Aliyah Boston

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

Louisville Emily Engstler Jeff Walz

2022 Final Four preview: Can Louisville’s defense stop Aliyah Boston?

By Mitchell Northam / March 31, 2022

‘We’re going to have our hands full,’ Louisville’s Jeff Walz says

Aliyah Boston carries the ball as she strides past a defender and towards the rim

Daily Briefing — March 10, 2022: Inside one USBWA awards ballot

By Em Adler / March 10, 2022

All roads lead to Boston

NaLyssa Smith posts up a defender outside the paint

Daily Briefing — March 1, 2022: Better than the average Bears

By Em Adler / March 1, 2022

And your Power 5 awards, awarded

Klutch Sports Group establishes women’s basketball division, adds A’ja Wilson and Aliyah Boston as clients

By Gabriela Carroll / February 17, 2022

‘Women are some of the most electrifying and inspiring athletes in the world, and Klutch is excited and honored to be a part of that story,’ said Rich Paul

‘I really wish I could sing’: Twenty questions with South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston

By Dorothy J. Gentry / December 30, 2021

Boston dishes on her emotions after a good game, her toughest competition this season and the skill she would most like to have

What we learned about Duke against South Carolina

By Mitchell Northam / December 17, 2021

Duke’s defense was impressive, but rebounding – and Aliyah Boston – were the difference

Elena Pilakouta posts-up, dribbling towards her left with the ball in her right hand, shielded from the defender.

Daily Briefing — Nov. 30, 2021: Aliyah Boston dominates again, Pilakouta scores 32

By Em Adler / November 30, 2021

UAB’s Zakyia Weathersby records a game for the ages

Daily Briefing — Nov. 23, 2021: What South Carolina vs. UConn, USF vs. Oregon tell us

By Em Adler / November 23, 2021

We have our undisputed, emphatic No. 1 team

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What we learned from No. 1 South Carolina’s win over No. 5 N.C. State

By Mitchell Northam / November 11, 2021

South Carolina showed why it’s the No. 1 team in women’s college basketball, asserting its dominance on an N.C. State team that has some things to figure out