Category Archives: women’s basketball

Basketball – Which Final Four, and does it matter?

The 2014 March Madness for college basketball has now passed, and now all that is left is the Final Four events for both women and men!  I happen to be at the University of Connecticut this week, of course celebrating … Continue reading

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Celebrating Gloria Steinem!

If you have not found the HBO documentary “Gloria: In Her Own Words” check it out (or put it in your queue for the DVD when it is ready)!  I highly recommend it for a number of reasons!  One is that … Continue reading

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four!

Of course many reading this blog already know this basic information, but for those who are not avid fans, here is the scoop, and along with a bit of my personal commentary!  So it comes down to an interesting lineup … Continue reading

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On a lighter note – March Madness

Today the University of Connecticut Women advanced to the second round in the women’s NCAA tournament!  Now that I live in Stanford country, my affinity for these women is not always greeted with the same enthusiasm that we experience in … Continue reading

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