Niveen Rasheed had every intention of going to college in California. But what started as simply hearing out a sales pitch has resulted in one of the most successful basketball careers in Ivy League history.
Coaches leave jobs for bigger and better positions all the time. But when Joe McKeown left George Washington for Northwestern in 2008, the move was more about finding the best fit for his autistic son, Joey.
A win is a win, right? Not if you're Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights' victory Sunday was anything but a thing of beauty -- and none of them were at all pleased or satisfied, despite earning another shot at UConn in the Elite Eight.
Kim Beck and Sarah-Jo Lawrence help make Joe McKeown's "Blizzard" defense a success at George Washington. And the Colonials' duo gives more well-known tandems competition as one of the nation's best all-around backcourts, too.