UConn’s 100 Wins is About More Than Talent

UConn’s 100 Wins is About More Than Talent

What Auriemma has done is to convince twenty women to focus on a goal for 814 straight days; to work as hard as they possibly can each of those days.

LET’S NOT TALK ABOUT RIMS

LET’S NOT TALK ABOUT RIMS

Last week, in the midst of talks about equal pay and how good women’s basketball is getting, there was also talk about basketball rims.  Yup, basketball rims; you know, the usually orange, shiny things that basketballs are shot through.  Chicago Sky star, Elena Delle Donne, reignited a conversation that originally began in 2012 with University […]

Bad for Rousey, Good for Business: Why Holm’s Victory is Good for Women’s MMA

By now I’m sure you’ve seen it; the kick heard round the world.  In less than two rounds Holly Holm executed the roundhouse kick that shattered Ronda Rousey’s jaw and her unblemished record.  It was shocking and unbelievable to watch how Holm’s speed, precision and power took out the face of women’s MMA and the […]

YOU MISSED WHAT?!

You missed what is back to let you know what you missed in women’s sports over the weekend.  23-year-old Cheyenne Woods, Tiger Woods’ niece, claimed her first major professional tour title with her win at the Australian Ladies Masters.  Guess it runs in the family. Louisville tried to beat UConn.  They couldn’t.  Their efforts earned […]