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  • Jewell Loyd taken first in WNBA draft by Seattle

    Jewell Loyd and Amanda Zahui B. shared a hug after they were taken with the top two picks in the WNBA draft. The underclassmen's decisions to turn pro were justified. Loyd went first to the Seattle Storm, and Zahui B. was taken second by the Tulsa...
  • On The Fly: Peterson's Back In NFL, But On What Team?

    On The Fly: Peterson's Back In NFL, But On What Team?
    A drian Peterson is back in the game. Well, he's back in the NFL, anyway. Commissioner Roger Goodell informed Peterson that he has been reinstated after being suspended for most of last season while facing child abuse accusations. Assuming Peterson...
  • Loyd, Zahui B. Leaving Early Changes Thursday's WNBA Draft

    Loyd, Zahui B. Leaving Early Changes Thursday's WNBA Draft
    Two factors insulate women's college basketball from the yearly upheaval disrupting the men's game, a reality played out again when seven players from Kentucky's Final Four team decided to leave before their time and apply for the NBA Draft. One is...
  • WNBA Scouts Already Lining Up To See Mosqueda-Lewis

    WNBA Scouts Already Lining Up To See Mosqueda-Lewis
    NEW ORLEANS -- It soon will be time for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis to make her inevitable move to the next phase of her basketball career when she joins a WNBA team. She added to her resume on Monday by making five three-pointers to score 21 points in...
  • It Wouldn't Be A Shock If Tulsa Takes KML

    It soon will be time for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis to make her inevitable move to the next phase of her basketball career when she joins a WNBA team. Mosqueda-Lewis, the greatest three-point shooter in women’s college basketball, will be a top...
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Mosqueda-Lewis Puts On Show For Scouts

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: Mosqueda-Lewis Puts On Show For Scouts
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 92-46 win over Tulsa at the Reynolds Center on Saturday:  1. Excellent audition: In the first half of Saturday's romp, Kaleena...
  • Huskies Take Wind Out Of Golden Hurricane, 92-46

     Huskies Take Wind Out Of Golden Hurricane, 92-46
    TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Shock is the name of the local WNBA franchise. If you are familiar with UConn, it absolutely was not an apt description of what resulted once the college game in this town Saturday tipped off at the Reynolds Center. The...
  • WNBA, ESPN Announce 2015 Schedule

    This just in from the WNBA: The reigning WNBA champion Phoenix Mercury, led by 2014 Finals MVP Diana Taurasi and 2014 Defensive Player of the Year Brittney Griner, will be among the 10 teams in action on June 5 when WNBA tips off its 2015 season. The...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Could Be On Sun's Radar For WNBA Draft

    Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Could Be On Sun's Radar For WNBA Draft
    UNCASVILLE — Under normal circumstances, holding the third and fourth draft picks in the first round would seem to be a great opportunity to turn a team around. But the 2015 WNBA draft does not appear to be a stellar one, certainly not the variety...
  • Magic-era Los Angeles Sparks shape roster for a defensive lockdown

    Magic-era Los Angeles Sparks shape roster for a defensive lockdown
    With a change in ownership and several key additions to their roster, the Sparks will renew their chase for their first WNBA championship since 2002 when they open their regular season Friday in Seattle. Much has changed for the Sparks since a...
  • Ex-Irish star Diggins WNBA Most Improved

    Ex-Irish star Diggins WNBA Most Improved
    Former Notre Dame star Skylar Diggins of the Tulsa Shock was named Wednesday as an overwhelming choice for the WNBA's Most Improved Player. Diggins, a guard, received 29 of 38 votes from a national media panel.  The Sky's Allie Quigley was among three...