Many Eastern Conference teams got a makeover Monday as both veterans and draftees found new homes in the WNBA draft or via trades.
Over the past decade, the No. 1 picks in the WNBA draft have all paid off. On Monday, either Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike or Baylor's Odyssey Sims will get a chance to continue that legacy.
Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike and Baylor's Odyssey Sims have emerged as the most likely candidates for the No. 1 overall pick in Monday's WNBA draft.
WBCA names 10-member All-America team.
The madness we've all been waiting for tips Saturday morning. We look at what underdogs might come out on top, which teams might make the most noise, and the tourney's reigning top dog, UConn sophomore Breanna Stewart.
Not only are Oklahoma State and Baylor both looking to avoid their second league loss, but Sunday's Big 12 clash pits point guards Tiffany Bias versus Odyssey Sims.
Despite beating Kansas soundly two weeks ago and playing competitively against UConn on Monday, No. 7 Baylor falls to KU 76-60.
A pair of perfectionist coaches led their teams into Big Monday. And though the game was far from perfect, both UConn and Baylor benefited from it.
In her final season of college, it's Odyssey Sims' turn to be in the spotlight, and wow, has she proved ready for that.
Mechelle Voepel goes full-court Grantham, comparing the top 10 women's hoops teams to the "Downton Abbey" character they most resemble.
Kentucky, behind 43 points off the bench from Jennifer O'Neill, outlasted Baylor, which got 47 points from Odyssey Sims, in the highest scoring game in women's Division I history.
Baylor has dominated the Big 12 for several seasons. In 2013-14, Oklahoma might make a claim for the top spot in a league full of young players and a lot of unknown.
Baylor has long-dominated the Big 12, but Texas is Mechelle Voepel's pick as the preseason favorite.
In a young league that lost a lot of successful seniors, there is more unknown than known going into this Big 12 season. Oklahoma hopes to supplant Baylor at the top of the conference race.
First, it was Louisville over Baylor. Now, Europe over the United States. In both upsets, it wasn't about what the favorites did wrong, but what the underdogs did right.
Brittney Griner and Jason Collins recently acknowledged their sexuality in different ways, which begs the question of what role we the media should play in "outing" sports figures.