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PostPosted: 10/12/21 2:16 pm    ::: Pac-12 Media Day 2021 Reply Reply with quote

Media day on now: https://pac-12.com/womens-basketball/media-day-2021

Preseason Coaches Poll
1. Stanford (11) - 121
2. Oregon (1) - 108
3. UCLA - 101
4. Oregon State - 86
5. Arizona - 83
6. Washington State - 70
7. Colorado - 65
8. Arizona State - 47
9. USC - 45
10T. Utah - 25
10T. Washington - 25
12. California - 16



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PostPosted: 10/12/21 4:11 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Washington press conference

https://youtu.be/GO2OJJ2bnRY

Tina Langely, Nancy Mulkey, Haley Van Dyke



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PostPosted: 10/12/21 4:16 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

USC

https://youtu.be/ixp9OEn8qk8

Lindsey Gotlieb, Jordan Sanders, Alissa Pili



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PostPosted: 10/13/21 12:01 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

...and now to post the links for the programs that didn't have new coaches this year. Razz


Arizona

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62iWSTb4G5U

Adia Barnes, Sam Thomas, Cate Reese

* * *

Arizona State

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpa3MDbXpvM

Charli Turner Thorne, Taya Hanson, Jaddan Simmons

* * *

California

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_F1kMLjLeo

Charmin Smith, Dalayah Daniels, Leilani McIntosh

* * *

Colorado

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdLMYko_p50

JR Payne, Mya Hollingshed, Jaylyn Sherrod

* * *

Oregon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCWCJosmw3c

Kelly Graves, Nyara Sabally, Te-Hina Paopao

* * *

Oregon State

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xnhhl4q9tRA

Scott Rueck, Talia von Oelhoffen, Taylor Jones

* * *

Stanford

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBQ8i06H5Rk

Tara VanDerveer, Haley Jones, Lexie Hull

* * *

UCLA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aGaZEom1Pk

Cori Close, Charisma Osborne, Gina Conti

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Utah

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZD8fMZSo638

Lynne Roberts, Brynna Maxwell, Kemery Martín

* * *

Washington State

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEjuy5TVyLw

Kamie Ethridge, Charlisse Leger-Walker, Krystal Leger-Walker



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PostPosted: 10/13/21 3:01 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
Washington press conference

https://youtu.be/GO2OJJ2bnRY

Tina Langley, Nancy Mulkey, Haley Van Dyke


I have to admit, when Nancy Mulkey was talking about how rare it was to find a coach (in Coach Langley) who cares for you just as much off the court as they do on it, my first instinct was to consider that shade thrown at Sherri Coale, her first college coach at Oklahoma. Razz Mulkey showcased her personality quite well in that interview! I love how expressive & at times downright goofy she was ("we'll wait" lmao my new default response to any given question tbh). I don't recall her being like that when I watched her episode of My Giant Life on TLC a couple years ago now!

For Haley Van Dyke, I liked how her little stint in the transfer portal was quickly addressed. It really seems like she has bought into the culture & vision Langley is trying to build & sell, after she made it seem like she almost didn't give Langley a chance. I wish a couple of her other now-former teammates gave Langley a chance – alas, c'est la vie. In a different article, Van Dyke called this new program a "night and day difference" to what she is used to, akin to a "professional setting" which she sounds like she's thriving in. (And a part of me wants to believe that that is some shade thrown at her former coach as well. Twisted Evil ) I wonder if she would've stayed had Wynn been retained – it kinda seemed to me like she might not have – but, who's to say. Can't wait for the season to start next month – it's the first time in a few years that I've felt excited about having no idea what to expect with this team. Smile


It would appear that there are accidentally two threads of this topic. Perhaps a mod who sees this can combine threads or something – if anyone really cares.



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PostPosted: 10/13/21 2:28 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
Washington press conference

https://youtu.be/GO2OJJ2bnRY

Tina Langely, Nancy Mulkey, Haley Van Dyke


I swear Nancy Mulkey is 33 years old.


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PostPosted: 10/13/21 2:53 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stormeo wrote:




It would appear that there are accidentally two threads of this topic. Perhaps a mod who sees this can combine threads or something – if anyone really cares.


maybe pickeled can retitle this one as P12 Media Day instead.


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PostPosted: 10/13/21 3:30 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
Stormeo wrote:




It would appear that there are accidentally two threads of this topic. Perhaps a mod who sees this can combine threads or something – if anyone really cares.


maybe pickeled can retitle this one as P12 Media Day instead.


Check.

Having watched all the interviews, I have never been more excited about this conference. Every team except maybe Arizona should be as good or better than last year, and that's saying something. Also so impressed by the poise and eloquence of these young ladies.



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PostPosted: 10/13/21 5:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

PUmatty wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Washington press conference

https://youtu.be/GO2OJJ2bnRY

Tina Langley, Nancy Mulkey, Haley Van Dyke


I swear Nancy Mulkey is 33 years old.


Laughing She's been around the block for a hot minute now. She was originally part of the Class of 2016 (Sabrina Ionescu's class). Ironically, her last game with Oklahoma was in the NCAA Tourney's Round of 32, where she played 10 minutes in a road loss to – who else – that same Husky team she's on now, led by Kelsey Plum (amongst others). She even mentioned playing against Plum in that game in the interview!

PickledGinger wrote:
Having watched all the interviews, I have never been more excited about this conference. Every team except maybe Arizona should be as good or better than last year, and that's saying something. Also so impressed by the poise and eloquence of these young ladies.


I would generally agree. I'm not sold that WSU will keep up its success, unless more players alongside CLW step up their games, which is certainly possible – though teams will see the Cougs coming this year. I also think this will be Lynne Roberts' last year with Utah, as they haven't done a whole lot the past several years (and lost a couple key players after last season). And Colorado hasn't done a whole lot either – though if the Buffs can get the transfers they stole from the Huskies to be eligible, that should boost them up quite a bit. Confused



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I would generally agree. I'm not sold that WSU will keep up its success, unless more players alongside CLW step up their games, which is certainly possible – though teams will see the Cougs coming this year. I also think this will be Lynne Roberts' last year with Utah, as they haven't done a whole lot the past several years (and lost a couple key players after last season). And Colorado hasn't done a whole lot either – though if the Buffs can get the transfers they stole from the Huskies to be eligible, that should boost them up quite a bit. Confused


100% agree about Roberts. They'll be improved but not enough to get better than everyone else who's also getting better. Also the eligibility thing shouldn't be an issue with the new one-time transfer rule. I think the Buffs will get to the NCAAs this year, and that will probably buy JR Payne a couple more seasons, but if they don't I agree they should look for a change. I'd suck to be Tam Sadller or Quay Miller to lose your coach one season after transfering because you lost your coach.



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PickledGinger wrote:
Stormeo wrote:

I would generally agree. I'm not sold that WSU will keep up its success, unless more players alongside CLW step up their games, which is certainly possible – though teams will see the Cougs coming this year. I also think this will be Lynne Roberts' last year with Utah, as they haven't done a whole lot the past several years (and lost a couple key players after last season). And Colorado hasn't done a whole lot either – though if the Buffs can get the transfers they stole from the Huskies to be eligible, that should boost them up quite a bit. Confused


100% agree about Roberts. They'll be improved but not enough to get better than everyone else who's also getting better. Also the eligibility thing shouldn't be an issue with the new one-time transfer rule. I think the Buffs will get to the NCAAs this year, and that will probably buy JR Payne a couple more seasons, but if they don't I agree they should look for a change. It'd suck to be Tam Sadler or Quay Miller to lose your coach one season after transferring because you lost your coach.


I was under the impression that the one-time transfer rule thing won't actually take effect until after the 2021-22 season, but ooh if that's not the case, then at least that means Lauren Schwartz will be available for the Huskies, too!



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PostPosted: 10/14/21 9:48 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stormeo wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Washington press conference

https://youtu.be/GO2OJJ2bnRY

Tina Langley, Nancy Mulkey, Haley Van Dyke


I have to admit, when Nancy Mulkey was talking about how rare it was to find a coach (in Coach Langley) who cares for you just as much off the court as they do on it, my first instinct was to consider that shade thrown at Sherri Coale, her first college coach at Oklahoma.


Fairly obvious, imo. And always a bit sad for me, cuz Coale USTA be that kinda coach. Back in the day, she demonstrated tremendous success and leadership until....she didn't.



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PostPosted: 10/14/21 11:01 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stormeo wrote:
PickledGinger wrote:
Stormeo wrote:

I would generally agree. I'm not sold that WSU will keep up its success, unless more players alongside CLW step up their games, which is certainly possible – though teams will see the Cougs coming this year. I also think this will be Lynne Roberts' last year with Utah, as they haven't done a whole lot the past several years (and lost a couple key players after last season). And Colorado hasn't done a whole lot either – though if the Buffs can get the transfers they stole from the Huskies to be eligible, that should boost them up quite a bit. Confused


100% agree about Roberts. They'll be improved but not enough to get better than everyone else who's also getting better. Also the eligibility thing shouldn't be an issue with the new one-time transfer rule. I think the Buffs will get to the NCAAs this year, and that will probably buy JR Payne a couple more seasons, but if they don't I agree they should look for a change. It'd suck to be Tam Sadler or Quay Miller to lose your coach one season after transferring because you lost your coach.


I was under the impression that the one-time transfer rule thing won't actually take effect until after the 2021-22 season, but ooh if that's not the case, then at least that means Lauren Schwartz will be available for the Huskies, too!


The one-time transfer rule did take effect this season, but they had to declare before July 1, I think. In the future, I think it will be May 1. I could be wrong on the dates. 🙃


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PostPosted: 10/14/21 3:34 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Hoopsmom wrote:
Stormeo wrote:
I was under the impression that the one-time transfer rule thing won't actually take effect until after the 2021-22 season, but ooh if that's not the case, then at least that means Lauren Schwartz will be available for the Huskies, too!


The one-time transfer rule did take effect this season, but they had to declare before July 1, I think. In the future, I think it will be May 1. I could be wrong on the dates. 🙃


Thank you! No, upon further research, I think you're right about that July 1 date for this year only and May 1 moving forward. I think I got confused initially because I heard of some transfers trying to get waivers to play this season, not knowing that they had previously transferred to a different school before transferring to wherever they're at now. Messy, messy!



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