Women in Sports Nothing much shaking on the WNBA front – just college By Sue Favor on Thursday, May 7, 2020 WNBA team news: The Sparks have opened virtual training camp. The Portland Trail Blazers aren’t exploring another WNBA franchise, but the should be. WNBA player news: Breanna Stewart is eager to get back on the court. DeWanna Bonner discusses why she joined the Sun. Ruthy Hebard will add scoring to a great Sky offense. Will Kylee Shook stick as the league’s next stretch big? WNBA players have joined the “Real Heroes Project” to honor healthcare workers. NCAA news: The NCAA approved a waiver that will allow schools to spend below the minimum level on athletic scholarships required to compete in Division I. College team news: Texas A&M has boosted their roster with transfers. CBS Sports power rankings for next year. College player news: Two worlds have collided for Arkansas guard Destiny Slocum. From sixth woman to potential starting guard, Chasity Patterson has big shoes to fill at Kentucky. A year ago, Buffalo guard Hanna Hall’s mental health battle went viral. Here’s what happened next. With her rehab wrapping up, Lauren Ware looks forward to helping both the basketball and volleyball teams. College coach news: The Pac-12 will honor Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer tomorrow with a marathon of game re-broadcasts. Muffet McGraw has retired and found a voice that reaches beyond basketball. Megan Duffy exceeded expectations in her first year at Marquette. Now she’s trying to keep the ball bouncing. Adia Barnes is one of the Arizona coaches taking a 20 percent pay cut to mitigate coronavirus impacts. Alabama A&M coach Margaret Richards’ contract has been extended through 2023-2024. Pitt coach Lance White is among those coaches who donated money to the school’s Center for Vaccine Research. Alleging gender discrimination, former Western Carolina coach Heather Kearney is suing the University. 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?