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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Maryland’s Brenda Frese has her team in contention for a national title

By The Next / March 1, 2023

Howard and coach Brenda Frese chat about the success of the program, the NCAA tourney and the pace of the team

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Big Ten conference tourney preview, VP of women’s basketball Megan Kahn 

By The Next / February 28, 2023

Missy and Megan chat about her specific position at the Big Ten, the conference brand and elevating the Big Ten

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The race to the Big 12 title

By The Next / February 20, 2023

Missy chats about the announcement of the exit of Texas and Oklahoma — plus more

USC defining themselves as a Pac-12 power

By Michelle Smith / February 18, 2023

How the Trojans meshed into a defensive juggernaut

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Wildcats, Huskies, Hoyas and BIG EAST update

By The Next / February 17, 2023

Natalie and Tee talk about Maddy Siegrist breaking records, her evolution throughout the season —UConn’s strength and weakness

Locked on Women’s Basketball: First look: Sports Reference’s women’s basketball data treasure trove 

By The Next / February 15, 2023

Howard and Sean talk about Sports Reference, how it got started and launching women’s college basketball data

Locked on Women’s Basketball: SEC battle of unbeatens: How did No. 1 South Carolina top No. 5 LSU

By The Next / February 13, 2023

Missy and Alex break down the matchup between No. 1 South Carolina vs. No. 5 LSU — AP Top 25 Poll

Locked on Women’s Basketball: WNBA Draft profile: Diamond Miller

By The Next / February 4, 2023

Hunter and Em discuss Diamond Miller’s profile at Maryland — defense and a projected lottery pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft

Patriot League Notebook: Dynamic duo sparks a streak for Lafayette

By Todd Goclowski / February 2, 2023

Teammates Abby Antognoli and Makayla Andrews have Lafayette on the winning track and can they lead the Leopards to a top-four finish?

UNLV building something big in the desert

By Michelle Smith / February 2, 2023

The Rebels’ 80-57 win over their in-state rival was witnessed by a sellout crowd of more than 2,500 — the first in program history