In less than 48 hours, my team will take the court in the first round of the NCAA tournament. As if the expected excitement that comes with the "big dance" isn't enough, we have had the privilege of watching the preparations for the tournament take place right before our eyes.
Maggie Lucas and her Penn State teammates take off for Baton Rouge, La., where first-round opponent Cal Poly awaits.
Baylor senior Destiny Williams talks with teammate Mariah Chandler about winning a third straight Big 12 championship, enjoying the off days (time to sleep) and the Lady Bears' first-round matchup with Prarie View A&M in the NCAA tournament.
So it's official: We are headed to Baton Rouge, La., for the first round of the NCAA tournament!Monday night was the selection show, and we found out that we received a No. 3 seed and will be taking on Cal Poly on Sunday.
After the excitement, adrenaline and celebrations from our CAA championship began to slow for the night on Sunday, I was able to lie in bed and really soak in the feeling of being a champion. Eventually, I dozed off and my thoughts shifted to whatever my dreams for that night brought.
I am so happy, humbled, excited and eager to reveal something I have been working on with the help of many other inspired people.It is something near and dear to my heart, which made for a serious case of writer's block!
DURHAM, N.C. -- What a whirlwind few weeks it has been, culminating in a great night tonight for the NCAA selection show! We finished our regular season more than two weeks ago with a win at home over North Carolina.
Reigning NCAA women’s basketball champion Baylor finds out the path it will have to successfully navigate in its quest to win a second straight national title Monday night when the brackets are unveiled.
As the regular season and Big Ten tournament have come to a close, the Lady Lions are focused and looking forward to the most exciting time of year: March Madness and the NCAA tourney.We have a little less than two weeks to rest and work on ourselves before the madness begins.
The No. 2 Notre Dame women’s basketball team will be going for its first Big East tournament championship Tuesday night against No. 3 Connecticut. The last time the Fighting Irish won a conference title was in 1994, when they beat Xavier 72-63 in the final of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, which is now known as the Horizon League.
From the beginning of the year, we did not know what to expect for this season. We lost our quintessential All-American, my sister Nneka, along with other instrumental cogs to the Stanford women's basketball machine: Lindy La Rocque, Grace Mashore, Sarah Boothe.
Since it is the month of March, only two things are on my mind: The fact that there is only one more month until I am back on U.S. soil, and that MARCH MADNESS is beginning!!! I always look forward to both the men’s and women’s tournament, and that is definitely the case this year.
This was another fun and exciting week for our program as we came off a loss at Minnesota with a win at Nebraska that solidified us as the outright Big Ten champs. Another exciting part was knowing my dad would make one of his appearances on this trip.
Checking in to preview Duke's upcoming rivalry game against North Carolina.
This weekend was a very exciting time for our program in all kinds of ways. To say the least, there was a lot going on in Happy Valley at the Bryce Jordan Center.We honored our five seniors with Senior Day before the game, and it was our seventh annual Pink Zone at Penn State game.