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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Highlighting WNBA & NCAAW Coaches

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Highlighting WNBA & NCAAW Coaches

Women are getting increasingly more head coaching opportunities. This Women’s History Month we showcase a few making their mark on the game. You already know we get hyped when the calendar flips to March, and for good reason: BASKETBALL! Yet, there is another great reason to celebrate the third month of the year, and that’s

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NCAAW XsOs Roundup: Teams Ready For A Deep Tourney Run

It’s March and tourney time is approaching fast. Let’s dive into some of the best #XsOs from Top 25 NCAAW teams, plus a few bonus contenders. The days of UConn and Tennessee battling it out every year for the NCAAW National Championship are becoming a distant memory. The popularity and skill in the women’s game

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Video Playbook: Stanford Cardinal

The #2 ranked Stanford Cardinal, powered by their version of the Princeton Offense, look to reclaim Pac-12 and national supremacy. As college basketball resumes, storylines abound in Palo Alto. First, Stanford Head Coach Tara VanDerveer needs just four wins to surpass the career win total of the legendary Pat Summitt. Assuming COVID-19 does not intervene,

The Story of My First Final Four Experience by Konner Beste

A rookie to the Final Four, Konner Beste recaps the event and shares why it was a transformational experience in his young coaching career. The Final Four is easily the most important and impactful event for basketball coaches to attend to grow their career. And I wish I would have attended my first one sooner than this

Use the Rules To Your Advantage: A Look at Women’s College Basketball

It seems at least once a week when I watch an NBA game, I see teams employ the “Hack-A-Shaq” strategy. This strategy involves sending poor free throw shooters to the free throw line to help take their opponents out of an offensive rhythm in the process. Now, whether or not this strategy actually works is

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