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Coming off an important bounce-back season last winter, the Duke women’s basketball team gets an early start on winning big again this season. The Blue Devils will take a foreign tour to Italy from Aug. 14-23 where they will play three exhibition games. After missing the NCAA tournament in 2016. . . Read More
Injured Griner, Delle Donne will miss WNBA All-Star game
It was a tough week of injuries in the WNBA with both Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne getting sidelined.Griner injured her left knee and right ankle on Friday night in a loss to Minnesota. The WNBA's leading scorer is expected to be out a month. On the same night, Delle Donne sprained her . . . Read More
Defending WNBA champion Los Angeles Sparks remain a work in progress as All-Star Game break nears
Los Angeles returned the core of last season's WNBA championship team, but for as much as the Sparks need to build on the success of 2016, they also knew they'd be starting from scratch as they focus on repeating.. . . Read More
Why this WNBA team’s owners ignored the potential backlash to support Planned Parenthood
The team will donate $5 of each ticket sale to benefit Planned Parenthood.“I personally got my first birth control with Planned Parenthood. I think it’s a tremendous asset for women and girls and actually men, too, for some types of services,” Trudeau said. . . . Read More
Nebraska's first freshman signing class under Coach Amy Williams was ranked as the No. 20 group in the nation by espnW in its final rankings of the 2017 high school seniors on July 13.. . . Read More
Following a season of positive growth, Clemson women's basketball head coach Audra Smith received a contract extension through the 2020-21 season, the Board of Trustees Compensation Committee approved at its July meetings.. . . Read More
Former Morgan State women's basketball star Corin "Tiny" Adams, whose 2,058 career points with the Bears are the most among men and women at the school, completed her seventh season playing overseas this spring after a successful season with Panathinaikos Athens. The team finished third in Greece'. . . Read More
Caitlin Link, a 5-foot-9 senior guard at Edgewood High School in Madison, Wisconsin, has verbally committed to the SIU women's basketball team. Link announced the move on her Twitter account Friday. Link averaged 12.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game for the WIAA Division 3 state champ. . . Read More



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