We Lady Lions are blessed to have two extremely talented, but also very different point guards in Alex Bentley and Dara Taylor. They are the floor generals of our team, and they are in charge on the court.
In honor of Wednesday night’s Sugar Bowl, did you know that the American Heart Association recommends that most women get no more than 100 calories (or about six teaspons) from added sugar a day?
Ring in 2013 with accountability. People who make New Year's resolutions are 10 times more likely to successfully establish change than non-resolvers who have identical goals and comparable motivation to change, according to a 2002 study by Dr.
This blog is for all those players out there who got their (for lack of a better word) butts beat. This blog is not for David, but for Goliath -- that giant who got knocked out with a tiny, little stone.
Happy holidays and Happy New Year! I had a wonderful Christmas, and it started in Tennessee. As I exited the elevator and headed toward the lobby to get on the bus for the game, I noticed a bunch of people crowded by the doors: It was my family!
This week, I needed motivation to get out the door. With only seven weeks left to train, I can't afford to lose momentum. But the holidays certainly made it tough.I had family commitments, so I couldn't go out for a run whenever I wanted.
We just rounded out our nonconference schedule, and the Lady Lions are all headed home for a quick, but needed, holiday break. I am extremely excited to get the chance to spend some time with my family and friends back in Narberth, Pa.
Our basketball season is in full swing! Teams are trying to figure out their identities, players are trying to establish themselves on the hardwood. ... It's the best time of the year! Not to mention that it is the holiday season as well, and you know what goes well with the holidays?
DURHAM, N.C.-- Playing basketball, at any level, can take you to incredible places. This summer, my teammates and I had the chance to visit France and Italy for 10 days -- a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all of us.
It's finals week here on campus, and I have heard of some interesting rituals from drinking a bottle of Smart Water before each test to all-night cramming coffee tactics. Then, there's studying to Harry Potter music to make you feel wizardly.
As a student-athlete at Penn State, we have the opportunity to get involved in some great outreach and community service programs. Getting with the holiday spirit, our team spent some time this past weekend helping with the Toys for Tots program.
The city of Krakow, Poland, where I am playing basketball during the WNBA offseason, is already decorated for Christmas. There is snow everywhere and markets are full of Christmas décor! I will be back in New York to celebrate Christmas with my family.
As people have come to know, I have a big sister: Nneka. And she is pretty awesome, WNBA Rookie of the Year status and all. Yes, I'm super proud. As you might also know, I have two younger sisters as well: Olivia and Erica.
It takes me a long time to choose my next race, but it always feels good when I do. Sometimes it's a half marathon or a 5K, but this time it's a full marathon. On Feb. 17, I'll be running the Austin Marathon, and there's no turning back.
The best part about winning an Olympic medal? Knowing that you represented your country proudly in international competition. The next best part? I'll be honest: I'm enjoying the recognition. It feels so good to know that what you do -- all the training and everything you go through behind the scenes when the TV cameras aren't around -- isn't in vain.