LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – There were no upsets Saturday in the semifinals of the Southeastern Conference Tournament, and the co-regular-season champions will battle it out on Sunday to determine who reigns supreme in the league—South Carolina or Tennessee.
“This game will decide who the real champions are,” said Tennessee sophomore Andraya Carter.
ATLANTA, Ga. -- The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced the 20 player roster for the 22nd WBCA All-American Game presented by Nike to be played on April 6 in New Orleans. For the fourth consecutive year, the game will be played on the official NCAA Women’s Final Four court. The roster will be divided into two 10-player teams for the game, which will be played according to NCAA rules. Tipoff is set for 4:30 p.m. CT.
MIAMI -- Coaches packed the house for some big-time action at Dr. Krop High School for the second annual Miami Suns' Team Showdown and third annual Stars Under the Sun Exposure Camp. With one of the best classes in the history of Florida and Georgia, there was no shortage of talent at any point during the weekend -- which showed both on the court and in the number of coaches in attendance.
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The college viewing calendar is chock full of big events, but there’s no question that Tennessee’s Battle in the Boro is one of the biggest – and led by tournament MVP Allisha Gray, the Georgia Metros 16 Nike outlasted the Tennessee Flight Silver, 59-51, to take the title in the elite Gold Division Monday. Of course, the Flight might have been running out of air space, as they had to go four overtimes in the quarterfinals before finally getting by Sports City U, 75-71.
Some camps have it and some don’t. With 52 players attending, the Nike Skills Academy camp held at Norcross High School (Georgia) on April 28-29 saw a talent collection rarely found in one gym. As it turned out, even the no-shows were a group that could compose a fine set of major division one recruits.