CollegeWNBA Standout previews By Sue Favor - October 18, 2019 College team news: Maryland: three things to watch this season. A talented freshman class is already making waves for the Terps. Arkansas is savoring its progress. Tennessee is trying to catch up with the top SEC teams. Alabama is healthy and has more depth. College player news: From menace to leader: Kiah Gillespie’s maturation at Florida State. Naz Hillmon and the importance of the sixth player. Jade Thurmon is a potential playmaker for Iowa State. Vanderbilt has lost Kaleigh Clemons-Green for the season, for unspecified reasons. Maryland freshman Ashley Owusu was lucky surviving an accident in her last year of high school. The NCAA has approved Kallie Searcy’s waiver for Chattanooga, giving her immediate eligibility. Grace Berg is ready to play for Drake, when the NCAA allows it. WNBA news: Looking towards 2020. WNBA team news: The Liberty’s move to the Barclay Center provides a boost to the entire league. The Atlanta Dream’s new home court is Gateway Center Arena in College Park. The franchise also has rebranded with a new logo. WNBA player news: The Lynx suspended Odyssey Sims for the first two games of the 2020 season following her DWI guilty plea and sentencing yesterday. Kristi Toliver and a thing called confidence.