Women's Basketball

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...

Division I men’s and women’s basketball championships to use advanced timing and replay technologies

NCAA reaches agreement with Precision Timing Systems and DVSport

NCAA requests to move the McCants case to federal court

Today, the NCAA filed a request to move the lawsuit filed by two former student-athletes, Rashanda McCants and Devon Ramsay, to federal court.

Jaime Fornetti: Teamwork, down to a science

Jaime Fornetti, a former basketball player at Albion College, brings a collaborative approach more common in athletics arenas to her science lab, where she researches breast cancer bone metastasis.

DIII committee recommends joint championship event for women’s basketball

A 2016 women’s basketball joint championship involving all three divisions has moved one step closer to becoming a reality.

DI Women’s Basketball Committee provides early look at upcoming championship selections

If the season ended today, UConn, South Carolina, Notre Dame and Tennessee would be the top four seeds for the 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. The potential No. 1 seed line and the top-20 seeds for the upcoming...

Playing for Two

Kaneisha Atwater got pregnant at 18, but her dreams didn’t die when her son was born. What she thought was her mistake is now  her motivation – she plays basketball so she can go to college so she can give him the childhood she never had.

Beth Brooke-Marciniak: Failure is not an option

A pioneer of sorts, in 1977 Brooke-Marciniak was in the first class of women recruits at Purdue University to receive a basketball scholarship. She continues to pave way for women in the workplace today and has been named to Forbes Magazine’s listing of the world’s 100 most powerful women seven times.

DIII football proposal sparks debate, ultimately defeated

A proposal that would have permitted contact during the football’s spring nontraditional segment was narrowly defeated, with 51.8 percent voting against the proposal, after the lengthiest debate of Saturday’s 2015 Division III Business Session.

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