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Paige Bueckers becomes first NCAA student-athlete to sign NIL deal with Gatorade

By Gabriela Carroll / November 29, 2021

‘I know this is just the beginning of our partnership and can’t wait to get to work with Gatorade to drive impact in the community and on the women’s game’

Minnesota Lynx’s Napheesa Collier announces pregnancy

By Gabriella Lewis / November 28, 2021

Collier and fiancé Alex Bazzell cite basketball legends as their parenthood inspiration

WNBA announces former Dream stars’ suspensions

By Gabriella Lewis / November 24, 2021

Courtney Williams receives two games and Crystal Bradford one

NCAA announces expansion of the Division I Women’s Championship to 68 teams, changes selection show date

By Gabriela Carroll / November 18, 2021

The four teams seeded 65 through 68 and the last four at-large teams will play in a series of “First Four” matchups

A graphic shows the new WNBA playoff bracket.

WNBA changes playoff format

By Bailey Johnson / November 18, 2021

After six seasons with the current format, the WNBA is changing the playoff structure from 2022.

Washington Mystics ink Mike Thibault and staff to contract extensions

By Jenn Hatfield / November 18, 2021

Thibault has coached in the WNBA for 19 seasons, including nine in DC—and he’s back for more

What Loyola Chicago’s successful bid to join the Atlantic 10 means for women’s basketball

By Natalie Heavren / November 17, 2021

The Ramblers are the A-10’s 15th member

USA Basketball's Americup 3x3 gold medal winners: Brionna Jones, Blake Dietrick, Cierra Burdick and Haley Gorecki. (photo courtesy of USA Basketball)

U.S. women take 3×3 AmeriCup gold medal

By Scott Mammoser / November 15, 2021

The United States dominated in the inaugural 3×3 AmeriCup

Rutgers’ C. Vivian Stringer announces extended absence

By Gabriella Lewis / November 9, 2021

Associate Head Coach Timothy Eatman continues to lead the team this season

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