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Minor league sports franchises have come and gone in the St. Louis area, most of the male variety. St. Louis Surge owner Khalia Collier believes she has arrived at a moment that will help determine if women’s basketball can subsist in a market that has chewed up and spit out so many previous conten. . . Read More
Lisa Leslie didn’t like what she heard when visiting Shelbyville, Tenn., as a 16-year-old to play in a high school girls’ basketball tournament. The Tennessee Lady Vols didn’t like what she had to say thereafter. Leslie, the nation’s top recruit at the time, was playing for Morningside High from . . . Read More
The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee, will induct three players (Janeth Arcain, Janet Harris and Lisa Leslie) and three coaches (the late Kurt Budke, Gail Goestenkors and Brad Smith) this weekend. There also will be a ceremony naming the south rotunda of the Hall of Fame buil. . . Read More
It’s the middle of the third quarter and tensions are running high in Strathcona. For the players on All My Relations—a basketball team made up exclusively of indigenous women—the dream of winning the Strathcona Women’s Basketball League’s spring championship seems to be vanishing before their eyes. . . Read More
Thirty years seemed like a long time to Janet Harris, too long for a place in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. "I just never thought I'd get in," the former University of Georgia star said. "I was shocked." Harris is one of six inductees who will be honored Saturday as part of the Class of. . . Read More
Marti Whitmore patrolled the Reilly Center sideline as head coach of the St. Bonaventure women’s basketball team from 1993 to 2000. Now she has a new career — several miles in the sky. After other stints as an assistant coach at Bona’s and elsewhere, the Class of 1985 alumna is a commercial flight. . . Read More
Bernell Hooker has run a nonprofit organization for years with a main goal of educating and exposing girls and young women to the opportunities that come with participating in sports. But that always meant playing for someone else — a high school, a college, and if lucky, maybe a pro team far away.. . . Read More
Anytime young athletes can learn from the best is a boon, but learning from the best, who also hails from your hometown, makes it all the more special. Sturgis Scooper basketball legend Megan Mahoney spent the last three days in her hometown honing the talents of area athletes. The WNBA veteran is . . . Read More

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