No, not that Providence.
- Feb 15, 2019
Geno and Tara seem somewhat old-school compared to contemporary (read: coddling) mores in college basketball. They don't mess around, and they don't sugar-coat. Are international players more willing to be pushed? Are they more comfortable with old school coaching methods? Or is this just a weird coincidence for both coaches? It just seems striking that Geno has gone international twice in a row after not signing any international players for over a decade...?“No matter how hard she pushes you at practice, no matter how much you guys get on each other’s nerves, the tensions are high, you still know at the end of the day that what she’s doing and how hard she’s pushing you is because she believes in you and she wants the best for you,” she said in a phone call.
“Having that trust is one of the things that drew me.”
Yes, 2019 - 2020.She helps for 2019, right?
This is exactly the kind of recruiting news I was hoping to see this week. I like the direction UConn is trending in right now. Let’s hope it continues.WOOHOO!!! This is such great news and will provide much needed depth next year. I suspected this was coming, as did many fans, since it probably had a direct impact on Mikayla's decision to leave. So looking forward to seeing her suit up and play/learn/grow at UCONN!
Yes @Geew1992 she is coming with Aubrey Griffin for next year! I love how she wrote "#bleedblue" at the end of her IG post...
Anna - welcome to the basketball capital of the world. I hope you achieve all your basketball AND personal goals!!!