Women's Basketball

In March, you never know what might come between the teams and the tournament

Each spring is a new adventure for the NCAA travel staff, who are charged with moving not only 20,000 Division I men’s and women’s basketball players, coaches, staff, band members and cheerleaders throughout the country, but also competitors and coaches for the other NCAA spring championships.

Young Harris boosters provide extra benefit to student-athlete

Two Young Harris College boosters made an impermissible $3,737 tuition payment for a student-athlete

Why I love Basketball

In this moment between reforming college basketball and figuring out what it needs next, we turned to decorated coaches, top leaders and iconic figures to ask what the game means to them.

4 cities chosen as future NCAA Women’s Final Four hosts

San Antonio, Minneapolis, Dallas and Cleveland have been tabbed as future host cities for the NCAA Women’s Final Four from 2021 through 2024.

DIII committee proposes more joint basketball championships

Division III men’s and women’s basketball may soon hold joint championships again with Divisions I and II.

Division I Men’s Basketball Committee adopts new ranking system

The NCAA has developed a ranking system that will replace the RPI as the primary sorting tool used to evaluate teams.

Gallaudet star soared on both the basketball and volleyball courts

With the era of specialization underway, making participation in multiple college sports a challenge, Ronda Jo Miller didn’t just play two sports. She excelled in them.

Regional sites named for 2021 and 2022 DI Women’s Basketball Championship

The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee has awarded regional-round hosting duties for the 2021 and 2022 championships to seven cities, with Spokane, Washington, hosting in both years.

Women’s basketball adds padding rule

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a rule in women’s basketball permitting padding to cover elbow, hand, finger, wrist or forearm guards, casts, or braces made of fiberglass, plaster, metal or another nonpliable substance. The items must be covered on all exterior sides and edges with a slow-rebounding foam of not less than a half-inch thickness.

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