10 fast facts about A'ja Wilson

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A'ja Wilson, the No. 1 women's basketball prospect in the nation, will choose between Connecticut, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina today. Here are 10 fast facts about the 17-year-old star. Read more ...

Signature Day at Heathwood Hall

18 hours ago

When A'ja Wilson finally puts pen to paper on Wednesday, it's going to be a big deal at Heathwood Hall and in the Columbia, S.C., community. Read more ...

Beaches, beauty Down Under

19 hours ago

After two early-season competitions in Australia, surfer Courtney Conlogue decided to stay Down Under during a break from tour. The world’s sixth-ranked surfer shares photos of the beautiful sights from her trip to Victoria. Read more ...

Buzz That Was: Look Both Ways

21 hours ago

Chandler Parsons was bumped, Joakim Noah was bummed and the Milwaukee Bucks landed in the basement. But the other side of the Monday story was much brighter with the adorable Caleb Watson and Georges the cheery dog. Read more ...

Special thank you to No. 42

22 hours ago

Players on diamonds across the country will don No. 42 today to honor Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in baseball on this day in 1947. Read more ...

Training Tracks: Shalane Flanagan

20 hours ago

With the world watching, Shalane Flanagan trains to make a statement at her hometown race, the Boston Marathon. Read more ...

A'ja Wilson's mom keeps score

17 hours ago

Spreadsheets, speaker phones and Grandma were all part of Eva Wilson's game plan as she helped her daughter, A'ja Wilson, navigate the tricky recruiting road as the nation's No. 1 prospect. Read more ...

McGraw On McBride, Achonwa

1 day ago

Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw talks about how Kayla McBride and Natalie Achonwa's style of play will translate to the WNBA.

Nneka Ogwumike Proud Of Chiney

23 hours ago

Nneka Ogwumike tells espnW's LaChina Robinson about what it meant to her family that she and her sister become only the second sibling pair to be drafted number one overall.

Howard: It's A Dream Come True

23 hours ago

Natasha Howard tells espnW's LaChina Robinson how being selected in the first round of the WNBA Draft is something she's dreamed of since middle school.