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Sopron, Hungary--- Incoming Hofstra women's basketball freshman Ana Hernandez Gil has been named to Spain's 12-player roster for the U18 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) European Championship, which begins this weekend in Hungary.. . . Read More
The Florida State Women’s Basketball team has added another marquee opponent to its 2016-17 non-conference schedule. FSU will host Texas at the Donald L. Tucker Center on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, at a time to be determined. The matchup in Tallahassee pits two teams with large. . . Read More
Oregon State women's basketball head coach Scott Rueck has named Sharon Rissmiller interim assistant coach. Rissmiller temporarily fills the void of the departure of former assistant coach Mandy Close and will remain in the position until a permanent coach is named. Rissmiller spent the. . . Read More
The Indiana Fever had four players score in double-digits as they pulled away in the forth quarter and defeated the New York Liberty, 82-70, on Thursday. What were the emotions of the birthday-girl Tamika Catchings, 37, a WNBA legend and shoe-in Hall of Famer, on her last . . . Read More
The Indiana Fever looked to extend their winning streak, after taking down the LA Sparks earlier this week. That task would be no easy one, as they faced New York in Madison Square Garden and lost to the Liberty the previous two times they played. Today, Lynetta Kizer too over. . . Read More
They wore the shirts. They broke the WNBA’s rules. They’ve been fined. And now, New York Liberty players, comes the part where you make your greatest statement and your strongest stand. And that’s why you loved center Tina Charles wearing her T-shirt inside-out during warmups before Thursday’s los. . . Read More
The Los Angeles Sparks’ Candace Parker and Nneka Ogwumike , two of the best women’s basketball players in the world, won’t be heading to Brazil to join their American teammates when the WNBA begins its Olympic break on Saturday. Having the MVP front-runners refreshed when play resumes in late Augus. . . Read More
WNBA players understand that even as the league celebrates its 20th anniversary season, it's still in growth mode. They know there's no foreseeable end for the need to play overseas after the WNBA season ends to supplement their incomes. They're used to armoring themselves against insults from that. . . Read More



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