Atlanta's Iziane Castro Marques talks about having back center Erika de Souza and how that impacts her role and the rest of the Dream. Minnesota's Maya Moore talks about the adjustments she expects both teams to make for Game 2 of the WNBA Finals.
Forget dancing like the stars. Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell took to the mic Friday at Big Blue Madness, belting out two hits by Bruno Mars.
In a game with such a wealth of riches, talent-wise, it might seem downright boring to focus on something as fundamental as rebounding. Yet if you wanted to point to one thing that decided the heavyweight bout Thursday between the two best teams in the WNBA, you gotta go with the glass.
DURHAM, N.C. -- A bad weekend for the postseason fortunes of teams from the Triangle stretched into Monday, as No. 7 seed DePaul ensured that No. 2 seed Duke joined the men’s teams from Duke and North Carolina on the NCAA tournament sideline.
The No. 4 Wildcats forced the Gamecocks into 11 turnovers in the first half, and then held on to advance to the finals of the SEC tournament.
ESPN analyst Debbie Antonelli breaks down the games of a member from each of the teams in espnW.com's Total Access series on Duke, North Carolina and NC State.
Having already clinched a 14th straight Pac-12 title, No. 5 Stanford (26-2, 15-1) tuned up for the postseason with an easy-peasy 83-60 win over the Huskies, a payback that probably took no one by surprise.
IPFW doesn't make the cut in Graham Hays' latest mid-major rankings, but Amanda Hyde is one of the best players -- both on the court and in the classroom -- whose season just might end before the NCAA tournament opens.
No need for delay this week. With most teams entering the backstretch of conference play and postseason positioning growing clearer by the day, let's get right to the rankings.
For the better part of a decade, the MAAC had more vowels than contenders. Iona finally evened the score. So while par for the course in leagues like the West Coast Conference and Atlantic 10 that stretch the definition of mid-major to begin with, there is more than a little significance to a pair of MAAC teams appearing on the list below.
Sensing uncertainty on the other end of the phone call as to his mental state the day after a loss against Saint Mary's that featured one of the stranger endings this season will produce, Kelly Graves just chuckled.
A whole lot was going on Thursday as conference play began for several teams and some disturbing WNBA news broke. One night is still just one night in a long basketball season, but this was an interesting one on many fronts.
'Tis the season for end-of-year lists. And while the end of the basketball year technically comes not with a ball dropping in Times Square but confetti on a court in Nashville, starting a new calendar signals a shift of sorts in the start of conference play across much of the country.
What college soccer fans have known for years looks increasingly a fact of life in basketball. Teams that treat the West Coast Conference as a little guy put themselves at risk of a big surprise.
Might Ohio be the most competitive state in women's college basketball? Ohio State was the top program for years, but Xavier moved to the top of the queue with Amber Harris and Ta'Shia Phillips, and it was tough to argue against Dayton as the top program a season ago.
If you are a women's basketball fan, there are some names you've likely heard a lot, but you might not have seen the players yet. Monday, you'll finally have the chance when North Carolina hosts Tennessee.