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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – William & Mary women's basketball head coach Ed Swanson announced the signing of Tyra Cox on Thursday afternoon. Cox joins an already announced class of Bailey Eichner, Nyla Pollard, Gabrielle Rogers, and Libby Underwood.. . . Read More
Kelsey Plum went first in the WNBA draft Thursday. Then, South Carolina took over. Plum was taken No. 1 by the San Antonio Stars. The Washington guard finished her college career with an NCAA-record 3,527 points. The Stars had the worst record last season and held the top pick for the first time in. . . Read More
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. – Fighting Illini women's basketball and head coach Nancy Fahey announced Thursday the addition of Lyric Robins (Plano, Texas) to the 2017-18 squad. A 5-foot-11 forward, Robins will join the Illini after playing at Plano West High School.. . . Read More
The Maryland women's basketball team will welcome South Carolina to College Park this November as part of a two-year, home-and-home series, the two schools announced Thursday.. . . Read More
NEW YORK CITY – Nia Coffey was drafted fifth overall by the San Antonio Stars Thursday night in the first round of the 2017 WNBA Draft. She is the highest draft pick in Northwestern women's basketball history and joins Amy Jaeschke (2007-11) as the only two Wildcats to be selected since the. . . Read More
In 2008, Candace Parker lead the Lady Vols to victory, 64-48, against Stanford in the NCAA tournament. The next day, she was drafted as a first-round pick to the LA Sparks. It wasn’t until 2011 that the WNBA finally moved the draft back, giving players a week between draft night and the final game . . . Read More
March Madness is over. Time to toss your brackets and turn your attention to the 2017 WNBA Draft, held Thursday in New York City and aired live on ESPN. Which 12 players will go first round? Who won’t make the cut? Before you place any bets, learn what top experts are saying about this year’s draft. . . Read More
In a dream scenario, the Sky would trade for San Antonio's No. 1 overall pick and the Stars would move down one slot in Thursday's WNBA draft (6 p.m., ESPN) and collect whatever picks and players Chicago offered to sweeten the deal. After the swap, the Sky would select Washington guard prospect . . . Read More



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