The Widener women’s basketball team is still alive in the Division III NCAA Tournament.
One of the big reasons for the constant improvement for Penn women’s hoops, and the success this season, is junior Alyssa Baron.
Widener and Cabrini women’s basketball teams both get ready for first-round games on Friday in the Division III NCAA Tournament.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a women’s basketball player having a better first season than Philadelphia University redshirt freshman center Tori Arnao.
Swarthmore finishes with a19-6 record and for the first time since 04-05, they are headed to the Centennial Conference playoffs.
These are good days on Hawk Hill for Cindy Griffin and the St. Joe’s women’s basketball team.
One of the biggest reasons for the Dragon’s success is the high level play of senior forward Hollie Mershon.
A report says UConn women’s coach Geno Auriemma wants rims lowered for women’s hoops.
Temple’s Shey Peddy is heading to the WNBA.
Baylor takes the women’s NCAA basketball championship, defeating Notre Dame.
Philadelphia University’s Taylor Peltzer is excelling in two sports.
Brittney Griner and Baylor are two wins from a perfect season.
Bria Hartley scored 20 points, Kelly Faris added 15 and No. 1 seed UConn advanced to the NCAA tournament’s regional finals for the seventh straight year with a 77-59 win over Penn State on Sunday.
Just two Division I teams in the city are still playing basketball. Both the Temple and Villanova women’s squads are into the Sweet 16 of the WNIT with both look to advance tonight.
The Holy Family women’s basketball team is still standing after two rounds of the Division II NCAA Tournament. Next up for the Tigers, a match-up tonight with the top seed in the East region, Bentley.