College team news:
The Cardinal and Beavers battle it out for the Pac 12 title tomorrow night.
Seniors are leading the way for Florida State.
Syracuse rides with its seniors, but how far can that journey last?
Iowa State is looking for a resume-building win against #10 Texas tomorrow.
St. John's is pushing toward the postseason.
Georgia is in danger of breaking a decades-old winning streak.
Ohio has three games to revive its offense.
Growth continues for Drake heading into their Northern Iowa rematch.
Wichita State has features to build around with their new coach.
College player news:
Wasuingon's Kelsey Plum is nearing the NCAA scoring record.
Brionna Jones' jersey is headed for the rafters of Maryland's Xfinity Center.
Lindsay Allen has been one of a kind for Notre Dame.
Shayla Cooper's leadership has been molded by her journey at Ohio State.
Jacinta Vandenberg is Oregon's "Mama Duckling."
Oregon State's Sydney Wiese says the chance to clinch a Pac 12 title on senior weekend is a storybook ending.
Kelsey Moos brought a winning mentality and unparalleled leadership to Arizona State.
Sophie Brunner brought the Sun Devils back to greatness.
Vanderbilt's Marqu'es Webb and Minta Spears are enjoying their senior moments.
Seniors Lizzy Wendell and Caitlin Ingle are a class to remember at Drake.
Florida senior Ronni Williams is coping as her career winds down.
Duke's Erin Mathias has a passion for fashion.
West Virginia's Teana Muldrow wants wins more than accolades.
BYU's seniors are finishing a long, short, up-and-down ride with the team.
There is mutual respect among Navy's seniors.
Senior Mckayla Yentz reflects on her time at Marquette.
UConn's Tierney Lawlor has found her calling.
College coach news:
Senior night will be full of emotion for Gonzaga seniors and coach Lisa Fortier.
The evolution of Creighton basketball through the eyes of coach Jim Flanery.
Seimone Augustus stands up for better pay in the WNBA.
Storm forward Breanna Stewart says her knee rehab is going well.
February 22, 2017
Team Player Transaction
Atlanta Jarry, Rachel Contract Signed
Connecticut Adams, Danielle Contract Signed
Washington Hawkins, Tianna Contract Signed
More Wiggins fallout:
WNBA president Lisa Borders was stunned by Wiggin's comments.
Breanna Stewart says her first year in the WNBA was great, and she felt comfortable.
Stewart supports an investigation into abuse allegations.
Kayte Christensen rebuttal.
Chantel Tremitiere rebuttal.