College Women’s Basketball
NCAA Division I:
- South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley is The Associated Press women's coach of the year for 2020.
- Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu was unanimously voted the women's college basketball AP Player of the Year for the 2019-2020 season.
- On March 23, the 2020 finalists for the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year were announced. Four players were named finalists for the men's and women's awards, find out who made the cut here.
- The Atlanta Tipoff Club has announced the four finalists competing for the 2020 Citizen Naismith Trophy, recognizing the most outstanding women’s college basketball player of the year.
- The Associated Press announced today the All-Americans of the 2020 Division I women's basketball season.
- The 2020 Werner Ladder Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year Award finalists were announced today by the Atlanta Tipoff Club.
- Six days ahead of Selection Monday for the NCAA Division I women's college basketball tournament, we asked basketball expert Michelle Smith to project a bracket for NCAA.com.
- The Ivy League Presidents have decided to cancel the upcoming 2020 Ivy League men’s and women’s basketball tournaments in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
- The NCAA has canceled the 2020 DI women's basketball tournament. Here is a rundown of the conference tournaments that completed games and those that canceled their events.
- On Monday, March 9, A STEP UP, Inc. announced the 2020 class for the A STEP UP Assistant Coaches Hall of Fame. The 2020 class will honor 8 current and former college basketball assistants.
NCAA Division II:
- Hailey Diestelkamp, of Drury University, is the 2020 WBCA Division II Player of the Year and headlines the 2020 WBCA Division II Coaches’ All-America team, announced by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.
- Molly Miller, head coach at Drury, has been named the 2020 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year.
- The NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Committee announced today the field of 64 teams that will compete in the 2020 NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship.
- Watch the Selection Show for the 2020 DII Women's Basketball Championship.
- The DII women's basketball championship selection show is Sunday, March 8. Before the 64-team bracket is announced, you can find the 23 teams that earn an automatic bid here.
- The DII women's basketball season came to an end and two teams remain undefeated. That earned Drury and Ashland the top two spots in the latest DII Power 10 rankings.
- The DII women's basketball championship tournament is quickly approaching and two teams are looking to complete a perfect 2019-20 season. Here's what remains on the schedule for those teams on their quest for the fifth perfect season in history.
- Check out the full schedule for 2020 NCAA winter championship selection shows and releases.
- There was a bit of a shuffle in the latest DII women's basketball top 10 rankings. Let's break down the last Power 10, and regional No. 1 seeds, heading into the final week of the season.
- The battle for the top spot in the latest DII women's basketball rankings is as close as it has been all season between undefeated Drury and Ashland.
NCAA Division III:
- The NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Committee announced today the field of 64 teams for the 2020 championship. Here is the complete list of qualifying teams.
- Watch the Selection Show for the 2020 DIII Women's Basketball Championship.
- Rivalries in college sports often bring out exciting, intense and (sometimes) heartbreaking moments in sports history. Here's a look at 11 you may not know, but definitely should.
- Penny Davis has been named the NCAA’s national coordinator of women’s basketball officiating, bringing with her over 22 years of officiating experience gathered at all levels of the game.
- The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved resetting the shot clock to 20 seconds after an attempted field goal hits the rim and the offensive team rebounds the ball in the front court. The rule is effective for the 2019-20 season.
- DI, II and III men to play in Atlanta in 2020; women to play in Dallas in 2023
- Thomas More defeated Bowdoin 81-67 for its third national title in five years. Relive the national championship here.
- Thomas More beat Bowdoin 81-67, to win the 2019 DIII Women's Basketball Championship and capped off an undefeated season for the Saints.
- Watch the full event replay of the championship game match-up between Bowdoin and Thomas More at the 2019 DIII Women's Basketball Championship.
- Watch the full event replay from the All-Star Game at the 2019 DIII Women's Basketball Championship.