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Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

April 8, 2010

From the first shot of the season, it seemed inevitable that Maya Moore, Tina Charles and the Connecticut Huskies would win the NCAA championship. And so they did Tuesday night, rallying from a horrible first half to beat Stanford...

SCHMIDT: History in the breaking

Erik Schmidt

March 25, 2010

What they’re doing is so prolific that Homer may come back from the dead to write an epic poem about it. Their achievements are larger than life. They belong with the giants of our history: Julius Caesar. Mozart. Einstein. And the ...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

February 25, 2010

The Georgetown Hoyas came into Saturday’s home game against Notre Dame needing a signature victory to cement their place as one of the top teams in the Big East. The Hoyas did not disappoint. Before a program-record crowd...

Disappointing season for Robinson

Andrei Greska

February 25, 2010

This was supposed to be Angel Robinson's year. It hasn't been. The junior from St. Paul, Minn., was a unanimous selection to the preseason All-Big East team. This was an honor reserved for only three players in the league...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

February 11, 2010

The Villanova women’s basketball team has done a lot of soul-searching lately. It started the season a surprising 11-2, albeit against teams that won’t necessarily strike fear into the hearts of teams — after all, the Wildcats'...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

January 21, 2010

It would be easy to simply discuss the dominance Connecticut has inflicted on the women’s college basketball world in the past year and half. After all, for the past 57 games, it has been Connecticut and everybody else. The...