WNBA Players Pay Tribute to Black Lives Matter, Security Staff Quit In Protest

WNBA Players Pay Tribute to Black Lives Matter, Security Staff Quit In Protest

On Saturday, before their game against the New York Liberty, several players from the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx appeared wearing #BlackLivesMatter t-shirts. Unfortunately, several off-duty police officers who were working security quit their jobs in protest and walked out on the game. Minnesota, who’s roster features All-Stars Maya Moore and Lindsay Whalen, warmed up in shirts […]

WNBA Finals: Indiana Fever face the Minnesota Lynx

WNBA Finals: Indiana Fever face the Minnesota Lynx

On Tuesday night, September 29, the Indiana Fever defeated the New York Liberty and earned their ticket to the WNBA finals. The Indiana Fever will be facing the Minnesota Lynx, who defeated the Phoenix Mercury in the Eastern Conference Finals earlier this week. This isn’t exactly shocking, as these two teams dominated the league from […]

WNBA: Our Guide to the 2015 Season

WNBA: Our Guide to the 2015 Season

The WNBA was founded in 1996 and it’s come a long way; unfortunately, the league still doesn’t get enough attention. Part of the issue is the lack of press WNBA stars receive; very few people are aware of the on-court talent or even acquainted with the teams. We’re here to help! As basketball players, the […]

Making History: It’s Time For America to Prove We Really Care about Female Athletes

Making History: It’s Time For America to Prove We Really Care about Female Athletes

When America faced Japan in the World Cup finals this weekend, it quickly became the highest rated soccer match in US history. More people watched that game than the NBA Finals or the Stanley Cup. Yet, on Monday, the whole country seemed to go back to pretending that they don’t care about women’s sports. Last […]