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I'm an Auburn University graduate that has had the pleasure of covering Auburn Athletics as a media relations assistant, as well as other SEC tournaments and Championship events. I have a strong passion for sports, and putting a spotlight on the person behind the athlete. Faith, Family, and War Eagle of course.

Lynx handle Fever's physicality, tie series

How A Championship Series Should Be: After a game full of momentum shifts, the Lynx take Game 2 at home, tying the series 1-1.

WNBA Finals Practice: Fever not complacent

The Fever surprised many by overcoming arguably the best team in the WNBA, but Indiana isn't surprised, but also are preparing for Minnesota's best in Game 2.

Video: The experience of Game 1 of the WNBA Finals

Here are highlights, postgame interviews and the whole WNBA experience from the 1st game of the WNBA Finals.

Road Warriors: Fever win Game 1 of WNBA Finals

The Lynx need Moore Than Maya to take the Championship. Though an Impressive game from the star player, The Indiana Fever and Briann January overpower the Lynx.

Ball isn't always life

With a successful career in the WNBA, and more to come, Candice Wiggins has a love for basketball, but more importantly a love for life.

"Big-Shot Ivory" is a lot bigger than 5'6"

Washington Mystics’ Ivory Latta may be small, but she proved how big her role is during the playoffs in Friday night’s win over the New York Liberty.

Prince continues to hold court, scores 25 in win

Epiphanny Prince continues to showcase why she's one of the best shooting guards in the WNBA. In tonight's 10-point win over the Sun, she scored a game-high 25 points.

Oh, "Sugar!"

Everyone knows about Tina Charles, Epiphanny Prince and Kiah Stokes. But guess who was the main reason for the New York Liberty prevailing over the Atlanta Dream in overtime?

Charles' 25 points help Liberty ward off Dream

The New York Liberty started slow, but remains atop the East after defeating the Atlanta Dream on Friday. Tina Charles finishes with 25 points, leading New York to a 78-67 win.