Tonight, the 2018 class will be inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. This class has made an impact on every level of the game, from high school to the professional ranks, and many are still actively involved in women’s basketball. Rather than try to compile a run-down on each inductee, I’ll be featuring links to great stories on each upcoming Hall of Fame member. To start, Whitney Medworth put together a good summary at SB Nation back when the class was announced. This is a good primer:¬†https://www.sbnation.com/2018/2/13/17007852/tina-thompson-chamique-holdsclaw-womens-basketball-hall-of-fame-class. For a deeper dive on each of the inductees, check out the following stories: Chamique Holdsclaw:¬†https://www.sacbee.com/sports/article212854209.htmlRead More →

This past weekend brought the end of the 2017 – 2018 NCAA women’s basketball season, and congratulations are in order for the following teams: This opens the brief period between the NCAA season and the WNBA season, which will tip off next month. Meanwhile, the WNBA Draft will bridge the two seasons on April 12. In the meantime, we’ll explore how this NCAA season and Final Four fit into the history of Division I women’s basketball. To dip our toes in, we take a brief look at coaches in the NCAA Final Four, inspired in part by a recent thread of tweets from The JumpRead More →