The portal has had a huge impact on some of the teams in Texas. There are rosters that will look almost entirely different next year. Sometimes, that's a good thing—but other times, it's definitely a bad sign for the strength of a program.
The 2022 WNBA Draft wasn't super eventful for fans of Texas teams. Just three players from Texas universities were drafted, with all three coming from Baylor.
Since Dave Campbell's Texas Basketball is dedicated to Texas college players, let's take a look at each of those players, with a quick scouting report and a range where they could see their names called.
It was a good year for some women's college basketball programs in Texas. Five made the NCAA tournament. Four more made the WNIT.
With the regular season in the rearview window, it's time to talk awards. For the third year in a row, I've put together the DCTB Women's Basketball Awards. Last year, NaLyssa Smith took home the Texas MVP award. Who comes out on top this season?
For the second season in a row, the Texas Longhorns have lost in the Elite Eight. This time, the loss came against Stanford, the defending national champions and a team that Texas had already defeated once this season. So, what happened?
The current college sophomore led the Pantherettes to a state title in 2020, scoring 23 points in a win over Cy Creek (and current Texas guard Kyndall Hunter) in the state title game. Kelly was named the MVP of that game and was also named Texas Player of the Year by MaxPreps.
Five teams from Texas entered last week. Just one emerged from the crowd to make it to the Sweet 16: The Texas Longhorns.