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 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg Temple and Delaware were slipping, slipping, into the past Tuesday night at separate road stops when both were rescued from... Read more
0 Comments(updating) By Mel Greenberg Former La Salle star Cheryl Reeve from South Jersey is set to be named the new coach of the Minnesota Lynx Tuesday... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg Just before redshirt-freshman sensation Ellena Delle Donne suffered a right ankle sprain in the closing minutes of Delaware's... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg The Guru interrupts enhanced coverage of Temple's 62-51 upset of Rutgers to take a brief detour into the world of the pros... Read more
0 Comments(Update: Current UConn No. 1 streak 28 not 27 in lower item posted Tuesday) By Mel Greenberg In the overall history of women's basketball... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg To understand what Delaware women's basketball coach Tina Martin has gone through in her own mind in thetwo-plus days following... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg Unless its already out there, the Guru has learned a little while ago the Maloof family will be giving up the Sacramento... Read more