Big 12 happenings

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2020 VERBAL COMMIT
Precious Johnson

6-4 Forward Sterling HS in Bayport TX
I can't figure out who this is? I can't seem to find any info about her....can you help me out?
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2020 VERBAL COMMIT
Precious Johnson

6-4 Forward Sterling HS in Bayport TX
I can't figure out who this is? I can't seem to find any info about her....can you help me out?


July 27, 2018

2020 Precious Johnson
6-4 Texas Phenoms Red
"WNBA frame, good hands, finishes well, runs floor, rebounds both ends. DI Prospect. Room for growth."

- Evaluation by BallN Prep
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USA BASKETBALL 3X3
Sept 21, 2019

"A team of Sooners advanced in USA Basketball's 3x3 qualifying tournament after winning the South Regional in Atlanta, Ga. on Saturday. The team of Mandy Simpson, Gabby Gregory, Madi Williams and Taylor Robertson advanced to the USA Basketball 3X3 Nationals, which will be held in the spring as part of the qualification process for the 2020 Olympics.

After winning one of 22 national qualifying tournaments in San Antonio, Texas, last weekend, the Sooners went undefeated again on Saturday to win one of four Regionals. The victory gives them an automatic berth in the 3x3 Nationals, where 24 women's teams will compete for the national championship and a chance at representing USA Basketball in 3x3 at the 2020 Olympics.

The Sooners won a thriller in the championship game, defeating a group of athletes from James Madison, 21-18. Simpson clinched the victory with a game-ending layup off an assist from Gregory to punch their ticket to the 3x3 Nationals."

- Oklahoma WBB website
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2020 RECRUITING
Jayla Kelly

"Top-80 ranked Jayla Kelly, 6-3 C, Parkway Central HS Chesterfield MO has announced her commitment to Missouri, their first 2020 commit. Her other finalists were Missouri State, Northwestern, Purdue, Saint Louis, and TCU."

- Raoul twitter feed, 22 Sept 2019
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USA BASKETBALL 3X3
Sept 16, 2019

"Kansas State sent a four-woman squad to Queen College in New York City over the weekend and the Wildcats returned with some hardware, as the Red Bull USA Basketball 3X East Regional champions.

K-State was represented by senior Jasauen Beard, junior Rachel Ranke, sophomore Christianna Carr and redshirt freshman Ayoka Lee. The Wildcats captured Pool B play with a pair of wins. With the Pool B crown, K-State automatically advanced to the semifinals. The Wildcats then cruised through the semifinals and secured the title with a 21-10 win over Team Fordham, a delegation from Fordham University.

"The experience was surreal," said Jasauen Beard. "The way we played together was amazing, the outcome was amazing. Just the feeling of knowing we qualified for USA 3x3 Nationals and knowing that there is a chance we could play for Team USA in the Olympics is still unbelievable. I can honestly say that I am extremely thankful and proud of my team because hard work truly pays off."

- Kansas State WBB website
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2020 RECRUITING
Assistant coach Jhasmin Player

International recruiting in Sweden

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GAME DATE CHANGE
vs Stanford


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Danielle Wilson is who you're thinking of.
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Yes. I recalled it later but figured you and I were the only ones who knew what we were talking about..ha ha..really wished she could have played with Griner. Would have been Dynamic tandem..
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2020 VERBAL COMMIT
Taylen Collins

6-1 Guard from Muldrow OK
Her father, Terry Collins, started on Oklahoma State 1995 Final 4 MBB team
4 other finalists: Arizona State, Arkansas, Kentucky and Texas A&M

- Mike Brown, Tulsa World, 30 Sept 2019
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DISMISSED FROM TEAM
Eternati Willock
Update

"Willock signed with Kansas State back in 2016 and was dismissed from the team in 2017.

Middle Tennessee State will be without of one of their top pickups from the offseason as junior center Eternati Willock is no longer on the team according to head coach Rick Insell.

"Unfortunately, things did not work out here for Eternati," Insell said. "We wish Eternati the best in her future endeavors."

She signed with MTSU back in April 2019 after she spent the season playing at New Mexico Junior College. With the Thunderbirds she averaged 12.5 points per game and 7.4 rebounds per game."

- Excerpt from Joseph Spears, Murfreesboro Daily News Journal, 4 Oct 2019
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2020 RECRUITING
Nnenna Agnes Emma-Nnopu

"I congratulate Agnes Emma-Nnopu as she heads across the Pacific to the USA on her official visits."

- Samantha Tomlinson, Aussie Basketball USA Pathways, 25 Sept 2019
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FORMER PLAYER
Destiny Littleton

Note Baylor will play South Carolina on November 30

"Littleton is waiting on an NCAA waiver to grant her immediate eligibility at South Carolina after she transferred from Texas this offseason. If she gets it, it seems likely she'll work her way into the rotation in some form or fashion. She's known as a pure scoring threat and could form a three-guard backcourt with Harris and Henderson or help lead the second unit.

But given the NCAA's often arbitrary and slow decision-making process, the Gamecocks can't count on having her by the start of the season."

- Greg Hadley, The State, 3 Oct 2019
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USA BASKETBALL 3X3
Interview Video

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2021 RECRUITING
Chantae Embry


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OFFICIAL VISIT for 2020 Recruit
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Attendees for the 2019 Big 12 Women's Basketball Tipoff in Kansas City have been announced. A total of 22 student-athletes and the league's 10 head coaches will be at the annual media event which is scheduled for Tuesday, October 22, at Kansas City's Municipal Auditorium and Convention Center.

Baylor Head Coach Kim Mulkey
Lauren Cox, Juicy Landrum & Moon Ursin

Iowa State Head Coach Bill Fennelly
Adriana Camber, Kristin Scott & Madison Wise

Kansas Head Coach Brandon Schneider
Bailey Helgren & Brooklyn Mitchell

Kansas State Head Coach Jeff Mittie
Jasauen Beard & Angela Harris

Oklahoma Head Coach Sherri Coale
Ana Llanusa & Taylor Robertson

Oklahoma State Head Coach Jim Littell
Ja'Mee Asberry & Vivian Gray

TCU Head Coach Raegan Pebley
Lauren Heard & Kianna Ray

Texas Head Coach Karen Aston
Joyner Holmes & Sug Sutton

Texas Tech Head Coach Marlene Stollings
Brittany Brewer & Chrislyn Carr

West Virginia Head Coach Mike Carey
Kari Niblack & Lucky Rudd

- BIG 12 WBB website, 8 Oct 2019
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2019 WNBA CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Ariel Atkins

"You've got Ariel Atkins, who oh, man, I just love her game. LEFTY. I love it. In all seriousness, I don't think AA gets enough credit. She's a great defender, and takes on a tough challenge every night at that end, which is such a key role on a team like this. And she's an underrated shooter, too, the type of player where I think you'll see her percentages go up in the years to come. Ariel is a beast."

- NBA Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal, The Players' Tribune, 6 Oct 2019

Note If you enjoy reading in-depth articles about athletes, I recommend The Players' Tribune website. It is one of my favorite oasis spots for leisurely reading on the web.
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2019 WNBA CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Bria Holmes


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2019-20 PRESEASON POLL
BIG 12 Conference

1. Baylor (9) 81
2. Texas (1) 71
3. West Virginia 66
4. Iowa State 49
5. Kansas State 47
6. Oklahoma State 39
7. Oklahoma 34
8. TCU 27
9. Texas Tech 26
10. Kansas 10

.. First place votes in parentheses
.. Coaches not allowed to vote for their own team

- BIG 12 WBB website, 10 Oct 2019
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Awesome.
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Kim giving Astin some respect w that vote?
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Coaches can't vote for their own teams. Conventional wisdom says Texas will come in second. A vote from an overwhelmingly chosen first place team's coach is basically saying to the team that receives her/his vote, "Hope you like seconds..."
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Kim voted Texas #1 in conference
Karen Aston voted Baylor #1 in conference
Mutual respect.

But I think Baylor goes 18-0 in the conference again this year -- on their way to a National Championship repeat.
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Baylor Dad in Va. said:

Kim voted Texas #1 in conference, and Baylor last.
Karen Aston voted Baylor #1 in conference and Texas last.
Mutual respect.

But I think Baylor goes 18-0 in the conference again this year -- on their way to a National Championship repeat.


Yeah I just noticed that's exactly what happened according to those numbers

Why wouldn't they vote themselves second instead of last though?
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Florda_mike said:

Baylor Dad in Va. said:

Kim voted Texas #1 in conference, and Baylor last.
Karen Aston voted Baylor #1 in conference and Texas last.
Mutual respect.

But I think Baylor goes 18-0 in the conference again this year -- on their way to a National Championship repeat.


Yeah I just noticed that's exactly what happened according to those numbers

Why wouldn't they vote themselves second instead of last though?
My statement is faulty. Coaches can't vote for themselves, so there is "no vote" for their team from them. Nine votes with a value of 9 for first place 9 x 9 = 81
There has to be no vote for their own team - i.e. 0
So we don't know where they voted their own team.
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Fun Fact

There are only five (5) current Big 12 players who have been on a team that has beaten the Lady Bears.

Holmes, Higgs, Sutton and Underwood at Texas; Martin at West Virginia.

Both games happened in LC's and Juicy's freshman year.

In their three years at Baylor, LC and Juicy are 61-2 against Big 12 teams.

ISU 0-7
KU 0-6
KSU 0-9
OU 0-6
OSU 0-6
TCU 0-7
UT 1-6
TT 0-8
WVU 1-6

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Baylor Dad in Va. said:

Florda_mike said:

Baylor Dad in Va. said:

Kim voted Texas #1 in conference, and Baylor last.
Karen Aston voted Baylor #1 in conference and Texas last.
Mutual respect.

But I think Baylor goes 18-0 in the conference again this year -- on their way to a National Championship repeat.


Yeah I just noticed that's exactly what happened according to those numbers

Why wouldn't they vote themselves second instead of last though?
My statement is faulty. Coaches can't vote for themselves, so there is "no vote" for their team from them. Nine votes with a value of 9 for first place 9 x 9 = 81
There has to be no vote for their own team - i.e. 0
So we don't know where they voted their own team.

Also, not every other coach voted Texas #2. With Mulkey's #1 vote, Texas would have totaled 73 points (8X8 + 1X9). Whereas, Baylor was a unanimous #1. 9X9.
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Malbec said:

Baylor Dad in Va. said:

Florda_mike said:

Baylor Dad in Va. said:

Kim voted Texas #1 in conference, and Baylor last.
Karen Aston voted Baylor #1 in conference and Texas last.
Mutual respect.

But I think Baylor goes 18-0 in the conference again this year -- on their way to a National Championship repeat.


Yeah I just noticed that's exactly what happened according to those numbers

Why wouldn't they vote themselves second instead of last though?
My statement is faulty. Coaches can't vote for themselves, so there is "no vote" for their team from them. Nine votes with a value of 9 for first place 9 x 9 = 81
There has to be no vote for their own team - i.e. 0
So we don't know where they voted their own team.

Also, not every other coach voted Texas #2. With Mulkey's #1 vote, Texas would have totaled 73 points (8X8 + 1X9). Whereas, Baylor was a unanimous #1. 9X9.
All very true. Texas was not a unanimous #2 choice.

Actually Texas received 1 vote from Kim for 1st,
6 votes for 2nd place,
and 2 votes for 3rd place (6x8 + 2x7 + 1x9) = 71

West Virginia received the other three 2nd place votes (6x7 + 3x8) = 66
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OFFICIAL VISIT for 2020 Recruit
Khyla Wade-Warren

6-2 Forward
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So Cox and Landrum have lost more games against the handful Pac-12 teams they plan than three years in the Big-12? Crazy to think about.
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UNOFFICIAL VISIT for 2023 Recruiting
Emily Monson

5-10 guard
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2020 RECRUITING
Dontavia Waggoner

6-0 Wing. Ranked #28 Prospects Nation. Lebanon TN.
Also visited Virginia Tech.
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Are we recruiting any of those players?
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2020 RECRUITING
Kamilla Cardosa

Oct 11, 2019
"Kamilla Cardosa is on an official visit at West Virginia this weekend."

- Tim Lownsdale, TN Report

Official visits scheduled per Raoul twitter feed
Mississippi State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Syracuse & West Virginia
 
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