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When Mackenzie DeWees first set foot in Quinnipiac University's gymnasium, she said she was immediately reminded of Manchester Valley's. The big floor, the bright lights — it was exactly what she had envisioned for her future. DeWees announced her verbal commitment to play Division I basketball . . . Read More
The University of Louisville women's basketball staff landed commitment No. 1 from the Class of 2017 on Saturday night as California post Loretta Kakala committed to the Cardinals on her official visit.. . . Read More
Elena Delle Donne makes her third Carpenter Center appearance as a member of the WNBA’s Chicago Sky on Sunday, but first as a U.S. Olympian after being named to the team for the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Wednesday. The Sky will play the New York Liberty at 2 p.m. in a WNBA preseaso. . . Read More
Before her first game as a professional athlete, before the Liberty tips off its WNBA preseason at Chicago on Sunday, Adut Bulgak will uncap a marker and carefully print the name of her two dead brothers on her sneakers. The Liberty’s 6-4 rookie does this not only to honor her family and the role . . . Read More
As it turns out, the Indiana Fever’s chance to become the WNBA’s 2015 champions might have vanished in the opening minutes of the climactic Game 5 of the WNBA Finals. The Fever’s Briann January was defending against Minnesota point guard Lindsay Whalen. January planted her leg and “felt a pop” in . . . Read More
University of Colorado’s Jamee Swan is set to continue her basketball career overseas as the four-year letterwinner has signed a professional contract to play in Luxembourg. Swan, a 6-2 forward from Marana, Ariz. will be playing for Dudelange and is scheduled to join her new team later this summer. . . Read More
Sophomore center Azurá Stevens has decided to join the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team after transferring from Duke University, as announced on Saturday. The Raleigh, N.C. native will be forced to sit out the 2016-17 season due to NCAA transfer rules and will have two. . . Read More
The Dream believed so much in Elizabeth Williams that they traded their No. 4 pick in the recent draft to acquire her from Connecticut. Coach Michael Cooper thinks that the 6-foot-3 center can be the anchor of a defense that needs to improve in several areas and a contributor on offense with her pa. . . Read More

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