Cat Ariail received her PhD in history from the University of Miami in 2018, researching the intersection of race, gender, sexuality and nationalism in women's sports. She has contributed to Swish Appeal since 2019, and began running the site in 2023. When not digging into stories and stats from across women's basketball, she, literally, is digging in the dirt as a farm manager for a farm-to-table restaurant in northeast Georgia.
An undefeated regular season for No. 1 South Carolina, Caitlin Clark passing Pete Maravich for the all-time scoring mark, the second top 16 reveal, the continued crowning of regular season conference champs, another round of upsets and more from across women’s college basketball.
No. 1 South Carolina has sewn up the regular season SEC title, while No. 9 LSU and Ole Miss are poised to secure double byes in the SEC Tournament. Will Tennessee or Alabama earn the No. 4 seed?
The ACC has five teams in the top 25, led by the No. 5 Virginia Tech Hokies. While the Hokies have secured a share of the regular season ACC championship, the conference’s other four ranked teams remain in contention for a top-four finish in the ACC standings.
Changes are coming to WNBA Draft 2024. The event will be held on April 15 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music with approximately 1,000 ticketed fans in attendance.
The No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes already have secured a share of the regular season Big Ten title. With one more win, they solely can claim the regular season championship.
Keep up with the latest rumors, rumblings, signings and trades from around the WNBA.
Arizona, Indiana, UNC, Washington, Kansas, Utah and Duke knocked off top-10 teams, rocking the standings as the end of the regular season fast approaches. Catch up on the upsets, excellence and excitement from across another wild week of women’s college hoops.
Season 3 of Athletes Unlimited Pro Basketball begins next week. Get ready for the AU excitement, while also catching up on Hall of Fame and NIL news.
South Carolina is great, and LSU is very good. What about the rest of the SEC? Is the conference up, down or somewhere in the middle? Here’s a look at the resumes of the conference’s middle class: Tennessee, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Alabama.
The Iowa Hawkeyes might be the Big Ten’s highest-profile team. However, the Ohio State Buckeyes are the conference’s hottest team, while the Indiana Hoosiers remain in contention for the conference crown.