Inside Women's College Basketball: Anatomy of Two Seasons
Richard G. Kent
Taylor Trade Pub., 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 260 pages
This book, written by five reporters who covered women's basketball for most of the 1990s, follows the exploits of the teams heavily favored to contend for the national championship in 1999-2000: Tennessee, Connecticut, Rutgers, and Notre Dame. The paperback updates the sport through the 2001 season, introducing the reader to the new stars and characters who emerged in 2000-2001. 25 photos.
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Inside women's college basketball: anatomy of a seasonUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Kent (a lawyer who publishes Big East Women's College Basketball Report) and four other sportswriters have collaborated on this book about the 1999-2000 women's basketball season. They focus on four ... Read full review