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The Ultimate How-To Guide for Girls Who Want to Get College Basketball Scholarships: Improve Your Odds of Playing Women’s College Basketball

Are you looking to compete for a women’s college basketball scholarship? If so, you will soon find out that the competition is very tough. There are thousands of high school basketball playing girls from across the country that you will have to compete with. The basketball recruiting process typically begins during

Duke Blue Devils Add Transfer Sofia Roma, Power Forward from Wagner

Duke University women’s basketball head coach Joanne P. McCallie announced Tuesday the addition of 6’2” power forward Sofia Roma, who is transferring from Wagner College. Roma, who is from Richmond Hill, N.Y., will sit out the 2016-17 campaign due to NCAA transfer rules and have two years of eligibility remaining

DePaul Graduate Brandi Harvey-Carr Transfers to University of Pittsburgh Basketball Team

The University of Pittsburgh women's basketball team has increased depth inside with the addition of DePaul graduate transfer Brandi Harvey-Carr. A 6-foot-4 center, Harvey-Carr spent the last four years playing for the Blue Demons and appeared in 102 career games, including all 36 as a redshirt freshman. This past season, Harvey-Carr helped

Utah State Scoring Star Funda Nakkasoglu Transfers to University of Florida

Funda Nakkasoglu (pronounced: FOON-da knock-a-SO-glue), a native of Hampton, Victoria, Australia and two-year standout at Utah State University, signed scholarship agreement papers to transfer to the University of Florida and play for the Gators, UF Head Coach Amanda Butler announced on May 2, 2016. Per NCAA rules, Nakkasoglu will have

Head Coach & Hall of Famer Sheryl Swoopes Accused of Humiliating Players: 10 Players Quit Team

Cate Soane, a former player on the Loyola Chicago University basketball team, claims coach Sheryl Swoopes “humiliated, belittled” her and also said she was the victim of "emotional abuse" by the Hall of Fame player. ESPN also reported that Soane said that she was “subject to a lot of inappropriate conduct.” Swoopes

Tia Malcom Elevated to Head Basketball Coach of Flordia International University

MIAMI (April 8, 2016) – Florida International University Executive Director of Sports and Entertainment Pete Garcia announced the hiring of Tiara Malcom as the next women's head basketball coach on Friday. Malcom becomes the seventh head coach for the FIU women's basketball program. "We are thrilled to announce Tiara Malcom as

Are Breanna Stewart and the UConn Women’s Basketball Team Good or Bad for Women’s Basketball?

What comes to mind when I say UConn women's basketball? How about when I say Breanna Stewart? Perhaps your mind ponders. Crushing? Unbeatable. Best ever? It seems like every year, as the UConn women steamroll their way to another national championship, there's a debate about whether their dominance of college basketball