Women's Basketball

Travel to NCAA championships to be affected by changes in charter industry

Changes in the airline industry – particularly the declining availability of charter flights – will affect NCAA championships travel in 2015 and beyond.

"My art will make me a better physician."

When Megan Stuart tells people about her two majors at South Dakota State University, she receives a common reaction.

Starting slow, finishing big

Discovering her career dream helped Asia Foster make up for lost time. She’s a standout on and off the court at Brooklyn College.

From There to Here: China Jude

China Jude’s résumé has not always pointed toward a high-level career in college athletics administration.

2015 Today’s Top 10: Lauren Battista

Battista, a member of the 2014 Division II national champion Bentley women’s basketball team, graduated summa cum laude and helped bring a Team IMPACT child to campus.

NCAA to pay for family travel under pilot program

The NCAA will help cover expenses for players’ families to travel to the Men’s and Women’s Final Fours this spring, under a new pilot program announced today. A waiver granted today by the NCAA also allows the College Football Playoff to...

Basketball strength and conditioning

Yearly programming and training for the long-term athletic development of basketball players requires careful planning and consideration. It’s safe to say that the common goals and desires of every coach is to reduce and prevent injury as much as possible within their control, improve performance on the court and build physically and mentally strong players that have great team chemistry, confidence, leadership skills and genuine care and love for each other.

Caitie Goddard: Around the ball and around the world

Caitie Goddard came to the University of Detroit Mercy to compete in women's basketball, earn a degree and then launch her career in the business world.  Little did she know her career would end up going in a totally different direction around the globe.

Wheaton College Earns November Special Olympics Spotlight Award

Wheaton College earned the Division III Special Olympics Spotlight award for November 2014 after pledging to “Spread the Word to End the Word”, a national campaign to end the derogatory use of the "R" word.

Silver Anniversary Award winner: Tamyra Rogers

Former University of Oklahoma women’s basketball player Tamyra Rogers tries to save lives. First, though, she helped save a team.

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