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Several IOU Sports girls along with over 100 Chicago area girls, participated in the Sky Cares Foundation’s “Learn to Soar” program, one of three workshops for girls 10-16 that...
Saturday, Dec 24 2005, 8:22 pm   By Jesse Wolfersberger: CNJ staff writer Gone are the days of two-handed set shots and 24-19 games. Now is the time of crossovers, gym rats, and the Final Four...
Published January 23, 2006 : Page 10 Reprinted Courtesy of SportsBusinessJournal It’s one of the biggest media buyers in the world, but Procter & Gamble has never been big on sponsorship...
CHICAGO, February 8 - NBA Commissioner David Stern announced today that the city of Chicago has been awarded a WNBA team for the 2006 season. The new team will be primarily owned and operated by...
Naperville, IL - The Chicago Blaze today announced that they would not participate in the 2006 NWBL season. "We have made this decision with mixed emotions," said Blaze President Joseph...
Chicago—The Chicago Sky has chosen 13 players in the WNBA Expansion Draft. The well-rounded group includes veterans, younger players, and European stars. Stacey Dales-Schuman, a former All-Star...
Washington Post Saturday, December 10, 2005; Page E02 The Washington Mystics announced yesterday that Pat Summitt will not return as the team's player personnel consultant. Summitt, the...
  Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) - by Jeff Meisner Staff Writer Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird got on a plane last week bound for Russia to play for the Moscow Dynamo. In just four months...
- Consistent Tuesday Night WNBA Coverage on ESPN2 Features 14 Games - - ABC to Televise Six Regular-Season Games and Expanded Playoff Slate - NEW YORK, Dec. 21, 2005 - The WNBA's 10th...
By MARK BERGIN SPECIAL TO THE POST-INTELLIGENCER When Storm coach Anne Donovan learned of her chance to coach the senior national team for the next three years, including a potential visit to the...