Two top 25 teams go head-to-head in the Sunshine State, with the No. 11 Lady Vols heading to Tallahassee to take on the No. 18 Seminoles.
While Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes attract an outsized amount of national attention, the Big Ten is full of players and teams worth getting to know, and capable of challenging Clark and the Hawkeyes for conference supremacy.
Virginia Tech, last season’s tournament champs, and Notre Dame, last season’s regular season champs, are looking to remain at the top of the conference, while North Carolina and others are aiming to take the crown.
Notable announcements—the preseason All-America team, Overtime Select and the Seasonlong WNBA Cares Community Assist Award—highlight this week’s women’s basketball news. We also remember the life of Tasha Butts.
Amidst much positive progress for the WNBA and women’s basketball at large, the Phoenix Mercury’s head coaching hire hits like a speed bump. Here’s more on the Mercury’s decision and other women’s hoops news.
Teresa Weatherspoon grabs this week’s top women’s hoops headline, as the Hall of Famer will be returning to the WNBA as head coach of the Chicago Sky.
More WNBA expansion news headlines the latest happenings in women’s basketball. While a new W team is not yet confirmed, women’s college basketball does have a new postseason tournament.
It was a week of honors in women’s college hoops. While Iowa’s Caitlin Clark won the Sullivan Award, Teresa Weatherspoon and Kim Mullkey were honored with statues at Louisiana Tech.
Two WNBA items highlight this week’s women’s hoops news. While the end-of-season awards announcement schedule is reason for excitement, a memo about playoff travel is reason for frustration.
This week, we discovered Denver is a finalist for one of two WNBA expansion teams, both of which would enter the league by the 2025 season. Here’s what else happened in the world of women’s hoops.
This week in women’s basketball, we examine what Liz Cambage said, talk WNBA travel (again), praise the return of Paige Bueckers and more.
While Diana Taurasi gets praise for passing 10,000 points, eyes should be raised in regard to the Phoenix Mercury’s stalemate with Skylar Diggins-Smith. Catch up on what has happened in Phoenix, and across the women’s basketball world.
Nikki McCray-Penson leaves behind a storied legacy at USA Basketball, Tennessee and Washington, D.C. to name a few places.
Ashley Owusu will look to raise her WNBA Draft stock in State College with the Penn State Nittany Lions. Plus, news related to Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark.
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. Duri...Happy Thanksgiving Images 2023