Women's Basketball

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.

1995 NCAA Woman of the Year

NCAA's finest Originally published in The NCAA News , October 30, 1995 Rebecca Lobo, the most outstanding player at the 1995 Women's Final Four, has been selected as the 1995 NCAA Woman of the Year. Lobo received her award October 11 at a...

Council extends family travel expense pilot program

The NCAA will pay for travel expenses for families traveling to the semifinal and final rounds of the men’s and women’s basketball championships for an additional year, the Division I Council decided Wednesday.

Media timeout format approved in women’s basketball

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved the media timeout format for televised games.

NCAA® unveils 2016 Women’s Final Four® logo in Indianapolis

The 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four logo was unveiled tonight by the NCAA and the Indiana Host Committee (IHC) during the Indiana Fever-Washington Mystics WNBA game played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

Advocates for Athletics Equity and NCAA to host Achieving Coaches Excellence Program

AAE and NCAA host a career development opportunity for minority basketball coaches.

Women’s basketball moves to a four-quarter format

NCAA women’s basketball games will be played in four 10-minute quarters next season. The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved moving the game to the new format and away from the 20-minute halves the sport has always used in NCAA...

NCAA names two Jim McKay Scholarship winners

The NCAA has selected Cierra Burdick, a communication studies major from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, who competed in basketball, and Cristian Gonzalez Mendez, a public relations major from Florida State University who competed in tennis, as recipients of the 2015 Jim McKay Scholarship.

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