Posts by Scott Mammoser

Scott Mammoser has covered major international events for FIBA, the ISU and World Athletics. He has been to six Olympics and traveled to more than 70 countries.

Cleveland State is finding its stride at the right time

February 22, 2023

The Vikings are riding a 9-game win streak into Thursday night’s pivotal matchup

USA Basketball camp includes Napheesa Collier.

Who suited up for February’s USA Basketball mini-camp?

February 10, 2023

Taurasi, Delle Donne and McCoughtry all in attendance

Keishana Washington scored a career-high 42 points in Drexel's Dec. 18 OT win over Penn State. Photo by Jim Beaver.

How Drexel’s Keishana Washington found herself atop the NCAA in scoring

January 9, 2023

Canadian guard has made 30-point nights commonplace for the Dragons

Why Lexi Fleming’s return is sparking Bowling Green this season

December 4, 2022

Former MAC Freshman of the Year is back after missing sophomore season due to injury

Elena Tsineke

2022-23 American Athletic Conference preview

November 3, 2022

USF’s Tsineke and Houston’s Blair will be two to watch in the AAC this year

What to watch at this weekend’s 3X3 AmeriCup

November 2, 2022

Hull, Burton, Smith and Zimmerman to play in Miami

Keiunna Walker of Louisiana Tech dribbles the ball.

2022-23 Conference USA preview

November 1, 2022

Middle Tennessee, Louisiana Tech and Charlotte are atop the league

A graphic showing the nine-member class of the FIBA International Basketball Hall of Fame, which includes Lisa Leslie and Geno Auriemma.

FIBA Hall of Fame adds Leslie, Auriemma and seven others

October 3, 2022

Senegal’s Mbengue becomes first African woman elected

What led to Lauren Jackson’s 30-point outburst in bronze medal game

October 2, 2022

Australian Hall of Famer leaves the court on her own terms

Team USA players, wearing their red jerseys, raise their hands in the air in celebration after winning the gold medal in the 2022 FIBA Women's World Cup.

Why this World Cup win was different for Team USA

October 1, 2022

A’ja Wilson named World Cup MVP after Team USA’s 22-point win over China