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  1. WNBA Finals - Minnesota Lynx's Maya Moore adds another title to t...

    Mechelle Voepel

    At this point, doesn't everyone who pays attention to women's basketball just expect Maya Moore to win? Thursday marked Moore's second WNBA championship in her three years in the league -- in the same building she was first crowned a winner.

    Story | Conversation | October 10, 2013
  2. WNBA -- Phoenix Mercury are big winner in WNBA draft lottery

    Mechelle Voepel

    Phoenix walked away with the No. 1 pick in Wednesday's WNBA draft lottery. And while it made the Mercury's day, it was the worst-case scenario for Washington, which had the best odds of winning the top pick in the lottery.

    Story | Conversation | September 26, 2012
  3. 2012 London Olympics -- Asjha Jones added to women's hoops roster...

    Mechelle Voepel

    Before anyone starts grumbling about the U.S. Olympic women's hoops roster looking like a case of college nepotism, it seemed likely this team would be Huskies-heavy no matter who the coach was.

    Story | Conversation | April 23, 2012
  4. Diana Taurasi cleared, but doubt about testing process hurts anti...

    Mechelle Voepel

    No one disputes the need to curb the use of banned substances in athletics. And no one can expect that there will never be mistakes. But, Diana Taurasi's situation being the latest example, nothing undermines the process more than when doubt is raised about testing procedures and the labs that do them.

    Story | Conversation | February 16, 2011
  5. Second straight title is perfect end to Parker's college career

    Mechelle Voepel

    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.

    Story | Conversation | April 08, 2008
  6. When the familiar becomes unfamiliar

    Mechelle Voepel

    While in Italy covering the Olympics, our columnist realized how hard it must be for foreign players to leave everything behind to come play in the United States.

    Story | Conversation | March 10, 2006