Women's Basketball

2015-16 Women's Basketball records

For questions or updates to the 2015-16 Women’s Basketball Records, please email Phil Pierce ( ppierce@ncaa.org ). Division I Division II Division III Collegiate records Division I triple-doubles Pre-NCAA stats leaders/AIAW Championships...

Read to the Final Four Assembly Tips Off 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four Community and Youth Initiatives

More than 900 third graders pledged to each read at least 30 books in advance of the 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Indianapolis as part of the NCAA Team Works community initiative. The third graders took the pledge at an assembly at the...

Changes announced for DI Women’s Basketball Championship

Update : After this story was published, the NCAA women’s basketball staff received feedback from regional hosts of the 2016 Division I Women’s Basketball Championship noting that due to other commitments they will not be able to make...

Understanding and Marketing the Rule Changes

With every change comes opportunity, so we are looking forward to all the fun that’s ahead for Women’s Basketball with the rule changes that go into effect this season.

Creating Your Women’s Basketball Plan

As we continue to talk about telling our stories, today’s webinar provided a “plot” that we can all contribute to … the 35th Anniversary of the Women’s Basketball Championship for all three divisions.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Taylor Skala

The two-sport college athlete reflects on the lessons she learned through four arduous years on the basketball court, the soccer field and in the biology lab.

WBB Sponsorship Webinar June 10 And WBB Focus Group at NACMA Convention June 16

The offseason is one of my favorite times of the year because I can comb through research to then work on my strategy for the upcoming season.

2008 NCAA Woman of the Year

Tennessee’s Anosike selected as NCAA Woman of the Year The NCAA News, October 20, 2008 Nkolika “Nicky” Anosike, a self-described role player for the two-time defending NCAA champion Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team, was named the 2008...

Dr. Tamyra Rogers: Former Oklahoma women’s basketball standout takes on obesity epidemic

Former University of Oklahoma basketball star Dr. Tamyra Rogers once fought to keep the school’s basketball program alive. She succeeded and the challenge would prepare her for what came next. Since graduating in 1990, she has engaged in a more daunting battle – combating America’s obesity epidemic.

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