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Modern memorable moments that have catapulted the women’s game

In recent years, the game has sparked new interest simply by providing historic accomplishments and a little mainstream fun.

Pep bands’ greatest hits from the soundtrack of college basketball

Without the accompaniment of a pep band to give the cacophony a cadence, the experience wouldn’t be complete.

Kelley Gay: Strength through adaptability

Learning through feedback and reflection is central to Kelley Gay’s rise up the corporate ladder at OneAmerica.

One to watch: Breanna Stewart

Few women’s basketball players can match the success Breanna Stewart has already found as a 21-year-old seeking her first gold medal.

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...

From There to Here: Warde Manuel

Warde Manuel can use his life story as an example for the college athletes at the University of Connecticut to follow when it comes to being prepared for life after the playing days end.

UConn women’s exhibition basketball game to be played with experimental rules

Several experimental rules will get a test when the University of Connecticut and Vanguard University women’s basketball teams meet next month.

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Thursday approved the use of the experimental rules for the Nov. 8 exhibition game between UConn and Vanguard. The request was made in an attempt to see how the rules might provide the committee with information to consider in the future as it continues to identify ways to enhance women’s basketball. Several of the rules have been discussed by the rules committee in recent years.

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Women’s Basketball Rules Committee supports experimental proposal request

The Women’s Basketball Rules Committee supported a request from the University of Connecticut to use several international rules in their exhibition game against Vanguard University on Nov. 8.

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...

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...

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