DUNCANVILLE, Texas- The Sandra Meadows Classic, one of the biggest tournaments held in Texas, has historically attracted not only the top teams in the state but also elite programs from across the country. This season, highly regarded Whitney Young ventured down from Chicago, putting in an impressive performance despite losing t to back-to-back Texas state champion Duncanville in the final game, 60-46.
The message boards have been buzzing with rumors for the past week, and today, Kristy Curry, head women's basketball coach at the University of Alabama made it official: Breanna ("Bre-Bre") Hayden will transfer from Baylor to 'Bama in January.
Stanford, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Chiney Ogwumike racked up 32 points and 20
rebounds in a monster individual effort that lifted sixth-ranked Stanford to a
76-70 win over No. 3 Tennessee in a powerhouse non-conference tilt from Maples
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. --Sheryl Swoopes always knew her journey with basketball would not end with her departure from the WNBA. As the six-time WNBA All-Star, four-time league champion with the Houston Comets and three-time Olympic gold medalist stood on the sidelines, bellowing instructions to the Loyola Ramblers as they took on the Minnesota Golden Gophers late last month, the rest of the world knew it too.
DURHAM, N.C. -- Well before tipoff in Tuesday night's No. 1-v.-No. 2 Jimmy V Classic matchup, I figured UConn would beat Duke by around 20 points or so. So the game's 83-61 final result came as no surprise. There's no question that UConn has had Duke's number in the Joanne P. McCallie era in Durham, and there's one overarching reason for a supremacy that has seen the Huskies emerge the victors -- often in embarrassing routs -- in what is now the last seven meetings between these two women's basketball powers.
Durham, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis shot the lights out
from 3-point range and Breanna Stewart had a dominant inside game, as top-
ranked Connecticut dismantled No. 2 Duke, 83-61, Tuesday night at Cameron
Durham, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis shot the lights out from 3-point range and Breanna Stewart had a dominant inside game, as top- ranked Connecticut dismantled No. 2 Duke, 83-61, Tuesday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium.