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Week 14: WHoopDirt.com Coach of the Week presented by Pivot Analysis

By AJ Nelson, WHoopDirt.com staff writer Congratulations to the following coaches who have been selected as the Week 14 WHoopDirt.com Coach of the Week presented by Pivot Analysis. These coaches are now eligible to receive the WHoopDirt.com National Coach of the Year Award presented by Pivot Analysis which will be announced at the conclusion of the 2019-20 college basketball season. To nominate

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Craig Roden Collects 600th Win

Quantesha Patterson and Nia Johnson combined to score 29 points in the second half, Craig Roden notched his 600th career victory as a collegiate head coach, and the Delta State University women’s basketball team defeated the University of West Florida 71-67 on Thursday night at Walter Sillers Coliseum. Lady Statesmen head coach Craig Roden, who earlier in the season became

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Bearing Down In The Paint

How Baylor has gone against the modern offensive trends and is winning the games from the inside-out.   As the use of modern analytics and strategy have become more popular across competitive basketball, we have seen a huge increase in three point shooting and the employment of “pace and space” has reached all levels of

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Whalen receives contract extension at Minnesota

The University of Minnesota and head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Whalen have agreed to a contract extension that will keep Whalen at her alma mater into 2024. The extension became official Friday after being approved at the Board of Regents meeting. One of the most decorated players in women’s basketball history, Whalen returned to the University of

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Quentin Hillsman Earns 300th Win

Syracuse earned head coach Quentin Hillsman‘s 300th win with a convincing 59-51 victory over No. 5 Louisville Sunday afternoon in the Carrier Dome. It was the lowest point total the Cards have had all season and tied the Syracuse record for the largest margin of victory against a top-five opponent in program history (80-72, South

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