BY AIMEE BERG I JAN. 21, 2013
In halfpipe skiing, there are women who can land 1080s. There are women who can spin 900s in both directions. But there is only one woman who has captured two world championship medals and four X Games medals and, this Friday, under the lights at the X Games [...]
Having earned the USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year honor in 2011 as well, Stewart is the youngest repeat recipient of the award.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Jan. 7, 2014) - On the heels of a fifth gold medal with USA Basketball that was earned at the FIBA U19 World Championship this past summer, as well as [...]
Honoring A Legend: University of Tennessee dedicates a new Pat Summitt Plaza and statue for the legendary coach.
Tennessee unveiled a bronze statue honoring women’s basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt, who led the Lady Vols to eight national titles and 18 Final Four appearances
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The University of Tennessee dedicated the new Pat Summitt Plaza and Statue was unveiled Friday on Tennessee’s campus.
The nine-foot-tall, 500 pound statue, created by internationally-known artist and sculptor [...]
Congratulations to former Texas Tech thrower Ifeatu Okafor, the 2013 NCAA Woman of the Year
INDIANAPOLIS – Former track and field student-athlete Ifeatu Okafor, an exercise and sport sciences graduate of Texas Tech University, has been named the 2013 NCAA Woman of the Year.
Okafor was selected from nine finalists during the 23rd annual NCAA Woman of [...]
Our spotlight athlete of the week is Tatyana McFadden. McFadden is one special athlete who has gone from an orphanage to the Paralympic medal stand, and from a child without a wheelchair to one of the fastest wheelchair racers in the world. Most recently, McFadden has done what no other athlete has accomplished, capturing [...]
October 10 – Behind a 23 point MVP performance by Maya Moore, the Minnesota Lynx captured their second WNBA Championship in 3 years. In what can be termed as the next WNBA dynasty, the Lynx showed off their skills on both ends of the court.
Lynx Complete Historic Sweep Over Atlanta to Win Second Championship in [...]
In Seattle’s game 2 loss to the Lynx, which eliminated them from the playoffs, Tina Thompson scored 13 points as she bid farewell to the WNBA!
As Tina Thompson, WNBA legend, retires at the end of this 2013 WNBA season, we remember her contributions to the league and her very first WNBA team..the Houston Comets.
By Jayda Evans - WNBA columnist
What to do with the Houston Comets?
What to do with the WNBA’s only dynasty? What to do with pro women’s basketball’s inaugural pillar [...]
Suzann Pettersen wins second-career major at Evian Championship
16-year-old amateur star Lydia Ko finishes second
Lexi Thompson claims largest paycheck of career with third place finish
Rolex No. 1 Inbee Park ties for 67th, falls short of fourth major of season.
Suzann Pettersen has always had a special place in her heart for the tournament in Evian-Les-Baines, [...]
The Chicago Sky made franchise history by clinching their first WNBA playoff berth, reaching the postseason for the first time in its eight-year history. The Sky will face either Indiana or Washington in the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Fever and Mystics have identical records entering their season finales on Sunday.
With a 24-10 record this [...]