The Macalester women’s volleyball team get off to a rough start after starting the season with high hopes.
Sarah Graves and her Macalester College Scots volleyball team welcomed me to sit in on two practices on the last Monday in August, the last week of preseason preparation.
The WNBA has earned top marks for racial and gender hiring with A-pluses across the board — racial, gender and overall — says The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES).
Washington’s Natasha Cloud is this season’s Dawn Staley Community Leadership Award recipient, the WNBA recently announced.
Minnesota’s 6’-6” Sylvia Fowles and Phoenix’s 6’-8” Brittany Griner are throwbacks to legendary NBA big men like Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bob Lanier, and others of their size.
Using baseball lingo, the Minnesota Twins this season hit its new “Gate 34 Experience” out of the ballpark, according to both team officials and local business owners.
Talking WNBA all year round, in-season as well as off-season, has historically been a dilemma for the majority-male mainstream sports media.
I just finished Howard Bryant’s excellent 2018 book ‘The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America and the Politics of Patriotism,’ which details how Black athletes dealt with social issues.
Unlike any previous time in WNBA history, the players are becoming more vocal, more demanding. This generation isn’t just happy that there’s finally a U.S. pro women’s hoops league.
The Minneapolis-born broadcaster Lea B. Olsen has launched Rethink to Win, a new “multi-channel” resource for athletes, parents, coaches and others.