Chris Mullin has a message for the best basketball players in New York City: stay and ride the Red Storm to stardom.
Lauren Hill spent her final year polishing a layup and inspiring others to live fully. She succeeded at both.
If they can pull it off, Breanna Stewart would accomplish her goal of winning four championships at UConn — and coach Geno Auriemma would pass the legendary John Wooden with 11 NCAA titles.
“I’ll let the people who write the history decide where I fit in,” Geno Auriemma said after leading UConn’s women to a third straight championship Tuesday night.
Chris Mullin’s job just got a whole lot easier. St. John’s rookie head coach will have his big man on the court next season, according to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein.
Nothing much changes for Duke except the star players Mike Krzyzewski recruits. It’s a program of consistency. It’s a program that has become the model for others.
John Wooden is somewhat of the ‘Gold Standard’ when it comes to coaching college basketball — or any sport for that matter.
While the white-hot drama of a Duke-Kentucky, Coach K vs. Coach Cal matchup would have been irresistible, the long-term impact trumps the ephemeral thrill.
Duke languished in the shadows of Kentucky all season, the big blue juggernaut that nobody seemed to be talking about.
It was a perfect presser and stroll down the years at St. John’s. Rookie coach Chris Mullin looked great yesterday, but it won’t matter much if he doesn’t produce tomorrow.
The school’s all-time leading scorer was introduced as its new coach Wednesday in front of an adoring audience of several hundred fans at Carnesecca Arena.
The Huskies head coach will be abiding by a travel ban ordered by Connecticut’s governor because of Indiana’s new religious-objections law, the school has announced.
Today marks the 30 year anniversary of Villanova’s improbable upset over Georgetown to win the 1985 college basketball national championship…
“Obviously, it’s a surreal experience,” Mullin said in a statement Tuesday. “This is a role I have been preparing for all of my life.”
Matt Abdelmassih was considered Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg’s top recruiter, helping sign Royce White, DeAndre Kane and current starter Jameel McKay.