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Along with her work at Fear the Sword, Ashley also covers Cleveland professional and high school sports, and previously worked at NBC News covering politics. She is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University where she studied journalism and political science and was a member of the varsity women's basketball team.

DeWanna Bonner is back in Phoenix

After missing last season to due to being pregnant with twins, DeWanna Bonner is back with the Mercury.

Washington re-signs 3 players

The Mystics announced that they have re-signed Tianna Hawkins, LaToya Sanders and Allison Hightower.

Layshia Clarendon files lawsuit alleging she was sexually assaulted while at Cal

According to a new report, Clarendon has filed a lawsuit saying that a longtime athletic department employee sexually assaulted her during her freshman year in 2009

LeBron James crowns Shakyla Hill’s quadruple-double game

Shakyla Hill’s quadruple-double earlier in the week is now getting attention from NBA superstar LeBron James.

What is Tennessee’s ceiling?

Are the Tennessee Lady Vols on the verge of dominance not seen since Pat Summitt?

Update on Oregon’s potential NCAA violations

Head coach Kelly Graves is speaking out after he and the women’s basketball program were named in a notice of allegations from the NCAA last week.

Oregon facing possible NCAA infractions

The University of Oregon announced that the school received a notice of allegations from the NCAA that specifically named the women’s basketball program and head coach Kelly Graves.

Candace Parker will be a global ambassador for Jr. NBA World Championship

Along with Dwyane Wade, Parker will serve as a global ambassador for this special youth tournament in the spring of 2018.

USA Basketball announces national team pool

The 29-person pool has been unveiled, along with an announcement of a February mini-camp.

Undefeated No. 2 Texas stumbles as Tennessee’s veterans stay poised

It wasn’t the game many expected on Sunday between two of the top-10 scoring teams in the nation. But despite the chippy play, it was Tennessee that prevailed thanks to huge games from Jaime Nared and Mercedes Russell.