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  • laker
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    Muffet McGraw retires from Notre Dame after 33 seasons.

    https://www.espn.com/womens-college-...ach-notre-dame

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by laker View Post
    Another female story- Lauren Cox from Baylor, talking about playing with diabetes.

    https://www.theplayerstribune.com/en...aft-basketball
    I know Adam Morrison also played basketball with diabetes, even taking injections during games. He of course went on to the NBA and is now on the Gonzaga radio team.

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  • laker
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    Another female story- Lauren Cox from Baylor, talking about playing with diabetes.

    https://www.theplayerstribune.com/en...aft-basketball

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  • laker
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    Not NCAA but men's basketball with a twist.

    Tamara Moore, who played basketball for Minneapolis North, Wisconsin and the Lynx, will be the men’s head basketball coach at Mesabi Range Community College. She's believed to be the first woman to lead a men's college team. http://strib.mn/34vD6ay #WNBA

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  • laker
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    Originally posted by catatonic View Post

    Those folks who find it shocking that Schaefer would leave Miss State for Texas have obviously never been to Starkville. It’s aptly named.
    I was reading some comments from who I assumed to be Aggie fans. They thought that Schaefer might be the one to replace Gary Blair, who is 74, at A&M. Speculation was that he and Schaefer have had a falling out- Schaefer was his top assistant when the Aggies won the national title.

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  • catatonic
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    Originally posted by laker View Post
    New Texas WBB coach is Vic Schaefer: his Mississippi State team ended UConn's 111-game win streak in 2017 Final Four in Dallas and he was Gary Blair's 'defensive coordinator' on 2010-11 A&M national champs.

    I feel bad that every really good coach at MSU seems to end up somewhere up the chain. First Florida for football, now this. Too bad that they din't win it all after going to the finals twice.
    Those folks who find it shocking that Schaefer would leave Miss State for Texas have obviously never been to Starkville. It’s aptly named.

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  • laker
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    New Texas WBB coach is Vic Schaefer: his Mississippi State team ended UConn's 111-game win streak in 2017 Final Four in Dallas and he was Gary Blair's 'defensive coordinator' on 2010-11 A&M national champs.

    I feel bad that every really good coach at MSU seems to end up somewhere up the chain. First Florida for football, now this. Too bad that they din't win it all after going to the finals twice.

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  • Twincitiesmav
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    Little late but earlier in this thread, I posted that I thought Kent state basketball player Kalen Bennett was the first individual with autism to receive a D1 scholarship and play D1. Turns out he isn’t the first player with autism to play at a D1 program (But the first to receive a full ride). The first person with autism to play at a D1 program is Anthony Ianni (Grand Valley posters you may recognize the name). He started his college career playing at Grand valley st. then walked on at Michigan State for his final two years (2010-2012) and played under Tom Izzo. He was also teammates with NBA Player Draymond Green.

    Since it was autism awareness day, I thought it would be a good day to share this fact!
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  • Mk63NuclearBomb
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    Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

    Looks like just cutting Men's tennis and Cross Country. Had a hard time finding it among all the Corona Virus announcements everywhere.
    FAMU will now sponsor just five men's sports; football, basketball, golf, track, and baseball. (side note: If there's a state to have a track team with no XC team, it's Florida)

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Originally posted by Mk63NuclearBomb View Post

    Cutting the athletic department entirely?
    Looks like just cutting Men's tennis and Cross Country. Had a hard time finding it among all the Corona Virus announcements everywhere.

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  • Mk63NuclearBomb
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    Originally posted by laker View Post
    Any idea on what this is about?

    Cutting the athletic department entirely?

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  • laker
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    Any idea on what this is about?

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  • Wildcat Khan
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    Looks the AP didn't release final rankings, but the coaches did. Kansas at number 1 with all but 3 of the first place votes. Baylor moved up to 4 over Florida State and BYU stayed at 16 after their 1 point loss to Saint Mary's in the WCC semi-finals.

    As for schools I feel sorry for, they are San Diego State, Dayton, and possibly Baylor as these teams likely won't have another chance at a national title like this year in a long time. Teams like Gonzaga, Florida State, and Kansas I expect to be back in the mix next year and Vitale has said that if Petrosev stays at Gonzaga they will be his pre-season #1.

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  • laker
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    Jeff Linder named head men's basketball coach at Wyoming.

    https://hoopdirt.com/hot-linder-name...ch-at-wyoming/

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  • laker
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    Bryce Drew is the new coach at Grand Canyon.

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