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 Four Sisters, One Sport
Four members of the Ogwumike family play basketball, including sisters Erica and Olivia, who currently play for the Pepperdine women’s basketball team. When asked if any legendary backyard hoops battles or two-on-two games led to fisticuffs, Erica, the youngest member of the quartet, replied tha. . . Read More
Kansas City will be home to a professional women’s basketball team again starting this May. The team is called the Kansas City Majestics and it will play in the Women’s Blue Chip Basketball League, which includes 40 developmental squads in nine regions. The city was previously home to the Kansas Ci. . . Read More
If you have your diary at the ready, it's time to take a look at just some of the key events in the women's basketball world that I will be circling during 2016.. . . Read More
During the opening week of the 2015-16 season, the Kings plan to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Monarchs WNBA Championship and the achievements of female athletes and acknowledge the recent (and overdue) trend of hiring women as coaches in the NBA and the NFL and in broadcasting. . . Read More
The International Basketball Federation introduced its nine-member 2015 Hall of Fame Class on Saturday, and it included a name familiar to many in Hampton Roads: former Old Dominion star Anne Donovan. Donovan joined Michael Jordan and others from Cuba, Russia, Lithuania and beyond in the weekend. . . Read More
In her younger years, Kenyatta Collier was a basketball star at Chester County High School in Henderson, Tenn., who earned a scholarship to Jackson State Community College. The Tennessee native was smart, outgoing and devoted to her family even when she moved away to cities including Indianapolis . . . Read More
It's been the summer for women in sports, particularly for San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon, who is continuing to break down barriers for women in basketball. And WNBA legend Lisa Leslie said Hammon's success, as well as the recent hiring of Nancy Lieberman as an assistant coach by. . . Read More
Years ago, when Dorothy Okatch was getting her start as a basketball referee in the Namibian Basketball Federation, a towering player took issue with a foul she called against him. The player strode up to Okatch, brought his face inches away from hers and yelled about the call. She briefly consider. . . Read More

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