could be with their upset of Oregon yesterday.

The "center by committee" approach is working for Oregon State so far.

Northeastern is off to the best start in program history.

LSU is ready to get back on the court against McNeese State.

Arizona is off to their best start since 2011.

George Washington lacks scoring depth and has seen a decrease in point production.

College player news:

Kristin Scott's development is a key to Iowa State's success.

Kentucky's Rhyne Howard is a freshman to fear.

"Tough cookie" Ashtyn Verbeek has lead Nebraska to their first winning streak of the season, and the frosh are stepping up overall.

On and off the court, Katie Lou Samuelson is A-plus for UConn.

Michigan State's Jenna Allen is ESPNW's player of the week.

College coach news:

Coach's Chair: Bart Brooks, Belmont University.

Recruiting news:

Missouri recruit Aijha Blackwell will have to transfer to another high school to finish her career.

Today's scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

AP top 25 poll: predictable shiftings

Michigan State in, Drake out, Oregon tumbles, why is Minnesota ranked so high on a weak schedule? Oh wait, we know........

This week's AP top 25 poll:

1. Connecticut
2. Notre Dame
3. Baylor
4. Louisville
5. Mississippi State
6. Maryland
7. Oregon
8. Oregon State
9. Tennessee
10. North Carolina State
11. Stanford
12. Texas
13. Minnesota
14. California
15. Syracuse
16. Iowa
17. Arizona State
18. Marquette
19. Kentucky
20. DePaul
21. Gonzaga
22. Missouri
23. Michigan State
24. Miami
25. South Carolina

Sunday, December 9, 2018

And then there were 18

After the weekend's games, there are still 18 undefeated teams left in Division I:

NC State


Mississippi State


Virginia Tech








Southern California

South Alabama




Portland State

Heating up


Michigan State came from behind to topple No. 3 Oregon, 88-82. Jenna Allen led the way for the Spartans with 27 points.

Close ones:

No. 5 Louisville survived No. 19 Kentucky, 80-75.

Meme Jackson's 33 points paced No. 9 Tennessee past No. 12 Texas, 88-82.

No. 14 Minnesota outlasted Boston College, 77-69.

Winthrop 58, Elon 57

Florida State 57, St. John's 53

CSUN 77, San Diego State 74

More results:

No. 17 Arizona State 70, Colorado State 39

No. 20 DePaul 87, Oklahoma 76

No. 23 Missouri 74, St. Louis 62

No. 24 Gonzaga 76, Washington State 53

Indiana 98, Missouri State 74

Villanova 76, Temple 68

Michigan 85, Oakland 69

Florida 62, Florida A&M 38

Portland State is now 6-0 after an 89-61 win over UTEP. The Miners have lost seven straight.

South Alabama moves to 8-0 on the year with a 77-65 victory over Alabama State.

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Iowa State's narrow loss to Iowa is motivating them moving forward.

College player news:

On Friday, Channon Fluker became CSUN's all-time scoring leader.

Today, Allazia Blockton became Marquette's all-time scoring leader.

Florida State transfer Kiah Gillespie is making the most of her second chance.

Battle-tested Joyner Holmes is ready for her junior year at Texas.

Katie Lou Samuelson is evolving into an all-around threat for UConn.

Former UCLA forward Nicole Kornet won a shooting contest Friday, but is ineligible to win the car that goes with it.

College coach news:

As the Gopher's coach, Lindsay Whalen still pulls the right strings.

Friday, December 7, 2018

Previewing the weekend

College team news:

Tennessee and Texas face big questions as their rivalry resumes.

Two undefeateds: Louisville is ready to face Kentucky.

West Virginia heads to Pitt for a backyard brawl.

UConn will look to Kyla Irwin against Seton Hall, as Megan Walker is out.

Nebraska faces challenges despite their recent win.

The beginning of Kansas State basketball, 50 years in the making.

College player news:

A high-scoring trio is carrying the unbeaten Kentucky Wildcats.

Gopher international players are bonding over distance.

Graduate transfar Recee Caldwell has been on point for Cal.

The importance of Gabby Burris' versatility for Ohio's offense.

Pitt senior Aysia Bugg is out indefinitely due to blood clots.

College coach news:

Gopher coach Lindsay Whalen says her team's No. 14 ranking shows good progress.

Megan Duffy has guided Miami to its best start in 37 years.

Drake graduate manager Chantel Osahor has a new blog post.

Three particularly notable scores:

3-5 Dayton took down 6-2 Buffalo, 72-59

UCLA snapped a four-game losing streak by grinding out an 89-80 win over Fresno State

LMU ran past CSUN, 72-53

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

WNBA news:

The Maya Moore x Air Jordan 10 "Court Lux" releases Dec. 22.

Kia Nurse has started an elite girls basketball program in Canada because she wants to give kids there opportunities to play at the highest levels.

Podcast with new Sparks coach Derek Fisher.

Today's press conference announcing Fisher as the new coach was oddly revealing.


UConn will retire Rebecca Lobo's number.

Lindsay Allen is making all the right moves for the Melbourne Boomers.

Lisa Willis has passed her first big test as a high school coach.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Things are (finals)-ally beginning to slow down

College team news:

What's behind Minnesota's hot start?

What's next for UConn after missing out on top prospects?

South Carolina's three-point barrage is primed to continue against Duke.

College player news:

Tania Davis' heroics last night for Iowa punctuated her long journey back from injury.

Arizona State fought for Sophie Elenga, and she is returning the favor.

Janessa Thropay is getting a chance to shine for Oregon State.

BYU's dual sport athlete Sara Hamson is making the most of her recovery.

Volleyball player Lexi Wallen has been added to the Illinois State roster.

Lexi Gordon will transfer from UConn.

Olivia Nelson-Ododa brings infinite potential and a unique personality to Storrs.

Crystal Dangerfield is redoubling her effort for the Huskies.


No. 19 Kentucky is 9-0 after their 75-52 win over Rhode Island.

Boston College is 8-1 after beating Bryant, 83-46.

More results:

No. 6 Mississippi State 87, No. 18 Marquette 82

Vanderbilt 60, Ball State 43

Villanova 60, George Washington 45

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

Remember that schools are in finals the next two weeks, so games will be spotty, and the schedule will be lighter than usual.

College bonus:

How a group of Rutgers alums are shining light on a ‘forgotten’ National Championship team.

Meet Crystal Hogan, the only female official in DI men's college basketball.

Recruiting news:

The secrets behind South Carolina's historic recruiting class.

WNBA news:

Great feature on Breanna Stewart.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

"Pettiness," and more big news

Notre Dame and UConn have been having Twitter wars since Sunday's game.

A counterpoint.

More program news:

The NCAA has put Oregon on two years probation for compliance violations in women's and men's basketball.

WNBA coach news:

The Sparks named Derek Fischer their new head coach, and he has some things to prove.

Big battles:

No. 16 Iowa slipped past archrival Iowa State, 73-70.

Unbeaten Indiana routed Butler, 66-46, to hand them their first loss.

No. 20 DePaul eased past rival Northwestern, 76-60.

More results:

No. 9 Tennessee 65, Stetson 55

No. 22 South Carolina 80, Appalachian State 50

South Alabama 72, Alabama 67

North Carolina 82, UNCW 55

Colorado State 65, Northern Arizona 54

Elon 73, Davidson 72 (OT)

Florida State 57, Mercer 56

Ohio 80, Purdue 73

Washington 69, Ohio State 59

Duquesne 64, Penn State 58

Nebraska 58, Kansas 52

Pepperdine 68, Weber State 47

Oklahoma 65, Central Arkansas 52

New Mexico 69, UTEP 51

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Dawn Staley and the Gamecocks have work to do to keep their NCAA Tournament streak alive.

Arizona is exceeding expectations early.

Indiana currently has the longest active winning streak in the NCAA, at 14.

College player news:

One slight adjustment has changed things for Kentucky's "very stubborn" point guard.

Asha Thomas has been cleared to play for Cal after a knee injury Sunday.

Kansas State will miss Cymone Goodrich.

Olivia Nelson-Ododa is emerging off the bench for UConn.

College coach news:

Tulane coach Lisa Stockton has been coach of the program for 25 years, and won her 500th game last night.

More WNBA news:

Players are using their offseason to pursue their off-court careers.

Sue Bird is scouting for the Nuggets.