The Connecticut women's basketball team gets a verbal commitment from Gabby Williams, the No. 8 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2014 class.
Kentucky commit Makayla Epps is following her role model -- and father -- Anthony Epps to Kentucky.
We're still not quite sure why Victoria Azarenka left the court for so long in a controversial win over Sloane Stephens. We just know, it smells like gamesmanship.
The 2014 girls' basketball recruiting class is full of speed, athleticism and versatility.
Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe, as well as other U.S. women's soccer stars, need to exercise patience and sacrifice to help the new women's professional soccer league succeed.
A year ago, Khat Bell was a freshman dealing with a devastating injury. Now she and fellow sophomore Haley Eckerman have helped the Longhorns to another Big 12 win and the No. 3 spot in our Power Rankings.
On Turn 5 of the last lap, Jacques Villeneuve made contact from behind, sending Danica Patrick into a spin and a 12th-place finish.
Chasity Melvin is the first WNBA participant in Sportscaster U, a three-day seminar at Syracuse University to train basketball players for TV jobs.
ABC and ESPN will be celebrating Title IX's anniversary with a lineup on women's sports programming on June 23.
The quiet 16-year-old from Eau Claire, Wis., excels as women ski jumpers finally join Olympics at the first Winter Youth Games.
Homare Sawa of Japan ended Brazilian forward Marta's five-year reign as FIFA player of the year on Monday in Zurich. American Abby Wambach was a finalist.
For the Illinois sophomore, volleyball has provided a way out of one life and into another, thanks in no small part to the mentor she affectionately calls Dad.
Aubrey is the starting goalkeeper for NCAA contender Wake Forest and is a national team prospect; Amber plays for Brown -- and is her sister's No. 1 fan.
On paper, the 6-foot-2 John Coughlin and 5-0 Caydee Denney look like a mismatch as a pairs skating team. But it all comes together on the ice.
In the first edition of espnW's weekly women's college basketball notebook, Michelle Smith checks in with Gonzaga and the rest of the hoops world.
The Terps, led by a talented core of players, are hitting their stride as they head into the second round of the NCAA tournament.