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  • Game 4 matchup in Spokane

    Game 2 No. 8 St. Joseph’s vs No. 9 Cincinnati


  • Terps to Tampa

    Maryland’s Lexie Brown hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with 7:45 remaining and the Terrapins outscored Tennessee 14-4 the rest of the game Monday to win 58-48 in Spokane …


  • Maryland wins Spokane Regional

    Maryland’s Lexie Brown hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with 7:45 remaining and the Terrapins outscored Tennessee 14-4 the rest of the game Monday to win 58-48 in Spokane …


  • Terps, Lady Vols face off in regional final

    The battle tonight in Spokane to reach the Final Four pits two teams that have been on a collision course ever since Maryland upset Tennessee last year in the Sweet …


  • Seems as if Lady Vols, Terps were made for each other

    The battle tonight in Spokane to reach the Final Four pits two teams that have been on a collision course ever since Maryland upset Tennessee last year in the Sweet …


  • No. 1 seed Maryland ousts Duke in Spokane regional semifinals

    Brenda Frese has no problem with her Maryland women’s basketball team missing shots. What Frese can’t abide is passing up an open shot.


  • Faulty finish

    Six minutes and thirty-four seconds. That’s how long it took Saturday for Gonzaga’s 17-point lead to turn from another glorious upset into one of the biggest NCAA tournament comebacks in …


  • Lady Vols simply seized moment

    By all accounts, Gonzaga didn’t let momentum slip away Saturday night; Tennessee seized it by the throat. Down 17 points with 6 1/2 minutes to play in their NCAA regional …


  • Maryland women reach Spokane Regional final

    Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 18 of her 24 points in the second half, Laurin Mincy scored all 15 of her points in the first half, and top-seeded Maryland advanced to the …


  • Former conference foes Duke, Maryland face off

    They’ve traveled from the East Coast to renew their rivalry. Once conference foes in the ACC, fourth-seeded Duke and top-seeded Maryland no longer see each other during the regular season …


  • Tough task for Gonzaga, and its fans, against Lady Vols

    For Spokane, March doesn’t get much madder than this. The No. 11 seeded Gonzaga women’s basketball team fought its way into the Sweet 16 and earned a chance to play …


  • Vols would like to summit in Tampa

    Through the peaks and valleys of their senior season, Cierra Burdick and Ariel Massengale have been driven by one question: What better place to end their Tennessee careers than the …


  • Maryland vs. Duke preview capsule

    1: Overall record: 32-2 Overall record: 23-10


  • Gonzaga vs. Tennessee preview capsule

    2: Overall record: 29-5 Overall record: 26-7


  • Tough task for Gonzaga, and its fans, against Lady Vols

    For Spokane, March doesn’t get much madder than this.


  • Women’s basketball coaches apply varying styles to their successes

    As Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier takes her first steps into the limelight this weekend, she’ll join three others who’ve lived there for decades. Brenda Frese of Maryland, Joanne …


  • Talent on display in Spokane regional

    No player in the Spokane regional has a better résumé than Duke’s Elizabeth Williams, a three-time All-America selection who could be a top pick in next month’s WNBA draft. Or …


  • Talent on display in Spokane regional

    No player in the Spokane regional has a better résumé than Duke’s Elizabeth Williams, a three-time All-America selection who could be a top pick in next month’s WNBA draft. Or …


  • Lady Vols, Maryland fill Spokane Regional

    Tennessee and Maryland won second-round games in the NCAA women’s tournament on Monday night, reaching the Sweet 16 at the Spokane Arena.


  • Stevens leads Duke to win

    DURHAM, N.C. – Elizabeth Williams’ Duke teammates weren’t going to let her final game at Cameron Indoor Stadium turn into her last college game. Azura Stevens had 22 points and …


  • Georgia or Cal will lend fresh face to Final Four

    The University of Georgia women’s basketball team is trying to return to the Final Four for the first time in 14 years. The Golden Bears of California have never been …


  • Gottlieb has fun-loving Cal in first Elite Eight

    Lindsay Gottlieb can run from the limelight, but she can’t hide. Not with her California basketball team enjoying the best season in school history, and having so much fun doing …


  • Notebook: Greenfield’s injury hurts Stanford

    A possible turning point in Georgia’s win was a finger injury that sidelined Stanford forward Taylor Greenfield early in the game. With the Cardinal leading 11-2 just 7 minutes into …


  • Georgia edges Iowa State, advances to Sweet 16

    Freshman Shacobia Barbee didn’t let nerves get to her at the free-throw line. Senior Jasmine James had the nerve to shoot 3-pointers.


  • Georgia holds off Iowa State

    Freshman Shacobia Barbee didn’t let nerves get to her at the free-throw line. Senior Jasmine James had the nerve to shoot 3-pointers. Both factored in to helping Georgia weather a …


  • Georgia vs. Iowa State

    Region: Spokane Coach: Andy Landers


  • GU women, Stanford get rematch in Elite Eight

    The faces haven’t changed but the teams have. Though Stanford and Gonzaga played four months ago, the teams that square off tonight for a berth in the Final Four of …


  • Blanchette: Perfect storm draws big Arena crowds

    I was ready to concede that the very concept of attending women’s basketball games was hatched right here in our city until I peeked into the Spokane Arena during the …


  • Graves compares Vandersloot to Stiles

    It’s a credit to Gonzaga coach Kelly Graves that he can tell a tale so well his team understands what he’s talking about even if they don’t know what he’s …


  • Blanchette: Bekkering steps up when Zags need new star

    Say, that wasn’t entirely the Gonzaga group hug everyone began anticipating. For a few minutes there, throats couldn’t have been tighter if a drill sergeant with a toothbrush and latrines …

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