Diana Taurasi, voted the third-most influential Hispanic female athleteof all time in a poll conducted by espnW and ESPN Deportes, has accomplished everything in basketball, but burns to get better.
Embracing the scrutiny, heralded UConn freshman Breanna Stewart is already showing she has what it takes to become the next great Husky.
LSU's Nikki Caldwell has worn many hats as a head coach, including mentor and teacher. Now, after giving birth in March, she adds parent as she learns to master even more multitasking.
Championship Week kicks off Wednesday. Here is a breakdown of the six major conference tournaments.
Oregon State coach Scott Rueck inherited a patchwork lineup and went 9-21 his first season. Now, the Beavers are 17-7 and the surprise of the Pac-12.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day is a good time to reflect on all that has been inspirational in an 18-year career covering women's basketball.
While coaches understand budgetary concerns and the need for parity, they don't want to lose opportunities for women.
Behind head coach Jim Foster, the Buckeyes have found a way to stay among the elite, despite big changes in on-court personnel.
The Cardinal and Lady Vols, two of the top-ranked teams in the country, are setting up another big early-season showdown.
It's time to take stock of things as the calendar year draws to a close. With that in mind, here are the hottest players and women's basketball teams in this young season.
The UConn transfer has led her team to new heights with upset wins over Penn State and Villanova and basketball pollsters are noticing.
Jumbo-size practice dummy "Contessa" puts Cardinal players to a big test.
In Part II of espnW's behind-the-scenes look at the Stanford women's basketball team, it's picture day, bringing out the creativity -- and shyness.
Stanford prepares for a new women's basketball season, and espnW will be along for the ride. In Part 1 of the series, change is the name of the game.
Pat Summitt is trying to rebuild Tennessee back to championship form. Monday's announcement will make the quest more challenging.
Candace Parker, Seimone Augustus and Candice Wiggins missed last year's World Championship because of injuries. All are back and rarin' to go.