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Tonight’s WNBA action was a tale of two blowouts:

Indiana over the Sun, 95-61, in what Fever Coach Lin Dunn called her team’s best game yet.

Lynx thrashed the Liberty, 102-70.

Other WNBA:

Something we’ve all noticed – the injuries keep piling up this season.

Lynx guard Seimone Augustus will be the grand marshal at the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Parade in the twin cities. The entire story.

Hollinger power rankings.

Dishin & Swishin features Katie Smith and Mike Thibault.

Title IX:

Thankful for Title IX, all sports heroes.

Birch Bayh’s legislation is still alive and well 40 years later.

WNBA President Laurel Richie talks about Title IX.

State Department and ESPN partner:

The U.S. State Department and ESPN have joined forces to create the Global Sports Mentoring Program:

The program is part of the State Department’s larger Empowering Women and Girls Through Sports initiative, which is pushing to get more women and girls involved in sports to “experience the benefits of participation: improved health, greater self-esteem, and greater academic success.”

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