⛳ <s> Road </s> Woad to the ’ship
Florida State’s Lottie Woad leads a crowded field in today’s NCAA women’s golf selection show
Women’s golf is having a moment, and the NCAA is adding to the momentum with today’s 2 p.m. ET national championship selection show on the Golf Channel.
April 24, 2024
🤸 The eye of the Tigers
LSU’s women and Stanford’s men win NCAA gymnastics championships
The NCAA winter sports season officially wrapped when the LSU Tiger women and Stanford Cardinal men won their respective gymnastics championships on Saturday.
April 22, 2024
🏛️ Department of Education updates Title IX’s due process provision
The Department of Education’s Title IX updates allow student-athletes accused of sexual misconduct to compete during investigations
The U.S. Department of Education released updates to Title IX regulations that allow student-athletes accused of sexual misconduct to avoid suspension until university investigations conclude.
April 22, 2024
🏛️ Change is the only constant
The NCAA removed restrictions on the transfer portal and school-assisted NIL deals this week
The NCAA’s Division I Council made major moves to reduce restrictions on name, image, and likeness (NIL) deals and the transfer portal this week, changes the org’s implementing to try and keep up with the ever-changing college sports world.
April 19, 2024
🤸 Let’s flipping go
The NCAA women’s and men’s gymnastics seasons culminate in Saturday’s national championships
A massive upset rocked last night’s women’s gymnastics national semifinals, leaving the field wide open for tomorrow’s championship meet.
April 19, 2024
🏀 GOAT vs. Rook
The party’s just starting for the 2024 WNBA Draftees as the season tip-off approaches
April 17, 2024
With league enthusiasm (and lewks) at an all-time high, what comes next for the W’s newbies?
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Ep #360

PWHL playoff push & Nelly Korda’s dominance

April 23, 2024
PWHL playoff push & Nelly Korda’s dominance

Hey there!

Today’s episode of The GIST of It is for the girls with a two-parter full of women’s sport updates. First up, Steph Rotz and guest co-host Lauren Tuiskula discuss yet another historic PWHL weekend along with everything you need to know heading into the final push to the playoffs.

Then in part two, Steph and Lauren highlight world No. 1 golfer Nelly Korda and her recent dominance after the American notched her LPGA record-tying fifth consecutive tour victory over the weekend. Tee-rific.

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🏀 Live from New York, it’s Monday night!
Tonight’s 2024 WNBA Draft welcomes the NCAA’s best women’s basketball players to the pros
Roll out the Orange Carpet, because the NCAA’s best women’s basketball players turn pro tonight at the 2024 WNBA Draft
April 14, 2024
🥎⚾ Heat check
With the postseason looming, baseball and softball diamonds are heating up
With less than a month before softball and baseball conference tournaments take the field, here’s who’s dominating diamonds…and who’s been crushed by the pressure.
April 12, 2024
🏒 No, the other Will Smith
No. 3–seed Denver and No. 1 Boston College will face off in tomorrow’s NCAA men’s hockey national championship
The puck drops on the NCAA Championship game tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
April 12, 2024
🏒 Iced out
The NCAA men’s Frozen Four begins tomorrow with two offense-heavy matchups
The NCAA men’s Frozen Four will face off tomorrow on ESPN2, with two tickets to Saturday’s national championship up for grabs.
April 10, 2024
🏀 Royal blue
UConn makes its case for blue blood status with second consecutive NCAA men’s basketball championship
After Monday’s 75–60 dub over fellow No. 1–seed Purdue, Naismith Coach of the Year Dan Hurley’s UConn Huskies became the first back-to-back national champions in 17 years, reigniting an internet debate: Are the Huskies now officially a blue blood?
April 10, 2024
😡 NAIA bans trans athletes in women’s sports
The NAIA bans trans athletes from competing in women’s sports
The NAIA unanimously voted to ban transgender athletes from nearly all women’s sports competitions beginning this August, limiting their participation to practices under the guise of protecting “competitive fairness.”
April 10, 2024