Women's Basketball Season Preview 2013-14
MICHELLE SMITH'S PRESEASON TOP 10
FULL RUNDOWN OF PREVIEW
Monday, Nov. 4
• espnW.com preseason top 25
• W Debate: Preseason player of the year?
• Smith: Women's hoops A to Z
• Voepel: All eyes on UConn
Tuesday, Nov. 5
• espnW.com's top five players per position
• Hays: Irish in good hands with McBride
• Smith: Bar raised for Bears after first Final Four
• Voepel: Will power shift in Big 12?
Wednesday, Nov. 6
• Total Access: Welcome to the Triangle
• Total Access: Chelsea Gray returns
• Hays: Preseason mid-major top 10
• Hays: The next big mid-major star
Thursday, Nov. 7
• Hays: Schimmel's final act
• Fagan: Five faces of Schimmel
• Hays: Creighton's move comes at perfect time
• Hays: American preview
• Voepel: ACC preview
• Voepel: Big 12 preview
• Fagan: Big East preview
• Creme: Big Ten preview
• Smith: Pac-12 preview
• Creme: SEC preview
Friday, Nov. 8
• espnW.com All-America teams
• espnW.com preseason player of year
• Expert predictions
• Voepel: Tennessee takes aim at Nashville
CHARLIE CREME'S TOP SHOOTING GUARDS
- Aaryn Ellenberg
- Oklahoma, 5-7, senior
A clutch scorer with unlimited range.
- Maggie Lucas
- Penn State, 5-10, senior
Heady player is probably game's best pure shooter.
- Tyaunna Marshall
- Georgia Tech, 5-9, senior
Athletic and a great defender; stat sheet stuffer.
- Kayla McBride
- Notre Dame, 5-11, senior
Well-rounded scorer who can do a lot of damage.
- Meighan Simmons
- Tennessee, 5-9, senior
Explosive, streaky; plays with incredible passion.
ESPN TV SCHEDULE
Beginning Nov. 10 with Duke at Cal and followed by Stanford at UConn on Nov. 11, ESPN will televise a record number of women's games during the 2013-14 season, including a new ESPN Sunday series. TV schedule »
FLASHBACK TO APRIL
It was only seven months ago when Geno Auriemma got carried away after leading Connecticut to its eighth NCAA title, matching Tennessee. Relive the Huskies' championship run in New Orleans one more time. Coverage »