With the NCAA women's tournament in San Antonio, several Spurs players honored some of women's college basketball's all-time greats.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jenn Wirth in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
Rennia Davis had 23 points and 11 rebounds as No. 23 Tennessee bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 79-41 blowout of cold-shooting Colorado State on Wednesday.
Tuesday's game between Incarnate Word and Colorado State will tip as planned despite a snowstorm that hit the area. But there won't be any fans in the seats.
UConn is the overwhelming favorite. But it's not the only defending champion in Bridgeport, a place where -- Mechelle Voepel reminds us -- the Huskies once lost in a regional.
Sixteen bids will be decided Saturday and Sunday, but as Selection Monday quickly approaches, the top-16 seeds already are set in Charlie Creme's projection.
Becky Hammon, named an assistant coach for the Spurs on Tuesday, has always seen the game through a coach's lens, as if basketball's X's and O's had been coded into her DNA, writes Kate Fagan.
Undrafted and surrounded by stars, Becky Hammon's hopes of finding a fit in the WNBA were slim. Sixteen years later, she is ready to wrap up a brilliant career.