Indiana's Tamika Catchings and LA's Candice Wiggins recently joined the US State Department Sports Envoy in the United Arab Emirates and Chile, respectively. Read More
With the Women's NCAA season having tipped off, it's time to take a look back at when some of our WNBA stars competed -- and even crossed paths -- while playing for their respective colleges. View Gallery
On Sunday, Lauren Hill, a college freshman with terminal brain cancer, scored four points in her first game. WNBA players contributed to the outpouring of support. Photo Gallery
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Ever wonder where your favorite WNBA players go in the offseason? The answer for many of them is that they play more hoops overseas.
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