I am a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University, and my passion is to create an even playing field between men and women through the playing field itself.
Maryland is favored to roll through the Big Ten yet again in just their 2nd season as conference members. But will their ride go without a bump this time around?
The Fever’s win on Sunday night’s Game 4 evened the series to 2 games each, forcing a Game 5 for the 1st time since 2009.
Indiana kept its championship hopes alive with a 75-69 win in Game 4 Sunday night in Indianapolis. Sylvia Fowles struggled heavily with foul trouble as Indiana seized the opportunity.
Briann January has added another tool to her belt this Finals, becoming the team's leading scorer through the first 2 games. She could carry the Fever to the championship.
Indiana head coach Stephanie White has recorded one of the best rookie seasons in franchise history. She now has the chance to improve upon her history-making season in the WNBA Finals.
Maya Moore and Tamika Catchings headline this year's WNBA Finals. Though nine years in the league separate the two, each have impacted the game in their own ways.
Minnesota and Indiana will meet for the 2015 WNBA Finals in a rematch of the 2012 Finals. The Lynx will look to get revenge on the Indiana underdogs.
Maya Moore secured the Minnesota Lynx's fourth WNBA Finals appearance with a performance for the ages.