Saturday, October 21, 2017

Midseason assessments

ESPN gives each WNBA team a grade on their midseason report card, which I more or less agree with: West Minnesota: A Tulsa: B Phoenix: B- San Antonio: C- Seattle:...

Liberty wins, ties Sky for first in the East

The Dream edged the Sparks, 76-72. The Liberty got past the Sun, 64-57. They've won two in a row, while Connecticut has now lost five...

WBCA all-academic honor rolls

The WBCA announced school honor rolls for all three divisions: Division Institution 2014-15 Head Coach Team GPA NCAA Division I University of Missouri-Kansas City Marsha Frese...

Scheduling, sponsorship, moving?

Mystics: Veteran guard Kara Lawson says WNBA scheduling stinks. Emma Meesseman's quiet confidence has turned her into an unlikely WNBA star. Sun: The Sun will now be sponsored...

Is it game time yet?

The WNBA has had only one day off today, but I'm ready for more. Fortunately tomorrow there is: Lynx at Sun Dream at Mercury Shock: Tulsa players are...

World University Games Team beats Canada to take gold medal

The World University Games Team used a strong fourth quarter to defeat Canada, 82-63, this morning to take the Championship game. USA! USA!

Mid-season adjustments

Tonight's results: The Fever captured their fourth straight win by downing the Stars, 83-76. Marissa Coleman lead the way with 25 points. The Sky came from...

OTs, shining stars and much transfer news

Today's result: The Liberty edged the Mystics in overtime, 79-76. And despite a power outage delay late in the game. Lynx: Lock-down defense has Minnesota back on...

Another hot summer day of storylines

Today's results: The Fever routed the Storm, 88-65. The Stars defeated the Sparks, 70-63. Dream: Shoni Schimmel is working her way back to the court. Sun: The Sun signed Jennifer...

Weekly, monthly honors

Players of the month: For June, POMs are Elena Delle Donne in the East and Skylar Diggins in the West. Rookie of the month is the...
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