Christmas Abbott could become the first full-time female crew pit member for a Sprint Cup Series racing team, but she's drawn plenty of cheers and jeers for the way she's come into the sport.
Donna Lebano's decision to wait until the Blackhawks game ended to give birth is almost as skewed as a J.R. Smith jumper. It's a bellyful of crazy in The Buzz That Was.
Kristen Simon, the No. 43 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60, shares her love of fans and Kobe Bryant.
Twenty years ago, Moncia Seles was on top of the tennis world at 19. Then a Steffi Graf fan stabbed her during a match, and it all unraveled.
U.S. Women's National Team star Alex Morgan delighted the crowd of 16,479 by scoring what turned out to be the winning goal for the Portland Thorns FC.
Before we get to the funny stuff from Adam Scott, Chandler Harnish and Gabby Douglas during this somber week, The Buzz That Was leads off with an emotional national anthem by the fans in Boston.
Two other leagues, the WUSA and Women's Professional Soccer, both came and went. But the NWSL has a smarter business plan, with the backing of the national federations from the United States, Canada and Mexico.
With excitement building and the first National Women's Soccer League matches set to take place this weekend, here's where the eight teams stand.
FGCU had the most surprising opening weekend in the men's NCAA tournament. The biggest surprise, though, may be the confidence with which Eagles have played.
The Tiger Woods-Lindsey Vonn romance is already providing a lot of comedy, and we're more than happy to recap the absurdity for you in this week's The Buzz That Was.
With Kyla Ross sidelined with an injury, the U.S. team's chances at the American Cup rest on the shoulders of 15-year-olds Katelyn Ohashi and Simone Biles.
Kalani Brown is following in the footsteps of her NBA-playing father, P.J., and mother, Dee, who played college ball. The 6-foot-5 center is still weighing her considerable college options.
An African-American female journalist and hip-hop fan covering her first NASCAR race was pleasantly surprised by the racial diversity and number of female fans at the Daytona 500.
Janet Guthrie made history in NASCAR and IndyCar three decades before Danica Patrick, overcoming obstacles and insults even worse than those female racers face today.
Americans Rebecca Moros and Beverly Goebel-Yanez are capitalizing on the popularity of women's soccer in Japan and have found a home on the country's most elite squad, the INAC Kobe Leonessa.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain takes stock of the Chicago Bulls who have been without superstar Derrick Rose for 284 days.