Here’s what you missed this week.
The inaugural generation of DI Wildcat women react to the 50th anniversary of the bill that changed their lives.
From sports media to the front office, here are some Wildcat women you should know.
The recent success had a strong foundation.
From a small school to the pros, these two are representing the Wildcats well.
A legacy beyond sport: Northwestern female Hall-of-Famers reflect on careers, growth of women’s sports
Four Wildcat greats share their thoughts on Title IX, their careers, relationships and more.
Thirty-seven words allowed women to finally pursue athletic and academic opportunities at the next level, expanding gender equity nationwide for generations to come.
The news sets NU up for another potentially historic season.
The countdown to fall begins now.
Northwestern softball raked in 2022. Need we say more?
How the Wildcats are using their sport’s growing platform to call attention to social causes.
The Wildcats are putting the nation on notice, paving the way for long-term success.
There were too many to choose from.
Despite the end result, the Lakeshow defied preseason expectations and once again proved it belongs among the best.
Even amid tears, the Wildcats recounted an eventful season fondly.
The ‘Cats closed out their best season since 2006 in Oklahoma City after a hard-fought NCAA Tournament run.
Backs against the wall, ‘Cats take on the Bruins.
The ‘Cats were no match for the reigning National Champs.
Women’s College World Series primer: Everything you need to know before Northwestern battles Oklahoma
Get ready for a weekend (and potentially more) of unforgettable softball.
The ‘Cats couldn’t pull off a shocker in a star-studded field.
Despite missing the Big Ten Tournament for the fourth straight season, the Wildcats have a bright future.
The battle that sent NU to its first Women’s College World Series in 15 years was not won on a single night.
It’ll be either misery or euphoria tonight.
A series this good just had to go three games.
We’ll take the under on 11 innings played tonight.
For Northwestern’s four graduate stars, five years of impact are greater than a single afternoon of defeat
Lauren Gilbert, Jill Girardi, Brennan Dwyer and Ally Palermo left it all on the field.
Enduring a trial by fire and 100-degree heat, Northwestern earned its most impressive victory at the perfect time.
Rapid Reaction: Northwestern takes Game One of Super Regional series against Arizona State in an 11-inning battle
Where there’s a Williams, there’s a way.
Rapid Reaction: No. 4 Northwestern falls to No. 1 UNC in heartbreaking fashion, ending NCAA Tournament run
This loss will leave much more than a bruise.
Time for a dust-up in the desert.
The TEMPErature is rising.