In her first year as Indiana's head coach, Stephanie White has assembled an experienced staff and is committed to sustaining the success Lin Dunn established.
Junior guard Lexie Brown was granted her release by Maryland on Tuesday.
Illinois is taking steps to increase support for what it terms "the health and well-being" of its athletes following abuse allegations in both the football and women's basketball programs.
New York Liberty president Isiah Thomas hopes that people keep an open mind about his new role in the WNBA.
The Atlanta Dream have re-signed two-time All-Star forward DeLisha Milton-Jones.
New York Liberty guard Epiphanny Prince will miss perhaps the first month of the WNBA season to try to help Russia qualify for next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
North Carolina announced Friday it has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA regarding the re-opening of its academic fraud investigation.
Leading scorer Kaela Davis and Georgia Tech have agreed to part ways, the school announced Tuesday. Davis averaged a team-best 19.6 points per game in 2014-15.
After missing last season with knee injuries, former first-round draft picks Natalie Achonwa and Chelsea Gray finally got their first WNBA action, albeit in an exhibition game.
Sound familiar? Tulsa is on the verge of breaking into the top of the West. But this summer especially, after Skylar Diggins' solid second season, there really is reason to believe.
The WNBA needed to be a leader in domestic violence situations. And from the process to the penalties handed down to Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson, Laurel Richie should be commended.
MSG says hiring Isiah Thomas is purely about saving the Liberty. But people around the league worry the Liberty are actually being used as a pawn just to get Thomas back into the fold at MSG.
Officiating still needs to be better and the level of play must continue to improve at both ends, but the approved changes, including the move to four quarters, should be positive steps.
The U.S. women's basketball team will be going for a sixth consecutive Olympic gold medal in the Rio Games. And after this week's camp in Las Vegas, the team could be deeper than ever.
In three years, UConn star Breanna Stewart has won three titles and three Final Four MOPs. Now the question becomes: What would the perfect ending to her legendary career look like?
Sylvia Fowles wants a trade -- possibly to Minnesota -- but the Chicago center and the Sky have been in a stalemate. Will it mean a third Olympian will sit out at least part of the WNBA season?
Andy Landers has retired. Theresa Grentz has landed at Lafayette. And we're tracking all the coaching changes heading into the 2015-16 season.
Bill Laimbeer, let go last year but then hired back, will try to return New York to the playoffs after missing the postseason in back-to-back years for the first time since the WNBA's inception.
Seattle, Tulsa, New York and Connecticut scored A grades in Thursday's WNBA draft, while four others earned C marks.