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Dallas Wings make history by selecting Collier, Kuier 1-2 in WNBA draft

It's the first time in league history that a team had picks No. 1 and 2. The Wings acquired the top pick in a February trade after being awarded the second choice in the draft lottery. The Wings also have the fifth pick and the first pick in the second round.

Stanford holds off Arizona to win 1st women's NCAA title in 29 years

Haley Jones scored 17 points and Stanford beat Arizona 54-53, giving the Cardinal and coach Tara VanDerveer their first national championship in 29 years on Sunday night.
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Arizona, Stanford carry Pac-12 banner in women's title game

The last time that Tara VanDerveer and Stanford were playing for a national championship, the Pac-12 had just 10 schools and the Cardinal were the standard bearer for the conference.
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Canada's Laeticia Amihere helps lead No. 1 South Carolina past Georgia Tech to reach Elite 8

Zia Cooke scored 17 points to lead top-seed South Carolina to a 76-65 win over fifth-seeded Georgia Tech on Sunday and reach the Elite Eight.
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Bueckers, UConn delight in coveted Sweet 16 matchup against Iowa

Christyn Williams scored 27 points and Paige Bueckers added 18 to lead No. 1 UConn to a 92-72 win over fifth-seeded Iowa on Saturday in the Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA Tournament.

NCAA upgrades women's tournament weight room following heavy backlash

Teams at the NCAA women's basketball tournament finally have a weight room.

Differences in men's, women's weight rooms in NCAA bubble prompts questions of inequity

The teams had barely landed in Texas when complaints of inequity between the women's and men's tournaments roared over social media posts noting the women's weight training facilities in San Antonio were severely lacking compared to what the men have in Indianapolis. Both tournaments field 64 teams.

New York Liberty trade Kia Nurse to Phoenix Mercury in 3-team deal

Canadian national women's basketball team star Kia Nurse is heading to the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury after a three-team trade involving the New York Liberty on Wednesday.

Entire NCAA women's basketball tourney to be held in San Antonio area

The San Antonio region will host the entire NCAA women's basketball tournament this year. The tournament will still feature 64 teams and will run from March 21 through April 4. The NCAA will use five sites for the opening round, including the University of Texas, which is 80 miles from San Antonio, as a venue.

Diana Taurasi re-signs with Mercury, Candace Parker joins hometown Sky as WNBA free agency kicks off

Diana Taurasi re-signed with the Phoenix Mercury, and Candace Parker signed with hometown Chicago Sky as the first official day of WNBA free agency kicked off on Monday.

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