Georgia’s Jasmine James puts the bite in the Bulldogs.
Jamee Swan has taken flight for the Buffs.
Lady Vol access, episode eight.
Michigan is off to its best start ever, under first year Coach Kim Barnes Arico.
Fresno State is looking for an identity under new coach Ragean Pebley.
Oklahoma Coach Sherri Coale is impressed with her team’s mental and physical toughness.
Texas Tech’s bench hopes to respond after a non-existent performance recently.
For UConn’s Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, pain leads to gain.
Princeton’s rookie quartet is making early contributions.
Despite an 0-2 conference start, injury-riddled Oregon State is making progress.
UTSA Coach Rae Rippetoe-Blair is ill and will not travel with the team this week.
Ohio State’s Amber Stokes is relieved her injury isn’t worse.
Kayla Lewis and Carlie Needles are grateful to be able to contribute at Florida.
General basketball news:
The Pat Summitt Foundation’s new 13-member advisory board includes former Lady Vols Kara Lawson and Michelle Marciniak.
Maya Moore’s Olympic ring was stolen and sold at an Atlanta mall.
Diana Taurasi is USA Basketball’s female athlete of the year.