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Sugar Rodgers is no stranger to stardom. However, after three seasons of professional basketball, the Suffolk native has reached new levels of exposure this season. Rodgers cemented herself as the starting guard for the WNBA’s New York Liberty this season, starting every game and leading the league. . . Read More
First-time Olympian Brittney Griner understands what it means to serve and represent her country. "I'm super excited. I wanted to enlist when I was younger. My dad enlisted in the military," Griner said. "I have a lot of military and law enforcement in my family. To be able to play for my country . . . Read More
Stephanie White has the perfect calling card as she hits the recruiting trails during the WNBA's Olympic break working on her other job as coach of the Vanderbilt Commodores. Coaches, players and parents can simply take a look at her fast-paced Indiana Fever. Those games also are proving a great . . . Read More
Tricia Binford’s first victory against Robin Selvig came on Feb. 8, 2008, inside Worthington Arena at Montana State. It was one of the more frenetic games in the 42-year history of the women’s basketball rivalry between Montana and MSU. In the end, Binford’s Bobcats outlasted Selvig’s Lady Griz 91-. . . Read More
The numbers may be down but the optimism remains high for the Wright State women’s basketball team under first-year coach Katrina Merriweather. The Raiders have 12 players, and one — senior forward Antania Hayes — is unlikely to play after suffering an ACL injury in March during the Horizon League . . . Read More
It’s been almost 20 years since Sue Semrau took over the Florida State women’s basketball program. To just say that it’s different now would be laughably inadequate. To only say that it’s gotten better wouldn’t come close to doing it justice either. No, from where it was to where it’s come — the . . . Read More
The last photograph seen in the hallway leading to the gymnasium of the MSG Training Facility is of former New York Liberty guard Teresa Weatherspoon emphatically holding up a sign commemorating the team's 2002 Eastern Conference championship. For the past week, aspiring basketball players ranging . . . Read More
Just after the United States routed Canada by 40 points, Geno Auriemma and his UConn greats posed for a group photo on the court. The five UConn players, who helped the Huskies win 10 of their 11 national championships, received one last rousing ovation from the crowd. A fitting send off for the . . . Read More



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