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The Purdue women’s basketball team unveiled the first part of its 2016-17 schedule Monday, releasing its exhibition matchup and the majority of its non-conference schedule. The Boilermakers will play seven home games in Mackey Arena in addition to its exhibition opener against Ursuline College. . . Read More
Former Liberty women’s basketball player Reagan Miller has been named Director of Operations for women’s basketball, head coach Randy Norton announced Monday.. . . Read More
After an excruciatingly long wait (but no longer than usual, for all intents and purposes), the 2016 WNBA season is finally upon us. One week down, and there’s already plenty to talk about, whether it be a deep draft class showing out early, the return of several star players, or even a preseason. . . Read More
There was a time when Batouly Camara was in the mix to join the UConn women's basketball program. According to a report by the Hartford Courant, that may actually end up happening as Camara is considering a transfer to UConn.It was almost two years ago to the day that I posted a blog about the. . . Read More
When former UConn star Stefanie Dolson posted a photo on instagram of a moment of pure joy with her and her partner, she wasn't thinking it would result in her declaring in a story on the ESPN site that she is in a gay relationship. However, in the days since that article was published, the All-Sta. . . Read More
Sylvia Fowles knew how much better it could be. That’s why she showed up in Minnesota a couple weeks before Lynx training camp even began. Things were already pretty good. Acquired from Chicago in a midseason, three-team trade in 2015, the 6-6 Olympic center jumped right into the mix. . . Read More
It took overtime, but the Washington Mystics won their first game of the 2016 season Thursday night over the Connecticut Sun, 84-76. Tayler Hill led all scorers with 24 points, but it was Tierra Ruffin-Pratt who hit what turned out to be the dagger in overtime. . . Read More
This may have been the fourth game for the Dallas Wings, however it was the first one in front of their new home crowd. Returning home to play also brought happiness to the home crowd, as All-Star Skylar Diggins returned to the court and Odyssey Sims continued to lead Dallas. . . Read More



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