There was a time in the world of women's college basketball when no star shone brighter than Tennessee's Chamique Holdsclaw. She was the Lady Vols' go-to player, a vital cog on three national championship teams in the late 1990s.
She was so dominating on the floor that it wasn't long before she was being called the women's version of Michael Jordan. She was brilliant on the court.
But even as she was achieving great heights there was always more to Holdsclaw than the public could see. From the time she was a young girl growing up in Queens, the child of parents who eventually divorced, she has been struggling with depression.
But instead of letting depression beat her,...