Tag: women

WNBA Player, Brittney Griner, Detained in Russia for Vape Cartridges

By: Brianna Davila-Viera Famous WNBA, Phoenix Mercury, basketball player, Brittney Griner, has been detained by Russian authorities under drug charges. Griner is being held under these drug charges, and if convicted can carry a maximum of 10 years in prison. The Russian Federal Customs authorities had stated earlier this month that they had arrested the […]

Spartans Sweep Tritons Securing Coach’s 700th Victory

By: Kristen L. Wagner The University of Tampa Spartans competed against the Eckerd College Tritons in a doubleheader Saturday afternoon to complete their weekend series. The Spartans won the first game 2-0, with another win in the second game 3-0. The games took place at the Naimoli Stadium in Tampa, Florida. These winning games mark […]

UT Women’s Volleyball Team on a Roll

By: Emily Ann Pesquera The University of Tampa’s volleyball team has three NCAA National Championships, 18 NCAA Regional Championships, 69 All-Americans, and 26 Sunshine State Conference (SSC). The players on this team are like no others; they are on a mission to win and create memories.  The volleyball team is a member of the SSC […]

Women’s Basketball Favored as First in Preseason Poll

By: Shaela Foster Women’s Basketball Favored as First in Preseason Poll The University of Tampa women’s Basketball team is ranked first in the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Preseason Poll. After going undefeated in the seven games last season and winning the SSC conference title, the Spartans are favored to retake the crown. “It feels good, […]

Accusations of Sexual Harassment in National Women’s Soccer League Causes Players to Demand Change

By: Latifa Waithera Zain  A recent investigation by The Athletic investigated the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), which brought accusations of sexual and verbal harassment by coaches in the league to light.  U.S. national team forward Alex Morgan and her United States Women’s National soccer team (USWNT) teammates have been fighting for equal pay in […]

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