The 2021 Texas Basketball WNBA Draft Tracker will bring live updates and analysis of all the Texas college players selected in the 2021 WNBA Draft.
Ishmael Johnson and Matthew Brune of 247 recap the state's two biggest upset wins of the weekend so far and run through the rest of the first two days of the MBB Tournament. Does Saturday's first-round loss change Shaka Smart's future at Texas?
While the NCAA ruled that players each earn an extra year of eligibility after this season, we'll operate under the assumption that top players will declare for the WNBA Draft. Let's start with Nancy Mulkey, the 6-foot-9 center for the Owls.
The first meeting of these teams in the Vic Schaefer era is upon us. The Longhorns haven't been as good in Schaefer's first season as a lot of people expected, but this is a fairly young Texas team that was always going to have some growing pains.
The plan is for five venues and six courts in San Antonio, Austin and San Marcos to be used for the event.
The state's two ranked teams — No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 8 Baylor — face some stiff competition, while a dominant Stephen F. Austin squad might finally have some close games against conference foes, as it faces Abilene Christian and Sam Houston.
On November 29, the Mean Green went down to Austin to face off against Texas. It was a game that North Texas was pretty clearly not going to win, but it seemed like the kind of game that would happen and then everyone around the country would just quickly forget about.
Amid of rash of COVID postponements and a few programs from outside of Texas joining SMU in canceling its seasons, the 20-21 women's college basketball season keeps going. The Aggies lost their first game of the season last week, while Rice continued to show why they're going to come out on top in Conference USA.
The Rice Owls were supposed to be good this season, but this good? After losing star guard Erica Ogwumike to graduation, Tina Langley's squad was still supposed to be one of Conference-USA's best teams. But the Owls might be more than that, as they're 8-1 on the season, with that only loss coming in a nailbiter against an undefeated Texas A&M team.