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Your complete guide to Thanksgiving week women’s basketball tournaments

By Missy Heidrick / November 19, 2021

Who’s playing, what to watch for in this women’s basketball feast

Daily Briefing — Nov. 19, 2021: Angel Reese, Shyanne Sellers make history for Terps

By Em Adler / November 19, 2021

Drake cannot keep up with the Joenses

Abby Muse. (photo courtesy of Fresno State Athletics)

Why Boise State has high expectations for sophomore Abby Muse

By Scott Mammoser / November 18, 2021

‘I feel very excited to accept that challenge,” Muse said after scoring 10 points in a tough 61-38 loss to Long Beach State to open the season on Saturday’

NCAA announces expansion of the Division I Women’s Championship to 68 teams, changes selection show date

By Gabriela Carroll / November 18, 2021

The four teams seeded 65 through 68 and the last four at-large teams will play in a series of “First Four” matchups

Iowa Hawkeyes guard Caitlin Clark (22) makes a 3-pointer during the second quarter of their game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, IA on Sunday, February 7, 2021. (Stephen Mally/hawkeyesports.com)

Daily Briefing, Nov. 18, 2021: South Carolina romps

By Em Adler / November 18, 2021

Clark has a triple-double, South Carolina rout, Cal Baptist fights the Beavers

What Loyola University Chicago’s successful bid to join the Atlantic 10 means for women’s basketball

By Natalie Heavren / November 17, 2021

The Ramblers are the A-10’s 15th member

Jordyn Jackson. (CSUN Athletics)

20 months later, basketball is back in the Matadome

By David Mendez-Yapkowitz / November 17, 2021

Sights and sounds from an emotional night

Women’s Basketball Daily Briefing — Nov. 17, 2021

By Em Adler / November 17, 2021

Terps win, Stony Brook pulls the upset, and viewers guide to the day ahead

Georgia Tech’s Loyal McQueen enters the transfer portal

By Mitchell Northam / November 16, 2021

McQueen had started in all three games for the No. 18 Yellow Jackets this season, her departure leaves their backcourt thin

Women’s Basketball Daily Briefing — Nov. 16, 2021

By Em Adler / November 16, 2021

God rested on the seventh day, and apparently we’re a day behind his schedule.