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2015 has been a phenomenal year for female athletes. From Serena Williams' dominance in tennis, to the USA Women's Soccer team Winning the World Cup, they have highlighted the excellence of the female athlete. And with the growth of the WNBA, the league is playing a vital part in bridging the gap o. . . Read More
We caught up with former Mizzou guard Bailey Gee (2008-12), who is now working as a structural engineer in the Kansas City area.. . . Read More
WNBA All-Star Nneka Ogwumike talks with Swish Appeal about the upcoming All-Star Game. She's very excited for teammate Jantel Lavender and knows "West will win.". . . Read More
Dearica Hamby, now playing for the San Antonio Stars of the WNBA, has earned the 2014-15 Marge Crisp Award, presented to the top female student athlete at the school.. . . Read More
Oklahoma head women's basketball coach Sherri Coale is among six members of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2016. Joining Coale in the 18th group of inductees into the Hall of Fame on June 11, 2016, will be June Corteau (contributor), Joe Lombard (coach). . . Read More
The University of Massachusetts women's basketball team and head coach Sharon Dawley introduced Michael Patterson as a graduate assistant Friday. Patterson enters his fourth consecutive season facilitating program operations in 2015-16 after three years as a team manager. . . Read More
There will be lots of suspense going into the final night of the regular season Tuesday as to the final standings, including back at the top, thanks to a stunning 55-48 upset by Neon Green (9-2) over first-place and previously unbeaten Gold (10-1), the defending. . . Read More
Swish Appeal caught up with 6’4" New York Liberty Center Tina Charles regarding her All-Star selection -- and her happiness of playing in her hometown.. . . Read More

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