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Erin Kate Dolan is a reporter that has covered sporting events at the professional, collegiate, and high school level. She attended Penn State, where she studied broadcast journalism while gaining experience at ESPN, BTN StudentU,, PHL17 in Philadelphia, etc.

Villanova puts a vice grip on DePaul

Villanova made sure that DePaul didn’t catch a hot hand, holding them to 5 first-quarter points, en route to a blowout win.

Heartbreaking upset in the “City of Sisterly Love”

Villanova was on the verge of capturing its second straight "Big 5" title— but Penn refused to fold, beating the Wildcats for the first time since 2001.

Atkinson leads Temple to first conference win

The SMU Mustangs had no answer for Temple's Tanaya Atkinson on Sunday, as she dominated on Sunday.

Staley given Queen's welcome in Philadelphia return

Dawn Staley returned to her roots in Temple, where she was treated like royalty despite coaching the visiting South Carolina Gamecocks.

Positives even in a loss

Guess what the Quakers did well today against Notre Dame despite taking the loss?

Phoenix can’t catch the Sun

After a bad loss, the Connecticut Sun responded in a dominating fashion. The Phoenix Mercury had no chance.

No lead is safe

Dallas found itself down by 11, but thanks to Kayla Thorton and Skylar Diggins-Smith, won in double overtime.

Sun burn down Mystics’ 22-point lead

Despite trailing majority of the game, Connecticut came back to tally its 4th straight win.

Ogwumike controls Chicago

After 12 days of rest, there was no let up for the Los Angeles Sparks and Nneka Ogwumike. Offensively and defensively Chicago could not stop the MVP.

Power of US never-ending

The USA will advance to the semifinals after taking down a fierce Japan team that gave their all but could not top the strong force of the United States.