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L.A. Sparks rookie season review: Maria Vadeeva

Examining what 20-year-old forward/center Maria Vadeeva showed in her first WNBA seasonMaria Vadeeva and the Los Angeles Sparks made for a great fit …


2018 USA Basketball Women’s World Cup Team Officially Unveiled

-- Sue Bird Named to Record Fifth USA Basketball World Cup Team, Diana Taurasi to Fourth --<p>Comprised of a mix of returning veterans, with a combined …

USA Basketball

What To Expect From ESPN's 'Pat Vs. Geno'

ESPN’s new documentary series, “Basketball: A Love Story,” includes a 25-minute segment on the relationship between Pat Summitt and Geno Auriemma and …


Opals coach backs team to fire despite injury woes

“That’s the way with all Opals teams I’ve been a part of, we just handle adversity, we move on and work with the players we have got and hope the …

New York Liberty

Lady Vols: Mercedes Russell's whirlwind year capped by WNBA championship

CLOSE<p>Sue Bird and the Seattle Storm aren't expecting an invitation to the White House, but they don't intend on going should one even come.<p>Mercedes …


Requiem for the Dream: WNBA team falls just short

When it comes to events, there is not a category of entertainment that has a more dedicated fan base than sports. Atlanta offers a particularly …

Women's Basketball

Eternal champion Taurasi draws motivation from her only defeat

TENERIFE (FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018) - On the eve of the summit in Tenerife, it will be 12 years since the USA last lost a game at the …

Women's Basketball

Is this Storm team the start of a dynasty?


How a former Toledo coach scaled the WNBA mountain

They say when one door closes, another opens, but Dan Hughes knows that is not true.

Women's Basketball

Atlanta Dream picks up extra year option on head coach Nicki Collen's contract

Atlanta Dream co-owners Mary Brock and Kelly Loeffler announced Tuesday morning that the franchise has picked up the third-year option on head coach …

Women's Basketball

Natasha Howard's charmed season ends with WNBA title

During Game 3 of the WNBA Finals last week, former Waite standout Natasha Howard knew she was having an out-of-body experience.

Women's Basketball

Lauren Jackson: Opals can win World Cup gold

The Opals are the pinnacle of Australian women’s sport and return to the world stage this week with the 2018 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup in …

FIBA World Cup

UConn facing crucial recruiting season

Over the last five years, the University of Connecticut women's basketball team has sent as many players to the WNBA (11) as it has on its current …

South Carolina

Canada Women's Basketball closes out exhibition series in France with win over Senegal

With the 2018 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup scheduled to begin on Saturday, Canada's Senior Women's National Team defeated Senegal, 75-56, to …

Rio Olympics

FIBA launches official FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018 app, offering personalized fan experience

MIES, Switzerland (FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018) - With the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018 set to tip off in just over two weeks' …

FIFA World Cup

Latvia line-up confirmed for Tenerife as countdown to historic debut continues

RIGA (FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018) - Martin Zibarts has confirmed the 12 players who will be ready to make history as Latvia get ready to …


All you need to know about the #FIBAWWC in Tenerife

TENERIFE (FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018) - There will be much to enjoy at the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018 in Tenerife and so …


To connect with a medal, Xargay had to disconnect from basketball

TENERIFE (FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018) - Even if basketball is the only drug you need, going cold turkey doesn't seem like a bad idea. …


Dominant Storm put finishing touches on entertaining WNBA season

It was obvious early on that this WNBA season was shaping up to be something special.<p>The titans of the past two seasons -- Minnesota and Los Angeles …


Syracuse women's basketball player earns spot on national squad

Digna Strautmane will represent her native Latvia in the women's basketball World Cup.

Boston College

What a record-breaking 2018 WNBA season means for the offseason

Members of the Seattle Storm celebrate after defeating the Washington Mystics 98-82 to win the WNBA Finals. With the 2018 season in the books, they …

Las Vegas Aces

Seattle Storm: WNBA Champions 2018

Experience the sights and sounds of the parade and victory rally for the Seattle Storm, winners of the 2018 WNBA Championship, at Seattle Center on …


A'ja Wilson and Dawn Staley Together Again with USA Basketball

A’ja Wilson and USA Basketball Women’s National Team head coach Dawn Staley have a special bond.<p>As the Red, White and Blue gear up for the FIBA World …

USA Basketball

Storm, fans celebrate third title with parade through Seattle

SEATTLE -- Fans were whooping and cheering as they celebrated the Seattle Storm's third WNBA championship during a parade and rally.<p>Editor's …

UConn Women: Catching Up With Katie Lou Samuelson

UConn’s women’s and men’s basketball teams, as well as the men’s hockey team signed autographs outside of Rentschler Field Saturday ahead of UConn …

Team USA

WNBA president prevaricates on league issues | MN Spokesman-Recorder | MSR News Online

Someone on Twitter recently complained that WNBA President Lisa Borders has mainly adopted a “cheerleading” posture rather than providing real …


USA Downs Canada 84-68 in Exhibition

• Box Score<br>• Additional Quotes<br>• Photo Gallery<p>Playing Canada in exhibition for the second time in the past week, the USA Women’s National Team earned …

Las Vegas Aces

Female Athletes Face Crazy Expectations. They Can Be Overcome.

When I met Melody Fairchild at Steens Mountain Running Camp in Oregon in 2006, I was a sub-elite runner in the throes of recovery from disordered eating, exercise bulimia and distorted body image. As a Division I student-athlete, I’d wrestled with what collegiate coaches, peers and, well, every …


WNBA players want better working conditions, and they’re not afraid to speak up about it

Here’s a look at a few of the attention-getting stands taken by players and coaches this year.