Women’s Basketball Archives

  • Lets Hear It For The Ladies

    CALIFORNIA (BASN) — The month of March has been designated Women’s History Month, so let’s shed some basketball love and history. The game of women’s basketball has changed over the years....

  • Domination by Elimination

    MILWAUKEE (BASN) — Now playing in arenas near you: “Domination by Elimination, The Connecticut Way.” This show is directed by the Don of UConn women’s basketball, head coach Geno Auriemma. Auriemma...

  • Welcome back, Renee

    CONNECTICUT — Last fall, Connecticut Sun coach Mike Thibault received a phone call from Lindsay Whalen during the Team USA basketball camp in Washington, D.C. “Lindsay says, ‘You need to get...

  • Swoopes lands in Greece

    SEATTLE — Former Storm G Sheryl Swoopes is headed to Greece to play for Esperides (6-3), replacing Los Angeles Sparks F Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton. Swoopes is expected to debut next week. Wisdom-Hylton...

  • Back To Basics For Parker

    ILLINOIS — When Larry Stewart began helping then-Naperville Central High School senior Candace Parker train, he already saw the talent that has led to her become one of the most successful...

  • New Country, Same Game

    ISRAEL — A few moments after Courtney Paris sealed Maccabi Ashdod’s 84-82 win in the Winner Cup final from the free throw line, her twin sister Ashley felt her throat choke...

  • Ready for the sequel

    TULSA — Sylvester Stallone made Rocky and Rambo sequels when he was in his 60s. Nolan Richardson, 67, is ready to crank out a sequel, too. “Forty Minutes of Hell, Part...

  • From Jennifer, With Love

    WASHINGTON — Whether its offering an encouraging word or challenging the post players defensively, U.S. women’s basketball assistant coach Jennifer Gillom is making her presence felt in training camp. “I’m just...

  • Fast Forward To San Antonio

    CONNECTICUT (BASN) — Let’s just forget the regular season. Does it really matter? Let’s have some fun and fast forward to San Antonio in April — site of the 2010 Women’s...

  • A great day for a special ‘Knight’

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — For nearly seven months, C. Vivian Stringer couldn’t find the right words. Following a standing ovation during her introduction that lasted nearly a minute Friday night, the words...

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