Charles, Fowles highlight U.S. AmeriCup team
Former Olympians and WNBA MVPs Tina Charles and Sylvia Fowles will lead a 12-member U.S. women's basketball team in the AmeriCup competition Sept. 22-29 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
UConn adds to recruiting class with PF Gabriel
UConn added to its recruiting class, landing a commitment from Piath Gabriel, a power forward who is ranked outside the top 100.
Rutgers' Stringer refreshed, 'was tired ... beat up'
C. Vivian Stringer is back with a new outlook on life after stepping away at the end of last season because of exhaustion.
N.Y. senator proposes bill to pay college athletes
New York state Sen. Kevin Parker proposed a bill that includes an amendment that would require college athletic departments to give a 15% share of annual revenue to student-athletes.
Women's basketball recruiting: From bullied to Louisville commit, Olivia Cochran keeps going
Olivia Cochran, the No. 18 women's college basketball recruit in the Class of 2020, went from being bullied for her size to becoming a Louisville commit.
Coach wins biggest battle to bring her daughter home
Joanne Boyle retired from coaching to focus on adopting her Senegalese daughter. After seven years of red tape, the adoption is official.
No. 11 prospect Williams commits to Syracuse
Priscilla Williams, the No. 11 prospect for espnW, has committed to Syracuse.
UC Riverside coach resigns amid abuse inquiry
John Margaritis resigned as UC Riverside's women's basketball coach on Saturday as the school was set to start a second investigation into allegations of verbal and emotional abuse toward student athletes by him.
Staley gearing up for minicamp, FIBA tournament
While she won't have many of the players expected to be on the roster for next summer's Olympics due to the ongoing WNBA playoffs, Dawn Staley is preparing to coach the U.S. women's national team in the FIBA AmeriCup in Puerto Rico.
Riverside coach on leave amid 2nd investigation
UC Riverside has placed women's basketball coach John Margaritis on leave amid a second investigation into allegations of verbal and emotional abuse toward student-athletes. The Press-Enterprise reported that the leave is without pay.
Calif. Senate OKs athlete bill NCAA calls harmful
By a 39-0 vote, California's state Senate voted Wednesday to pass the Fair Pay to Play Act. The bill now moves to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who will have 30 days to decide whether he will sign it into law.
Calif. bill to pay NCAA athletes takes another step
The California State Assembly voted 73-0 in favor of the proposed law known as the Fair Pay to Play Act. The legislation would make it possible for college athletes to accept endorsement money.
Tigers' Roundtree recognizes a former teacher
Missouri's Jordan Roundtree shares her thoughts on how much of an impact Romona Miller had on her experience at Kirkwood High School.
The Flying Queens, the first dynasty of women's basketball
Rebecca Lobo explains how Wayland Baptist University's women's basketball team changed the game for future generations.
Naismith Hall of Famer Teresa Weatherspoon always demanded the best of herself and teammates
Like all the best point guards, Teresa Weatherspoon made everyone around her better. And her defense was as relentless as her demanding expectations.