It's Different for Girls

Media Coverage for Women's Sport

Inequality still exists in women’s sports on pro, collegiate levels

APTOPIX_NCAA_Championship_Final_Four_Louisville_UConn_basketball_098f1Nicholas Hall reports on the women’s NCAA’s championship game:

“Not as many people tuned in to Tuesday night’s game, though. Sometimes people forget there are two tournaments going on.

Tuesday night was the women’s championship game in New Orleans between Connecticut and Louisville. It, too, had engaging storylines.

The Cardinals were the first No. 5 seed to ever make it to the women’s championship game, and they earned the right after they pulled off a colossal upset over Baylor in the regional semifinals. I’m sure you know about Baylor, whose star player Brittney Griner can dunk with the best of them. Mark Cuban already infamously inserted himself into the mix by saying he would consider drafting Griner for the NBA.”

Read the full article from Hall’s “Behind the Line” column here.

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