WBL

Fifteen Milwaukee Does players sit for a team photo. #30, first row, third row from the right is Brenda Pitts.

From the court to the classroom, Alabama native Brenda Pitts changed the Tide of the sport industry

By Natalie Heavren / July 14, 2024

Pitts: ‘I tried out. The rest is history’

Raegan Pebley directs her team from the sideline

Raegan Pebley and the multigenerational legacy of the WBL

By Kiri Oler / April 15, 2024

Sparks general manager embodies the transformative impact of a pioneering league

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Molly (Bolin) Kazmer talks Iowa, offensive firepower and her own scoring prowess

By The Next / February 28, 2024

Natalie Heavren is joined by basketball legend Molly (Bolin) Kazmer to discuss Iowa’s success and Molly’s own career

Lynette Woodard of the Kansas Jayhawks

Legacy of Lynette Woodard reaches far beyond scoring

By Angie Holmes / February 28, 2024

How the AIAW paved the way for today’s superstars

A basketball displaying the March Madness logo enter the basket.

Francis Marion’s Lauryn Taylor shatters NCAA rebounding record

By Tee Baker / February 17, 2024

Patriots senior Lauryn Taylor joins FMU alum Pearl Moore in record books

Caitlin Clark (22) is hoisted in the air by her Iowa Hawkeye teammates after setting the NCAA Division I women's basketball scoring record Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City. PHOTO CREDIT/hawkeyesports.com

Sights and sounds from Caitlin Clark’s record-breaking night

By Angie Holmes / February 16, 2024

Caitlin Clark breaks NCAA D-I career, Iowa single-game scoring marks

On the left, Tonyus Chavers tips in the missed shot as a member of the Iowa Cornets against her previous team, the St. Louis Streak. On the right: Tonyus Chavers shoots a free throw as a member of the St. Louis Streak.

Five decades on, basketball still guides former WBL player Tonyus Chavers

By Natalie Heavren / January 15, 2024

After playing for the Minnesota Fillies, Chavers now cheers on the Lynx

Graphic with a photo of several WBL players as well as a WBL logo. Text overlay reads "WBL's 45th Anniversary."

Locked On Women’s Basketball: The WBL’s 45th anniversary, the legacy of the league and Legends of the Ball, Inc.

By The Next / December 6, 2023

Natalie and Chicago Hustle alum Elizabeth Galloway-McQuitter talk about the first years of the league and its lasting influence

Uncasville, Connecticut/USA - Aug. 17, 2018: Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore (23) shoots during a WNBA basketball game between the Minnesota Lynx and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena. The Connecticut Sun defeated the Minnesota Lynx 96-79. Photo Credit: Chris Poss

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame reveals iconic 2024 class

By Allie Griffith / December 2, 2023

WBL legend, WNBA All-Stars highlight inductees list

WBL legend Pearl Moore is pictured in a black and white photo shooting a jump shot over a defender.

Pearl Moore made basketball a labor of love

By Kiri Oler / November 25, 2023

For Moore, basketball was about two things: winning and a sense of community