• Rutgers hires coach Coquese Washington as Stringer’s successor

    Rutgers hired Coquese Washington as its next women’s basketball head coach Monday, after Hall of Famer C. Vivian Stringer announced her retirement last month. Washington, who most recently worked as Notre Dame’s associate coach, signed a six-year contract through the 2027-28 season worth $4.625 million in total compensation plus performance incentives. Washington was Penn State’s […]

  • Maryland star Angel Reese transfers to LSU

    Angel Reese, an All-Big Ten selection at Maryland last season, is transferring to LSU. “Angel is coming to Baton Rouge as one of the most dynamic players in the country,” Tigers coach Kim Mulkey said. “She’s an outstanding scorer with a knack for rebounding that will make an immediate impact in our frontcourt.” As a […]

  • Hall of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer announces retirement

    Hall of Fame basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer announced her retirement on Saturday after 50 years and 1,055 wins. Stringer, 74, coached at Cheyney State (1971-83) and Iowa (1983-95) before taking the job at Rutgers. She guided the teams to 28 NCAA Tournament berths and took all three programs to the Final Four — Cheyney […]

  • South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston inks deal with Under Armour

    South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston added to her collection of name, image and likeness deals on Tuesday, announcing a multi-faceted deal with Under Armour. Boston — the consensus National Player of the Year in women’s college basketball in 2022 — will host a basketball camp in her native St. Thomas, in the Virgin Islands, as part […]

  • Maryland’s Brenda Frese reaches deal through 2028-29

    Maryland women’s basketball coach Brenda Frese on Tuesday agreed to a contract extension that runs through the 2028-29 season. Frese, 51, just completed her 20th season as coach of the Terrapins. Maryland finished with a 23-9 record and fell in the Sweet 16 to eventual Final Four club Stanford. She has guided her teams to […]

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