by Lindsay Gibbs May 17, 2016
The offseason is supposed to be a time for improvement. In the WNBA, it's a time to cash in.
by Lindsay Gibbs May 5, 2016
In 1973, 90 percent of NCAA women's sports teams had female coaches. Today, that number is 43 percent.
by Lindsay Gibbs Apr 5, 2016
Throughout sports history, greatness has always been revered, even deified -- at least when men are the athletes in question.
by Lindsay Gibbs Mar 21, 2016
"You know, the hormones and different stuff, we don't need to go into details."
by Lindsay Gibbs Mar 20, 2016
"If I was a lady player, I'd go down every night on my knees and thank God that Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal were born," Raymond Moore said.
by Lindsay Gibbs Feb 4, 2016
This is getting ugly.
by Lindsay Gibbs Jan 21, 2016
This hiring continues a positive, albeit long overdue, trend for women in football.
by Lindsay Gibbs Nov 2, 2015
“The dominance from Serena has been amazing for the sport, the only caveat is that she’s getting older and there will be a vacuum.”
by Lindsay Gibbs Oct 15, 2015
“They filled the gap, not just for people who like basketball and want to support women’s sports, but for people who think winning is nice."
by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 13, 2015
Riding a wave of popularity from the Women's World Cup, the NWSL sits on the precipice of groundbreaking territory for a women’s pro soccer league in the United States.