Family Rivalries

Locked on Women’s Basketball: 3×3, family rivalries and the Ivy League with Jenn Hatfield

By The Next / September 28, 2022

Jenn Hatfield has many beats, and she talks with Natalie Heavren about all of them

From idol to rival: Comparing the careers of cousins DeLisha Milton-Jones and Haley Jones

By Jenn Hatfield / September 16, 2022

The Next’s family rivalry series is back with a star-studded stack-up

‘She felt my feelings just as hard’: Kendyl, Chloe and Kenny Brooks have grown closer through basketball—and in retirement

By Jenn Hatfield / November 26, 2021

As their careers come to a close, Brooks’ daughters have grown closer through basketball and beyond

‘I don’t know if we’ve had one like her’: Sabally sisters are both one of a kind at Oregon

By Jenn Hatfield / November 9, 2021

Satou and Nyara Sabally play the game very differently, but their numbers as Ducks paint a similarly dominant picture

Which Schimmel sister shines supreme?

By Jenn Hatfield / October 1, 2021

Shoni and Jude, make way for Milan

‘I got you’: The family love behind DeWanna Bonner and Erica McCall’s success

By Jenn Hatfield / August 30, 2021

Bonner and McCall are closer than ever after being teammates overseas, but they will go head-to-head on Tuesday for the ninth time in their careers

‘Together they’d set us ablaze’: Coco and Kelly Miller’s basketball legacy still burns bright

By Jenn Hatfield / July 22, 2021

These are not your run-of-the-Mill twins

Your 2021 WNBA sister battles begin… now

By Jenn Hatfield / May 28, 2021

Erica McCall, DeWanna Bonner Friday showdown is first of nine WNBA sibling games on the 2021 schedule

Hey, hey, Hayes: Mississippi State women’s basketball welcomes three Hayes sisters

By Jenn Hatfield / April 25, 2021

How do the sisters’ stats stack up, and how might they contribute in Starkville?

Double bubble trouble: Sisters stand out in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament

By Jenn Hatfield / March 27, 2021

Ten pairs of sisters are competing in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, and one could cut down the nets