Around the WNBA, colleges; Catchings to be honored

WNBA news:


Coach Bill Laimbeer and the New York Liberty are ready for the next chapter.

Liberty rookie Brittany Boyd is excited to head to New York.


Dream rookie Samantha Logic still has a few items to check off her list.

It’s an Atlanta Dream come true for Lauren Okafor.

Dream forward Angel McCoughtry has come out, and says it cost her a spot on her Turkish national team.


Q&A with new Sparks guard Erin Phillips.


Tulsa Shock draft picks press conference.


Indiana Fever coach Stephanie White is a busy bee.


Storm veteran point guard Sue Bird, revealed.

College news:

After a car accident last summer took the lives of two teammates, Texas A&M-Commerce plays to remember.

North Carolina is getting a brand refresh, courtesy of Nike.

New coach Brandon Schneider has a vision for Kansas basketball.

Rice has a new assistant coach, as does Georgia State.

Nebraska has hired Britney Brown as assistant coach. She has held the same job at Tulsa for the last four years.

Bre McDonald and Tyara Warren will transfer from West Virginia.

Deborah Meeks and Ashley Jones – both juniors who came from Trinity Valley Community College last year – will not return for their final season at Kansas State.

Hanne Mestdagh and Victoria Wells have also decided to forego their senior seasons at Colorado State.

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame:

The goat Tamika Catchings will be inducted Saturday.