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Stanford guard Anna Wilson is returning for a sixth season
Stanford guard Anna Wilson will return for a sixth season to help the team defend its national championship, while Alyssa Jerome will stay for a fifth year.
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USC hires Cavs’ Lindsay Gottlieb as women’s hoops coach
Lindsay Gottlieb is returning to the Pac-12 as the head women's basketball coach at Southern California.
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Hartford drops from Division I to III
University of Hartford sports are dropping from Division I to Division III.
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Nicki Collen ‘going to be me’ taking over Baylor women’s program
Atlanta Dream coach Nicki Collen steps up to take control of three-time national champion Baylor after Kim Mulkey's departure.
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Arizona’s Adia Barnes to receive $5.85 million in new deal
Arizona locks in women's basketball coach Adia Barnes on a five-year contract extension just weeks after the team's NCAA Tourney title game appearance.
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Franz Wagner leaves Michigan, enters draft
Franz Wagner is entering the NBA draft.
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Baylor names WNBA’s Collen to replace Mulkey for Lady Bears
Nicki Collen is the new Baylor women's coach, taking over a program that won three national titles and the last 11 Big 12 regular season titles.
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Marquette loses Carton to pros, adds Oklahoma transfer Kuath
Marquette has added former Oklahoma forward Kur Kuath to its roster.
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NCAA extends contract of President Mark Emmert through 2025
The NCAA Board of Governors voted Tuesday to extend the contract of President Mark Emmert by two years through 2025.
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WVU’s Derek Culver signs with agent, will enter NBA draft
All-Big 12 forward Derek Culver has decided to skip his senior season at West Virginia to enter the NBA draft.
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Siena’s Jalen Pickett says he’s transferring to Penn State
Siena's Jalen Pickett, a former Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference player of the year, is transferring to Penn State.
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Maryland hires ex-Wake coach Danny Manning as assistant
Maryland hired former Wake Forest coach Danny Manning as an assistant on Mark Turgeon's staff on Monday, reuniting a couple of old college teammates.
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Kim Mulkey celebrates emotional homecoming at LSU introduction
Hall of Fame coach Kim Mulkey's introduction at LSU had an overriding theme that echoed constantly under the domed roof of the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
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Iowa’s Jordan Bohannon announces he’ll return for sixth season
Iowa guard Jordan Bohannon announced Monday he will return to the Hawkeyes for his sixth season in 2021-22.
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Walker Kessler transferring from North Carolina to Auburn
Former North Carolina big man Walker Kessler is transferring to Auburn.
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Kim Mulkey leaves Baylor, takes over as LSU coach
Mulkey, who won three national championships at Baylor, is a native of Tickfaw, Louisiana. She helped Baylor win the 2019 NCAA championship.
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Nikki Fargas steps down as LSU women’s coach
LSU women's basketball coach Nikki Fargas has stepped down to pursue another opportunity.
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Central Michigan hires Tony Barbee as head coach
Central Michigan has hired Kentucky assistant Tony Barbee as its new head coach.
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Former Kentucky guard Terrence Clarke dies in LA car crash
Kentucky freshman guard Terrence Clarke died following a car accident in Los Angeles. He was 19.
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Mark Trakh retires after 2nd run as USC women’s hoops coach
Southern California womens basketball coach Mark Trakh announced his retirement after four years in his second stint with the school with an overall record of 155-114.
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Florida’s Keyontae Johnson awaits medical clearance, hopes to play
Florida's Keyontae Johnson is "patiently waiting" on medical clearance while hoping to play next season.
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UCLA star Johnny Juzang enters NBA draft
Johnny Juzang, who starred for UCLA in the Bruins' run to the Final Four, is entering his name in the NBA draft but not hiring an agent.
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Bob Valvano, brother of Jim Valvano, says he has leukemia
ESPN college basketball analyst Bob Valvano, brother of late North Carolina State men's basketball coach and broadcaster Jim Valvano, says he has leukemia.
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Top recruit Chet Holmgren headed to Gonzaga
The nation's No. 1 overall recruit announced Monday on ESPN that he will play what will likely be his only college season with the Bulldogs.
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USC’s Evan Mobley declares for NBA draft in unique way
Evan Mobley is leaving Southern California after one season to enter the NBA draft. The 7-footer revealed his long-expected decision in a unique way.
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Jimmy Boeheim to play for his dad at Syracuse
Jim Boeheim's oldest son Jimmy announced Friday he's transferring to Syracuse to play as a graduate student for his father and alongside his brother Buddy.
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Tennessee forward John Fulkerson returning for 6th season
John Fulkerson announced Friday he is returning to Tennessee for his sixth season, using the extra year of eligibility from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Alabama’s Jaden Shackelford exploring NBA draft
Alabama's leading scorer guard Jaden Shackelford is testing the NBA draft waters, but won't hire an agent, leaving the door open for a return.
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Theo John says he’s transferring from Marquette to Duke
Forward Theo John says he's transferring from Marquette to Duke, yet another player to leave the Golden Eagles.
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Isaiah Livers not returning for extra year with Michigan
Michigan senior Isaiah Livers is not returning for an extra year of eligibility.
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Creighton 3-point sharpshooter Mitch Ballock 5th starter to leave
Mitch Ballock, one of the top 3-point shooters in Creighton history, will not return to the Bluejays in 2021-22.
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LSU leading scorer Cam Thomas declares for NBA draft
LSU freshman Cameron Thomas, whose 23 points per game led the Tigers in scoring, announced Thursday that he is declaring for the NBA draft and intends to sign with an agent.
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Duke elevates former player Nolan Smith to assistant coach
Duke has promoted Nolan Smith to assistant coach.
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Hubert Davis sticks with ex-Tar Heels for coaching staff
New North Carolina basketball coach Hubert Davis has completed his staff filled with former Tar Heels players.
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Cincinnati hires UNC Greensboro’s Wes Miller
UNC Greensboro's Wes Miller will replace John Brannen as Cincinnati's head coach.
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NCAA hits USC with 2 years of probation
The NCAA hit USC with two years' probation and a $5,000 fine as the result of a former assistant who violated NCAA ethical conduct rules.
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Arizona taps Gonzaga’s Lloyd to lead program
Arizona has hired longtime Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd as its head coach.
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Report: NCAA dumps requirement that transfers sit a year
Major college athletes will be permitted to transfer one time before graduating without being required to sit out a year of competition.
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Arkansas signs Eric Musselman to new, 5-year deal at $4M per year
Arkansas has signed Eric Musselman to a new, five-year agreement that could keep him with the Razorbacks through the 2028 season.
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C. Vivian Stringer signs 5-year extension with Rutgers
Hall of Fame women's basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer has agreed to a five-year contract extension that will keep her at Rutgers through the 2025-26 season.
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Louisville’s David Johnson to enter NBA draft, forego eligibility
Louisville native David Johnson averaged 12.6 points, 5.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 19 games as a sophomore.
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UNC’s 5-year deal with Hubert Davis averages $2 million annually
UNC's deal with Hubert Davis will pay an average of $2M annually in salary, compensation from apparel and multimedia deals, and an expense allowance.
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Vanderbilt hires Shea Ralph from UConn as new women’s coach
Vanderbilt has hired Shea Ralph away from UConn to help revive the Commodores' struggling women's basketball program, which hasn't reached the NCAA Tournament since 2014.
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Mike Woodson bolsters Indiana’s roster with Pitt transfer
New Indiana coach Mike Woodson spent most of last week trying to persuade his players to stick around.
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Eastern Michigan hires Stan Heath as new head coach
Eastern Michigan has hired Stan Heath as its new men's basketball coach.
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Aaron Henry to enter NBA draft, skip senior year at Michigan State
Aaron Henry has decided to skip his senior season at Michigan State to enter the NBA draft.
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Staley is her 'authentic self’ at South Carolina
University of South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley talks to Michael Holley and Michael Smith about her experience coaching at UofSC and why it is so important to have more black women coaches...
Kevin Ollie named coach of new league designed for prep standouts
Kevin Ollie will serve as coach and director of player development for Overtime Elite, a league providing elite high school players another pathway to the NBA.
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Texas Tech’s post-Beard exodus continues with guard McClung
Texas Tech junior guard Mac McClung intends to go through the NBA draft process while the team's leading scorer from last season also has his name in the NCAA transfer portal.
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Vanderbilt’s Scotty Pippen Jr. declares for draft with no agent
Vanderbilt guard Scotty Pippen Jr. has declared for the NBA draft without signing with an agent to keep his options open.
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