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Head Coach Darrick Mathews and the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s basketball team revealed its list of fall signees, announcing six additions to the 2017 signing class.. . . Read More
Cierra Burdick will join the San Antonio Stars, according to a source familiar with the team’s plans, becoming the newest addition to the Stars’ roster after waiving veteran Erika de Souza. Burdick participated in Stars practice on Monday.. . . Read More
The Connecticut Sun are the No. 3 team in the WNBA, their success not showing signs of being a fluke. Trailing the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks in the rankings – two titans in the WNBA – the Sun is one of the most feared teams in the . . . Read More
Fighting Illini women's basketball and head coach Nancy Fahey announced the addition of graduate transfer Alli Ball to the Illini squad for the 2017-18 season. A 6-foot-1 forward, Ball will join the Illini after playing three seasons with the Akron Zips.. . . Read More
Former UConn guard Saniya Chong reflects on first WNBA season
There were plenty of thoughts going through Saniya Chong’s mind when she entered concussion protocol earlier this month. Right near the top of the list was a concern whether she would be cleared in time to return to Connecticut for the first time since her four-year run at UConn came to an end.. . . Read More
Brittney Sykes: From Syracuse To Atlanta, The Sky’s The Limit
In her first four months in the WNBA, Brittney Sykes has checked a lot of boxes off her professional basketball list. She was drafted with the 7th overall pick by the Atlanta Dream, made it through training camp, picked up Rookie of the Month honors for July, and is now making a great case for Rook. . . Read More
Sure, talking to Curt Miller, to the players in the Connecticut Sun locker room, and the talk has been on making the WNBA playoffs, nothing more. There was sense in that, with the Sun in a playoff drought that dated back to 2012, in walking before they ran.. . . Read More
In what had been all but decided already, the Minnesota Lynx, Los Angeles Sparks and Connecticut Sun have clinched WNBA playoff berths. The actual seeding has yet to play out, but not many people would be surprised for these teams to head into the postseason ranked 1, 2 and 3, respectively.. . . Read More



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