Women's Basketball

Rules group pleased with state of women's basketball

After determining that the current state of women’s collegiate basketball is strong, the NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee looked at possible rules changes that may enhance the game in the future.

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Nevin Caple learned about the pressures and complex nature of finding safe and supportive athletics spaces during her undergraduate years at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

In her words: Jaleesa Rhoden, former NCAA postgraduate intern

In 2013-14, Jaleesa Rhoden worked within the championships and alliances group, primarily for the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. A native of London, Ontario, Rhoden attended the University of Georgia, played basketball and was a member of SAAC.

Women’s basketball makes history during Final Four

It was a record-setting weekend, both on and off the court, at the 2016 Women’s Final Four hosted in Indianapolis, as well as for the entire NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. The University of Connecticut Huskies won a...


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