A Trojan and USC Annenberg graduate, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sports Media.
The Sparks look very dangerous
With LA dominating Chicago last night, they look like a team that could finally breakthrough and win a WNBA Title.
Griner comfortable in her own skin
Wherever she goes, Brittney Griner stands out and she has no problem with that as she embraces the adversity around her and keeps being herself.
Moore always pushing for changes
On the court and off the court, Maya Moore looks to be a positive change for others to see and be impacted by.
Delle Donne finds herself, perspective
Elena Delle Donne stepped away from basketball, and she has rebounded back, becoming a superstar — and one of the best players in the world.
A league all her own
Breanna Stewart is paving the way for the future of women’s basketball in the USA.
Seasoned Bird ready for Rio
Sue Bird has won at every level and she’s still hungry for another Gold medal with Team USA.
Player's confidence very high in Auriemma
The confidence Diana Taurasi has in Geno Auriemma remains high, as the two are reunited again to compete at the highest level, the Olympic games.
Players hopeful for continued support from WNBA
An uproar occurred when the WNBA levied fines over uniform violations, but now after the fines have been dropped, players are happy their message was heard.
Young stars gelling together
The Connecticut Sun have been playing on a new level lately. Once again today, they were able to snag a victory, this time led by Jonquel Jones.
Can anybody slow down Nneka?
Nneka Ogwumike has been on fire so far in the season. She continues to lead her team, but always credit her team's victory to their chemistry.