Bearcats Women's Basketball
Reflecting on a Successful Season for Cincinnati Women’s Basketball
Bearcats finished second place and lost in the AAC Championship Game
Women’s Basketball Upsets UCF, Headed to AAC Final
Women Bearcats are playing in their first AAC Championship Game on Monday
Cincinnati Women’s Basketball Earns 20th Victory Against East Carolina
Cincinnati finishes the regular season tied for second place in the AAC
How UConn’s Departure from AAC Should Benefit Cincinnati Women’s Basketball
Cincinnati’s women’s basketball team is on an upward trajectory, and the departure of UConn will greatly benefit the program moving forward.
Cincinnati Women’s Basketball Score Victories Over Houston and Tulane
Cincinnati women went 2-0 this past week and are in sole possession of second place in the AAC.
Cincinnati Women’s Basketball Returns to Form, Tops USF 60-55
Cincinnati goes 1-1 in a big week against two of the best AAC teams
Cincinnati WBB Falls Short Against UConn
Bearcats continue their lifelong struggles against historic Huskies
Great Week for Women’s Basketball, Bearcats Win Pair at Home
Bearcats WBB completes successful 2-0 week
Upstart Tulane Club Tops Cincinnati WBB, 64-59
Recap of last week’s WBB action and a look ahead at what to expect this week
Bearcats WBB Improves to 2-1 in AAC, Trounces UCF 81-64
The Cincinnati Bearcats women’s basketball team bounced back this week following a tough road loss at South Florida last Sunday.
Bearcats Women Comeback Falls Short in Loss to Ohio State
Cincinnati loses 78-73 in overtime thrilled against Ohio State on Wednesday.
Bearcats Women’s Basketball Falls to 1-1 After Tough Loss
Cincinnati dropped their first game of the season to Saint Louis on Sunday, after an opening season win vs Utah.
2019-20 Cincinnati Bearcats Women’s Basketball Preview
Coming off their best season since 2002, Bearcats women enter 2019-20 with high expectations.
Bearcats Women Wednesday - Antoinette Miller
Antoinette Miller was named to the preseason All-AAC Second Team and will play a huge role for the Bearcats in 2019-20
Bearcats Women Wednesday - Michelle Clark-Heard
A look back at the successful first year at UC for women’s basketball and Head Coach Michelle Clark-Heard.
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Marcus Freeman is entering his third season as Cincinnati’s Defensive Coordinator. Bearcats had the 11th ranked defense in 2018, allowing just 28 TDs (8th in the country). Freeman worked at Ohio State, Kent State and Purdue before reuniting with Luke Fickell. . Before he got into coaching, Freeman was a dominant linebacker at Ohio State. He was a 2x All Second Team Big Ten player. He started 37 games between 2004-2008. 2007 was his high for tackles, with 109 total. In 2007 and 2008, he recorded 9.5 sacks each year. His only 2 INTs came in 2006 and he forced 2 fumbles in 2007. . He was a 5th round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft by the Bears, but never played a game in the NFL. He was waived before the season started and signed contracts with Bills and Texans too, but an enlarged heart condition, found on one of his physicals, forced him to retire. . Freeman was listed at #24 on @theathletichq list of assistant coaches who could become head coach soon. Some Ohio or Michigan MAC school would benefit greatly from pursuing Freeman in the future. . . . #cincitypride #cincinnati #nati #bearcats #bearcatspride #bearcatsnation #cincinnatibearcats #gobearcats #ucbearcats #uc #cincinnatifootball #bearcatsfootball #marcusfreeman #football
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Sean Kilpatrick (19 PTS) and Malik Monk (16 PTS) went back and forth in a 4th quarter duel of their own! pic.twitter.com/Fg3DNa52av— NBA (@NBA) April 4, 2018