Posts Tagged ‘Nnemkadi Ogwumike’

The players:

WNBA Draft: Remembering the Day My Life Changed (Tina Thompson)

Miami Hurricanes women ready for WNBA Draft — The Hurricanes’ Shenise Johnson and Riquna Williams are expected to go early in the WNBA Draft, which will be held Monday.

Wojta could be first Green Bay player drafted by WNBA and UWGB’s Wojta attending WNBA draft

Nneka Ogwumike prepares for WNBA draft

2012 WNBA Pre-Draft Conference Call: Draft Prospects (Hayes, Ogwumike, Peters, Prahalis)

The coaches:

2012 WNBA Pre-Draft Conference Call: WNBA Coaches (Reeve, Agler, Kloppenburg)

The talking heads:

2012 WNBA Pre-Draft Conference Call: ESPN Analysts (Lobo, Peck)

2012 WNBA Mock Draft: Nnemkadi Ogwumike and Early Picks Sure to Become Stars

This Year’s WNBA Draft Lacking In High-Impact Players

After Nneka, draft full of questions

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UConn fans were wearing their “Sveta Shirts.”

Now, Stanford fans can sport a “Hecka Nneka”-t.

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Tara talks Utah, UConn and other topics…

Michelle Smith and company have Cal above UCLA in their Best of the West – Power rankings for the week of Nov. 15. Wonder if that’ll change.

Speaking of Cal, are you keeping up the youngsters through the Cal Triple Threat blog?

UConn Senior Maya Moore goes back to Georgia this Sunday: This homecoming story has Moore

Maya Moore left the state of Georgia as a winner. In her final high school game on March 9, 2007, she had 29 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, and four steals to lead Collins Hills High to a 61-37 rout of South Gwinnett and the Class 5A state tournament championship.

As she came out for the final time with about 2:00 left, she received a standing ovation from a crowd of 10,000.

The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team’s senior All-American may not get as warm of reception Sunday when the top-ranked Huskies face Georgia Tech at Alexander Memorial Coliseum in Atlanta.

As a former right fullback and goalie, I like the fact that the DC BasketCases are “avidly” following the Terps run to the NCAA Field Hockey Championship game. Did you catch the NY Times article on Maryland’s Katie O’Donnell? Maryland Attacker Flashes Skill That Defies Her Size

Go Dragons! From Mel: Drexel Rallies Over Penn In Battle of West Philly

Lady Swish has Saturday’s previews and picks,

and, though the WNBA season is years away, Cheryl Coward is writing about the new sheriff in Chicago: From Russia to the Midwest, Pokey Chatman expects nothing less than success

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Stanford’s 63-50 victory over Rutgers:

One: Six? RU only played SIX players? I got tired just reading that.

Two: Headlines shouting “Sister Act!” Expect to see that often. Their line:
N.O.: 40 minutes, 2opts, 9 rbs.
C.O.: 21 minutes, 9pts, 12 rbs.

Check C&R at Swish Appeal for more.

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