Posts by Rowan Schaberg

Rowan Schaberg (she/her) is a Seattle native covering the Seattle Storm for The Next. She is currently studying Sports Journalism at Colorado State University.

Seattle Storm head coach Noelle Quinn leads a huddle

2023 WNBA season preview: Seattle Storm

May 15, 2023

Storm enter first Bird-less season in decades seeking new identity

Seattle Storm draft pick Jordan Horston holds up a green and yellow No. 23 Storm jersey.

Seattle Storm get a WNBA Draft steal with Jordan Horston at No. 9

April 11, 2023

Madi Williams, Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu, Jade Loville round out the Storm’s picks

How Iowa fans led the Hawkeyes to the national championship game

April 5, 2023

Clark, Czinano credit the Iowa faithful for their postseason run

How Addison O’Grady ensured the Iowa season continued

April 1, 2023

‘We told her, bring out your inner volleyball girl right now’

Iowa junior guard Caitlin Guard vs. Penn State

Caitlin Clark, Iowa are embracing the moment

March 31, 2023

Hawkeyes look to upset undefeated South Carolina Gamecocks in Final Four matchup

Jade Melbourne signing ushers in new Storm era

February 21, 2023

Melbourne joins an extensive list of other Australians who have played in the Emerald City over the franchise’s 22-year history

Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart stands with her hands on her hips, photographed from a side angle.

2023 WNBA free agency preview: Seattle Storm

January 11, 2023

Will Breanna Stewart stay or go?

UNLV junior center Desi-Rae Young shoots the ball.

UNLV picked as Mountain West preseason favorites

November 5, 2022

UNLV gets two players on Preseason All-Conference Team; three New Mexico players earn preseason awards

Did the Seattle Storm just let their season slip away?

September 6, 2022

How Seattle can recover and force a Game 5

Sue Bird soaks in the Seattle crowd following her final regular season home same for the Storm on August 7, 2022. (Lydia Ely photo)

Sights and sounds from Sue Bird’s final regular-season game in Seattle

August 8, 2022

‘The most memorable game of my career’