You've likely seen a photo of her several times. But do you really know what Inge Nissen, part of the 2012 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class, accomplished at Old Dominion?
Old Dominion's past is littered with stories of success, but our latest Hoops Across America stop found a Lady Monarchs program struggling to recapture glory.
The No. 1 overall seed in field hockey is officially up for grabs after Old Dominion suffered its first loss, while Illinois and Nebraska volleyball are on a collision course for the Big Ten title.
Rounding up the weekend's NCAA action, including Creighton staying unbeaten -- and unscored upon -- and Old Dominion field hockey's takedown of No. 1.
Old Dominion field hockey has navigated the early portion of its schedule with flying colors. The No. 2 Monarchs face top-ranked North Carolina this week.
New York on Tuesday became the latest WNBA franchise to hire one person to fill the roles of both coach and general manager.
With the Monarchs out of Sacramento, the WNBA hopes to find a new home for the franchise in the Bay Area.
As the regular season winds down, the final playoff berth in the Western Conference will likely come down to a race between Minnesota and San Antonio.
Coaches come and go. But all things considered, it seems Sacramento is undeservedly pulling the plug on coach Jenny Boucek, who was fired Sunday after the Monarchs' 3-10 start.
It's not the winning streak the league is buzzing about. But after a 1-8 start, Sacramento has won two straight and finally seems to be on the right track this season.
As the 13 WNBA rosters are trimmed to 11 spots, some very good, skilled and hardworking players are going to get the ax.
Nobody ever really knows on draft day how each team's picks are going to pan out. But there are no wrong answers here.
The playoffs are the time when players can unexpectedly become MVPs for a game when it really matters most. And Essence Carson and Edwige Lawson-Wade did that Monday to help New York and San Antonio move on in the postseason.
The "next generation" has arrived in the WNBA playoffs. Can the Liberty's youngsters help New York seal the deal against the Sun on Monday? Or will history repeat itself?
Ticha Penicheiro did all she could to try to lead Sacramento to victory Thursday, even doubling her scoring average. But it just wasn't enough to overcome Becky Hammon and the Silver Stars.
Before the WNBA playoffs get under way Thursday, Mechelle Voepel checks in with her regular-season awards picks and some playoff predictions.