Baylor Basketball Stuns Uconn

January 4, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm The Browns recently went so long without a win fans got free beer when they finally won one. If a UConn fan drank after each regular season win, she’d be hammered 126 […]

Women’s Final Four Preview

March 29, 2017 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm I’m back, women’s basketball nut-I mean aficionado-Jeff N., to give our readers at NBS a brief preview of this weekend’s lady’s Final Four, starting with Stanford-South Carolina at 7:30 EDT Friday evening, […]

Pat Summitt, And Reaching For The Top

June 28, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm In the well-known window scene in Shakespeare’s classic Romeo And Juliet, Juliet makes the famous argument that “that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet”. However, in […]

Women’s Final Four Reflections

April 8, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm I admit it: I lied. The whole time I’ve been writing for NBS I’ve been lying. Ever since my first article I’ve been pretending to be a neutral women’s basketball fan, even […]

Top NCAA Women’s Basketball Teams

February 11, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm When I picked the top ten teams in the history of the men’s game, I noted it was a shame dominant teams were largely a thing of the past. Well in the […]

Husky – Gamecock Preview

February 7, 2016 1

By: Jeffrey Newholm When top tier recruit Mel Thomas was looking for a school in the mid 2000’s, two of her final choices were Dawn Staley’s Temple team and Geno Auriemma’s Uconn team. In the […]

Women’s Bracketology

January 12, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Now that conference play is underway, I’d like to try my hand at mid season bracketology, starting with the women’s game. I can’t hope to compete against ESPNW’s Charlie Creme, the creme […]

Arenas Just Plain Wrong

December 19, 2015 0

  By: Jeffrey Newholm   As NBS’ women’s basketball guy, I felt compelled to say something about the outrageous video recently posted by ex NBA player Gilbert Arenas. As one of my professors said, there […]