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Mulkey refuses to acknowledge Griner’s detainment
Michael Holley and Jim Trotter react to Kim Mulkey disregarding a question about Brittney Griner and explain why the coach’s response doesn’t sit well with them.
Kentucky’s Tionna Herron recovering from open-heart surgery
Kentucky coach Kyra Elzy says freshman Tionna Herron is recovering from open-heart surgery to correct a structural abnormality.
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Ivey shares lessons from first year as ND coach
Notre Dame women's basketball head coach Niele Ivey reflects on what she's learned from her first year on the job and her hopes for the Irish this season.
UConn to pay Kevin Ollie another $3.9 million over firing
UConn announced it has agreed to pay former coach Kevin Ollie another $3.9 million to settle discrimination claims surrounding his 2018 firing.
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Dream’s McDonald returning to Arizona to coach under Barnes
Atlanta Dream guard Aari McDonald is returning to Arizona to work under coach Adia Barnes.
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South Carolina, Staley cancel BYU games over racial incident
The Gamecocks were set to play the Cougars once in each of the next two seasons.
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Star guard Paige Bueckers plans to play for UConn in 2023-24
Bueckers is expected to miss all of the upcoming season after tearing her ACL in a pickup game in August.
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Northern Arizona’s Burcar building toward a bigger future
Northern Arizona coach Shane Burcar hopes a new facility will attract more talent.
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Steph Curry joins Davidson HOF, has jersey retired, graduates
Stephen Curry knocked down another huge 3 - one that was 13 years in the making.
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Curry inducted into Davidson HOF, jersey retired
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Davidson College and had his No. 30 jersey retired after a graduation ceremony by himself, and the honor isn't lost on Curry.
Baylor, Gonzaga players to get paid for promoting rematch
Baylor and Gonzaga will meet in a men's basketball game in South Dakota on Dec. 2 and organizers will pay players on both teams who agree to help promote the game.
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Kansas State All-American Ayoka Lee to have season-ending surgery
All-American forward Ayoka Lee will undergo knee surgery and miss Kansas State's upcoming season, though Wildcats coach Jeff Mittie said Thursday she intends to take a medical redshirt and return for one...
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Emoni Bates officially transfers to Eastern Michigan
Emoni Bates has officially transferred to Eastern Michigan.
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Loyola’s Sister Jean turns 103, has train stop named for her
Loyola University's Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt got some Chicago hardware with her name on it for her 103rd birthday.
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Keyontae Johnson resuming career at Kansas State
Former Florida forward Keyontae Johnson, who collapsed during a game in December 2020 and hasn't played since, is headed to Kansas State to resume his career.
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Charlene Curtis, coaching trailblazer in ACC, dies at 67
Charlene Curtis, the first Black women's head basketball coach in the ACC, died Thursday after a battle with cancer.
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John Calipari: Comparing Kentucky to others was ‘my bad’
John Calipari says he made a mistake comparing Kentucky's athletic department to others and will keep supporting the Wildcats' football team.
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NIT headed to Las Vegas in 2023, Indianapolis in 2024
The NCAA announced Friday that the NIT semifinals and final will be played at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas in 2023 and Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis in 2024.
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Michigan State gives Tom Izzo new deal worth $6.2M per year
Michigan State has signed coach Tom Izzo to a new deal valued at $6.2 million per season, giving him about $2 million more each year.
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ETSU hires Brenda Mock Brown as new women’s hoops coach
East Tennessee State hired Brenda Mock Brown as the Buccaneers' new women's basketball coach, one week after Simon Harris was fired over Title IX issues.
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Senators Tuberville, Manchin working on bill to tackle NIL
Sens. Tommy Tuberville and Joe Manchin have reached out to college sports leaders for feedback and ideas on how to regulate the way athletes are compensated for their names, images, and likenesses.
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UCLA basketball lands 6-7 Abramo Canka of Italy
UCLA has added 6-foot-7 Abramo Canka of Italy to its basketball roster for the upcoming season.
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Proposed NCAA transfer rule changes kicked back to committee
A recommendation to change transfer rules for Division I college athletes that included unlimited opportunities to switch schools with immediate eligibility was bounced back to a committee for more research...
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UConn’s Paige Bueckers suffers torn ACL, will miss upcoming season
UConn women's basketball star Paige Bueckers tore the ACL in her left knee and will miss the entire 2022-23 season.
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Minnesota’s Ihnen has 2nd straight season-ending knee injury
Minnesota junior forward Isaiah Ihnen will miss the upcoming season after reinjuring the surgically repaired left knee that sidelined him last year.
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Arkansas to open against Louisville in Maui Invitational
Arkansas will face Louisville in the opening round of a loaded 2022 Maui Invitational bracket.
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Minnesota adds freshman forward Betts after reclassification
Freshman forward Kadyn Betts will join the Minnesota Gophers for the upcoming basketball season after he moved up his high school graduation.
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South Carolina, new coach Paris sign 5-star F Jackson
First-year South Carolina Gamecocks coach Lamont Paris has signed five-star recruit and one-time North Carolina commitment, Gregory "GG" Jackson.
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Newsom wants explanation from UCLA about move to Big Ten
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is demanding an explanation from UCLA officials about their decision to join the Big Ten Conference.
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Report: NCAA makes progress on gender inequality at tourneys
The NCAA has addressed nine of 23 recommendations for creating comparable NCAA Tournament experiences for men's and women's basketball players.
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Duke, Arizona agree to basketball series for 2023 and 2024
Duke and Arizona have agreed to a home-and-home men's basketball series for 2023 and 2024.
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Tar Heels’ Pete Nance aims to fill void in UNC title chase
Pete Nance doesn't have to wonder what a successful season could look like for him at North Carolina, as he saw it illustrated perfectly in the spring.
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Clemson’s top scorer PJ Hall to have right knee surgery
Clemson's top scorer PJ Hall will need right knee surgery and there's no timetable yet for when he might return to the court, the school.
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Staley upset Gamecocks’ Aliyah Boston not invited to ESPYs
South Carolina's Dawn Staley called out ESPN and its ESPY awards show for not inviting national player of the year Aliyah Boston to its ceremonies.
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Charles McClelland to become NCAA men’s basketball committee chair
Southwestern Athletic Conference Commissioner Charles McClelland will become the first representative from a historically Black college, university or league to chair the Division I men's basketball...
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Gonzaga, Michigan State to play on carrier deck
Tom Izzo and Michigan State will get a return trip to San Diego Bay to face Gonzaga on the flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln on Veteran's Day.
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New commish: Big 12 open for business amid realignment talk
New Big 12 Commissioner Brett Yormark declared the league "open for business," saying that while nothing is imminent all options will be considered as he takes over with conference realignment again shaking...
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Ackerman, Hamilton, Morris, Byrd to receive Lapchick Award
Val Ackerman, Leonard Hamilton, Speedy Morris and Rick Byrd are this year's recipients of the Joe Lapchick Character Award.
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Former Beavers Gary Payton, Drew Eubanks reunited with Trail Blazers
A little more than six years ago, guard Gary Payton II and forward Drew Eubanks were teammates at Oregon State, leading the Beavers to an NCAA Tournament appearance after a 26-year drought.
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Pac-12 facing uncertain future after losses to Big Ten
After losing UCLA and USC to the Big Ten, the Pac-12's future is a question mark despite leading the nation in NCAA titles in 56 of the past 62 years.
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Pac-12 accelerates negotiations for media rights deals
The Pac-12 is pushing up negotiations for its next media rights agreements in the wake of the decision by UCLA and USC to leave for the Big Ten.
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Big 12 picks Roc Nation’s Brett Yormark as next commissioner
Brett Yormark was named Big 12 commissioner, another unconventional hire by a major conference amid the rapidly changing landscape of college athletics.
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Former NBA PG Rod Strickland hired as LIU coach
Former NBA point guard Rod Strickland is the new men's basketball coach at Long Island University.
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Emoni Bates says he’s transferring to hometown E. Michigan
Emoni Bates, one of the top recruits in the 2021 men's basketball recruiting class, says he is transferring from Memphis to Eastern Michigan.
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Roy Williams, Jim Calhoun among coaches headed to college hoops Hall
Roy Williams and Jim Calhoun will join a star-studded cast of coaches who will be inducted into the National College Basketball Hall of Fame in November.
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Former Illinois star Dee Brown to coach at NAIA’s Roosevelt
Former Illinois star and NBA player Dee Brown is the new coach at Roosevelt University in Chicago, the NAIA school announced Monday.
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Aliyah Boston wins Honda Cup as top female college athlete
South Carolina basketball star Aliyah Boston was named the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year on Monday night.
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UNC-Indiana, Ohio State-Duke headline ACC/Big 10 Challenge
National runner-up North Carolina, a strong contender for the No. 1 spot in the preseason polls with four starters returning, will play at Indiana in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Nov. 30.
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Minnesota forward Parker Fox to miss season with knee injury
Minnesota junior forward Parker Fox, a potential starter in the frontcourt, will miss his second straight season with a knee injury.
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Canisius recruit gets bail on gun charges; school drops him
Bail has been set for a Canisius College basketball recruit who was arrested for having two handguns, a shotgun and numerous high-capacity magazines outside the school's indoor athletic complex.
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