Big East Women's Hoops: 5 At-Large Teams Eyeing The NCAA Tournament
Mar 4, 2021
March is here and Madness descends on Mohegan Sun Arena, host site of the Big East Tournament.
'A State Of Discovery': The Blue Demons Are Hitting Their Stride
Feb 19, 2021
Christmastime typically means taking a pause to gather with family. The past year has not been typical, of course, and that meant an atypical holiday season for DePaul Basketball.
UConn And The Idea Of The Moral Victory
Feb 12, 2021
As the adage goes, there are no moral victories. It’s applicable in most areas of high-level sports—nobody has won a moral victory trophy and a win-loss record doesn’t quantify the grey area of playing really well but falling to a superior opponent.
Big East Women's Notes: UConn Back On Top
Feb 9, 2021
Eleven days after they were upset by Arkansas, Connecticut is poised to once again claim the #1 ranking in the country.
Analyzing The All-Around Game Of Marquette's Selena Lott
Jan 29, 2021
Marquette’s do-everything guard Selena Lott made quite a splash in an impressive showing of two Big East teams with NCAA Tournament credentials. Her 27-point, 11-assist double-double powered the Golden Eagles to a 95-77 defeat of Villanova, and Lott eclipsed 1,000 career points in the process.
Miss. State Transfer Espinoza-Hunter Follows A Role Model Path With Pirates
Jan 21, 2021
COVID-19 has, in countless ways, stripped much of our world to its most foundational levels. In a game of basketball with no audience to cheer on the action, the squeak of shoes on the hardwood or the satisfying snap of the net on a made jumper are more pronounced.