Tiana Mangakahia, a WNBA prospect and Australian national team member, will get one more year with Syracuse.
After missing last season for breast cancer treatment, Syracuse point guard Tiana Mangakahia has been granted an NCAA eligibility extension and is back with the Orange for her final year. Mangakahia was diagnosed in June 2019 and went through eight rounds of chemotherapy and two operations. Mangakahia put her WNBA ambitions on hold in April 2019 and chose to return to Syracuse for her final year of eligibility.
Texas Tech softball coach Adrian Gregory resigned Tuesday, saying only that it was ''best to part ways'' amid a report that the program is the subject of school inquiry into the well-being of its players. Athletic director Kirby Hocutt announced the move without explanation. Gregory had just completed her sixth season at Texas Tech.