espnW Video Archive

  • Mechelle & Michelle: Enemkpali's Injury

    Mechelle Voepel and Michelle Smith of espnW discuss a couple unexpected teams leading their conferences and Nneka Enemkpali's season-ending injury.

    Jan 21 6:29 PM ET

  • Sharapova Survives Scare

    Maria Sharapova saved two match points in the third set, topping Alexandra Panova 6-1, 4-6, 7-5 to advance to the third round at the Australian Open.

    Jan 21 1:12 AM ET

  • Serena Williams Cruises In First Round

    Serena Williams beat Alison Van Uytvanck 6-0, 6-4 to advance to the second round of the Australian Open.

    Jan 20 10:27 AM ET

  • Irish End Lady Vols' Streak

    Jewell Loyd scored 34 points to lead No. 6 Notre Dame past No. 5 Tennessee 88-77.

    Jan 19 10:39 PM ET

  • Vika Routs Sloane

    Victoria Azarenka beat Sloane Stephens 6-3, 6-2 to advance to the second round at the Australian Open.

    Jan 19 11:26 PM ET

  • Vika Talks Offseason, First-Round Win

    Two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka discusses coming into the tournament this year unseeded, what she did in the offseason to improve after a difficult 2014 and her first-round win over Sloane Stephens.

    Jan 20 10:41 AM ET

  • Vonn Wins Record 63rd Cup Title

    Lindsey Vonn joins "SportsCenter" to discuss becoming the women's World Cup record holder for race wins at 63, boyfriend Tiger Woods surprising her at the event and her successful comeback from injury.

    Jan 19 2:18 PM ET

  • Ivanovic Ousted In Round 1

    Fifth-seeded Ana Ivanovic was upset in the first round of the Australian Open, losing to qualifier Lucie Hradecka in three sets.

    Jan 19 11:55 AM ET

  • Sharapova Cruises Past Martic

    Second-ranked Maria Sharapova beat Petra Martic in straight sets 6-4, 6-1 in the last match of the day at the Australian Open.

    Jan 19 3:39 PM ET

  • Kerber Upset By Begu

    Ninth-seeded Angelique Kerber lost to Irina-Camelia Begu in three sets in the first round of the Australian Open.

    Jan 19 11:56 AM ET

  • espnW Highlight Of The Night

    UConn won its 27th straight home game with a 92-50 victory over South Florida, Elizabeth Williams' double-double lifted Duke to a 68-53 win over Miami, and Sara Hammond scored 20 points in Louisville's 67-55 win over Virginia.

    Jan 18 9:41 PM ET

  • Gold Medalist Forced To End Career

    Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington was forced to cut her career short because of congenital spinal stenosis.

    Jan 20 9:56 AM ET

  • Lindsey Vonn Wins 62nd World Cup Event

    With a victory Sunday, Lindsey Vonn tied Annemarie Moser-Proell's 35-year-old record of 62 World Cup wins.

    Jan 18 11:24 AM ET

  • espnW Highlights Of The Night

    Check out the day in women's hoops, including wins by No. 3 Baylor and No. 4 Texas.

    Jan 17 6:37 PM ET

  • espnW Highlights Of The Night

    Oregon State held off Washington State 73-70, Arizona State cruised to a 67-52 win over California, and Stanford routed Arizona 77-47.

    Jan 17 10:56 AM ET

  • Front Rowe: Barnes' Big Heart

    Holly Rowe of espnW reports on Texas men's basketball coach Rick Barnes' grandchildren, who were adopted from Uganda, and what they mean to him and his family.

    Jan 16 8:19 PM ET

  • Birth Of A Rivalry

    On Jan. 16, 1995, No. 1 Tennessee traveled to Storrs, Connecticut, to face No. 2 UConn in the first matchup between the schools.

    Jan 16 5:34 PM ET

  • Why Serena Dominates

    Greg Garber examines Serena Williams' dominance of women's professional tennis and the chances that she'll win a 19th major in 2015.

    Jan 16 5:42 PM ET

  • Healthy Hacks: Elena Hight

    Professional snowboarder Elena Hight reveals three key tricks to withstand the cold weather while hitting the slopes.

    Jan 16 10:33 AM ET

  • espnW Highlight Of The Night

    Brianna Turner's double-double lifted Notre Dame to an 89-69 win over North Carolina, No. 1 South Carolina improved to 17-0 with a 60-49 win over Missouri and Laurin Mincy scored 24 points to lead Maryland to a 71-59 win over Rutgers.

    Jan 16 7:54 AM ET

  • Center Court: Women's Aussie Preview

    ESPN's Prim Siripipat talks to senior writer Greg Garber about the biggest names in women's tennis who will be appearing at the Australian Open, as well as some younger ladies flying under the radar to keep your eye on.

    Jan 15 11:26 AM ET

  • Center Court: Serena's Shot

    ESPN's Prim Siripipat talks to senior writer Greg Garber about Serena Williams' chances of winning the Australian Open.

    Jan 15 11:26 AM ET

  • Unseeded Vika

    ESPN's Prim Siripipat talks to senior writer Greg Garber about former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka, who had a disappointing 2014, entering the Australian Open unseeded and if she has a chance of winning the major Down Under for the third time.

    Jan 16 12:13 PM ET

  • Muguruza Tops Radwanska As Halep Withdraws

    Simona Halep withdrew due to illness and rising star Garbine Muguruza beat Agnieszka Radwanska 3-6, 7-6, 6-2 to advance at the Sydney International.

    Jan 13 2:47 PM ET

  • Wozniacki Exits With Wrist Injury

    Caroline Wozniacki was forced to withdraw from her first-round match at the Sydney International with a wrist injury.

    Jan 12 2:18 PM ET