As the start of the NCAA basketball season draws near, the University of Cincinnati (UC) held the first press conference for its men's and women's basketball programs.
On Wednesday morning, commissioner of the American Athletic Conference, Mike Aresco, announced the preliminary plan for the 2020-2021 men's and women's basketball seasons.
Senior point guard Antoinette Miller is winding down her career at the University of Cincinnati, where she has played for four years since being recruited from Detroit’s Southfield-Lathrup High School.
Closing the regular season, the University of Cincinnati women's basketball team finished with a resounding win over Eastern Carolina University Monday evening at Fifth Third Arena with a final score of 76-53.
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