Full Court congratulates our 2014-2015 women’s college basketball season National Player of the Year, Breanna Stewart, and Freshman of the Year, Brianna Turner, as well as all the talented athletes named to our NCAA Division I All-American and Freshman All-American teams.
As the postseason Women's National Invitational Tournament moved into its second round, the round of 32, on Sunday, a total of 11 games quickly narrowed the field to 21 teams still standing. After St. John’s and Villanova each won their second-round WNIT match-ups, they will now meet in a postseason rematch of their Big East regular-season home and homes. The two teams split those regular-season contests with each team winning on its home court, which could give 'Nova, which will host Round Three, the inside track.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Team USA will face Canada Sunday in a bid to secure its eighth -- and seventh consecutive -- FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women gold. The United States, which had already secured its berth in next year's FIBA Americas U19 World Championships, advanced to the finals with a 97-51 victory over Argentina in Saturday's semifinal.
IRVINE, Calif. - If you are not already a fan of girls' basketball, first of all you are crazy! Second, the Schollyme All World Game held at Concordia University April 19 would have changed your mind. The game showcased some of the young women hoopers from around the globe. It was an electric environment, and both the SchollyMe Black and SchollyMe White teams put on a show.
LOS ANGELES - Brigham Young used commanding performances on both sides of the court to stun fourth-seeded Nebraska Monday, 80-76, in the second-round regional of the 2014 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion.
In pulling off their second upset in three days, the Cougars advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2002, and become just the third 12th-seeded team in NCAA history to pull off the feat. Ironically, they head to the Lincoln, Neb. regional.
The Lincoln Regional gets underway today, with the host Nebraksa in Los Angeles having to get through two games on the West Coast in hopes of still participating when they get back to Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Huskers certainly have the talent to do so, but some other top-notch teams will have a lot to say about it.
The first day of the 2014 Pac-12 Women's Tournament provided four genuinely interesting games, albeit for different sets of reasons. Colorado started the day with efficient three-point shooting, while Washington -- playing just a few miles from its Seattle campus -- ended the day by hitting only one field-goal attempt in the final nine minutes of regulation, while opposing Utah's Michelle Plouffe put on a one-woman show.
In the only opening day contest pitting two Top-25 teams against each other, No. 17/12 Nebraska blew past No. 25 UCLA, 77-49, in Lincoln’s Pinnacle Bank Arena Friday behind 27 points from Husker All-American Jordan Hooper.
The first-ever match-up for the Huskers in their new home, the $179 million Pinnacle Bank Arena, drew a crowd of 9,750, a school record for a non-conference game.
"What a great way to start the season," Nebraska Coach Connie Yori said. "We had a great crowd and a great atmosphere and we played pretty well, too."