The Bonnet Gang isn’t convinced by WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert’s recent comments.
After a successful career at Oregon, Nyara Sabally was drafted by the New York Liberty. Unfortunately knee issues mean we’ll have to wait a year to see her WNBA debut.
What started as the journey of a tough kid playing against the boys on Roosevelt Island, was strengthened by strong life decisions toward the end of college.
Shakira Austin can get it done on both sides of the ball, but it all starts on defense for her.
The Dream drafted Kentucky Wildcat Rhyne Howard at No. 1 overall after their blockbuster trade with the Washington Mystics, officially signaling a new era in Atlanta.
Rickea Jackson has found a new home with the Tennessee Lady Volunteers, but the other two biggest dominoes have yet to fall.
Rhyne Howard was "still kind of shaking" at the post-draft press conference, even though she pretty much knew beforehand that she would go No. 1. Plus, hear from Nalyssa Smith, Shakira Austin and more!
The leader of the Gamecocks had her best collegiate game on the biggest stage in the national championship.
This year’s national championship game features the past two AP players of the year going against each other: Aliyah Boston of the South Carolina Gamecocks (2022) and Paige Bueckers of the UConn Huskies (2021).
Dawn Staley, Aliyah Boston and the South Carolina Gamecocks are one win away from finishing off a truly remarkable season.
A look back at recent WNIT champions shows a clear springboard to NCAA Tournament success.
Three senior X factors (Evina Westbrook, Olivia Nelson-Ododa and Christyn Williams) stepped up to send the No. 2 seed UConn Huskies to the national championship game and Minnesota’s own Paige Bueckers had a key moment as well.
The Gamecocks proved why they are the favorites to cut down the nets on Monday.
The second of two Final Four games will be between two teams and two coaches who are women’s basketball royalty.
The ACC got everyone’s attention by defeating the Big Ten 10-4 on Dec. 2 and has now sent four teams to the Sweet Sixteen, the NC State Wolfpack to the Elite Eight and the Louisville Cardinals to the Final Four.
We take a break from our Final Four coverage to bring you some analysis of big news in the NCAAW world. Head coach Joni Taylor is headed from the Georgia Lady Bulldogs to the Texas A&M Aggies.
The South Carolina Gamecocks once again had a stellar regular season, going undefeated against ranked opponents and earning the top overall seed in the 2022 NCAA Tournament. Can they put last season’s heartbreaking ending behind them and win the national championship?
Hailey Van Lith had yet another 20-point scoring night in the 62-50 victory.
Most of Paige Bueckers’ 27 points came in clutch fashion and they have put the No. 2 seed UConn Huskies in their 14th straight Final Four.
Two more trips to the Final Four remain, with No. 1 seeds NC State and Louisville seeking to hold off No. 2 seed UConn and No. 3 seed Michigan, respectively. Elite Eight action begins at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN on Monday evening.
Lexie Hull and Haley Jones scored eight and six points, respectively, in the final frame to account for the No. 1 seed Stanford Cardinal’s 14 fourth-quarter points.
The No. 1 overall seed South Carolina Gamecocks are cutting down the net in Greensboro and advancing to their second straight Final Four.
The Elite 8 starts today with trips to the Final Four up for the taking. South Carolina takes on Creighton and Stanford plays Texas.