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Friday, 30 April 2010 Thank You and Good Night David Siegel
Thursday, 23 July 2009 All-Star Break Awards Matt Holsapple
Wednesday, 27 August 2008 Confession: I Donít Care About Team USA Basketball Matt Holsapple
Thursday, 17 July 2008 Standing Tall Guest Commentator
Sunday, 09 September 2007 Farewell Guest Commentator
Saturday, 28 July 2007 Thank God For Women's Sports Guest Commentator
Thursday, 05 July 2007 The Best Player in NCAA Division I You Never Heard of Guest Commentator
Thursday, 26 April 2007 Women's Sports and Media - The Challenges Ahead Guest Commentator
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  • Kym Hampton  ( 6 items )

    Kym Hampton is a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in Theater.  She played professional basketball for fifteen years in a career that covered the WNBA along with leagues in Spain, Italy, France and Japan.   Kym was drafted by the NY Liberty in the first round of the first ever WNBA draft in 1997.  As a power forward her skills set records for rebounding.  She currently is a consultant for several college teams to develop players in the power forward position, the high and the low post.

    Kym can be reached at  

  • Monica Junious  ( 4 items )

    Monica Junious is a graduate of the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences at Duke University, where she earned a Bachelors of Arts degree. Despite being a fan of the game since the early 1990s, she began following women’s basketball more closely towards the end of the decade. Having grown up as an ACC fan living in SEC country, Monica learned to appreciate the differences between the leagues and keeps close tabs with both leagues annually. She sites the 1999 Duke upset victory over Tennessee as the most influential event in her fandom of ACC Women’s basketball. Combining her love of basketball with her love of writing, Monica covers a variety of basketball-related subjects through article writing and blogging. Other interests include watching college sports (especially football), exercising, and cooking.  Currently, Monica works as a researcher/tutor in Eastern Alabama—though she aspires to join the Air Force in the near future.

  • Publisher  ( 15 items )

    From time to time the Publisher has things to share with the Off-Court community.


  • Previews and Reviews  ( 25 items )
    The home of all Off-Court previews, reviews, and awards.
  • David Siegel  ( 45 items )

    Women's basketball fans come in all shapes and sizes.

    To look at David you'd be surprised to see this large man with the white goatee is a women's basketball fan; maybe an NFL or NBA fan, but women's hoops?  But David is a big supporter of the women's game, having been a contributor to the formation of this website and other message boards, a WNBA and women's college hoops season ticket holder, but more importantly as a grass roots administrator.

    David has been a coordinator on the town and local level for girls basketball in the elementary school and middle school level in Connecticut for several years.  He has also served as head and associate coach, and organized and run summer leagues for middle school girls.

    He brings the unique perspective of a father, administrator and fan to his writings for Off-Court. 



  • Melissa Sterry  ( 32 items )

    Melissa is a Desert Storm veteran. She has served in the regular Army and in the National Guard. She spent seven years as a Disaster Services specialist in the American Red Cross where she responded to over a dozen disasters across the nation including working with the Kosovo Refugees and the attacks on the World Trade Center. Melissa is an international expert on depleted uranium and uranium based weapon systems. She works with non profit organizations and activist groups to pass legislation concerning these systems. Melissa currently is a Senior Advisor to the Roosevelt Institution and work with the Yale chapter. As a pre Title IX baby, she has been a fan of the WNBA since its birth, and a Sun fan since they arrived in Connecticut. Melissa played volleyball, basketball and softball in high school and volleyball and basketball at the NCAA Div II level.

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