Nalyssa Smith, Evelyn Adebayo, Haley Jones, Janelle Bailey and Rhyne Howard are a few women’s basketball players who could breakout and become stars in the 2019-20 season.
The NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee approved an experimental rule to use the international three-point line for postseason events, excluding the three NCAA championships.
The NCAA has announced its strategic plan for women’s basketball, a game plan to guide decision-making in the sport across all three NCAA divisions through 2024.
Iowa is going to retire women’s basketball star Megan Gustafson’s No. 10. She is only the second Iowa women’s basketball player to have her jersey retired.
After 51 years as a women’s basketball official and most recently as NCAA national coordinator of officiating, June Courteau announced that she is retiring effective May 31.
The Big Ten hasn't won a women's basketball championship since 1999. Who has a chance to win it all in 2020?
A team from the Big Ten has not won the NCAA women’s basketball championship since 1999, when a Purdue team led by Ukari Figgs won the whole the thing. Could
DI, II and III men to play in Atlanta in 2020; women to play in Dallas in 2023
Check out the infographic below for some of the highlights and numbers from the 2019 Women’s Final Four:
Notre Dame must replace five starters who combined to score 10,230 points during their careers and were among the first 19 players selected in the WNBA draft last week.
While Jackie Young’s professional basketball career is just beginning, her decorated college career has concluded. Let’s look back on all Young accomplished while playing for Muffet McGraw’s Fighting Irish.