A little bit of everything (NCAA Basketball)

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Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 8:28am EST

News, opinions and game reports on girl's and women's basketball of all levels.

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About last night:

In beating Louisville last night, Notre Dame's message was "get out of the way."

Maryland Coach Brenda Frese was ejected during last night's battle with Duke. Frese said she will always fight for her players.

More college news:

Catching up with Duke Coach Joanne P. McCallie.

A chat with Cal Coach Lindsay Gottlieb.

When Michigan's Kate Thompson catches fire, the Wolverines follow.

Kansas freshman Chelsea Gardner is learning from teammate Carolyn Davis' injury.

Oklahoma junior center Nicole Griffin is emerging just in time.

"Oh how the mighty have fallen," one news source says of Rutgers Coach C. Vivian Stringer and her program.


Northern Iowa senior Jacqui Kalin, the infamous lead lip-syncher, became her school's all-time leading scorer.

Cleveland State's Shalonda Winton notched 1,000 career rebounds this week.

Play for Kay:

ESPN has a great map of this weekend's Play for Kay games.

Colorado's Lexy Kresl has only to look to her brother for inspiration in the fight against cancer.

A cancer patient will join Illinois for their Play For Kay game.


Rutgers Coach C. Vivian Stringer is on the verge of her 900th win.

Former Tennessee Coach Pat Summitt has received the Winged Foot Legends Award.

High school:

Top recruit Kaela Davis has Meneire's Disease.

WNBA and pro:

The Chicago Sky have resigned head coach Pokey Chatman and assistants Christie Sides and Jeff House to multi-year contract extensions.

Sue Bird will sit out the upcoming EuroLeague playoffs because of a rule stipulating only two active non-European players.

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