Mid-Majors

Desi-Rae Young. (UNLV Athletics)

2021-22 Mountain West preview

By Scott Mammoser / November 6, 2021

A Mountain West Conference featuring a deep talent pool and largely intact New Mexico and Wyoming rosters should provide limitless excitement

Harvard head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith will retire after the 2021-22 season

By Jenn Hatfield / November 6, 2021

Entering her 40th season, Delaney-Smith is the winningest Ivy League coach of all time in any sport

Meghann Henderson. (photo courtesy of CSUN Athletics)

2021-22 Big West preview

By David Yapkowitz / November 3, 2021

A chance at a new-look top of the conference

2021-22 Ivy League preview

By Jenn Hatfield / November 1, 2021

Ivy League women’s basketball is back—and as deep as ever

La Salle Women's Basketball Team Huddles

2021-22 Atlantic 10 preview

By Natalie Heavren / October 28, 2021

‘The opportunity to get back to normal’

2021-22 Patriot League preview

By Todd Goclowski / October 26, 2021

Four coaching hires, a youth movement at Bucknell, and a chase for a repeat championship at Lehigh highlight a wild season ahead

Amber Easter takes the court with St. Bonaventure women's basketball team during warm ups

Inside Amber Easter’s journey around the Atlantic 10

By Natalie Heavren / October 22, 2021

From CAA player and future psychologist to A-10 assistant coach

George Mason women's basketball huddle after the open practice

Inside George Mason’s first open practice

By Natalie Heavren / September 23, 2021

Under new leadership, program will ‘Believe Big’ this season

BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston are slated to join the Big 12.

What BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston change about Big 12 women’s basketball

By Spencer Nusbaum / September 14, 2021

Conference to move back to 12 teams — UCF and BYU are hungry to make a quick difference

Fordham women’s basketball’s tragic year has made the team closer than ever

By Natalie Heavren / August 28, 2021

Leaning on each other has helped the Fordham women’s basketball team not only get through the solitude of the COVID-19 pandemic, but also cope with physical losses.