Category Archive: Women’s Basketball

Roser struggles, US rolls in Wildcat-vs-Wildcat gold medal game

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Joe McKeown and Karly Roser faced off in the World University Games gold medal contest.

Northwestern women’s basketball recruiting roundup

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A trio of very athletic recruits join the Wildcats in 2015, and Joe McKeown already has commitments from a pair of posts in the 2016 class.

Shauna Green Named Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

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McKeown adds the former Flyer assistant to his staff to replace Allison Guth

NU Sports Report Card: Winter Quarter

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Part 2 of our report card grades men’s and women’s basketball as well as wrestling.

Examining the Latest College Basketball Rule Changes

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Wondering about those new rule changes in basketball? Drizzy and Goren got you covered.

Alexis Glasgow to transfer from Northwestern to University of Pennsylvania

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Guard Alexis Glasgow has transferred from Northwestern to play for the University of Pennsylvania.

Northwestern Women’s Basketball to face UNC

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Northwestern will travel to UNC for the B1G/ACC Challenge.

Stats Are For Losers Podcast: 5/24

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Ben Goren and Tralon Williams wrap up the baseball, softball, lacrosse, men’s and women’s basketball, and football seasons through numbers.

NU Assistant Allison Guth Named Yale Head Coach

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Allison Guth leaves for Yale, becomes third McKeown NU assistant to earn a head coaching job.

Joe McKeown to coach USA in Women’s World University Games

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NU’s Joe McKeown is having himself a pretty good year.

Northwestern Women’s Basketball Season GIF Review

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Our Jason Dorow (@jasondorow) recaps Northwestern women’s basketball’s spectacular 2014-15 season through gifs. The season ended on a sour note for Northwestern women’s basketball, falling to Arkansas 57-55 in the first round of… Continue reading

Northwestern’s tourney is over, loses 57-55 to Arkansas

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By Ben Goren Northwestern hadn’t been here since what feels like forever, and it showed a little bit. Northwestern’s lead stretched into double digits with under 10 minutes to play, and it felt… Continue reading