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Conference play begins as the holidays end

Happy Holidays everyone! This was a bit of a short week for the women's hoops world with schools being on break to allow students to head home for winter break but that still doesn't mean that nothing happened. With conference play beginning across the country within the next 7 days, teams should be ready to buckle down and battle over the course of the next couple months.

Texas clips A&M, hot start reaches 10-0

Texas used a steel-like resolve to dig deep and knock off in-state rival Gary Blair and Texas A&M in the SEC/Big 12 challenge. Also! Week 2 of our player of the year rankings.

A look at the college hoops season so far

Debuting the new college player of the year rankings, Pat Friday takes a look at a few factors that have proven themselves relevant so far in women's college hoops so far.

MS State Women's Hoops Wants Your Attention

Led by a nationally ranked recruiting class, Vic Shaefer's Bulldogs look to take advantage of all the extra exposure a successful football program brings and garner some attention for themselves in the Preseason WNIT tipoff tournament.

Weekend Recap: Plum's 45, Dayton, UCLA drop two

A look at the 10 most intriguing games from opening weekend in women's college hoops. From UConn's trip out west to UCLA coming east and struggling to take care of the ball or defend without fouling.

LSU, UCLA upset in season openers

A look into action on opening day of the college basketball season. A look-in on scores of completed games including Arkansas Little Rock's road upset win over Nikki Caldwell's team in Baton Rouge, and UCLA's loss on the road to JMU.

A look into the upcoming season of women's hoops

ESPN analysts Rebecca Lobo and Kara Lawson joined several writers along with Rachel Siegel of ESPN for a preseason conference call to kick off an exciting season of women's college hoops. Our own Pat Friday joined the call and here's what he heard.

Team USA preview: Who should make the roster?

A preview of my envisionment of the Team USA makeup for the World Championships starting Septermber 27th. A balance of veterans with gold medal experience with new faces looking to make their mark in USA basketball history.

Catchings, Parker, Wright withdraw from USA pool

3-time Olympic gold medalist and Fever forward Tamika Catchings has chosen to withdraw from the USA basketball camp for the World Championships in Turkey. LA forward Candace Parker and Lynx guard Monica Wright also pulled their names out.

A position-by-position look at the Finals matchups

Here's a deeper look into the matchups that could go a long way in determining who takes control in this series. Including positional matchups and additional factors, here's a peek at how these squads shake out before we begin championship play.