Friday, September 22, 2017

The news flow ramps up

WNBA Finals news:

Refs for the Finals are: Sue Blauch, Eric Brewton, Cheryl Flores, Maj Forsberg, Roy Gulbeyan, Byron Jarrett, Billy Smith, Kurt Walker and Jeff Wooten.

The series is another chapter in the riveting Sparks-Lynx rivalry.

The Sparks are preparing for a war of wills.

The MVP showdown highlights the Finals rematch.

How the Lynx captivated a city and built from the ground up.

Why is Minnesota so good? They have a blast together.

The Finals are all about star power.

The Sparks and the Lynx are superteams.

With its quirks and acoustics, Williams Arena could give Lynx a distinct advantage over the Sparks.

Q&A with Candace Parker.

Nneka Ogwumike is stepping between the lines for the Finals.

Maya Moore hopes history doesn't repeat itself for her team.

Odyssey Sims is ready to embrace her first taste of the Finals.

The Lynx owner will stick with the team over going being with the Timberwolves in China.

Player news:

Sylvia Fowles donated some of her MVP bonus money to buy bikes for girls.

Former WNBA player news:

Chamique Holdsclaw is still advocating for mental health.

College team news:

Breaking down UConn's 2017-2018 schedule.

Cancer survivor Julie Taggart has become a Marquette superfan.

College player news:

Top prospect Charli Collier has decommitted from UConn and will go to Texas.

A'ja Wilson will be featured in a special halftime dance performance at tomorrow's South Carolina football game.

College coach news:

UConn coach Geno Auriemma has offered to forego his salary next year, as Connecticut's education budget battle continues.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

No news stone left unturned

Finals news:

Lindsay Whalen sees two great teams and a lot of great players in the Finals.

Relive the first Finals rematch.


Allisha Gray was named rookie of the year.

Gray reflects on a trophy-filled 2017.

WNBA team news:

The Mercury will go into 2018 with more pieces.

WNBA player news:

Odyssey Sims has stepped up her game in her first season with the Sparks.

Lindsay Whalen's pre-workout power meal.

Photos from the WNBA's inspiring women luncheon.

Chiney Ogwumike interviews the great Tamika Catchings.

Chiney also interviews Cappie Pondexter and Skylar Diggins.

Brittney Sykes and Alexis Peterson will play for the same team overseas this winter.

Ramu Tokashiki welcomes every chance to learn the game.

WNBA coach news:

The Sun have extended coach Curt Miller's contract through the 2021 season.

WNBA owner news:

Storm co-owner Ginny Gilder will join the "Pedal for Pat" cycling fundraiser.

WNBA Live18:

The WNBA has made its video game debut.

Women's National Team news:

Dawn Staley and the Women's National Team is set to begin training camp.

College team news:

The city of Norman is exploring building a new arena that could house Oklahoma basketball.

The Huskers will have their preseason opening event outside.

A former USC player is suing New Mexico State for allegedly rescinding a job offer after learning she is a former lesbian who now identifies as straight.

College player news:

JMU has dismissed senior forward Amber Porter for violating team rules.

College coach news:

Facing a massive budget cut, UConn fires back at the Legislature with Geno Auriemma.