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  • Hall of Famer Lynette Woodard to join Winthrop staff

    Hall of Famer Lynette Woodard wanted a new start in college coaching. Winthrop, with her old friend Kevin Cook, seemed like a perfect place.

  • Tyler Summitt resigns from Louisiana Tech

    Tyler Summitt resigned from his job as Louisiana Tech women’s basketball coach on Thursday and acknowledged having an inappropriate relationship.

  • UConn skips campus parade due to weather, will rally indoors

    UConn will skip its parade around campus in Storrs, Connecticut, because of unseasonably cold weather and rally indoors to celebrate its national champion women’s basketball team.

  • UConn women win fourth straight national title

    Breanna Stewart and UConn stand alone. Geno Auriemma, too, after another flawless season by the dominating Huskies.

  • Beavers celebrate first Final Four, but UConn looms

    They’ve still got at least one more game left this season, but the Oregon State Beavers are already celebrating.

  • No. 12 Miami bounces back vs. No. 3 Cavs

    Davon Reed scored 21 points and the 12th-ranked Miami Hurricanes rebounded from a 25-point thrashing at North Carolina with a 64-61 victory over No. 3 Virginia on Monday night in …

  • Women’s basketball: Sasquatch dump Raiders

    Gese Gruber had 14 points and eight rebounds and the Community Colleges of Spokane women’s basketball team dumped Pierce 77-24 at the Titan Classic in Tacoma. The Raiders (1-2) made …

  • Women’s hoops: Cougars top UC Santa Barbara in season opener

    Hristova scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Washington State past UC Santa Barbara 61-44 in a nonconference season-opener in Pullman. The Cougars’ Kmetovska added eight points and …

  • Unbeaten Pirates hold off Coyotes

    K.C. McConnell had 22 points and 13 rebounds and No. 19 Whitworth improved to 4-0 with a 57-54 win over College of Idaho on Saturday at the Lady Yote Classic …

  • Colville Tribal members Chantel Heath, Chenise Peone cross paths in college basketball

    Central Washington’s Chantel Heath and Hawaii-Pacific’s Chenise Peone are proud members of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. Their connection did not result in the scheduling of the NCAA …

  • Women’s basketball Final Four loaded with stars

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The women’s basketball Final Four features Hall of Fame coaches, star players, fabulous freshmen and of course for the first time ever – two undefeated teams. Welcome …

  • Newsmakers

    Chosen Stanford’s Chiney Ogwumike and Baylor’s Odyssey Sims are among the finalists for the John R. Wooden Award, given to college basketball’s top female player. The other members of the …

  • Slow start dooms Cougars in WNIT

    MISSOULA – Washington State had plans to run and score at Dahlberg Arena Wednesday, but the Montana Lady Griz had the quick start and strong finish, in a 90-78 win …

  • Pirates come up short of Sweet 16

    WALLA WALLA – Kayla Johnson scored a game-high 21 points, but Whitworth was unable to overcome a 17-point, second-half deficit during second-round action in the NCAA Division III women’s basketball …

  • GU women beat Portland, clinch tie for WCC title

    In a game described as “ugly” and “a grinder” by players, the No. 24 Gonzaga women’s basketball team fought for enough rebounds Saturday to overcome poor shooting to beat the …

  • VanDerveer nears milestone

    STANFORD, Calif. – Tara VanDerveer has never coached for the milestones or anything else that brings attention to her rather than the players she loves to lead. That’s why the …

  • Rockets beat Jazz by 45 in Salt Lake City

    NBA: James Harden scored 25 points and the Houston Rockets rolled by the Jazz 125-80 on Monday night, handing Utah its worst home loss in franchise history. The Jazz had …

  • UW women advance to quarterfinals of WNIT

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – The University of Washington women’s basketball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the WNIT with a 55-49 victory over Oregon State on Tuesday night. Regina Rogers scored …

  • Women’s basketball: WCC, Pac-12, Big Sky start league play this week

    The expanded WCC joins the Pac-12 and Big Sky in tipping off conference season before the new year, with all three area representatives playing Thursday night.

  • Tarnowski in new role with WSU

    Rosie Tarnowski cried when she had to visit Pullman the first time. It’s safe to say Pullman will probably make her cry again.

  • Chewelah’s Nelson embraces latest opportunity

    Not much has gone right for Nikki Nelson since she took her basketball skills to New Mexico after graduating from Chewelah.

  • Gonzaga women zoom to first Elite Eight

    They are Elite. The magical season for the Gonzaga women’s basketball team continued Saturday night – to the delight of 10,717 fans at the Spokane Arena – as the Bulldogs …

  • Zags set sights on Louisville

    If you think the Gonzaga players are glad they don’t have to play Xavier in their next NCAA basketball tournament game, you’re right. But if you think that means the …

  • High-scoring GU faces stingy UCLA tonight

    The irresistible force meets the immovable object. In the second round of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament at the McCarthey Atheltic Center that means the Gonzaga offense and the UCLA …

  • Bruins’ press a mystery

    UCLA is going to slap on a full-court press on Gonzaga tonight in the second round of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. What the Bulldogs don’t know is exactly what …

  • UCLA and Gonzaga at a glance

    3 UCLA Region: Spokane



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