Women's Basketball

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.

Rules committee recommends moving women’s basketball games to four-quarter format

NCAA women’s basketball games could be played in four 10-minute quarters next season. The NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee recommended the proposal following its meeting May 12-15 in Indianapolis.

Women’s championship a success across multiple platforms

The 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship and Women’s Final Four hosted in Tampa Bay resulted in successes across multiple platforms. The Women’s Final Four attendance totaled 39,540, marking the highest attendance for the...

Right Place, Right Time

Bob King didn’t want his career in collegiate athletics administration to be nomadic. Finding the right fit was a priority, and he has more than accomplished this goal as he is in the process of completing his 22nd year as the director of athletics at Trinity University in San Antonio.

Playing to Remember

Two hours before sunset on June 3, Texas A&M University-Commerce basketball player La’Tisha Hearne pointed her black Nissan Maxima south, crossed four lanes and a wide median and was just a few feet from ensuring that no one in the car would ever remember that intersection. Then a green semi barreled into the right rear door.

Saying goodbye to Lauren

On Friday, after Lauren Hill lost her battle with an inoperable form of pediatric brain cancer, hundreds of Mount St. Joseph students, friends, faculty members, coaches and administrators gathered in her honor.

Perfect 10

The Huskies squad that defeated Notre Dame 63-53 in the national championship game on April 7 in Tampa, Florida wasn’t the same team that gathered on Connecticut’s campus six months before.

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