NCAA Women’s BkB: It’s Tourney Time Baby…make your picks!!!

NCAA Women’s BkB:  It’s Tourney Time Baby…make your picks!!!

It’s Tourney Time Baby…so let’s have some fun!!!
Join our NCAA WBB Tourney Fantasy Group. The Road to New Orleans begins on Saturday..so make your picks!!!
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Do you have the answers to these questions?
Q.1 Can the Baylor Lady Bears repeat?
Q2. Will Notre Dame finally break-through and win that elusive [...]

Faces of the NCAA…Anucha Browne, VP – Women’s Basketball Championships

Faces of the NCAA…Anucha Browne, VP – Women’s Basketball Championships

Anucha Browne always envisioned herself working in the sports business.
After graduating from Northwestern with a degree in communications and following a stellar basketball career that culminated with her being named to the prestigious Kodak All-America team in 1985, it was difficult for Browne to pinpoint exactly where the best fit would be. Her professional [...]

WCBB Division II: Shaw University Women Win First Ever National Championship

WCBB Division II: Shaw University Women Win First Ever National Championship

It was an exciting overtime battle between the No.1 seeded Ashland Eagles and the No. 2 seeded Shaw Lady Bears, both teams making their first-ever appearance in a NCAA Championship game, 88-82 was the final.
Aslea Williams added 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Kyria Buford had 10 points for the Lady Bears (29-6), who [...]

SPOTLIGHT ATHLETE: University of Delaware’s F/G Elena Delle Donne

SPOTLIGHT ATHLETE:  University of Delaware’s F/G Elena Delle Donne

2012-03-16–
This has been an outstanding season for University of Delaware’s F/G Elena Delle Donne.  Della Donna leads the nation in scoring with 27.5 points per game and was recently named the CAA Player of the Year and when UD captured it’s first ever Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, earning
them an automatic bid to the NCAA [...]

President Obama’s picks for the Women’s NCAA Championship

President Obama’s picks for the Women’s NCAA Championship

President Obama’s pick for the Women’s Final Four will come down to Baylor, St John’s, UConn, and Notre Dame. There were a few surprise picks for President Obama. The President selected the University of Delaware to upset Pat Summitt’s Lady Vols in the Sweet 16 and St. John’s defeating Stanford in the Elite [...]

NCAA WOMEN’S DIVISION I TOURNAMENT VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS | TEXAS A&M DEFEATS NOTRE DAME FOR FIRST EVER WOMEN’S NCAA BASKETBALLTITLE

NCAA WOMEN’S DIVISION I TOURNAMENT VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS | TEXAS A&M DEFEATS NOTRE DAME FOR FIRST EVER WOMEN’S NCAA BASKETBALLTITLE

2011 NCAA Women’s Tournament Highlights

~THE AGGIES ARE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!!!!~

~Final Seconds – National Championship~

Texas A&M Trophy Presentation

Texas A&M Championship Post-game Reactions

Texas A&M beats Notre Dame 76-70 for NCAA title
“The championship is the first in a major sport for Texas A&M since the football team won it all back in 1939. And it comes at [...]

NCAA D-II WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT BRACKET: LAKERS WINS D-II CHAMPIONSHIP

NCAA D-II WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT BRACKET: LAKERS WINS D-II CHAMPIONSHIP

We’re Number One! Clayton State Wins National Championship, 69-50 Over Michigan Tech
The Clayton State University women’s basketball team is bringing home the national championship.
In the finals of the NCAA Division II tournament in St. Joseph’s, Mo., the (currently) second-ranked Lakers (35-1) completed an unprecedented and historic season, defeating third-ranked Michigan Tech 69-50, to claim Clayton [...]

NCAA D-III WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP

NCAA D-III WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP

Amherst wins first national title
Stedman led all scorers with 19 points as Lord Jeffs take crown

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Amherst knocked off the defending national champions and won its first national championship in school history Saturday night, as the Lord Jeffs defeated Washington at St. Louis 64-55 in the 2011 NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championship [...]

GUEST BLOGGER: CHRISTINE BAKER | THE WOMEN’S NCAA TOURNAMENT

GUEST BLOGGER:  CHRISTINE BAKER | THE WOMEN’S NCAA TOURNAMENT

Women’s Road to the Final Four- Home Court Advantage
It’s no secret that the Selection Committee for the Women’s NCAA tournament makes a concerted effort to place teams within their home region in hopes of increasing attendance. For example, UCONN is always in the East while Stanford is always in the West, and so on.
It’s also [...]

JUST PERFECT!

JUST PERFECT!

Back-To-Back Perfection!
Huskies go undefeated for second consecutive season with 53-47 win over Stanford.

(1) Connecticut vs. (1) Stanford
1st
2nd
Final

(1) Stanford Cardinal (36-2)
20
27
47

(1) Connecticut Huskies (39-0)
12
41
53

Statistical Leaders

Points:  Maya Moore (UConn) 23  |  Kayla Pedersen (Stanford) 15

Rebounds: Maya Moore, Tina Charles (UConn) 11  |  Kayla Pedersen (Stanford) 17

Assists: Caroline [...]

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