SEC

Pat Summitt enters USOPC Hall of Fame

By Scott Mammoser / June 26, 2022

First female coach to be enshrined among Olympic and Paralympic greats

Texas A&M’s Joni Taylor balances life with gratitude for ‘holy complications’

By Dorothy J. Gentry / June 19, 2022

Aggies head coach finding balance in her new roles.

Dawn Staley lifts her arms to the sky as the confetti falls on South Carolina's second national championship.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Title Game Reaction Roundtable

By The Next / April 4, 2022

Our staff (and friends!) recaps South Carolina’s 2nd title and looks ahead

Among a mess of bodies, Olivia Thompson hangs on a South Carolina staffer, smiling widely while looking to the right of the viewer, while confetti rains down in the background

Daily Briefing — April 4, 2022: TEAM OF DESTANNI — South Carolina dominates UConn for second national title

By Em Adler / April 4, 2022

Cocks call game

2022 Final Four Preview: Playing Gamecock basketball is key to South Carolina bringing home the title

By Dorothy J. Gentry / April 3, 2022

“Going for hustle plays, making sure we’re giving way more effort. A National Championship is on the line and we’re two teams coming to compete and we want to win, so just making sure that we do every single everything.”

South Carolina celebrates after defeating Louisville, 72-59 at the women's Final Four April 1, 2022. (John McCLellan photo)

The slow inevitability of Aliyah Boston sinks Louisville

By Howard Megdal / April 1, 2022

23 and 18 to put the Gamecocks one win from the title

Olivia Thompson smugly comes over to dap up Destanni Henderson, who is celebrating with an overjoyed Eniya Russell while the rest of the Gamecocks celebrate in the background.

2022 Final Four Preview: Gamecocks ready to move past last season’s Final Four

By Dorothy J. Gentry / April 1, 2022

Dawn Staley: ‘We’re just going to play the game.’

What we know about Texas A&M head coach Joni Taylor

By Dorothy J. Gentry / March 25, 2022

She’s a fan of hybrid players, it’s her second time replacing a basketball legend and she’s the latest example of the success Black women coaches are having in the SEC.

Shakira Austin leads Mississippi to a historic season

By Dorothy J. Gentry / March 7, 2022

‘Don’t get too high or get too low’

Ann Marie Rogers among SEC trailblazers honored for advancing women’s sports

By Dorothy J. Gentry / February 28, 2022

‘We weren’t trying to leave a legacy; we were just trying to do what was right’