NCAA women's basketball

Avery LaBarbera. (Photo credit: Mark Seliger)

Patriot League notebook: Holy Cross upsets the defending champs

By Todd Goclowski / January 12, 2022

Can Holy Cross guard Avery LaBarbera be the Player of the Year?

Ashlee Austin protects the ball with both hands as she goes up for a layup in front of two defenders.

Daily Briefing — Dec. 17, 2021: How ’bout them Dawgs?

By Em Adler / December 17, 2021

DePaul romps again

Rickea Jackson floats in mid-air, in a layup version of the "air Jordan" pose.

Daily Briefing — Dec. 2, 2021: Hoosiers face Wolfpack

By Em Adler / December 2, 2021

A night of shocking results

Paige Bueckers becomes first NCAA student-athlete to sign NIL deal with Gatorade

By Gabriela Carroll / November 29, 2021

‘I know this is just the beginning of our partnership and can’t wait to get to work with Gatorade to drive impact in the community and on the women’s game’

Daily Briefing — Nov. 25, 2021: Cornell beats the buzzer, Je’Naiya Davis has 35

By Em Adler / November 25, 2021

Two top-ten showdowns ahead

NCAA announces expansion of the Division I Women’s Championship to 68 teams, changes selection show date

By Gabriela Carroll / November 18, 2021

The four teams seeded 65 through 68 and the last four at-large teams will play in a series of “First Four” matchups

Daily Briefing — Nov. 14, 2021

By Em Adler / November 14, 2021

It’s a day with a slate designed to drive you insane trying to watch it all.

Daily Briefing — Nov. 13, 2021

By Em Adler / November 13, 2021

It’s a light slate today, but there’s plenty of action to recap from yesterday, including three top-five teams in action and some upsets

Haley Cavinder. (photo via Fresno State Athletics)

Daily briefing — Nov. 12, 2021

By Em Adler / November 12, 2021

Your guide to the evening ahead in women’s basketball

ACC

Everything you need to know about 2021-22 ACC women’s basketball

By Mitchell Northam / November 7, 2021

Familiar faces return for the league contenders like N.C. State and Virginia Tech, while UNC, Duke and Louisville mix in new faces