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  • Hicks, Williams, A-10 commissioner McGlade among those honored as ACC Women's Basketball Legends

    The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its eighth class of ACC Women's Basketball Legends on Thursday, including former Virginia center Siedah Williams, former Virginia Tech guard Sarah Hicks, and former Georgia Tech coach Bernadette McGlade, who is...
  • Storm sign former all-star

    Storm sign former all-star
    The Seattle Storm has announced the signing of Ann Wauters, a veteran center currently playing in the EuroLeague with Storm forward/center Lauren Jackson. Storm Head Coach and General Manager Brian Agler returned from Europe Sunday after wooing and...
  • WNBA honors Catchings as one of the top fifteen players ever

    WNBA honors Catchings as one of the top fifteen players ever
    NEW YORK, July 23, 2011 In celebration of the WNBA's 15th season, the league officially unveiled and honored its Top 15 Players of All Time during a special halftime ceremony aired live on ABC at today's 2011 WNBA All-Star Game presented by adidas in...
  • Douglas sinks winning 3-pointer as East beats West in WNBA All-Star game 118-113

    Douglas sinks winning 3-pointer as East beats West in WNBA All-Star game 118-113
    There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars, and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category. So she made her mark another way. The four-time All-Star...
  • West loses 118-113, Swin Cash still MVP

    West loses 118-113, Swin Cash still MVP
    There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars, and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category. So she made her mark another way. The four-time All-Star...
  • Storm acquires Dunlap, trades Ashley Robinson

    Storm acquires Dunlap, trades Ashley Robinson
    The Seattle Storm has acquired forward Victoria Dunlap from the Washington Mystics in exchange for center Ashley Robinson, Storm Head Coach and General Manager Brian Agler announced today. Agler also announced the Storm has re-signed guard Katie Smith...
  • "Ole Skool Crew" Dance Team Auditions

    Allie Mac Kay was joined with the Ole Skool Crew who are looking for women over 40 to join the 2012 team. The Ole Skool Crew brings smooth moves and high energy to the Los Angeles Sparks halftime shows. As the premier halftime performers for the Los...
  • Bird's Free Throws Give the Storm a 65-63 Win Over the Sparks

    Bird's Free Throws Give the Storm a 65-63 Win Over the Sparks
    Sue Bird hit two free throws with 1.6 seconds left in the game to snap a tie, and the Seattle Storm hung on to beat the Los Angeles Sparks on Sunday night, 65-63. Bird finished with 12 points and Lauren Jackson and Tanisha Wright led Seattle (17-12) with...
  • LA Sparks at Santa Monica Jamba Juice

    Jamba Juice and the Los Angeles Sparks' Ticha Penicheiro and DeLisha Milton-Jones join Banana Man and Sparky to promote their second year as partners and ask people to Team Up for A Healthy America. This afternoon, from 3-5pm at the Jamba Juice in...
  • Fever's Tamika Catchings 2011 WNBA Most Valuable Player

    Fever's Tamika Catchings 2011 WNBA Most Valuable Player
    NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2011 Indiana Fever forward Tamika Catchings has been named the 2011 WNBA Most Valuable Player, the WNBA announced today. Catchings received 292 points (21 first place votes) from a national panel of 40 sportswriters and broadcasters....
  • Wendy Larry's legacy at ODU: A fierce competitor, and a friend

    Wendy Larry's legacy at ODU: A fierce competitor, and a friend
    Mel Greenberg was surprised at the timing. Ticha Penicheiro wondered whose decision it really was. And Debbie Taylor cried. Wendy Larry's resignation on Tuesday after 24 seasons, 17 consecutive conference championships and 20 NCAA tournament...