Fowles Scores 25, Lynx Dominate Liberty 85-71Sylvia Fowles scored 25 points, hitting 10 of 13 shots, to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the New York Liberty 85-71 on Saturday night.
Carlie Wagner Goes From Small-Town Star To Lynx Training CampWe first became aware of Carlie Wagner when she was leading her New Richland Heartland Geneva High School team.
Whalen Hires Former Teammate As Gophers AssistantNew Minnesota women's basketball coach Lindsay Whalen has hired former teammate Kelly Roysland as an assistant.
Lindsay Whalen A Unique Hire For GophersThere's two things unique about Lindsay Whalen being named head coach of the Gophers: One, she doesn't have any experience. And two, she plans to keep playing for the Lynx, while she coaches.
Gophers Name Lindsay Whalen New Head CoachThe University of Minnesota announced Thursday it has named Lindsay Whalen its next women’s basketball coach.
Minnesota Basketball HOF Inductees To Be Honored Monday NightThe first inductees to the Minnesota High School Basketball Hall of Fame will be honored at Monday night’s Minnesota Timberwolves game.
Whalen Retires From USA Basketball, Will Still Play In WNBALindsay Whalen has decided to retire from USA Basketball.
Immerse Yourself In WCCO's MinneCentric ExperienceWith Super Bowl events kicking off, WCCO is also excited to show you our own MinneCentric Experience.
Lynx Fans Give Twitter Reaction To WNBA TitleFans and players alike went to Twitter after the game to express their excitement over the fourth WNBA title for the Minnesota Lynx.
Lynx Top Sparks 80-69, Force Game 5 For WNBA TitleSylvia Fowles scored 22 points and the Minnesota Lynx beat the L.A. Sparks 80-69 on Sunday night to force Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.
Lynx’s Whalen Purchases Tickets For Local Youth To Attend Game 2 Of FinalsThree-hundred lucky kids in Minnesota will get the opportunity to attend the Game 2 of the 2017 WNBA Finals thanks to the Lynx’s Lindsay Whalen.
Augustus, Lynx Bury Mystics In Game 1 Of Semis, 101-81Seimone Augustus scored 24 points as the Minnesota Lynx beat Washington 101-81 in Game 1 of the WNBA semifinals Tuesday night.