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Sheryl Swoopes part of latest Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame class

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Three-time Olympic gold medalist Sheryl Swoopes headlines the latest Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame class. The six-person class announced Sunday also includes official Sally Bell, Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women founder Christine Grant, Middle Tennessee coach Rick Insell, former Southern Connecticut State coach Louise O’Neal and Olympic...
Via The Denver Post
February 12, 2017

Texas Tech's Sheryl Swoopes headlines Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Three-time Olympic gold medalist Sheryl Swoopes headlines the latest Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class. The six-person class announced Sunday also includes official Sally Bell, Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women founder Christine Grant, Middle Tennessee coach Rick Insell, former Southern Connecticut State coach Louise O'Neal and Olympic...
Via Associated Press
February 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Swoopes part of latest Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Three-time Olympic gold medalist Sheryl Swoopes headlines the latest Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class. The six-person class announced Sunday also includes official Sally Bell, Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women founder Christine Grant, Middle Tennessee coach Rick Insell, former Southern Connecticut State coach Louise O'Neal and Olympic...
Via Associated Press
February 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Swoopes headlines Women's Basketball Hall of Fame finalists

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Sheryl Swoopes headlines the 12 finalists for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. The list was announced Monday. The six-member class of 2017 will be revealed Feb. 12 and enshrined this summer. Swoopes was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame last fall. She starred at Texas Tech and in the WNBA. Swoopes also won three Olympic gold...
Via Associated Press
January 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Sheryl Swoopes feels 'vindicated' despite losing college coaching job

Sheryl Swoopes said she felt ''vindicated'' by the result of a 2 1/2-month investigation conducted by Loyola two days after she was let go by the school.''It's my hope that the student-athletes will be provided a full explanation of what has unfolded,'' she said in a statement Tuesday. ''As students, they deserve truth and transparency. All I can say at this point is that I do feel...
Via Associated Press
July 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Former Loyola player says Sheryl Swoopes made her feel ‘humiliated’

The Loyola University basketball program and its head coach, Sheryl Swoopes, is under investigation after multiple allegations of mistreatment were made. 10 of 12 players for the team have elected not to return to the program and requested releases from their contracts with Loyola. Former player Cate Soan told ABC’s “Good Morning America” in a segment broadcast Thursday that...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Loyola (Ill.) examining allegations of unfair treatment by women's hoops coach Sheryl Swoopes

Loyola University (Ill.) is investigating complaints made against women’s basketball head coach and legendary basketball player Sheryl Swoopes, the school announced Friday. The main reason why the complaints came about is 10 of the team’s 12 returning players have transferred or put in requests to be released from their scholarships, the Chicago Tribune reported yesterday...
Via The Comeback
April 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Loyola coach Sheryl Swoopes being investigated for player mistreatment

Basketball Hall of Famer and Loyola Chicago women’s basketball coach Sheryl Swoopes is under investigation for possible player mistreatment after a number of mass transfers, according to a report from Loyola student newspaper The Phoenix. Per the report, an investigation into Swoopes’ treatment of players was launched after 10 of 12 returning scholarship players opted to transfer...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Sheryl Swoopes' son and Texas Tech commit posterizes 7-foot defender

Sheryl Swoopes must beaming with pride. The former WNBA champion and current head coach of Loyola University Chicago women's basketball team's son is blowing up the Internet right now with a dunk during his high-school baskeball game. But it's just not any dunk. Standing at only 6-foot-1, Jordan Jackson dunked over a 7-footer. Take a look. It's pretty impressive. But Swoopes insists...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Texas Tech starts recruiting cycle with legacy recruit

The Texas Tech Red Raiders have gotten on the board in the 2015 recruiting cycle, as 6′-3″ guard Jordan Jackson of St. Pius X (TX) made a verbal commitment, according to multiple reports. Jackson is the son of Sheryl Swoopes, one of the most decorated women’s basketball players in history, and a former Texas Tech standout. As ...
Via Hoopniks
October 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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