After the New York Liberty’s home court victory over the Dallas Wings last week, the team hit the road and continued to win. First, they dispatched the Connecticut Sun 80‑72.
It was the narrowest of victories, but in the closing moments the New York Liberty pulled out a 91-88 home court win over the Dallas Wings.
Last Friday’s 91–59 home court win over the Indiana Fever was the New York Liberty’s largest margin of victory since August 2010.
Two members of the St. John’s University track and field team are headed to the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore., June 8-11.
For two games in a row, the New York Liberty held a lead over its opponents for most of the game only to fade in the final minutes and crumble in overtime.
Intensely private by nature, for years New York City basketball legend Chamique Holdsclaw suffered in silence as she dealt with issues of depression and bipolar disorder.
The first pick of the 2016 WNBA draft surprised no one. As expected, the most decorated player in women’s college basketball, Breanna Stewart of the University of Connecticut, was selected.
There were firsts at the 86th annual AAU Sullivan Award, which was held at the New York Athletic Club this past Sunday.
Post-season cut short for New York and New Jersey Division I NCAA Women's basketball teams.
Seton Hall honors seniors at the final regular season game of the season.