Mid-Majors

Patriot League shuts down fall sports, spares women’s basketball for now

By Todd Goclowski / July 14, 2020

Head coaches highlight the challenge and uncertainty of coaching through a contagion as the season approaches

How Ivy League postponement affects women’s basketball

By Jenn Hatfield / July 9, 2020

The league’s women’s basketball teams could potentially begin play in January, but even that is not a sure thing

Comparing the 2019-20 seasons of the West Coast Conference’s many twins

By Jenn Hatfield / July 3, 2020

Who caused the most “double trouble” for opponents last year—and who could challenge that this fall?

Alexa Willard is Missouri State’s top female athlete — which Lady Bears can keep the streak alive?

By Christine M. Hopkins / June 24, 2020

With the women’s basketball team taking home MSU’s 2019 and 2020 Outstanding Female Athlete awards, two players stand out as potentially the last piece of the three-peat in 2021.

George Washington players, assistant coach discuss systemic racism

By Jenn Hatfield / June 15, 2020

“It’s our responsibility to have those uncomfortable conversations,” says GW’s Mayowa Taiwo.

Delaware State lands Hartford grad transfer Lawrencia Moten

By Mitchell Northam / May 29, 2020

Moten is the latest transfer addition for head coach David Caputo, who guided the Hornets to their best season since 2008 this past year.