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

Ann Marie Rogers among SEC trailblazers honored for advancing women’s sports

By Dorothy J. Gentry / February 28, 2022

‘We weren’t trying to leave a legacy; we were just trying to do what was right’

With her body facing the camera, Caitlin Clark motions to the crowd to get louder

Daily Briefing — Feb. 4, 2022: Upsets and triple-doubles on my mind

By Missy Heidrick / February 4, 2022

And a Gary Blair reunion

WATCH: Consistency matters even in January

By Missy Heidrick / January 19, 2022

UCF deserves more love

‘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

Literally just a close-up of a basketball on a court.

Daily Briefing — Dec. 27, 2021: Basketball returns… technically

By Em Adler / December 27, 2021

There is basketball today. That is a true statement.

SEC graduate patches a source of pride for athletes

By Dorothy J. Gentry / December 26, 2021

‘Seeing it on my jersey every day is a constant reminder of what I accomplished’

Florida’s Lavender Briggs chronicles her comeback from a season-ending injury

By Dorothy J. Gentry / December 5, 2021

‘[I] learned how to lead in a different way … It helps this year for sure’

2021 Big 12/SEC Challenge preview

By Missy Heidrick / December 1, 2021

Great storylines, matchups will treat us to five days of big-time games


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