Mar 29, 2008, 8:02 PM EDT
I like to think I’m a fairly open sports fan. Whether it be MLS or the NHL, I like to give the lesser leagues a chance. That said, one sport I don’t think I’ve ever wanted to watch is women’s basketball.
ESPN, however, had an interesting piece today on the first powerhouse in the world of women’s college basketball. It’s a local school that will likely surprise you. Look for St. Joe’s coach Phil Martelli’s wife as one of the former star hoopsters in the video below.
Immaculata University was the last school I would have thought to have had a basketball juggernaut. Nothing like nuns cheering you on.
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