How do you say goodbye to a woman who inspired generations of athletes and defined what it means to be a coaching legend?
Instead, you keep her memory alive in your heart and mind.
Pat Summitt, 64, who died on Tuesday after a nearly five-year battle with early-onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type, was the queen of women’s basketball[...]
June 21, 1997 will forever be etched in stone as the date of the inaugural WNBA game.
The sold-out crowd of 14,284 fans gathered at the Great Western Forum – the longtime home of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers – to watch the New York Liberty versus the Los Angeles Sparks.
Fast forward to season 20 and in honor of that historic day the WNBA anno[...]
This is the story of the world’s most popular sport – football – that spans more than 100 years. It is treasured and unites generations of fans. However, over the years, its governing body – the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) – which is responsible for the regulation and promotion of the sport worldwide has struggled to ma[...]
The University of Connecticut (UConn) women’s basketball team captured its fourth straight national championship with cold-blooded efficiency.
Its seven-time James A. Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year, Geno Auriemma, made history by winning a record 11 championships and passing the legendary UCLA men’s basketball coach, John Wooden.