Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese: Rising Stars of Women's College Basketball


In the world of women's college basketball, the scale of talent has reached unprecedented levels. The sport is currently graced with exceptional athletes who are set to make a significant impact both on and off the court. However, with only 144 spots available in the Women's National Basketball Association (W.N.B.A.), the path to professional basketball isn't without its challenges. Some of these extraordinarily bright college stars will inevitably find their professional careers outside the W.N.B.A.

Angel Reese, Caitlin Clark, and Paige Bueckers Extend Their Reign


The highly anticipated 2023-24 college basketball season kicks off on Monday, and while this would traditionally be the final year for women's basketball superstars like Angel Reese (LSU), Caitlin Clark (Iowa), and Paige Bueckers (UConn), a unique twist in eligibility rules opens up new possibilities for these talented athletes.

LSU Tigers Eye Back-to-Back Championships with Stacked Roster


Winning back-to-back championships in college basketball is a rare feat, achieved only by the likes of UConn, Tennessee, and USC. However, the LSU Tigers, armed with a formidable blend of talent and coaching expertise, appear poised to join this elite group. With a roster featuring stars like Angel Reese, Flau’jae Johnson, Aneesah Morrow, Hailey Van Lith, Sa’Myah Smith, Kateri Poole, top freshman Mikaylah Williams, and more, LSU boasts one of the most complete teams in the collegiate basketball landscape. The only lingering question is how quickly this array of talent can meld into a cohesive unit. NFR Streaming Pass

The coach of Iowa devised a strategy for her team to compete in an open-air match at Kinnick Stadium


The coach of Iowa devised a strategy for her team to compete in an open-air match at Kinnick Stadium, aiming to break the record for the highest attendance at a single women's basketball game. During the "Crossover at Kinnick" on Sunday, the Hawkeyes triumphed over DePaul with a score of 94-72, attracting 55,646 spectators. This crowd size nearly doubled the prior record of 29,619 held by Connecticut and Oklahoma during the 2002 NCAA championship in San Antonio's Alamodome.

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India's journey in women's basketball comes to an end as they exit in the quarterfinals, facing North Korea.


The Indian women's basketball team saw their quarterfinal dreams come to an end in the Asian Games on Monday, suffering a 57-96 defeat at the hands of North Korea. The Indian team struggled throughout the match, with North Korea dominating in all four quarters, which ended 20-26, 6-26, 17-22, and 14-22, respectively, at the Shaoxing Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium. Despite a promising start in the first quarter, the Indian players were outclassed in the subsequent three quarters. Earlier in the tournament, India secured a second-place finish in Group A by defeating Indonesia 66-46 and Mongolia 68-62, but they faced a formidable challenge against defending champions China and lost 53-111.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts officially joins Jordan Brand


Details of process that landed Hurts as an official Air Jordan endorser heading into the 2023 NFL season

Charting WNBA stats over time


Really cool resource for anyone who wants help putting team-level stats into perspective relative to historical averages. Also, just awesome to see so many more people taking interest in WNBA analytics!

Maine removes interim tag, signs Amy Vachon to 4-year deal


"Amy has done an outstanding job during the last 15 months, and she has earned the opportunity to be the permanent head coach of the women's basketball team," says UMaine Director of Athletics Karlton Creech. "After taking over the program under adverse conditions, Amy led our student-athletes to continued success academically and athletically. The championship-level performance of the program under Amy's leadership has been more than impressive."

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'Defensive specialist,' Christmas-Kelly returning to Dallas


The Dallas Wings have announced they have re-signed veteran forward Karima Christmas-Kelly. "Karima is a great defensive specialist and an explosive scorer, that continues to be a strong leader on the court," said head coach Fred Williams in the team's release. "Her efficiency and ability to play multiple positions on both ends of the floor makes her a triple threat player, which is invaluable to us. She’s an all-around player who our fans and community admire, and we couldn’t be happier that she will continue her career with the Dallas Wings."

WNBA: Connecticut's Miller adds familiar face to staff


"I am so excited to be reunited with my longtime and talented assistant coach," Miller said. "We have a fantastic relationship and helped build two programs during our 13 years together at the collegiate level. Brandi is widely considered one of the elite assistant coaches in the country. She has tremendous work ethic and is the best multi-tasker I have been around in my coaching career."

Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller