Kelly Greenberg resigns after being accused of bullying


"I do not agree with some of the findings of the review panel regarding my coaching style, which was intended to produce well-rounded athletes and a winning team," Kelly Greenberg said. "€œHowever, given all that has transpired, I do not believe that it will be possible for me to continue as an effective coach at Boston University."

BU Today

NCAA approves unlimited meals and other well-being provisions


"Today we took action to provide meals to student-athletes incidental to participation," Council chair Mary Mulvenna said. "I think the end result is right where it needs to be."


New York Liberty to acquire Tina Charles in blockbuster deal


"@tinacharles31 traded to @nyliberty for 1st round pick this year and next as well as Kelsey Bone according to @AP sources"

Doug Feinberg of the AP

UConn coach Geno Auriemma on playing in the AAC conference


"I respect certain teams," UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. "I don’t respect conferences. A lot of teams playing in big-time conferences haven’t won a damn thing in their careers. So I’d rather be in our conference and win them all instead of being in another conference."

New York Times

June Daugherty receives contract extention


"June, her staff and the entire team are to be commended for a truly fine season," said WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos. "Reaching the postseason for the first time in 23 years is a notable achievement. I’m looking forward to watching this program continue to improve in the years to come."

Washington State Athletics

USA Volleyball selects BYU's Jennifer Hamson for U.S. Collegiate National Team


USA Volleyball has selected 36 athletes to participate in the U.S. Collegiate National Team (CNT) program that will train and compete in conjunction with the USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships from June 22 to July 1 in Minneapolis...After the training portion of the program, the 36 athletes will be divided into three equal teams which will compete in a round-robin event June 27-30. The round-robin event may add an international team to increase the field to four teams that would complete June 26-30. This program is considered a second tryout for the U.S. Women’s National Team.

From USAV Selects Roster for U.S. Collegiate National Team-GJNC via

6-foot-7 BYU center and 2014 WNBA draft prospect Jennifer Hamson has been selected for the U.S. Collegiate National Team, which will compete this summer. Hamson has said publicly that she plans to return to BYU this fall to use her final year of volleyball eligibility after redshirting this season to focus on basketball.

For more on 2014 WNBA prospects, check out our WNBA draft prospect watch storystream.

Minnesota has fired Pam Borton


"I am grateful for my 12 seasons at the University of Minnesota," said Pam Borton. "I want to thank my players and staff over the years. We’ve accomplished a lot together and they have made the experience truly special. I want to give a special thanks to our current players and staff. They are a great group and I have enjoyed coaching and working with them every day."

Minnesota Athletics

Alyssa Thomas draws high praise from Army coach Dave Magarity


"I haven't been in the women's game that long. I came from the men's side. I coached the number two pick in the NBA draft, Rik Smits in college. She is one of the best players I have ever seen. In terms of her instincts, her ability. What an unbelievable nose for the ball. Just tremendous. She's so good in person. I knew she was good watching her on tape but I hadn't seen her live before. So that was in some ways a treat as a basketball person. It wasn't a lot of fun for these guys [indicating his players]. She's just unbelievable. But we did a pretty good job I thought of keeping her in front of us. We forced her into a couple of tough shots. We doubled her whenever we could. But to her credit, she had four assists. She found people. She's so unselfish. And she still goes for a double double."

From "Ferocious defense and hot shooting propelled Terps past Army 90-52" via Todd Carton of SB Nation's Testudo Times.

MAC player of the year, Crystal Bradford, out for the MAC tourney


"This is a tough, tough loss for our program," said Central Michigan coach Sue Guevara. "I feel horrible that this happened to someone that has worked as hard as Crystal has all season."

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Indiana Fever statement on trading Erin Phillips


Krauskopf continued, "Erin is going into the final year of her contract and this trade allows us to bring in another young player through the draft, as well as add a young post player with Lynetta Kizer. Lynetta is a 6’4" post player who can score inside and out. She gives us significant help with interior scoring and rebounding."

From "Fever Lands Additional First Round Pick and Post Player In Trade with Phoenix" via
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