Women's Basketball

Henderson State placed on probation for violations in women’s basketball

download the decision Henderson State University did not monitor its women’s basketball program to assure it was in compliance with NCAA tryout and recruiting rules, according to a decision issued by the Division II Committee on...

2014-15 Women's Basketball Records

For questions or updates to the 2014-15 Women's Basketball Records, please email Jenn Rodgers (jrodgers@ncaa.org) . Division I Division II Division III Collegiate Records Division I Triple-Doubles Pre-NCAA Stats Leaders/AIAW Championships...

SVSU Student-Athletes Taking Part in Mission Trip to Dominican Republic

Via svsucardinals.com

Division I Women’s Basketball Committee seeks cost savings for championship

The Division I Women’s Basketball Committee is exploring ways to reduce championship expenses while continuing to protect the student-athlete experience. The committee recently completed its annual summer meeting, which took place June 23-...

All-Around Athlete Hears Titans’ Call

Abby McCollum had planned to play soccer at Detroit but also stepped in to help with softball, lacrosse and basketball.

A Game and a Plan

Courtney Boyd didn’t want to follow her peers into the life of drugs and despair that consumed her hometown. To move on, she would need a new family, a new home, a new name – and the belief that an education could change her life.

Former Alaska Anchorage Coach Provides Benefits, Acts Unethically

Download the report The former head women’s basketball coach at the University of Alaska, Anchorage provided money to two student-athletes, resulting in a violation of the NCAA’s ethical conduct standards, according to findings by the...

Embracing the silence

Ronda Jo Miller didn’t let being deaf stand in her way. She is one of the top Division III women’s basketball players in history, earned a tryout with a WNBA team and has taught and coached deaf children.

Council recommends transfer policy change

The waiver process for certain Division I undergraduate student-athletes could change to allow for extra time to complete a degree rather than the opportunity to compete immediately after transfer.

Leaders of women’s basketball discuss the future of the game

Key supporters of women’s basketball engaged in frank discussions about the future of the game during the Women’s Final Four Summit, the ideas from which could impact the game at all levels in the months ahead.

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