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Even through injury, Gonzaga senior Emma Wolfram provides a spark for the Bulldogs | The Spokesman-Review

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team is doing something amazing for Emma Wolfram, whose injuries kept her off the court all season: a ceremonial start on Senior Day against BYU.

Spurs coach, players believe Becky Hammon would be a great men's coach at CSU

First full-time female assistant in NBA won't say whether or not she'd be interested in coaching the Rams

Michelle Smith Feature: After looking elsewhere, Oregon's Bando found her place at home | Pac-12

Michelle Smith's feature on Oregon's Lexi Bando and playing in her hometown of Eugene, after first deciding to go elsewhere.

She listened to her mom — and went from a liability to a star for the Hurricanes | Miami Herald

Erykah Davenport, a 6-2 senior who will play her final home game for the Miami Hurricanes on Sunday, is a big reason UM has won eight of its past 11 games and is poised to make a postseason run.

Three seniors have combined their talents to give BYU women’s basketball another winning season - The Salt Lake Tribune

Provo • Their stays at BYU have ranged from five years to one, but the three seniors on the Cougars women’s basketball team who will be playing in their final regular-season games Saturday at Gonzaga say they wouldn’t change a thing about their college careers.

In July 2016, four players on the Minnesota Lynx WNBA team wore black shirts in support of the Black Lives Matter social justice movement. The WNBA…

Ties between Oregon Ducks guard Justine Hall, coach Kelly Graves date back to Hall’s childhood | Oregon Ducks Basketb...

Even Kelly Graves needed a little serendipity to land his most important recruit, his wife Mary. Back when the Oregon women’s basketball coach was a young assistant at Portland under longtime coach Jim Sollars, Graves was on the same staff as Tammy Hall, a former Pilots player. Hall (formerly Tammy Maszy) and her husband Darryl introduced Graves to his future bride over Thanksgiving weekend.

Michelle Smith Feature: Spotlight on Pac-12 women's basketball's super seniors | Pac-12

Michelle Smith features the Pac-12's Super Seniors heading into the final week of the 2017-18 regular season.

South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley files lawsuit against Missouri AD | Sports |

COLUMBIA — South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley is suing Missouri athletics director Jim Sterk for making “tortious and defamatory statements” regarding Staley and her program, remarks that also

In the twilight of her Louisville career, Myisha Hines-Allen isn't ready to look back

One of the most accomplished players in Louisville history, Hines-Allen doesn't want to reflect on her career just yet.

Azzi Fudd's jump shot is one of the best in high school hoops. It’s an exact replica of her mom’s. - The Washington Post

Freshman Azzi Fudd, the leading scorer for No. 1 St. John’s, learned to shoot from her mother, Katie Smrcka-Duffy Fudd, a former local high school and college star.

Dambo, Colley bring international experience to women's basketball | The State News

Traveling across the world, packing your bags and having an opportunity to playing Division I basketball is what many young athletes aspire so that they can pursue their dreams of playing professional sports.

USA Women’s National Team to Play Exhibition Game April 26 in Seattle's KeyArena - - Official Site of the WNBA

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Hosted by the Seattle Storm, the USA Basketball Women’s National Team, in continuing preparations for the 2018 FIBA World Cup of Basketball, will conduct a three-day spring training camp in Seattle that will culminate with an April 26 exhibition game at KeyArena against an international opponent to be announced at a later date.

Senior A'ja Wilson has already transformed South Carolina Gamecocks

The college career of A'ja Wilson, the hometown star who brought South Carolina its first national championship, is winding down. Saying goodbye won't be easy. But what a ride it has been.

Fellow WNBA Greats Reflect on HOF Finalists Tina Thompson, Katie Smith - - Official Site of the WNBA

This past week was full of celebration for WNBA legends Tina Thompson and Katie Smith. A few days after both were announced as members of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2018 class, the two were named 2018 finalists for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.

The summer Olympian quietly soaking up Canadian experience in PyeongChang

Displaced Canadian basketball player and two-time summer Olympian Natalie Achonwa headed to PyeongChang for a taste of home.

This forward tore her ACL. Mizzou women’s basketball is better because of it | The Kansas City Star

Jordan Frericks tore a ligament in her right knee, which delayed her senior season by a year. Now she’s helping Missouri women’s basketball have one of its best seasons ever.

But as the greatest Ohio State women's basketball player in history, one of the most decorated Olympian basketball players, period, and the owner of a legendary professional career, it's high time that she gets into Naismith Hall of Fame. She's a finalist this year, and it's hard to think of someone more deserving or with a better resume (which she just added to as the new head coach of the New York Liberty!).

Utah women's basketball star Emily Potter goes public about her battle with depression - The Salt Lake Tribune

Utah senior women’s basketball star Emily Potter decided that she’s done being afraid and she also wants to help others.

‘I’m just a bucket of tears’: A’ja Wilson is ready for a bittersweet Senior Night | The State

South Carolina women’s basketball star A’ja Wilson will play her last regular-season home game on Senior Night on Feb. 22, 2018, against LSU.

As career nears end, Mitchell seeks one last run - The Blade

Kelsey Mitchell and the Buckeyes are hoping to make a run in the NCAA tournament, which will play the Final Four in Columbus.