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Expansion, transition and double decade were part of the key points on Saturday’s pre All-Star game discussion from WNBA president Laurel J. Richie with the media. Without putting a timeline on reality for results, Richie said she was launching an expansion committee from representatives . . . Read More
Former Red Flash forward Shaqeia Stokes will continue to compete in collegiate basketball during the 2015-2016 season, using her final year of eligibility to play for the University of Cincinnati while pursuing her graduate degree. . . Read More
Long Beach State head women's basketball coach Jody Wynn has announced the 49ers' schedule for the upcoming 2015-16 season. LBSU will play six of its 14 non-conference games inside the friendly confines of the Walter Pyramid.. . . Read More
For Norrisha Victrum, it was a veritable knee to the gut. The 5-foot-5 Victrum had lifted her game – and that of Marshall women’s basketball late in February.. . . Read More
With All-Star weekend finished, the WNBA turns its attention to the second half of the season. The sprint to the playoffs and the WNBA championship will most likely hinge on which team can stay the healthiest. Minnesota is leading the Western Conference right now, but the Lynx are without two of. . . Read More
United States captain A'Ja Wilson had reason for a double celebration at the 2015 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship after receiving the Most Valuable Player award, presented by Tissot. Wilson had 30 points and 8 rebounds to lead the way for the USA in their 78-70 Final win over Russia. . . Read More
The United States made it a stunning sixth consecutive title after successfully defending their crown at the 2015 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship by holding off host nation Russia, 78-70, in Sunday's Final. A'ja Wilson had 30 points to set a new record for most points scored in a game by a USA . . . Read More
Australia managed to claim the last step of the podium for a second time in a row after fending off a comeback by Spain to complete a 69-62 success at the 2015 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship. Turning point: Off the back of a rampant start, Australia were ahead 27-9, but almost had their. . . Read More



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