I told you so. Give the women a chance, and they’ll show their talent, skill, passion, and love for the sport. This season especially, they lived up to the moniker “madness.” Ratings have again increased, from round to round. Last year’s ratings jumped up and showed that people would tune
After a month of watching these women play the most intense basketball of their young careers, the moment we’ve all been waiting for is here. The NCAA Women’s Final Four is this weekend, and the matchups couldn’t be any better. The first game is a battle of the No.1 seeds,
After an unforgettable freshman season, Caitlin Clark is shattering what many thought was her ceiling. No way she could be better than last year, right? She can’t live up to the high expectations to do it all again, but why not? Can Clark push her team past the Sweet 16?
The women’s college basketball world was shocked when Muffet McGraw decided to retire after coaching at Notre Dame for 33 years. When Niele Ivey was named the next head coach, and the first African American woman to be the program’s head coach, it was clear she had big shoes to
Aliyah Boston could have very well been the National Player of the Year last season, and many believed she should have been. This season she is leaving no doubt about who will win the award. Boston was dominant her first two seasons, but she’s taken her game to a different