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Dawn Staley thinks No. 1 South Carolina is national champs

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley believes her top-ranked Gamecocks are the women’s basketball national champs in this pandemics-shortened season, The NCAA Tournament was canceled because of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dawn Staley quickly gets back to work at South Carolina

Dawn Staley didn’t get to spend much time savoring her U.S. team’s run to the FIBA AmeriCup championship. Less than two days later, the national coach was back barking orders and looking for more out of South Carolina at the Gamecocks opening practice Tuesday.

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley sues Missouri AD Jim Sterk for slander; SEC fines him

South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley has sued Missouri’s athletic director for slander after he suggested she wanted fans to spit and use racial slurs against his players. The lawsuit was filed the same day Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey fined Jim Sterk $25,000 for publicly criticizing Staley and said the two schools can’t solve their problems together.

Gamecocks’ Staley dedicates Final Four trip to John Chaney

TAMPA, Fla. – Dawn Staley appeared in the women’s national semifinals three times as a player. Now, she’s back for the first time as a coach, guiding Final Four newcomer South Carolina. And, the former Virginia star, whose Southeastern Conference champions square off against Notre Dame today is paying tribute to an old and dear mentor during the Gamecocks debut on college basketball’s biggest stage.

Pitino leads class into Naismith Hall

ATLANTA – Rick Pitino got the phone call of a lifetime and an incredible text at the same time. Last Wednesday, John Doleva, president of the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame, called seven people to tell them they’re in the class of 2013.