The Holy Family women’s basketball team is heading to their 9th straight NCAA tournament.
A story of desire and determination from the Penn women’s basketball team.
Drexel coach Denise Dillon is now tops in wins.
After starting the season just 3-9, the La Salle University women’s basketball team in now on a roll, winning six in a row as they get ready for a Wednesday afternoon visit to Charlotte.
A native of Walnutport, Pa., Kara Bonenberger has stepped right in and played very well for the Quakers: she is second on the team in scoring and first in rebounding.
Christine Wooding is averaging a double-double for the Lady Rams, leading the squad in scoring (17.5 ppg) and rebounding (11.5 per contest).
The Temple Lady Owls will be trying to make it two straight wins tonight as they welcome a struggling Kent State squad to the Liacouras Center.
It should be a good matchup tonight in local women’s basketball, as St. Joe’s hosts Drexel at Hagan Arena.
When his Villanova women’s basketball team beat Iona earlier this month, Wildcats head coach Harry Perretta punched his ticket to an exclusive club. He became the 35th coach in the history of women’s basketball (22nd in Division I) to win 600 games as a head coach.
Coach Cheryl Reeve says this team has met the high expectations she had for it coming into the season.
By the time she was selected sixth overall by Chicago in the 2006 WNBA Draft, she was the second all-time scorer and third all-time rebounder in the history of Temple women’s hoops.
Shey Peddy led the Owls with 21 points on 8-of-16 shooting, and Kristen McCarthy (left) added 16 points.
The Temple University women’s basketball team battles Notre Dame tonight in the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.
Temple, Drexel, and St. Joe’s are all still alive in the women’s basketball postseason.
The Tigers will open things up on Friday in the Division II NCAA Tournament against a familiar foe: conference rival Goldey-Beacom College.