CollegeWNBA College, international seasons shaping up By Sue Favor - October 8, 2018 College team news: Five storylines for the Pac-12. What to expect from UCLA this season. Tennessee front court preview. Oregon returns with a veteran team. Maryland’s season may hinge on once again becoming elite on offense. Iowa State is eyeing a special season. Here’s why Wichita State will shoot more threes this season. Chattanooga is getting hyped with new coach Katie Burrows. College player news: Destiny Slocum’s long wait is almost over at Oregon State. Iowa State excitedly welcomes scorer Ashley Joens, a freshman. Bridget Carleton is back from the World Cup and practicing with the Cyclones. College coach news: The last piece of the Dawn Staley-Jim Sterk feud has been settled. McDaniel College coach Becky Martin still plans on winning, despite stage 4 cancer. WNBA news: Jr. NBA week tipped off today with a “Her time to play” initiative, which promotes girls basketball participation. WNBA player news: Breanna Stewart’s awards trifecta this year will be hard to repeat. Devereaux Peters left one writer less depressed on the day the new Supreme Court justice was sworn in. Stefanie Dolson talks about Gabby Williams’ rookie season. Renee Montgomery’s offseason playlist. International player news: The WNBL starts the season with optimism. Liz Cambage will sit out the Opals season. Nigeria’s Evelyn Akhator is setting her sights on the Tokyo Olympics.