CollegeWNBA WNBA player news rules the day By Sue Favor - May 1, 2018 WNBA player news: Jewell Loyd is in a dope new movie, “She Got Game.” Chiney Ogwumike will be a full-time ESPN analyst while playing in the WNBA. A’ja Wilson has signed an endorsement deal with Nike. WNBA team news: Minnesota hasn’t received an invitation to the White House from Trump. The Lynx’s biggest offseason move was signing Tanisha Wright. League news: The WNBA has taken the SheIs pledge to support other women’s pro sports leagues. College player news: Missouri’s Cierra Porter is pondering a medical retirement due to knee issues. South Carolina is under consideration for Clemson grad transfer Nelly Perry. UMaine transfer Julie Brosseau has landed at Utah. College coach news: Brooke Wycoff has been promoted to associate head coach at Florida State. Ben Finkbeiner has been promoted to associate head coach at Utah State. Winthrop coach Lynette Woodard has hired two assistant coaches and a DOBO. One of the Seattle Storm’s original franchise players in 2000, Quacy Barnes, is a new assistant coach at Indiana State. Danielle O’Banion is a new assistant coach at Minnesota. Kamie Ethridge has signed her first two recruits at Washington State. Paula Krueger is Northern State’s new head coach after the retirement of Curt Fredrickson.