NCAAW

Which Schimmel sister shines supreme?

By Jenn Hatfield / October 1, 2021

Shoni and Jude, make way for Milan

NCAA will use “March Madness” for the women’s tournament

By Tee Baker / September 29, 2021

Zero-based budgeting method is attempt to make tournaments more equitable

George Mason women's basketball huddle after the open practice

Inside George Mason’s first open practice

By Natalie Heavren / September 23, 2021

Under new leadership, program will ‘Believe Big’ this season

Georgia Tech

What NCAA penalties from the MaChelle Joseph-era mean for Georgia Tech

By Mitchell Northam / September 21, 2021

Former coach MaChelle Joseph was given a one-year show-cause order

Missy Heidrick. (Screenshot)

SUBSCRIBER-ONLY VIDEO: Behind the story, Missy Heidrick shares exclusive NIL reporting

By Missy Heidrick / September 18, 2021

The impact we will see with high school student-athletes

Name, image and likeness (NIL) for women’s basketball, explained

By Missy Heidrick / September 17, 2021

After decades of being told no, getting to yes

BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston are slated to join the Big 12.

What BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston change about Big 12 women’s basketball

By Spencer Nusbaum / September 14, 2021

Conference to move back to 12 teams — UCF and BYU are hungry to make a quick difference

Subscriber-only Video: The New Big 12 Conference

By Missy Heidrick / September 14, 2021

What national basketball insider Missy Heidrick is hearing

Duke women's basketball

Former Syracuse commit Shayeann Day-Wilson bolsters Duke’s depth

By Mitchell Northam / September 2, 2021

Day-Wilson is the fifth Syracuse player to leave since Quentin Hillsman resigned

Fordham women’s basketball’s tragic year has made the team closer than ever

By Natalie Heavren / August 28, 2021

Leaning on each other has helped the Fordham women’s basketball team not only get through the solitude of the COVID-19 pandemic, but also cope with physical losses.