It’s still the early part of the season which means teams are still sorting out lineups and figuring out which group of players meshes best. You don’t want to get too bogged down with early season results, but in some cases, it’s probably not a bad idea to raise a few red flags – looking at you Texas.
Don’t call Amy Okonkwo a post.
During the off-season, every player on the TCU women’s basketball roster was asked to fill out a profile sheet to give their name and fill out other attributes.
It’s the first full weekend of college basketball and there have already been some…uh let’s say, eye-opening results from the first few nights.
Tech hasn’t made the NCAA tournament since 2012, also the last time it had a winning record. The Lady Raiders have also won just 56 games over the last five seasons, but new head coach Marlene Stollings still sees the potential to reach the heights of the 90s and early 2000s under Marsha Sharp.
Texas State may not have the senior core it had a year ago, but it certainly has talent. Whether that talent can manifest itself into another run at the championship is the big question. Having the Sun Belt’s best shooter returning for her senior season helps.
Texas State has grown accustomed to cycling in new talent each year without much drop-off during Kaspar’s tenure with transfers and graduation. Seven of the Bobcats’ 10 players who received ample playing time last year return.