Stanford tops Arizona 54-53 to win women’s NCAA Tournament, giving coach Tara VanDerveer first title since 1992.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Stanford tops Arizona 54-53 to win women's NCAA Tournament, giving coach Tara VanDerveer first title since 1992.
All around the country, states are rushing to approve laws to address a supposed problem that, in reality, doesn’t actually exist.
Has there even been a case where a transgender athlete actually stole a college scholarship or gained an unfair competitive advantage?
POLL ALERT: Texas A&M moves up to No. 2, its highest ranking ever in women’s AP Top 25; UConn remains solid No. 1
NEW YORK (AP) — POLL ALERT: Texas A&M moves up to No. 2, its highest ranking ever in women's AP Top 25; UConn remains solid No. 1.
It was a milestone year for women in sports, starting with Katie Sowers becoming the first woman to coach in the Super Bowl and ending with Becky Hammon serving as an NBA head coach.
In between was a series of breakthroughs for women who just wanted a chance — and got it.
Sarah Fuller became the first woman to score in a major college football game and Kim Ng became the first to be hired as a general manager for a major league team.
PARIS (AP) — Serena Williams has withdrawn from the French Open with an Achilles injury.
International Ice Hockey Federation president tells AP women’s hockey worlds in Canada canceled because of virus
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) — International Ice Hockey Federation president tells AP women's hockey worlds in Canada canceled because of virus.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — For decades, the message to women in track and field was crystal clear: get pregnant, lose sponsorship money.
A rebellion led by some of the sport's top runners, Allyson Felix, Kara Goucher and Alysia Montano, is helping to change that.
GENEVA (AP) — The sports world's highest court ruled Wednesday that Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya and other female runners like her with unusually high testosterone must take medication to reduce their levels of the male sex hormone if they want to compete in certain events — a landmark decision with far-reaching ramifications for other women's sports.
The Canadian Women's Hockey League's abrupt decision to cease operations leaves North America with one pro league, and opens questions regarding the future of the women's sport on both sides of the border.
"Unfortunately, while the on-ice hockey is exceptional, the business model has proven to be economically unsustainable," the CWHL said in a statement on Sunday.