NCAA building.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Checking back in on college campuses

By The Next / May 20, 2024

While most of the attention on women’s basketball right now is on the WNBA, Missy Heidrick reminds listeners to pay attention to the NCAA

Kansas State center Ayoka Lee shoots a fadeaway jump shot over a UNC defender putting a hand in Lee's face.

The Weekly Fast Break: Milestones ahead of the holiday break

By Missy Heidrick / December 20, 2023

Statues, big wins and Huskies on the move

A number of UConn's international players face unique challenges in the world of NIL. (Photo Credit: Domenic Allegra)

Locked on Women’s Basketball: International NIL

By The Next / March 24, 2023

Gabriella Levine joins host Natalie Heavren to break down the unique situation in the world of NIL for UConn’s international players.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Why did the NCAA go after Miami for NIL violations?

By The Next / March 6, 2023

Isabel and Amanda chat about NIL, Cavinder twins and boosters

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Navigating the NIL space with attorney Mit Winter

By The Next / November 28, 2022

Missy and Mit Winter chat about navigating the NIL space in college basketball

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Discussing NIL

By The Next / November 25, 2022

Host Isabel Rodrigues is joined by Amanda Christovich to dive into all kinds of discussions around NIL in college athletics.

Penn guard Kayla Padilla (45) shoots over Duke center Amaya Finklea-Guity (22).

‘She’s gonna take over’: How Penn’s Kayla Padilla is soaring on and off the court

By Jenn Hatfield / October 10, 2022

The two-time First-Team All-Ivy player returns for her senior season with much more than basketball on her mind. That’s part of what makes her great.

Missy Heidrick. (Screenshot)

SUBSCRIBER-ONLY VIDEO: Behind the story, Missy Heidrick shares exclusive NIL reporting

By Missy Heidrick / September 18, 2021

The impact we will see with high school student-athletes

Name, image and likeness (NIL) for women’s basketball, explained

By Missy Heidrick / September 17, 2021

After decades of being told no, getting to yes