Women’s Basketball News, 2022-23 Season

Women’s basketball news for the 2022-23 season, covering roster changes, injuries, suspensions, coaching changes, game cancellations, and more. Items listed in reverse chronological order.

See also the January 2023 transfer news page.


Paul Thomas is out as Saint Mary’s head coach; he had been on paid administrative leave since late December following an internal investigation. Associate head coach Allyson Fasnacht will serve as interim head coach for the rest of the season.

Saint Mary’s College has separated from head women’s basketball coach Paul Thomas, effective immediately.

Associate head coach Allyson Fasnacht will serve as the interim head coach for the remainder of the season.

Thomas had been out on paid administrative leave since late December following an internal investigation by the College. The investigation resulted in a separation between the two parties.

A national search for a head coach will be conducted immediately following the season.

(1/30/2023)


Michigan State head coach Suzy Merchant will miss Sunday’s game at Illinois after being “involved in a minor one-car accident due to a medical incident on Saturday morning. She is currently at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing undergoing testing and is in stable condition.”

(1/28/2023)


Temple sophomore guards Jasha Clinton and Aniya Gourdine have now been dismissed from the program.

After serving what initially was a one-game suspension during Wednesday’s 68-59 win at Tulane, sophomore guards Jasha Clinton and Aniya Gourdine have been dismissed from Temple’s women’s basketball program.

(1/28/2023)


Alabama graduate guard JaMya Mingo-Young, who hasn’t seen action since December 29, has been medically disqualified for the remainder of the 2022-23 season.

Due to numerous lower extremity orthopedic injuries and subsequent rehabilitations, Dr. Lyle Cain and Dr. Norman Waldrop at Andrews Sports Medicine/St. Vincent’s Hospital have made the decision to medically disqualify Alabama women’s basketball guard JaMya Mingo-Young from further basketball activities for the remainder of the 2023 season.

A graduate student, Mingo-Young will continue to receive treatment and rehab under the supervision of the University of Alabama sports medicine staff for the remainder of the semester.

“I am grateful for the University of Alabama for coming to this decision,” Mingo-Young said. “I am thankful for the support of the coaching staff, University physicians and athletic training staff. I look forward to supporting my teammates for the remainder of the season, while spending the adequate time I need to get fully healthy.”

(1/26/2023)


The Jan. 28 DePaul at Seton Hall game has been postponed because injuries have left the Blue Demons unable to meet the Big East’s minimum of seven available scholarship players.

The DePaul women’s basketball game at Seton Hall scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 28, has been postponed, as announced by the BIG EAST Conference. Due to injury, the Blue Demons do not meet the conference minimum of seven available scholarship student-athletes.

Per the BIG EAST game cancellation policy, the Conference office will attempt to reschedule the game in accordance with the parameters of the policy.

(1/26/2023)


Temple sophomore guards Jasha Clinton and Aniya Gourdine have been suspended for a violation of team rules. In addition, graduate forward Jalynn Holmes and freshman guard Kourtney Wilson have left the program.

In addition, graduate forward Jalynn Holmes and freshman guard Kourtney Wilson have voluntarily left the team and are no longer part of Temple’s program. Holmes began her college career at Towson with Richardson before transferring to Norfolk State in 2020 and Temple in 2021.

(1/25/2023)



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