Former Georgia Tech star Kaela Davis will be transferring to the University of South Carolina, a source requesting anonymity confirmed to Full Court today.
On Tuesday, Yellow Jackets head coach Machelle Joseph issued a press release announcing that Davis, one of the top recruits in the high school class of 2013, and Georgia Tech had "mutually agreed to part ways." Joseph went on to say, "We wish Kaela and her family the very best and we thank her for her two years in our program."
Brittney Griner received no special treatment when she was allowed to plead guilty to domestic violence disorderly conduct in Goodyear Municipal Court earlier this week pursuant to a diversion agreement that will likely result in the dismissal of all charges once she has completed a 26-week program of domestic violence counseling.
Phoenix Mercury All-Star center Brittney Griner will complete a domestic violence aversion program after her arrest with fiancee Glory Johnson last week for assault, when the two began fighting at their Goodyear, Ariz. home.
Griner pleaded guilty to domestic violence disorderly conduct in a court appearance Tuesday, according to the Goodyear City Attorney prosecuting the case. Upon completion of the 26-week program, all charges will be dismissed.
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.
TAMPA, Fla.--Four-time Olympic gold-medalist and three-time WNBA MVP Lisa Leslie will be enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2015, the Hall announced today at a press event held in Indianapolis, Indiana, site of the men's NCAA Final Four. The highly decorated 6-5 center, perhaps best known as the first woman to throw down a dunk in a WNBA game and who is also scheduled to be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame on June 13, 2015, was the lone woman among the 11-member induction class.
No. 11-seed Arkansas-Little Rock pulled the day's only upset in the Greensboro Regional of the 2015 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Saturday, defeating Texas A&M, the six-seed, 69-60, in Tempe, Ariz. The victory sets up a second-round match-up Monday night pitting the Trojans against host and No. 3 seed Arizona State, who easily dispatched its first-round opponent, 14th-seeded University of Ohio, 74-55.
South Carolina will certainly have a huge homecourt edge throughout the Greensboro Regional -- their fans love to travel and that they won't have to go far. Still, Dawn Staley and company will have more than a few challengers: a Florida State club that is battle-tested, a North Carolina squad that could play all of their games within an hour of their own stadium, a Syracuse troop that nearly beat the Gamecocks earlier this season, a deep Arizona State club and an upset-minded James Madison team.
With conference tournaments now all in the record books, there's nothing left for this year's NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament aspirants to do but wait and hope. Many of those teams identified in this series as locks or "on the bubble" over the past few weeks removed any remaining uncertainty by winning their tournaments and nailing down the automatic bid for their respective conferences. Indeed, the overwhelming majority of deserving teams from the mid-major conferences won out and can breathe easy as they watch tonight's Selection Show.
DALLAS – Baylor used a strong second half to pull away from Texas in a 75-64 victory that clinched the school’s seventh overall and fifth consecutive Big 12 Conference Women's Basketball Tournament championship.
The Lady Bears led, 40-35, after a first half in which Texas answered every Baylor run. Baylor made sure that did not happen in the second half.
Imani Wright got the Bears going after the break with a jumper in the paint, but Texas guard Ariel Atkins buried a 3-pointer to slice the lead to four, but that was as close as it got.