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UCLA continues banner season, heads into the Sweet 16 for first time in 17 years

Photos by Lee Michaelson/hoopsgal.com WESTWOOD, Calif. -- The third-seeded UCLA Bruins (26-8) are headed to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament for ...

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American Athletic Conference Final: Another title for Auriemma, another trophy for Stewart

https://twitter.com/American_Conf/status/707017890738868225 UNCASVILLE, Conn. - South Florida certainly seems to have the recipe for getting off to fast starts against UConn. For the ...

American Athletic Conference Semifinal: South Florida uses second half run to defeat Temple 64-46

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - South Florida seniors Courtney WIlliams, Alisia Jenkins and Shaleth Stringfield will get one more chance at top-ranked UConn. ...

American Athletic Conference quarterfinals evening session: South Florida and Temple dominate in advancing to semifinals

https://twitter.com/American_WBB/status/706279670057197569 UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Quarterfinal play in the American Athletic Conference tournament concluded this evening with two dominating performances. No. 2 seed South ...

Dishin & Swishin 11/12/15 Podcast: UConn or the field? The Roundtable looks at the NCAA season

Click here to subscribe to the podcast with your feed reader or podcast app: j.mp/dishinpodcast. Available on iTunes, Player FM, Acast (iOS, Android) and Podcast Addict (Android). This ...

UConn tops American Athletic Conference preseason poll

On the heels of its 10th NCAA Championship, Connecticut is the favorite in the race for the 2015-16 American Athletic Conference ...

Two-game American Athletic-SEC Women’s Basketball challenge set for 2015

The American Athletic and the Southeastern Conference have announced the American-SEC Women’s Basketball Challenge. The two-game event will be held ...

Dishin & Swishin 3/20/15 Podcast: More of The Roundtable! NCAA Tournament Preview Part II

If today's first round of the women's tournament goes anything like the men's games yesterday, it will be crazy! Yesterday, in ...

Dishin & Swishin 3/19/15 Podcast: The Roundtable Speaks! NCAA Tournament Preview Part I

It is finally time for the Big Dance and that means it is time for Dishin & Swishin to convene its ...

After winning AAC championship, No. 1 UConn ready for the NCAA tournament

Your @American_Conf Champions! pic.twitter.com/4cpQ7TnGrj— UConn Huskies (@UConnHuskies) March 10, 2015 UNCASVILLE, Conn. – The crowning of the Connecticut Huskies as the American ...

South Florida welcomes challenge of top-ranked Connecticut in American Athletic Conference final

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – "I've told the kids this week, it's not every day you get to play for a conference championship," ...

American Athletic Conference semifinals: Connecticut and South Florida advance to title game

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - The American Athletic Conference semifinals produced no surprises, as the top two seeds, Connecticut and South Florida advanced ...
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American Athletic Conference quarterfinals evening session: South Florida and Tulane roll into the semis

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Quarterfinal play in the American Athletic Conference tournament concluded this evening with two dominating performances. Second-seeded South Florida throttled ...
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Dishin & Swishin 3/05/15 Podcast: Time for Charlie Creme’s annual Bracketology visit

The groundhog comes out once a year to look for his shadow, maybe bite the ear of a Wisconsin mayor, ...
Road To Tampa

Dishin & Swishin 12/11/14 Podcast: Looking at the first part of the college basketball season with Debbie Antonelli & Brenda VanLengen

The women's college basketball season is in full swing, and there is a lot to talk about: Increased scoring, upsets and ...

Stanford takes top spot in coaches poll, UConn falls to No. 4

After beating Associated Press No. 1 Connecticut last night in overtime 88-86, Stanford (2-0) moved up to the top spot in ...

Dishin & Swishin 11/13/14 Podcast: The roundtable returns to preview the 2014-15 NCAA DI season

It starts in November and ends in April with one team cutting down nets in Tampa! Finally, the NCAA women's basketball ...

Dishin & Swishin 03/13/14 Podcast: Jose Fernandez on why USF should be in the tournament, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke does not have to worry about USC’s bid

Both have 12 losses on the season, but this week they are in two different places. On this week's podcast, one ...

Louisville survives South Florida, 60-56 to move into American Athletic Conference final

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Second-seeded Louisville needed all forty minutes to defeat South Florida, 60-56 and advance to the American Athletic Conference ...

South Florida races to big win over Temple, 72-44, in American Athletic Conference quarterfinal

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - It was not the run out and hide that both Connecticut and Louisville did to their opponents, but ...

Proud to be the American: Danielle Donehew on the first year of the new conference and this weekend’s inaugural tournament

Earlier this year, I discussed covering Connecticut’s women's basketball team, the American Athletic Conference and how league play seemed different this ...

Dishin & Swishin 03/06/14 Podcast: ESPN’s Charlie Creme talks bracketology and conference tournaments

ESPN’s Charlie Creme is the preeminent “bracketologist” for women’s basketball. Creme reviews and analyzes teams, conferences, trends, schedules, precedents, historical placements, ...

Breanna Stewart and Bria Hartley lead Connecticut past South Florida, 81-53

HARTFORD, Conn. – When three of the six players in Connecticut's rotation today were 6-4 or taller, the strategy of pound ...

Proud to be an American, but is No. 1 Connecticut happy to be in the American?

Prior to their American Athletic Conference game against the Houston Cougars, the University of Connecticut faithful saw five of the nine ...
DALLAS (January 4, 2014) - USF defeated SMU 76-62.

USF size, defense too much for SMU, Bulls spoil Mustangs return to Moody Coliseum with 76-62 win

DALLAS – South Florida spoiled Southern Methodist’s return to a newly renovated Moody Coliseum and the American Athletic Conference home opener ...

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Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for 08-07-2017

Catch up on last week's news: Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for week of 7-31-2017 https://t.co/oUz2iacrHA https://t.co/8awD4iWRi6 -> #WNBA Players Of ... [+]

San Antonio Stars waive injured center Erika de Souza

The San Antonio Stars waived center Erika de Souza who suffered a lower right leg bone bruise during the team's practice ... [+]

Minnesota Lynx unveil new logo

The Minnesota Lynx unveiled a new logo as part of a rebranding effort of teams owned by the Timberwolves and Lynx ... [+]

Mercury center Brittney Griner returns to action Aug. 12 vs. Seattle

Phoenix Mercury starting center Brittney Griner will return to the team's lineup tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 12, against the Seattle Storm at ... [+]

D.C.’s Verizon Center becomes Capital One Arena

Washington D.C.'s Verizon Center has a new name: Capital One Arena. The name change is effective immediately. Monumental Sports and Entertainment ... [+]

Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for 07-31-2017

Catch up on last week's news: Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for week of 7-24-2017 https://t.co/SPt8zOLhOw #ncaaw #wnba #FIBA -> Los ... [+]

Linnae Harper to replace A’ja Wilson on U23 National Team, Wilson out with groin strain

From USA Basketball: Six-time USA Basketball medalist Linnae Harper (Ohio State/Chicago, Ill.) will join the 2017 USA Basketball Women's U23 ... [+]
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Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for 07-24-2017

Dallas Wings forward Evelyn @Akhator named to Nigerian National Team, will miss games to compete in AfroBasket https://t.co/QaEsai08Yc #wnba -> ... [+]

Los Angeles Sparks signed center Sandrine Gruda for the remainder of the season

From the Sparks: The Los Angeles Sparks have signed 6-foot-4 center Sandrine Gruda for the remainder of the season, as announced by ... [+]

WNBA Players of the Week for games played July 17-23, 2017: Tina Charles and Sylvia Fowles

Tina Charles of the New York Liberty and Sylvia Fowles of the Minnesota Lynx are the WNBA’s Eastern and Western Conference ... [+]

Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for 07-17-2017

Catch up on last week's news: Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for week of 7-10-2017 https://t.co/l1ijuSgZs6 #ncaaw #wnba -> Today's #WNBA ... [+]

Atlanta Dream sign guard Chelsea Hopkins to 7-day contract, waive guard Darxia Morris

The Atlanta Dream signed guard Chelsea Hopkins to a seven-day contract Monday. The team also waived guard Darxia Morris. Hopkins, who was ... [+]

Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for 07-10-2017

Catch up on last week's news: Hoopfeed Weekly Twitter Digest for week of 7-03-2017 https://t.co/hrqfDuOnoL #ncaaw #wnba -> Simon & ... [+]

Brittney Griner out 3 to 4 weeks with ankle sprain and bone bruise

Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner sustained an injury with 8:49 remaining in Friday's game at Talking Stick Resort Arena against the ... [+]

Indiana Fever guard Shenise Johnson to miss the remainder of the 2017 season due to torn ACL

From the team: Indiana Fever guard Shenise Johnson will miss the remainder of the 2017 season after sustaining a torn anterior cruciate ... [+]

 

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