Mid-majors

Patience, commitment, and a bet on herself led Harvard transfer, McKenzie Forbes, to the Ivy League

By Jenn Hatfield / August 10, 2020

The former Cal guard will reunite with her brother Mason at Harvard

Two women’s basketball players are making the rare leap from the Ivy League to the Big Ten

By Jenn Hatfield / July 14, 2020

Minnesota’s Laura Bagwell Katalinich and Maryland’s Katie Benzan took different paths to the Big Ten, but they’ll be conference rivals again this season

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?

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.