Women in Sports Still without a start date By Sue Favor on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 WNBA news: The WNBA season could push into the fall, depending upon the start date. The Dream and the league prepares for the season without a start date. Despite the pandemic, the Sun push forward. Dallas draft analysis, and Greg Bibb podcast. The WNBA breaks down the draft. She’s known as “the unicorn”: meet Satou Sabally. Chennedy Carter will be the focal point of the Atlanta Dream’s reboot. Bella Alarie, like her father Mark, was a first-round pick. Q&A with Ruthy Hebard. Jocelyn Willoughby is ready for the next phase of her hoops journey. Kylee Shook’s journey to the WNBA. Stella Johnson of Rider – yes, Rider – is headed to the WNBA. Lauren Manis is excited to begin her pro career with Las Vegas after a storied career at Holy Cross. Reshanda Gray: from LA to the WNBA. As Megan Gustafson travels the world, the WNBA is a constant. College player news: ESPN’s 10 best players for 2020-2021. Vivian Gray matters at Oklahoma State. DePaul has added two transfers: Jorie Allen of Indiana and Courtney Fredrickson of Wisconsin. Jaden Owens has transferred from UCLA to Baylor. Aixa Wone Aranaz will join Georgia Tech, from Ohio State. Florida guard Brylee Bartram has transferred to Vanderbilt. Former Virginia Cavalier Felicia Aiyeotan is using her strength and determination to forge a new life after basketball. College coach news: Indiana coach Teri Moren laments the NCAA shutdown. San Jose State Jamie Craighead has agreed to a three-year contract extension. Jason Flowers has resigned as coach at CSUN. Mike Petrino has been named interim head coach at Montana. North Texas assistant coach Carlos Knox has left to take the same position at Cincinnati. 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?