To many, Friday’s opening Final Four semifinal against LSU and Virginia Tech was a burdensome appetizer to the main course of Iowa and South Carolina where Naismith Player of the Year Caitlin Clark was set to take on the reigning national champions. But neither were crowned champion on Sunday. That honor went to LSU after a 102-85 statement win over Iowa and one player's homecoming.
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LCU, WT, and Angelo State have built successful programs with players from West Texas high schools.
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.
Pebley steps down following nine seasons in Fort Worth.
The future is bright at the Ferrell Center, and a big part of that is because of freshman wing Darianna Littlepage-Buggs.
Matthew Brune of 247 and Ishmael Johnson speak with Texas State women's basketball head coach Zenarae Antoine about the unique group of "OGs" at her disposal.
Matthew Brune of 247 and Ishmael Johnson chat with Tim Watkins of Bears Illustrated about Baylor MBB's season and what their eventual shortcomings were before discussing why Watkins thinks Nicki Collen's first year in Waco was still a success.
Championship Sunday in the Lone Star Conference tournament is one of the best days of the year. The LSC is home to some of the best men’s and women’s basketball in NCAA Division II, and the conference will be well represented in next week’s NCAA tournament.
Friday was the women’s turn to showcase their talent at the Comerica Center during the Lone Star Conference quarterfinals. This year, the women’s bracket is wide open, with the top seven teams in the conference finishing within two games of each other in the regular season standings.