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Swish Appeal was given an exclusive excerpt from the new book called, “The Final Season: The Perseverance of Pat Summitt.” The first chapter is reprinted below, with permission from the author, Maria M.Cornelius, to give readers a taste before the book is released on Oct. 1. . . Read More
Former Gonzaga women’s basketball standout Shaniqua Nilles recently signed a contract to play for SISU Copenhagen in Copenhagen, Denmark. Nilles played in 107 games as a Zag. Her 10 career starts came in her final 10 games in a GU uniform. The Spokane native was a spark for Gonzaga, providing energ. . . Read More
Olamide Aborowa arrived in Austin with nothing more than a duffel bag and a backpack. It was a tangible reminder of how far she had come despite having so little. There's no denying the dearth of material items she has possessed over the years. But Aborowa has never been short on opportunities. . . Read More
Lost amid this summer’s deluge of splashier, less uncomfortable headlines, a group of WNBA players refused to have their public political protests silenced. Threatened with discipline and fines, they fought the league. And won. . . Read More
DeLisha Milton-Jones is stubbornly optimistic, which is a pretty necessary quality for someone to be a professional athlete for two decades. Milton-Jones hoped for one more opportunity this year in the WNBA -- reached out to teams and stayed in shape -- ready to go if she got the call. She felt she. . . Read More
Nneka Ogwumike, who led the Los Angeles Sparks to the No. 2 seed in the WNBA playoffs, was named MVP for the 2016 season, the league announced Tuesday. It's the first MVP honor for the 6-foot-2 forward, who averaged a career-high 19.7 points, 9.1 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.2 blocks this season, he. . . Read More
n June, the WNBA honored 20 of its greatest and most influential players ever. Yolanda Griffith was one of the select few included in this group. The former Sacramento Monarch won a WNBA championship in 2005, won MVP, Defensive Player of the Year & Newcomer of the Year in 1999 and has the sixth mos. . . Read More
If you’re not enamored with Major League Baseball’s wild-card playoff, then you’ll probably dislike what the WNBA has done to spike early postseason excitement. That’s how I felt with the WNBA concocting not just one, but two single-elimination rounds in a new playoff format. . . Read More



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