Women's Basketball

A Shooting Sensation

Jeannie Demers’ records on the hardwood stand nearly 30 years later.

2017 Theodore Roosevelt Award: Beth Brooke-Marciniak

Making a difference, particularly through inclusive leadership, is what drives Beth Brooke-Marciniak.

Tennessee’s Joan Cronan to receive Pat Summitt Award

Joan Cronan has been named the first recipient of the newly established NCAA President’s Pat Summitt Award. GETTY IMAGES Joan Cronan, former women’s athletics director at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has been named the first...

Emmert announces staff changes

NCAA President Mark Emmert today announced a championships reorganization at the senior staff level, beginning Jan. 1. The changes address a need to have a single person focused on basketball issues, strategies and long-term planning.

2017 Women's Final Four Records

For questions or updates to the 2017 Women's Final Four Records, please email Rick Nixon ( rnixon@ncaa.org ). Full Book By Section Women's Final Four The Preliminary Rounds The Tournament The Coaches Pre-NCAA Statistical Leaders and AIAW...

2017 Silver Anniversary Award: Susan Robinson Fruchtl

Susan Robinson Fruchtl, in her first year as athletics director at Saint Francis University (Pennsylvania), is now coaching her coaches and enjoying their successes with them.

Kelley Gay: Strength through adaptability

Learning through feedback and reflection is central to Kelley Gay’s rise up the corporate ladder at OneAmerica.

Division II unveils basketball showcase schedule for 2016-17 season

NCAA Division II today announced a slate of 27 regular-season men’s and women’s basketball games that will be carried on either the American Sports Network or ESPN3. Any games streaming live on ESPN3 also will be accessible on WatchESPN and the ESPN app.

Christina Drake: Lighting the way

A trailblazer for her family and at her college, Christina Drake continues to break boundaries at her organization today.

Thomas More failed to monitor its women’s basketball program

Thomas More College failed to monitor its women’s basketball program when it did not identify and report a women’s basketball student-athlete living impermissibly with a former assistant women’s basketball coach

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