Women in Sports Fans say bring on the sports, even without them By Sue Favor on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 An ESPN study found that fans favor bringing back sports without spectators rather than waiting. WNBA player news: A Phoenix connection helped DeWanna Bonner get to Connecticut, and now she wants to help the Sun win a title. Kia Nurse is riding a remarkable high, and she’s not done yet. Sabrina Ionescu on how she wants to use her platform to change women’s sports and society. Interview with Ty Harris. How Megan Walker and Crystal Dangerfield fit on their new teams. Dangerfield expects a similar role with the Lynx to ones she’s had in the past. Walker is preparing for her rookie season. Erica Ogwumike talks about her aspirations to be a doctor. Why 2020 will be harder than usual for draft picks to make a team. College conference news: Conference-USA is likely to keep an 18-game schedule next year. College team news: Entering 2020-2021, Gonzaga will still have an answer for everything. College player news: A day in the life of Texas’ Joanne Allen-Taylor. College coach news: Nathaniel Kilbert is the new head coach at Alcorn State. He was an assistant coach there from 1991-2001. Jasmine Lister has resigned as assistant coach at UConn. 0 Previous Post Next Post Related Posts Women in Sports Big scoring, big games Women in Sports Preview: Evans and No. 1 Louisville host Mangakahia and No. 23 Syracuse Women in Sports Preview: Will new Husky Evina Westbrook put on a show vs. former Lady Vols?