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Nigerian national team player highlights Labette women
The first time Mitch Rolls was thrust into offseason recruiting, he had two weeks to stitch together a roster for the Labette Cardinals women’s basketball program — a program he inherited in 2015 in shambles after the departure of former head coach Anna Nimz coupled with the lengthy hiring process.. . . Read More
The NM State women's basketball staff continues to take form with the hiring of assistant coach DeAudra Brown. . . Read More
Aztec alum Chelsea Hopkins signed a seven-day contract with the WNBA's Atlanta Dream this week. Hopkins, who has been playing professionally since finishing her SDSU career in 2013, was the 2013 Mountain West Player of the Year and an All-America honorable mention during her two-year SDSU career.. . . Read More
WNBA: Eight things you should know as you watch the All-Star game this Saturday
This year’s WNBA All-Star game is unlike any All-Star game you have ever seen. Ten of the final 22 who will be playing are first time All-Stars — with three being starters for the East. Yes, you read that right: TEN. Say goodbye to watching the same stars battle it out, and say hello to new faces w. . . Read More
Kelsey Plum scores career-high in Stars
In Thursday's WNBA action, the #San Antonio Stars hosted the Indiana Fever for the final game ahead of the league's All-Star Game. With just two wins so far this season, the Stars were able to grab a third victory and their second against the Fever. Here's a look at how the Fever vs. Stars game pla. . . Read More
The Phoenix Mercury overhauled its entire roster going into the 2017 WNBA season, expecting fresh talent and exciting chemistry to forge a new era of Mercury basketball. Remarkably, it was instead a familiar face who came to rejuvenate this Mercury season. Mo Currie, acquired on June 28 for Shay Mu. . . Read More
Basketball: All-Star Tiffany Hayes is finally getting the attention she deserves
Atlanta Dream guard Tiffany Hayes will be making her first WNBA All-Star Game appearance this weekend as she starts for the Eastern Conference in Saturday’s contest in Seattle. She received more votes from fans, players, and the media than any other Eastern Conference guard. But Hayes said it’s abo. . . Read More
WNBA Team Raises Money for $47 Million Planned Parenthood Industry
Last night, the Seattle Storm of the WNBA hosted a Planned Parenthood Night, which included a “Stand with Planned Parenthood” rally before the team’s game with the Chicago Sky. The event was organized by the Storm’s owners who pledged to donate $5 of every ticket sold to the Planned Parenthood of t. . . Read More



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