South Carolina

Three close-up photos of WNBA prospects Paige Bueckers, JuJu Watkins and MiLaysia Fulwiley are displayed side-by-side. The text "WNBA prospect ranking" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked On Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Ranking the top WNBA prospects in college basketball

By The Next / April 27, 2024

The top three are all top-20 prospects in WNBA history, our draft experts say

LSU's Angel Reese smiling at the free-throw line in a win over Missouri on Jan. 4, 2024.

Chicago Sky add star power in WNBA Draft

By Talia Goodman / April 15, 2024

The Chicago Sky added some star power on Monday evening in the WNBA Draft, acquiring Kamilla Cardoso, Angel Reese and Brynna Maxwell

Freshman Tessa Johnson had the game of her life in the NCAA championship, scoring a career-high 19 points to lead the Gamecocks. Photo credit: Dominic Allegra, The Next

Final Four notebook: Johnson shines with South Carolina, Kate Martin reflects and more

By Rob Knox / April 10, 2024

A look back at the Final Four, featuring Tessa Johnson’s triumphs, Kate Martin’s reflections, and Caitlin Clark’s lasting impact

Graphic with photo of Dawn Staley holding a glass basketball trophy after winning the 2024 NCAA Championship title game. Text below reads "Dawn Staley's World". Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Headshots of guest Rob Knox and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: How Dawn Staley impacts South Carolina and the world

By The Next / April 9, 2024

Unpacking South Carolina’s remarkable undefeated season

South Carolina celebrates winning the NCAA tournament

Locked On Women’s Basketball: South Carolina win championship, complete undefeated season

By The Next / April 8, 2024

Missy Heidrick and Alex Simon break down the Final Four, the championship game, and what’s next for women’s basketball

Staley is pictured with her arm raised pointing forward on the sideline

Dawn Staley continues to set standard of inclusivity and excellence

By Rob Knox / April 8, 2024

‘When you can treat people good, they treat you better’

South Carolina celebrates its third national championship and first perfect season in program history (Photo credit: Dominic Allegra, The Next Hoops)

South Carolina finishes perfect season with a flourish

By Rob Knox / April 7, 2024

A year after falling to Iowa in the Final Four, South Carolina beat them to secure both the NCAA championship and a perfect season

Dawn Staley celebrates after South Carolina wins the championship

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Dawn Staley, South Carolina and Caitlin Clark

By The Next / April 7, 2024

Host Howard Megdal recaps South Carolina’s championship game defeat of Iowa, Dawn Staley’s legacy, and all things Caitlin Clark

Dawn Staley celebrates a national title with players as confetti falls

With third national title, Dawn Staley breathes rarified air

By Tee Baker / April 7, 2024

Staley led South Carolina to an undefeated season that ended with a trophy

South Carolina center Kamilla Cardoso stands with her hands on her hips and looks up and to her right. The loose ball is visible in the foreground.

Kamilla Cardoso brings lightness and empathy to South Carolina’s championship quest

By Rob Knox / April 6, 2024

Bree Hall: Cardoso ‘brings all of us to life’