Women’s National Championship Preview

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And then there were two. South Carolina and UConn. The Gamecocks and the Huskies. The two will meet in a rematch tonight at the Target Center in Minneapolis to see who claims the crown in the women’s national championship game. Women’s National Championship Preview 2 Seed Connecticut Huskies The fact that UConn getting here is […] READ MORE


2022 Women’s Final Four Preview

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It has been a wild couple of weeks. Two seeds Iowa and Baylor got upset early and 10 seed Creighton made it all the way to the Elite Eight. But now we are left with perhaps the best four teams. Three ones and a two. South Carolina, Stanford, Louisville, and UConn. Let’s take a look […] READ MORE


Baylor Thrashed Iowa State to Win the Big 12 Title

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I wrote an article after Baylor’s loss to Kansas State earlier this season where I described them as a one-woman show. I am mistaken; this team has since won fourteen of sixteen games. Last night Baylor thrashed Iowa State 87-62 in a dominating performance. This piece will talk about the impact for both teams and […] READ MORE


Kentucky Rises as Duke Falls

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The women’s basketball season is nearing the end. Some teams are taking advantage of peaking at the right time well others are falling fast. Kentucky Rises as Duke Falls is a piece about two teams heading in opposite directions. Kentucky Rises as Duke Falls Kentucky Rises Two weeks ago, after a loss to South Carolina, […] READ MORE


Women’s Basketball Bracket Prediction

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This season’s parity abounds all over the country. No team is safe from an upset, and teams rise and fall without warning. However, there are very few constants making March even more memorable. This piece will present a women’s basketball bracket prediction based on current results and how things are trending for specific teams. I […] READ MORE


Three Current Underperforming Women’s Basketball Teams

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This season emphasizes parity and competition. However, a few teams are underperforming in Women’s basketball. This piece will focus on three teams that should be playing better but are not. Additionally, I will explain how these underperforming women’s basketball teams can turn their seasons around. Three Current Underperforming Women’s Basketball Teams Texas A & M […] READ MORE


South Carolina Gamecocks Depth and Defense Leads to Success

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Dawn Staley’s team remains at the top of the Women’s College Basketball polls this week. It is a spot they have for 11 consecutive weeks. After losing in overtime at Missouri to open SEC play, they have won their last five conference games by an average of 13 points. The Gamecocks’ depth and defense has […] READ MORE


Baylor Women’s Basketball Slumping Under New Leadership

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This year Baylor hired Nikki Collen from the Atlanta Dream to lead their team after Kim Mulkey left for LSU. Unfortunately, Baylor Women’s basketball is slumping. Last night, Baylor lost a challenging game 83-77 to Oklahoma. Despite leading most of the game, the Bears could not win. This is Baylor’s second loss in a row. […] READ MORE


The Arguments for Number One in Women’s Basketball

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Thanks to Missouri’s huge upset the other night, and there should be a new number one next week in the polls. Four teams are in a position to claim that spot. South Carolina, Louisville, Stanford, and Arizona all have solid arguments. This piece will differentiate between teams and present the arguments for number one. In […] READ MORE


Three Upsets Headline a Shocking Night in Women’s Hoops

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Last night was a huge surprise; despite many cancelations, there were a lot of big games on tap, and they did not disappoint. Missouri upset number one South Carolina, Virginia Tech upset 15th ranked Duke, and Michigan State upset undefeated Nebraska. These three upsets headlined a shocking night in Women’s Hoops. This piece will focus […] READ MORE