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By Michael Taube
Americans are ready for a levy that's simple and fair
Topic - Kim Barnes Arico
Michigan had only lost once on the road this season.
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley will coach the U.S. women's under-18 team at the FIBA Americas championships this summer.
Kim Barnes Arico says there's no mystery behind her decision to become Michigan's new coach after a decade building St. John's into a women's basketball powerhouse in the Big East.
St. John's head coach Kim Barnes Arico has been hired to coach the Michigan women's basketball team.
As the regular season came to a close on Monday at McDonough Arena, senior Tia Magee huddled outside of the locker room with her mother and sister.
St. John's coach Kim Barnes Arico's phone hasn't stop buzzing.
St. John's assistant coaches held up a broom in practice last week trying to simulate Baylor's 6-foot-8 star Brittney Griner and her ability to block shots.
With the first round of the women's NCAA tournament complete, the Big East can brag it's the top conference in the country.
"That makes it incredibly tough," she said. "That separates the really great teams from the average ones. Everybody comes in to Penn State wanting to shut down Maggie Lucas, and if you have other players making plays that makes a difference."
"It was pretty even and back-and-forth in the first half in the first eight or nine minutes and they went on a stretch where they were scoring and also shooting one-and-one at that point," Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico said.