- With the women’s basketball season winding down, movement starts to happen on coaching staffs across the country. The Kansas Jayhawks are no exception as Aqua Franklin and Tory Verdi both have taken new jobs. Franklin accepted a job at Texas A&M, while Verdi took the head coaching position at Eastern Michigan. Here’s WIBIW’s story on Verdi’s departure.
- In other Kansas news, senior Aishah Sutherland will have a chance at making a WNBA squad. Here’s the University Daily Kansan’s Kathleen Gier’s story on when the Perris, Calf. native will try out with the Atlanta Dream this weekend.
- Not only are coaches on the move, but so are players. Jason Kersey of the Oklahoman talks about three players transferring from Oklahoma State, including Jenni Bryan to another in-state school, Oral Roberts.
- The women’s national team took a big hit when Baylor’s junior post Brittney Griner decided not to play for the U.S women’s team in London this summer. Here’s a link to the Associated Press article.
NOTE: This story will always be from outside the Big 12 women’s athletics.
- The Kangaroos of University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) found a new coach for their women’s basketball program this week. Umkckangaroos.com introduces Marsha Frese.