Rebecca Lobo, voted the fourth most influential Hispanic female athlete of all time, ushered in a new era in women's college basketball during her days at UConn, and she continues to promote the game today.
Before Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins, there was Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes and Rebecca Lobo, who helped shape the WNBA into what it is today.
Sheryl Swoopes hasn't played in the WNBA in two seasons. So why hasn't she gotten the royal send-off the league's other founding players received?
Newly inducted Rebecca Lobo humbly credited Title IX and great timing for her career success. But the truth is, the time was right for her, and Lobo was also right for the time.
Five-time Olympian Teresa Edwards and fellow Team USA veterans Teresa Weatherspoon and Rebecca Lobo were among six inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame this weekend.
Saturday's WNBA All-Star Game turned into a celebration of all things UConn.