Women in Sports So. Many. Story. Lines. By Sue Favor on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Today’s results: Kansas State came back to edge West Virginia, 56-55. Oklahoma State got revenge on Oklahoma, 73-69. Marist fended off Rider, 63-58, to take first place in the MAAC. All scores Tomorrow’s game schedule College team news: How South Carolina finally beat UConn. The Huskies have lost to the top three teams in the country. What now? UConn has little shot at a No. 1 seed, but does it matter? NC State will host Louisville for a big showdown Thursday. Iowa State is building momentum towards the Tournament. Indiana looks to continue their dominance of Illinois Thursday. Utah heads into their match up with Stanford with momentum. What does Ohio State need to do to get to the Tournament? UMass has a chance for a statement win. Fresno State looks to clinch a Mountain West title share. Drexel and Penn updates. Maryland is the NCAA’s team of the week. College player news: Aari McDonald leads Arizona with a signature trait. After an outcry, Oregon State’s Mikayla Pivec has been added to the list of Senior CLASS Award finalists. Alissa Pili’s “hating to lose” mentality powers her on court at USC. Despite shooting struggles, Japreece Dean delivers for UCLA. How Jordan Hamilton’s sacrifice helped Northwestern. Iowa State’s Ashley Joens is “good to go” after a shoulder injury. An early trip to the gym before the Arizona State game paid off for Oregon freshman Jaz Shelley. Award lists: Thirty have been named to the Naismith Trophy midseason watch list. The top 10 candidates for the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award. College coach news: Adia Barnes is building a winner in Arizona. Carla Berube is keeping Princeton rolling. WNBA news: Free agency tracker. The Mercury traded DeWanna Bonner to the Sun for three first-round picks. The Mystics have signed Elena Delle Donne to a four-year deal. Rebekkah Brunson has retired and will join the Lynx as an assistant coach. Brunson hadn’t thought of coaching until Cheryl Reeve called. In Kristi Toliver’s return, the Sparks have found a veteran scorer. Jewell Loyd is eyeing the Tokyo Olympics. Tamika Catchings is set for her Hall of Fame induction. 0 Previous Post Next Post Related Posts Women in Sports Big scoring, big games Women in Sports Preview: Evans and No. 1 Louisville host Mangakahia and No. 23 Syracuse Women in Sports Preview: Will new Husky Evina Westbrook put on a show vs. former Lady Vols?