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The Triple Threat Podcast stands up for Aliyah Boston and baseball players who get hyped at their home runs.

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Still can’t get over that Sylvia Fowles dunk? Buy her T-shirt! Plus, a new Sabrina Ionescu triple-double queen shirt.


This Week in Women’s Basketball: Brittney Griner pleads guilty

The Phoenix Mercury superstar pled guilty as she was expected to. Now her Russian legal team is hoping for a short sentence.

This Week in Women’s Basketball: The latest on Brittney Griner and more

Swish Appeal’s weekly news roundup.

This Week’s in Women’s Basketball: 2023’s No. 1 recruit Mikaylah Williams to LSU

Mikaylah William will be taking her talents to LSU. Plus, Tuesday was a very busy night!

Twitter is making *Spaces* for important Title IX conversations

Thursday is the big day: the 50-year anniversary of Title IX. There will be plenty going on on Twitter to celebrate, including Spaces hosted by ESPN, Congress, NASA and the WNBA.

Title IX: An ongoing battle

Taking a look at the history of Title IX and the instances where gender inequity in college sports has persisted.

This Week in Women’s Basketball: Sue Bird announces her final year

A major farewell is in the works.

News roundup: Brittney Griner’s detention extended 18 days

Brittney Griner’s wrongful detention in Russia has been extended until at least July 2. Plus much more news from around the world of women’s basketball.

Just Women’s Sports drops Pride Collection to celebrate LGBTQI+ community

The leading multimedia platform, which exclusively covers women’s sports, is welcoming Pride Month with a special T-Shirt and hoodie that say "Love who you want and watch women’s sports."

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This Week in Women’s Basketball

Stephanie Kaloi’s weekly news roundup.

This Week in Women’s Basketball: BG’s wife calls for action from President Biden

Brittney Griner’s wife Cherelle is asking more of President Joe Biden.

BYU’s Shaylee Gonzales is ready to dominate

Taking a look at her journey from D1 to the WNBA draft.

CT Sun, Brittney Griner, Diamond Deshields and C. Vivian Stringer news

Here’s why the Connecticut Sun dropped their opening game of the 2022 WNBA season to the New York Liberty. Also catch up on other women’s hoops news about Brittney Griner, Diamond DeShields and C. Vivian Stringer.

Celebrate WNBA tip-off week with the Bonnet Gang!

Join the Triple Threat podcast crew for conversations about the WNBA in Twitter Spaces all week.

C. Vivian Stringer calls it a career

C. Vivian Stringer coached at Cheyney State, Iowa and Rutgers. She led all three teams to the Final Four, most recently leading the Scarlet Knights to the national championship game in 2007.

Triple Threat Podcast: Do WNBA players really want to play overseas?

The Bonnet Gang isn’t convinced by WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert’s recent comments.

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2022 WNBA Draft: Nyara Sabally is adversity-tested

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.

2022 WNBA Draft: Emily Engstler dug deep at Louisville

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.

2022 WNBA Draft: Shakira Austin is ready to lead Mystic defense

Shakira Austin can get it done on both sides of the ball, but it all starts on defense for her.

Rhyne Howard ready to shine in bright Atlanta lights

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.

Angel Reese, Ashley Owusu, Rickea Jackson highlight transfer portal

Rickea Jackson has found a new home with the Tennessee Lady Volunteers, but the other two biggest dominoes have yet to fall.

2022 WNBA Draft: Rhyne Howard, 11 others react to dream come true

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!

Triple Threat Podcast: Relive the Final Four

The Bonnet Gang was on the ground in Minneapolis capturing the sights and sounds of the 2022 Final Four.

2021-22 season in review

The South Carolina Gamecocks have lived up to expectations and are your national champions.

Destanni Henderson put the perfect capper on her South Carolina career

The leader of the Gamecocks had her best collegiate game on the biggest stage in the national championship.


The No. 1 overall seed South Carolina Gamecocks were dominant at times in their national championship win and overcame their mistakes, thanks in large part to Destanni Henderson.

National Championship Preview: UConn and South Carolina face off in clash of titans

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).

NCAA Championship Game feature: South Carolina Gamecocks

Dawn Staley, Aliyah Boston and the South Carolina Gamecocks are one win away from finishing off a truly remarkable season.

NCAA Championship Game feature: UConn Huskies

The 2021-22 NCAA season has been a trying one for the UConn Huskies, and yet they’ve advanced further in the NCAA Tournament than many people expected.

The WNIT to NCAA Tournament pathway is growing stronger

A look back at recent WNIT champions shows a clear springboard to NCAA Tournament success.

Final Four Recap: UConn seniors shine in dethroning of Stanford

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.

South Carolina continues its march to a national title with 72-59 win over Louisville

The Gamecocks proved why they are the favorites to cut down the nets on Monday.