This Week in the NCAA: Big changes for women’s basketball

08/14/2015

NCAA Notre Dame UConn Final Four BasketballWomen’s basketball will have a decidedly different look beginning this fall, as the NCAA has adopted a series of rules changes, including splitting games into four 10-minute quarters, rather than two 20-minute halves.

In the latest installment of This Week in the NCAA, we hear from Anucha Browne, the Vice President of Women’s Basketball Championships for the NCAA, who explains the goal of the changes.

Browne also talks about playing the championships of all three levels of women’s basketball in one weekend next spring in Indianapolis.

Kevin Kugler has all the details.

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On “This Week in the NCAA,” Westwood One’s Kevin Kugler highlights unique stories from around the varied and interesting world of college sports.

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