The sure thing in this year's WNBA draft -- Stanford senior Nneka Ogwumike -- wasn't sure until recently that she was headed toward a pro career. But she's ready now, and was Monday's No. 1 overall pick.
If Charlie Creme's December Bracketology ended up as March's 64-team NCAA tournament field, how would it play out? Here are round-by-round predictions -- and yes, UConn reaches St. Louis and the Final Four.
Candace Parker went to Tennessee to help fill up the trophy case some more. And winning an NCAA title and Final Four Most Outstanding Player honors for the second year in a row was the perfect farewell for her college career.
When Candace Parker arrived four years ago, many expected Pat Summitt would add multiple championships to her legacy. But it was a perfect two-year plan that added up to titles No. 7 and 8 for the coach and her program.
They call each other "Ace" and "Ice" for the different ways their name is spelled. But Candace Parker and Candice Wiggins both loom large as the present and future of women's hoops as they collide in Tuesday's NCAA title game.
Connecticut's Maya Moore was joined on the first-team squad by repeat All-Americans Candace Parker of Tennessee and Courtney Paris of Oklahoma and first-timers Sylvia Fowles of LSU and Candice Wiggins of Stanford.
LSU's Sylvia Fowles, Oklahoma's Courtney Paris, Tennessee's Candace Parker and Stanford's Candice Wiggins have been named finalists for the 2008 Naismith Trophy, presented annually to the top Division I women's college basketball player.