Mechelle Voepel

Mechelle Voepel

@MechelleV

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Covers women's college basketball, the WNBA, and volleyball for https://t.co/JyvOhRYblf. Started covering women's sports in 1984 and thankful to still be doing this.

Kansas City
Joined on March 20, 2009
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I think sports fans know this already, of course, but Mark Emmert reiterates who is in charge of college football and decisions being made. From @CFBHeather: https://t.co/5lLInyQvvA

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Hoping for the best for @SylviaFowles, who re-injured calf tonight in @minnesotalynx loss. https://t.co/vmqUsNQhQv

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Could bubbles be used for MBB and WBB NCAA tournaments in 2021? @jeffborzello on Mark Emmert's view on that. https://t.co/hoKEZ9pCI8

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A lot going on in @WNBA tonight, but also a big news day in college sports. Fall NCAA championships won't be played this fall; we wait to see if they'll be moved to spring. https://t.co/4VLKfGBpS2

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We wait to find out if there's a chance to have these championships moved to spring. And for those conferences that still plan on fall sports - for now - including ACC, Big 12 and SEC, if they will play them despite no NCAA championships this fall.

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The math was clear at least since Tuesday. The @NCAA has acknowledged now that NCAA Division I fall sports championships can't be held this fall because less than 50 percent of schools are participating. All the fall sports have been anticipating this anyway, now it's official...

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There are @WNBA players who have dealt with COVID-19 over past several months, but still have been able to play this season. A look at some of their experiences. https://t.co/qxJtwy0WKW

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.@minnesotalynx set to have Odyssey Sims back tonight as they take on @LVAces at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN. Teams are in second place at 6-2. https://t.co/KLaEIfgVS3

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As they watch what's happening with fall sports, what are NCAA men's and women's basketball coaches thinking? There is a whole lot to consider. https://t.co/eH7LkPHtgu

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College football has no centralized leadership; Power 5 commissioners control it. Yet decisions made for football greatly impact every other sport. This piece on football's issues is crucial in providing context for college sports' COVID-19 decisions. https://t.co/FJSE5MpfUf

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Also good to see @BriannJanuary make season debut for @ConnecticutSun and @bigmamastef back for @chicagosky. Both had impact on their teams' victories last night: January had 3 assists and played strong defense, while Dolson had 8 points, 9 rebounds.

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Good to see @S10Bird back on court for @seattlestorm as they tie @WNBA record for 3-pointers in a game. Even with quiet offensive game from Breanna Stewart, Storm gets 100-63 win over Dream, who are struggling without Chennedy Carter, understandably.

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.@ByKellyCohen on @IndianaFever rookie @lauren_cox15 and other elite athletes dealing with diabetes and COVID-19 issues while also competing at a high level. https://t.co/JGYdapAaBp

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It's as if DeWanna Bonner said, "Watch and learn, kids. Watch and learn." Sweet move to end the game as @ConnecticutSun win 70-66 over @DallasWings, led by Bonner's 18 points.

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As mentioned earlier, the Division I Board of Directors have until Aug. 21 to make the final decisions about the status of Division I fall championships. Will they be in spring? Division II and III fall NCAA championships already cancelled and won't be rescheduled in the spring.

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With the @BIGEAST and @BigSouthSports postponing fall sports today, by our count, women's volleyball, men's & women's soccer and cross country, and field hockey are all at or over 50 percent threshold to cancel @NCAA championships this fall.

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The college sports situation, of course, is evolving ... an FAQ on what the latest decisions by conferences on fall sports mean for those sports and other sports. (This isn't just about football). https://t.co/gIpe34a6sD

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.@Big12Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby said no one has told them it's poorly advised to move forward with fall sports, that medical professionals say it's safe to continue, and if they hear otherwise, they will react. He said he has better information than the media does.

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.@Big12Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby just said on teleconference, "We all have to do what's best for our individual conferences." There is clearly no unity in thought or purpose - which we already knew, of course - regarding college sports nationally.

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.@Big12Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby on a teleconference now. I know there will be a million football questions, but hopeful they will explain what they plan to do with other Big 12 sports if their NCAA championships are cancelled or moved to spring.

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