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The 2015 WNBA playoffs thus far have been everything fans, players and coaches have longed for. For the first time since 2009, the finals will head into Game 5 between the Minnesota Lynx and Indiana Fever; two squads rallying behind their veterans in Maya Moore and Tamika Catchings, yet still. . . Read More
With a full week of official practice under their belt, Florida head coach Amanda Butler talked with the media Monday morning as part of the Gators’ All-Sports Press Conference. There are 32 days until the Gators launch their 42nd season of varsity competition, opening the season on the road at. . . Read More
Danielle Crockrom was the bridge between the bad and good of Baylor women’s basketball. Part of one of the most dramatic turnarounds in the history of women’s college basketball, the 6-foot-1 post was one of the few bright spots in a 7-20 season in 1999-2000, averaging 12.0 points and 7.2 rebounds. . . Read More
Dartmouth trustee Gail Koziara Boudreaux ’82 and her family have given $2 million to the college to endow the women’s basketball head coach position. Boudreaux, the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in Dartmouth women’s basketball history and a three-time Ivy League Player of the Year, describe. . . Read More
Before the Indiana Fever embarked on their 11th consecutive trip to the WNBA playoffs, veteran star Tamika Catchings handed out a journal to every one of her teammates. The message was simple: For as routine as these trips have come for the Fever, it was so important to soak up the opportunities. . . Read More
University of Iowa graduate Melissa Dixon signed a professional contract today, and will continue her basketball career with the Ringwood Hawks in Melbourne, Australia.. . . Read More
Today, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) revealed their 2015-16 Preseason accolades and Massachusetts native Alexis Udoji (Randolph) received recognition as she was chosen to the Preseason All-Conference Team for the second consecutive season. Furthermore, the conference also released its. . . Read More
Not that Diana Taurasi has ever needed much reason to needle her good friend and former UConn teammate Sue Bird, but alas, now there is this. Those two were the "championship" contenders in the espnW best women's basketball player ever bracket that has been contested throughout the WNBA playoffs. . . Read More

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