Can any team take down the South Carolina Gamecocks? While fellow coaches expect the No. 1-ranked defending national champions to capture the conference’s most prestigious honors, that doesn’t mean they intend to make it easy on Dawn Staley’s squad. The SEC is, yet again, a conference full of talented, intriguing teams.
Are you ready for Caitlin Clark to dazzle once again? For Grace Berger to put it all on the line for one more shot at the Final Four? The Big Ten season should be an exciting one.
The Iowa State Cyclones return one of the best big threes in the country, while the Texas Longhorns have been to two-straight Elite Eights.
Without Paige Bueckers, UConn will go as far as Azzi Fudd can take them, but that may be further than some people think. However, the Huskies might not go undefeated in their own conference with the Creighton Bluejays returning familiar faces from last year’s Elite Eight run.
On Tuesday, a Russian court denied Brittney Griner’s appeal of a nine-year prison sentence.
The South Dakota State Jackrabbits and Princeton Tigers have the talent to be great in 2022-23.
There weren’t many bigger transfers during the 2022 offseason than Ashley Owusu’s move from Maryland to Virginia Tech. The addition of the full-court playmaker may be just what the Hokies have needed to separate themselves from the pack in the competitive ACC.
On Friday, Curt Miller became the head coach of the Los Angeles Sparks, leaving the Connecticut Sun.
The Pac-12 is star-studded with Cameron Brink and Haley Jones returning to Stanford, UCLA’s Charisma Osborne entering her senior year, and Bella Murekatete representing Washington State. These are some of the many players to watch in the Pac-12 this season.
The Oklahoma Sooners boasted one of the most explosive offenses in the country last season, and athletic guard/forward Madi Williams thrived in it. She returns to Oklahoma for a fifth season, during which she’ll hone her skills in anticipation of the 2023 WNBA Draft.
Bronny James’ high school classmate Juju Watkins joined the likes of James and women’s basketball college stars Caitlin Clark and Haley Jones as a Nike NIL signee.
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The Indiana Hoosiers are in a position to do something special for the 2022-23 NCAA season, and Grace Berger will once again be leading the charge. The fifth-year senior guard has a steady, balanced game and specializes in draining short-range and mid-range jumpshots.
Cameron Brink has been a key influencer for All Vote No Play, a student-led initiative created during the tumultuous year of 2020 in an effort to get student athletes involved in voting and civic engagement.
Recently asked to share her thoughts about Brittney Griner, LSU head coach Kim Mulkey resisted, refusing to offer a comment that expressed sympathy for the best player that she has ever coached. Does Mulkey deserve the benefit of the doubt for her decision to demur?
Robert Sarver has felt the pressure and has decided to give up the teams.
Hear from New York Times bestselling author Andrew Maraniss about the fascinating journey he went on to tell the story of Pat Summitt, Lusia Harris, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Nancy Lieberman and many other influential figures in women’s basketball.
Rickea Jackson transferred from Mississippi State to Tennessee last March, staying in the SEC but moving to a situation with far less volatility. Should she get acquainted with her new teammates early and successfully, the potential is there for the multi-talented Jackson to earn a top selection in the 2023 WNBA Draft.
A look at Lindsay Whalen, Swin Cash, Marianne Stanley and Theresa Shank Grentz’s speeches.
Paige Bueckers left no doubt about her intentions for the 2023-24 season. Plus, Ayoka Lee of Kansas State will, like Bueckers, miss the 2022-23 season and Sue Bird became the playoff assists queen.
The 2022-23 college basketball season is right around the corner, and for WNBA fans, that means it’s almost time to start watching for the league’s next crop of young talent. Here are just a few of the biggest names we’ll expect to see drafted in 2023.
Brittney Griner hopes to avoid being transferred to a penal colony. Efforts to bring her home in an agreement between the United States and Russia also continue.
The Phoenix Mercury are without Brittney Griner, Tina Charles and Skylar Diggins-Smith, three superstars they expected to have this season, for the remainder of it. Diana Taurasi could still return in the playoffs.