Best start in school history, longest winning streak, first Pac-12 Title, highest tournament seed, first regional title, first Elite Eight and Final Four appearance in school history. Anyone who has caught a glimpse of our warm-up stretches, pregame shots, or that postgame celebration on Monday, April 1, knows that we are a team that likes to have fun and enjoy the moment.
Louisville will be looking for a little deja vu in the Bayou. The last time the women’s Final Four was held in New Orleans, the UConn women won the national championship and Connecticut became the first – and only -- Division I school to have its men’s and women’s basketball teams win the NCAA basketball titles in the same year.
Last April, my teammates and I walked away from the World Women’s Hockey Championships with a silver medal after losing to Canada in overtime in a hard-fought final. Losses are never enjoyable, but this one involved falling short in extra time against our biggest rivals in front of a home crowd in Burlington, Vt.
With its 65-62 overtime win over Georgia on Monday, Cal clinched its first trip to the Final Four in program history. The Bears also became the first Pac-12 team not named Stanford to reach the national semifinals since Cheryl Miller and Southern California did it back in 1986.
Haley Peters interviews Duke teammate and All-American Chelsea Gray about her season-ending injury, how she motivates her teammates from the bench and some "personal issues" with her roommate.
Louisville’s stunner over No. 1 Baylor on Sunday night featured some, well, stunning statistics. The fifth-seeded Cardinals’ long-range shooting is at the top of the list. Of their 82 total points, 48 of them were scored on 3-pointers.
Haley Peters took the camera along as the Duke women's basketball team visited Elizabeth Williams' house in Virginia Beach, Va. Williams' family hosted the team for a home-cooked meal before the Blue Devils' game against Nebraska in the Norfolk Regional semifinals.
Well, we've made it to Game 3 and Norfolk, Va. We are so excited to take two of our players Elizabeth Williams and Ka'lia Johnson back to their home state! This is an exciting time for our program.
Heading in to Sunday night’s game against Louisville, Brittney Griner had 103 blocks in 17 NCAA tournament games. While she’s already set the record, the suspense is in whether or not she can double the number of blocks by the previous leader, former Duke star Alison Bales (2003-07), who had 62 blocks in 15 games.
I’m leaving for Chicago! I am so excited I can't even put it into words. This has been a dream of mine since I have been a little girl, and now the McDonald's All American Games are only a couple days away!
The tourney is in full madness mode! No lead is safe. No team is out until that final buzzer sounds. We were so fortunate to play at home in Maples for the first two rounds -- and does Nerd Nation go hard!
I just got back home from France 15 minutes ago, so I'm pretty ready to crash, but I wanted to give the download from my season-ender at the X Games in Tignes. It was a tough contest, so I was psyched to walk away with the win.
Wow, what a great run through the first two rounds of the tournament.We knew when we saw the draw that it would not be easy. Even though we are a No. 1 seed, we had to travel to Iowa City. After we beat Tennessee-Martin in the opening round, we faced Iowa on their home floor.
LSU looks to extend its storybook run at the women’s NCAA tournament tonight in Spokane against Cal. The story may seem more like a sequel to the Lady Tigers, who advanced to the Final Four the last time they played in the regionals in Washington State.
It’s official: The season is over. We wrapped up in mid-March with a pretty fun finale — a friendly co-ed national championship race where I teamed up with my fiance Nic Taylor as brakeman to race against Katie Eberling (my brakeman at the world championships this year) and Steve Holcomb, the No.