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She’s been hired as an assistant coach for the Santa Barbara City College men’s team, adding her name to an extremely short list of women on a men’s college basketball program coaching staff.
Sabrina Ionescu capped off a unprecedented college career by entering an exclusive club.
Sabrina Ionescu had 20 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds to lead No. 3 Oregon to an 89-56 victory over No. 7 Stanford in the women’s Pac 12 tournament title game.
Since the West Coast Conference Tournament moved to Las Vegas more than a decade ago, Gonzaga has been one of the best bets in town.
The Naismith list will be narrowed down to 10 semifinalists on March 4, and the finalists will be revealed on March 19.
For the Gonzaga women’s basketball program this past decade, the ride never stopped.
The journey is complete. Oti Gildon and Kelly Graves are in the Final Four.
Oregon and coach Kelly Graves are going into the Final Four as the only newcomers, surrounded by three women’s teams that have won multiple national championships.
In a year full of superlatives for the Gonzaga women, it’s time to offer another: This was without doubt the best regular season in school history.
Sabrina Ionescu had 27 points, nine rebounds and eight assists, and No. 3 Oregon used stellar defense to extend its NCAA-best winning streak to 16 games by running away from 11th-ranked Stanford 88-48 to snap a 29-game losing streak at Maples Pavilion.
The NCAA has imposed two years of probation on Oregon after finding the school violated rules related to the men’s and women’s basketball teams and the track and field program.
Losing coach Kelly Graves called it before the game: The toughest team will win. All season long and again on Monday night, that was Notre Dame, which outfought Graves’ Oregon Ducks, 84-74, in the NCAA women’s regionals at the Arena.
Two years ago, Oregon freshman guard Satou Sabally was a promising international player in Germany. She was on the radar of several major programs, but apparently they weren’t on hers.
Coaches are paid to worry. Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw is fretting about her team’s defense on the 3-point line. Oregon’s Kelly Graves is stressing about rebounding.
The base of the coaching ladder is littered with names of those who weren’t able to make that next step – lower-level head coaches who couldn’t find the same success at a bigger school or assistants who struggled in their first head coaching job. And then there is Kelly Graves, a shining example of movin’ on up.
Oregon backup forward Oti Gildon got a big lift out of playing in her home town. Then she channeled that energy into a big performance for the Oregon Ducks on Saturday.
Expect to see a few “Welcome back, Kelly Graves” signs this weekend at the Spokane Arena.
Oti Gildon cut her basketball teeth in several gyms across Spokane. She’s looking forward to playing for the first time in Spokane’s biggest venue.
And unless Gonzaga do something about it, Brittany McPhee will be in her comfort zone on Saturday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, willing her Stanford teammates to another big win.
There were five teams vying for the four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament on Monday, and when the music stopped, Baylor was left without a chair.