Women's College Basketball
SIOUX CITY, Iowa | At least the Purdue Calumet women's basketball team gets a more accommodating time slot for its second-round game in the NAIA Div. II women's basketball tournament.
IU Northwest freshman guard Nicki Monahan of Portage leads the RedHawks in 3-point field goals made and 3-point percentage heading into this weekend's A.I.I. Conference Tournament.
GARY | Megan Holland is a threat to score every time she gets the ball under the basket.
It takes just one glance around the college basketball scene today to see that it has transformed into a guard's game.
Indiana University Northwest freshman guard Nicki Monahan of Portage is the RedHawks' second-leading scorer at 14.1 points per game.
VALPARAISO | Tracey Dorow put the finishing touches on the 2013-14 Valparaiso women’s basketball team on Thursday afternoon and the second-year coach stayed in the family to do so.
VALPARAISO | After spending little time looking at schools during her initial recruiting process, Haylee Thompson wanted to make sure she found the right fit her second time around.
Whenever snow settled on the tiny town of Sweetser, Courtney Moses took to her driveway with a shovel in one mittened hand and a basketball in the other.
HAMMOND | Even though Merrillville grad Tierra Turner admitted she isn't feeling 100 percent healthy on the court this season, the Purdue Calumet junior still has earned her fair share of accolades this season.
HAMMOND | The previous two times Olivet Nazarene and Purdue Calumet met on the basketball court, both teams combined for more than 200 points as the teams split their regular-season series.
HAMMOND | A legitimate 3-point threat, Purdue Calumet senior guard Alex Starr doesn't hesitate at an opportunity to connect from long range.
It looks like coach Coquese Washington is building her Penn State program to last.
ROSEMONT | Keith Freeman no longer is the Valparaiso women’s basketball coach, but that doesn’t mean his name didn’t come up at Monday's Horizon League Media Day.
Alex Webster had dinner with Austin Parkinson at O'Charley's in Indianapolis. It was May. The two basketball buddies had much to discuss.
The glare of the TV lights or being on national television didn't bother Frank Kissel too much.
As the recruiting coordinator for Butler's women's basketball program, Alex Webster knows that it's not easy trying to attract top players to the Indianapolis school.
HOUSTON | Dennis Rodman, Chris Mullin and a trio of coaching legends are part of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2011.
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