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They Matter Too

Women’s college sports, not something that you hear people talking about on a regular basis. Sure, occasionally you’ll have a story that will capture everyone (Brittney Griner from Baylor and her dunking abilities last year) when they do something incredible, something out of the norm. 247 more words


Olympic champ Gabby Douglas' family to get reality show

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Olympic women’s gymnastics champion Gabrielle Douglas can add another item to her resume: TV star.

The defending all-around gold medalist and her family will be featured in a new Oxygen reality show debuting later this year. 109 more words


Women's Sports Throughout History Video

This is a link to a video made on youtube that outlines some significant events in women’s sports history. This is posted on another blog the author produces. 24 more words

Female Muscle

The ONLY Sweet 16 There Will Ever Be starts today!

It’s on to the ONLY Sweet 16 there will ever be.

However, there are no more unbeaten teams, and that has been rare in recent years in women’s basketball. 556 more words

College Basketball

First MAAC win sets tone for weeks ahead

by Robert Janish Jr.

Sports Reporter

After the slow start Canisius women’s lacrosse faced this campaign, they kicked their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference season off with a convincing 17-7 win over Quinnipiac last Saturday at the Demske Sports Complex. 802 more words


Love or hate them, Auriemma and UConn women dominate sport

Geno Auriemma and the UConn Huskies have turned women’s college basketball into their own showcase.

Over the past two decades, the Hall of Fame coach and his players have been the face of the sport, winning nine championships and poised to make a run at a 10th title. 1,008 more words


Poland's First UFC Champion

By Kaleb Page

March 20, 2015

The world of mixed martial arts is growing ever so rapidly across the globe. Today the ‘fight game’ can be found in every corner, whether it is in Iran, South Korea or Sweden; mixed martial arts is growing. 547 more words