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 Comments(Guru's note: In a post below this one is expanded coverage of the tourneys at St. Joseph's and Villanova as well as game coverage from the... Read more
0 CommentsGuru's note: There is a print story from the Inquirer sports section in the main part of philly.com rounding up Monday's games By Mel Greenberg It... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg Boy was it cold in the Big Five Sunday a day after the big snowfall. It was so cold inside Temple's Liacouras Center that... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg So since the Guru last appeared her on the weekend, there has much gone on and not all involving basketball. New additions... Read more
0 CommentsBy Mel Greenberg Temple was missing its offensive sparkplug Saturday when the Owls showed up at Kent State in Ohio for a nonleague game against... Read more
0 Comments(Guru's note: Here's the AP advanced by Doug Feinberg for the Maggie Dixon Classic. The Guru will either be in Delaware for La Salle or at... Read more
0 Comments(Guru Note: Guru was in the home office Friday night. Information is off the Delaware email report) By Mel Greenberg Delaware red-shirt freshman... Read more