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When the schedule was announced for the WNBA’s expansion Dallas Wings, Indiana Fever star Tamika Catchings had June 25th circled on the calendar. “Of course, coming to Dallas, I was like, ‘ooh,’” Catchings said. “Being right up the street from my home and being able to have my community be able to. . . Read More
Gabby Hanson knew the season was over as she hugged the departing seniors in the Oregon State locker room after the team's loss to undefeated Connecticut. Then, she realized her senior year had started. Coming off the program's first trip to the Final Four, where OSU fell to the No. 1 team 80-51, . . . Read More
It begins, almost always, with whispers. A’ja Wilson will be at the counter when she hears the hushed voices behind her, and she knows what’s coming next. She will take a seat with her order, and sense hesitant footsteps and craning necks. Inevitably, she will just have taken her first big bite whe. . . Read More
In the days after her women's basketball team was unexpectedly bounced from the first round of the NCAA Tournament, disappointed coach Katie Meier met with her staff and tried to find answers. The Hurricanes, a Top 25 team all season and a No. 5 seed in the tournament, had expected an upset-minded . . . Read More
Jayde VanHyfte, a 6-1 forward from Annawan, Ill., is Arizona State's first women's basketball commitment in the class of 2018. VanHyfte already has scored more than 1,000 career points in high school even though her sophomore season was cut short in January by a torn ACL in her knee. She plans to . . . Read More
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – The University of Northern Iowa women's basketball program announced its 2016-17 non-conference schedule today, highlighted by three Big 12 games and six games in the McLeod Center.. . . Read More
HATBORO, Pa. – An overtime win and a forfeit loss left Team Pink as the only unbeaten team after Thursday night’s action in the Philadelphia/Suburban NCAA Certified Women’s Basketball Summer League. Lauren Rothfield, a senior from. . . Read More
Breanna Stewart took the time before the Seattle Storm's game Friday night to write the names of the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting on her colorful shoes. The No. 1 draft pick knows it's just a small gesture to remember those who were killed June 12 at a gay nightclub. . . Read More

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