The 2022-23 DCTB Women's Basketball Awards
With the regular season in the rearview window, it's time to talk awards. For the fourth year in a row, I've put together the DCTB Women's Basketball Awards. Last year, NaLyssa Smith took home the Texas MVP award for the second time.
Top Texas high school players left in the women's NCAA Tournament
While the state won't be hoisting the trophy in a couple of weeks, it's possible that a former Texas high school star will. Below are the five best Texas high school players left in the tournament.
NCAA (and WNIT) Tournament Preview: Does the state have a chance?
It's a shame the NCAA Tournament won't have much Lone Star flavor this year in particular since the Final Four is happening in Dallas. But Texas in particular is a team that's built to win in March, with its emphasis on defense, so don't count out a Longhorns appearance in Dallas in a few weeks.
Big 12 WBB Tournament Preview
Ahead of the tournament, let's take stock of where all the Texas Big 12 schools are at and what their chances of getting an NCAA bid are.
WBB Conference Tournament Preview: Mid-Majors
Let's take a look around all the conferences with Texas teams and see what we can expect over the next week.
ISO Spotlight: A&M Commerce's strong first season in Division I
Commerce finished tied for fourth in the Southland, and while a three-game losing streak has pushed the team a little farther down the standings than they were, it's still been a strong debut.
Sun Belt WBB Tournament Preview: Texas State's chance
Can the Texas State make its first NCAA tournament appearance since 2003?
ISO Spotlight: Bre'Amber Scott's Flying Under The Radar
Texas Tech as a whole has gone under the radar. The team played really well in non-conference, losing just one game to Jackson State, but they also played a fairly weak non-conference schedule, with just one game against a power conference opponent, an overtime win over Colorado.