Women's Basketball

Mapping the Madness

When teams and their travel parties trek hundreds of thousands of miles on their Road to the Final Four, their every move is charted by travel experts in Waterloo, Iowa, who get the job done using customized software, a color-coded dry-erase board and, always, a large dose of patience.

California (Pennsylvania) honors teammate with win

Members of the California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team spent much of their season mourning the loss of teammate Shanice Clark, who died in her sleep in January due to complications from sickle cell trait.

Thomas More is perfect, finally

Thomas More College was determined not to let history repeat itself. Last year, the Saints were 31-0 heading into the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Then star player Sydney Moss tore her ACL. Then the Saints lost by 16 and were sent home. This season, Moss returned to the court on a surgically-repaired knee, hoping to guide her teammates to the perfect season her injury had cost them. She did.

2015 NCAA Women's Basketball Championship Tournament Records and Statistics

Division I NCAA.com Championship Recap Championship Tournament Statistics 2016 Final Four Records (through 2015) Division II NCAA.com Championship Recap Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and...

Making the madness happen

Inside a squat brown brick building in a suburban neighborhood in the middle of America, 17 travel consultants – most of them wearing telephone headsets, peering into multiple computer screens and tapping on keyboards – worked into the early hours of Monday morning booking dozens of plane flights that will move teams into position for the first stops of competition in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

A method to the madness

NCAA vice presidents Dan Gavitt, Joni Comstock and Anucha Browne reflect on their experiences overseeing championship events

NCAA Reminds Fans to Purchase NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship Tickets From Authorized Sources

The NCAA reminds fans who plan to attend the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship games to purchase tickets from authorized sources to reduce chances of fraudulent activities.

Men's and Women's Basketball Championships

Men's Division I Division II Division III Women's Division I Division II Division III

Syracuse did not control athletics; basketball coach failed to monitor

Over the course of a decade, Syracuse University did not control and monitor its athletics programs, and its head men’s basketball coach failed to monitor his program

Women's Basketball

When we survey NCAA student-athletes about their expectations of moving on to professional athletics careers, the results indicate surprising confidence in that possibility. The reality is that very few go pro. Estimated probability of...

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