Post-Paris twin era under way at OU
Sooners will shift to guard-oriented, fast-paced attack
In the "life goes on" department, we look to Oklahoma, which made the program's second trip to the Final Four last season. In Courtney Paris, the Sooners lose the Big 12's all-time leader in scoring, rebounding, blocked shots and double-doubles. Gone also is her twin, Ashley, who averaged nearly a double-double herself last season.
Just as Courtney leaves, the next projected superstar center -- Baylor's Brittney Griner -- is coming into the Big 12. Kim Mulkey's crew was picked by the ...
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2009-10 Season Preview
Get ready for 2009-10 with ESPN.com's women's college basketball preview.
Friday, Nov. 13• ESPN.com's Preseason All-America teams
• Moore is preseason player of year (again)
• Voepel: Baylor's Griner set for debut
• Voepel: Spartans ready to move on in Big Ten
Thursday, Nov. 12• Voepel: UConn's Charles all-business
• Hays: Greene fits holes, roles for Huskies
Wednesday, Nov. 11• Top five players at each position
• Voepel: A difficult decision
• Hays: Players to watch
• Voepel: OU shifts to guard-oriented attack
Tuesday, Nov. 10• Hays: Appel leads Stanford
• Voepel: Academics first for Ogwumike
• Hays: Mid-major top 10
Monday, Nov. 9• ESPN.com preseason top 10
• Voepel: Five questions
• Hays: Teams to watch