Recent milestones and "firsts" for female athletes have provided glimpses into just how women's sports may finally break through its most stubbornly unconquered frontier.
Feb 27 4:30 PM ET | By Johnette Howard
Listen to Geno Auriemma. Maybe a radical change such as lowering the hoops is the right way to increase the audience for women's basketball.
Oct 26 12:32 PM ET | By Johnette Howard
Even Nike has had enough? Wednesday's news of the company's split with Lance Armstrong is a remarkable twist in the cyclist's accelerating spiral from heroic cultural icon to disgraced champion and unconscionable liar.
Oct 17 11:16 PM ET | By Johnette Howard
Imagine what the world would look like without Title IX. Then celebrate the advances made by continuing the fight.
Jun 21 5:50 PM ET | By Johnette Howard
Our countdown of the Top 40 female athletes of the past 40 years starts with Chinese diver Fu Mingxia, who won every Olympic event she entered, grabbing four gold medals over three Games.
Apr 30 2:14 PM ET | By Johnette Howard
Melissa Isaacson, Marisa Moseley, Jemele Hill, Johnette Howard and Suzy Kolber review some of the key moments in women's sports history in the final installment of ESPN's Women's History Month roundtable discussion.
Melissa Isaacson, Marisa Moseley, Jemele Hill, Johnette Howard and Suzy Kolber talk about the issues facing women who cover male sports and the coverage of women's sports in Part 2 of 3 in ESPN's Women's History Month roundtable discussion.
Melissa Isaacson, Marisa Moseley, Jemele Hill, Johnette Howard and Suzy Kolber discuss the impact of Title IX and its pros and cons in the first of a three-part Women's History Month discussion.
Chew on this, haters: Plenty of portly pitchers have eaten big league hitters for dinner.