SEC

Tennessee’s reputation precedes the Lady Vols — and defines their March

By Gabriella Lewis / March 23, 2024

Continuing the NCAA Tournament streak is great, but expectations are far higher than that in Knoxville

Mississippi’s Marquesha Davis finds belief, breeds success

By Gabriella Lewis / March 22, 2024

Marquesha Davis, propelled by Coach Yo’s belief, rises from underestimation to become a star standout at the University of Mississippi

Tennessee guard Jewel Spear is shown in profile shooting a 3-pointer over Alabama's Sarah Ashlee Barker.

Inside scouting reports, opponents for SEC in the NCAA Tournament

By Gabriella Lewis / March 20, 2024

Depth of the conference on display for the nation this week

How Shea Ralph got Vanderbilt back to the NCAA Tournament

By Gabriella Lewis / March 20, 2024

Dores went from being picked last in the SEC before the season to making the Big Dance

Hailey Van Lith dribbles the ball between her legs.

Hailey Van Lith leans on self-confidence through LSU transition

By Gabriella Lewis / March 14, 2024

“LSU is unique because it’s a very pro-style vibe”

Graphic with a photo of South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley smiling while holding scissors and a basketball net and holding onto the rim of a basketball hoop. Text below reads "Gamecocks for the Ages". Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Head shots of guest Gabriella Lewis and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Dawn Staley, South Carolina win, Angel Reese battles, Lady Vols endure

By The Next / March 12, 2024

Raven Johnson: ‘If Coach Staley felt like we could win, I felt like we could win.’

Tennessee guard Jewel Spear is shown in profile shooting a 3-pointer over Alabama's Sarah Ashlee Barker.

Smooth, steady, reliable: Why Jewel Spear is crucial to Tennessee’s postseason success

By Hunter Cruse / March 9, 2024

The 5’10 senior guard made SEC Tournament history in win over Alabama

South Carolina guard Te-Hina Paopao gathers the ball on the right side of her body as she gets a step on her defender.

What Te-Hina Paopao’s return means for South Carolina

By Gabriella Lewis / March 9, 2024

Kamilla Cardoso: ‘Everything she does on the court, I feel like she helps us’

Arkansas guard Makayla Daniels protects the ball as she gets ready to elevate for a shot by holding it on the left side of her body, away from an approaching defender.

After starting every game so far, Makayla Daniels will finish as an Arkansas record-breaker

By Gabriella Lewis / March 8, 2024

Neighbors: ‘She made us relevant again’

In Starkville, Lauren Park-Lane learns what she’s made of

By Gabriella Lewis / March 8, 2024

Park-Lane talks to The Next about the Starkville leg of her journey