College team news:
Maryland’s freshman won’t have to wait to contribute.
Texas A&M is primed for a big season.
Green Bay and Wright State are co-favorites in the Horizon League.
Missouri State feels disrespected by the MVC poll.
College player news:
Tyasha Harris is ready to lead South Carolina, and get hers on offense.
The Gamecocks have 10 legit starters, and every freshman stands out.
Naz Hillmon is ready to be a star for Michigan.
Emily Engstler is prepped for a bigger role at Syracuse.
Transfer Marta Sniezek is already a leading voice for Notre Dame.
Kentucky’s smallest player, Jaida Roper, will be a big presence this season.
Oregon State’s freshman are getting up to speed.
It’s been a busy offseason for Duke’s Miela Goodchild.
Terp freshman Zoe Young is remaining positive despite her ACL tear.
College coach news:
Quentin Hillsman won’t be scheduling Rhode Island anytime soon.
Coaching is an unexpected second career for Delisha Milton-Jones.
The SEC’s stability underscores a challenge for Tennessee coach Kellie Harper.
Quinnipiac coach Tricia Fabbri is ready to test her young team.
WNBA team news:
The New York Liberty’s new home arena is the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, it was announced today.
WNBA player news:
Odyssey Sims pleaded guilty to DWI and was given 10 days of house arrest.
The USBWA has named their freshman of the year award in honor of Tamika Catchings.
Women are affecting change in the NBA in various roles.