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Pingeton Receives Contract Extension at Missouri

Mizzou Athletics has extended the contract of Head Women’s Basketball Coach Robin Pingeton four years, ensuring she will be on the Mizzou sideline through the 2024-25 season. In her ninth season, Pingeton has built Mizzou into a consistent Top-25 team program, leading the Tigers to three consecutive NCAA Tournaments for the first time since 1984-86.

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Dr. Dish Skill Builder: Team Motion Shooting Workout

We’re thrilled to release another TEAM Dr. Dish Skill Builder workout that focuses on shooting, ball handling, and plyometric drills! At Dr. Dish Basketball, we’re always working in the Dish Lab to bring you applicable drills and workouts to incorporate into your practices/workouts. And with the season just beginning, we wanted to showcase a few

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Tartamella Inks Contract Extension at St. Johns

St. John’s Director of Athletics Mike Cragg announced on Monday that Head Women’s Basketball Coach Joe Tartamella has agreed to a contract extension through the 2023-24 season. “My family and I are thrilled to agree to a contract extension with the St. John’s women’s basketball program through the 2023-24 season,” Tartamella said. “The Red Storm

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Joe Haigh takes leave of absence as Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Saint Francis (PA)

Saint Francis University (PA) announced today that Joe Haigh, Women’s Basketball Head Coach, is taking a leave of absence for personal reasons. Director of Athletics Susan Robinson-Fruchtl will serve as interim head coach. She previously served as Saint Francis head coach from 2007-2012. Haigh is 93-100 in his 6+ seasons at St. Francis, including 0-2 this season. The Red

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Pro Shooting Workout with Courtney Boylan-Douglass

Dr. Dish basketball recently caught up with former Big Ten star and professional player Courtney Boylan-Douglass. She’s currently playing overseas basketball for Elitzur Holon which is located in Israel. Courtney, a tremendous leader and vital piece for the University of Michigan was a 4-year player from 2008- 2012. This summer she’s had the opportunity to

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