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  • Gonzaga’s women can count on Palmer

    Gonzaga’s Most Valuable Player appreciated the timely support from Gonzaga’s Most Valuable Player.


  • NIC ousted in first round of NJCAA

    SALINA, Kan. – The ending wasn’t nearly as satisfying as the beginning for the North Idaho College women’s basketball team. Williston State provided bookends for the Cardinals’ 2012-13 season, the …


  • Eagles to face Huskies in a WNIT opener

    For the second time in four years under coach Wendy Schuller, the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team will play in a national postseason tournament. The Eagles received an at-large bid …


  • Vandals women draw UConn for NCAA opener

    The 16th-seeded Idaho Vandals will travel to Storrs, Conn., for a 10:30 a.m. game Saturday against powerhouse Connecticut (29-4) in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. But then, Idaho (17-15) knew …


  • GU women will open NCAA tourney against Iowa State

    Taelor Karr transformed into instant analyst Monday afternoon as Gonzaga discovered its first-round opponent for the NCAA women’s basketball tournament.


  • Blocks record is Donovan’s

    WACO, Texas – Long before Brittney Griner was swatting away shots for top-ranked Baylor, there was another 6-foot-8 women’s college player getting blocks at a record pace. Anne Donovan was …


  • Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird philosophical about surgery to come

    Sue Bird is no stranger to surgeries. She’ll have her fourth one in six years in early May to remove a cyst from her left knee. It will sideline the …


  • Montana women earn NCAA tournament berth

    MISSOULA – Montana coach Robin Selvig doesn’t experience a lot of things for the first time. Saturday, having confetti rain down was one of those rare instances for the 35-year …


  • Vandals hit all net: Berth in NCAAs

    LAS VEGAS – They sang and danced their way into history and out of town, snagging the championship and taking pieces of the net as souvenirs. Idaho coach Jon Newlee …


  • EWU women lose in overtime at Big Sky tournament

    MISSOULA – Wendy Schuller’s team battled to the end, but D’Shara Strange and the Northern Colorado Bears were too much to overcome. Strange scored 27 points and nabbed five steals, …


  • EWU women lose Big Sky semifinal in OT

    MISSOULA – Wendy Schuller’s team battled to the bitter end, but D’Shara Strange and the Northern Colorado Bears were too much to overcome.


  • Idaho women advance to WAC tourney title game

    LAS VEGAS – Devyn Christensen collapsed onto the Orleans Arena floor, crushed beneath the realization that even her WAC tournament-record nine 3-pointers and career-high 37 points weren’t enough to prolong …


  • Karr’s buzzer-beater lifts UI past San Jose St.

    LAS VEGAS – Krissy Karr wasn’t supposed to be the one taking the shot. But given how much the Idaho women’s basketball team struggled in its WAC tournament opener against …


  • Huerta’s all-around game leads Eastern women

    MISSOULA – The smallest Eagle on the court was anything but little on Wednesday evening at Dahlberg Arena.


  • Karr’s buzzer-beater sparks Idaho women at WAC tourney

    LAS VEGAS – Krissy Karr wasn’t supposed to be the one taking the shot.


  • Eastern, Idaho women enter as solid No. 3 seeds

    Eastern Washington made its lone appearance in the NCAA tournament 26 years ago. Idaho’s only tourney berth came two years before that.


  • Baker Big Sky MVP

    University of Montana forward Katie Baker has been named the Big Sky Conference’s Most Valuable Player in women’s basketball. Baker, a former Lake City High standout, led the Lady Griz …


  • UI’s Charlston first-team All-WAC

    Idaho women’s basketball player Alyssa Charlston earned a first-team All-Western Athletic Conference spot for the second consecutive season, while Vandals Stacey Barr and Christina Salvatore also received postseason WAC honors, …


  • Zags may be without MVP Karr

    LAS VEGAS – Taelor Karr took a seat on the bench and watched her Gonzaga teammates go through practice drills. She twisted her upper body to the right, then to …


  • GU’s Karr questionable for WCC title game

    Taelor Karr took a seat on the bench and watched her Gonzaga teammates go through practice drills. She twisted her upper body to the right, then to the left, trying …


  • Area women: EWU whips Weber

    Carrie Ojeda’s career night lifted the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team to a 70-53 win over Weber State in a Big Sky Conference regular-season finale Saturday afternoon at Reese Court …


  • Blanchette: GU women at familiar place, but took different path

    LAS VEGAS – Here’s what we knew about the Gonzaga Bulldogs when the women’s basketball season began: more than half the team’s scoring and rebounding from last year gone, no …


  • Cheslek, Kudron step up in GU women’s win

    LAS VEGAS – The postseason looked a lot like Gonzaga’s regular season. The top-seeded Bulldogs utilized multiple scoring options – it was Shelby Cheslek’s and Kiara Kudron’s turn Saturday – …


  • Walker, UCLA send California packing

    Markel Walker matched her season high with 23 points, Jasmine Dixon added 15 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 14 UCLA advanced to its fourth Pac-12 tournament title game with …


  • Nelson leads EWU to win

    On a night neither team shot well from the field, the hot hand of Lexi Nelson proved to be the difference in Eastern Washington’s 67-61 overtime victory over Idaho State …


  • Gonzaga women just keep winning

    LAS VEGAS – Consider it an indication of just how much the Gonzaga women’s basketball team has improved the last two months that coach Kelly Graves started with a couple …


  • Karr ignites WCC champion Gonzaga

    Among Gonzaga’s three starting guards, Haiden Palmer is tops in scoring and steals and Jazmine Redmon leads the way in assists.


  • Book sums up her life

    Pat Summitt has trouble remembering records, scores and statistics from her 38-year career, but the former Tennessee women’s basketball coach says she still recalls all her former players. Summitt, 60, …


  • ‘What a battle’

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Skylar Diggins found another way to beat Connecticut – maybe the toughest way yet. The second-ranked Fighting Irish trailed by six in the first overtime Monday …


  • Big East on line when Irish, Huskies meet

    Beating Connecticut is no longer a rarity for Notre Dame. The Irish are getting to be old hands at this. The second-ranked Fighting Irish have beaten the third-ranked Huskies in …

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