Sean Hurd is a writer for Andscape who primarily covers women’s basketball. His athletic peak came at the age of 10 when he was named camper of the week at a Josh Childress basketball camp.
Agugua-Hamilton played for Legette-Jack at Hofstra. Now, the two Black women are leading Power 5 conference teams.
Brooks has the Hokies on the rise while increasing his advocacy for aspiring Black coaches
Los Angeles is the last team to win back-to-back WNBA titles, illustrating the difficulty of repeating as champions the last two decades
Former Radford, Temple and Wake Forest coach was one of the few Black women leading college basketball programs in the 1990s and 2000s
One of 12 siblings, Harrison has overcome injury, the loss of a sister and an autoimmune disorder to become one of the league’s most intriguing figures
Wade has completed a decadelong trek from intern to coach and general manager of the defending champion Chicago Sky
The Indiana guard pursues her off-court goals the way she’s navigated her pro career
The 30 for 30 on the 1996 U.S. Olympic team is an opportunity to provide perspective on the Basketball Hall of Famer
In a sport traditionally dominated by white head coaches, Staley, a Black woman, has been able to disrupt the status quo in a way no other coach has for years
Basketball Hall of Famer is still the only coach to lead an HBCU to a national championship game – the 1982 title appearance against Louisiana Tech