Mel Greenberg covered college and professional women’s basketball for The Inquirer, for over 40 years. Greenberg pioneered national coverage of the game, including the original Top 25 women's college poll. His knowledge has earned him nicknames such as "The Guru" and "The Godfather," as well as induction into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2007. Greenberg left The Inquirer in 2010.
0 CommentsGuru's Note: (This post was assembled in the middle of the night going into sunrise Friday. The Delaware web site says Delle Donne is expected... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg It was a wild night Thursday in the Colonial Athletic Association as incumbents all held firm or rallied at the finish. Here... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg PHILADELPHIA _ The Wire is the name of a popular dective series on television that takes place in Baltimore. In women's... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg NEWARK, Del. - There have been times in the past when the Guru has been accused of setting up events in advance of their... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg PHILADELPHIA - Although one team was from the Bronx in New York Wednesday night, Temple was the squad with the bombers in... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg When Georgetown joined the Associated Press women's poll Monday for the second time ever and first since 1993 and Miami returned... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg Drexel senior Gabriela Marginean made women's career scoring history in the Colonial Athletic Association at an appropriate... Read more