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Women's College BasketballWomen’s college basketball has been a popular sport in the collegiate world since the late 19th century, and the NCAA has provided collegiate varsity opportunity for thousands of talented women players. Women’s college basketball includes Division 1, Division 2, and Division 3 college programs. Each season, conferences feature dozens of regular season games followed by tournaments that draw large crowds and culminate in the NCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball Championship. The NCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball Championship is widely regarded as the premier collegiate basketball event. It was first contested in 1982, and since then, the games are broadcast on national television and draw large crowds. The championship features some of the most talented teams and players from around the country, and past champions include The University of Connecticut, University of Tennessee, Stanford University, University of Notre Dame, Baylor University, and University of Oregon. The NCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball Championship follows a 68-team single-elimination tournament. The tournament begins in March, and the finals are held in April. The tournament is usually televised on ESPN, with some games streamed online. During the tournament, teams play against each other in games that are determined by who has the most points after 40 minutes of play. The top teams from the tournament receive a bid to the NCAA Final Four. The current season began with an impressive recruiting class led by popular players such as Paige Bueckers (UConn), Caitlin Clark (Iowa), Haley Jones (Stanford), and Yasmeen Ratliffe (Mississippi State). Top teams include the defending champions, Stanford, as well as UConn, Baylor, Louisville, Arizona, and Oregon. Over the season teams battle it out with a load of statistics to showcase their superiority. Although no statistics can speak louder than championships, statistical leaders in 2020 featured players such as Dana Evans (Louisville) with 239 assists, Aari McDonald (Arizona) with 543 points, and others. Throughout the years, some of the greatest women’s college basketball players have gone on to become WNBA stars, such as Elena Delle Donne (UConn, Delaware), Candace Parker (Tennessee), Diana Taurasi (UConn), Maya Moore (UConn), and many more. Women’s college basketball is one of the most exciting and competitive sports on the collegiate level. It provides a platform for teams and players to showcase their skills, and compete for the prestigious NCAA Division 1 championship. With outstanding players, teams, and the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, this year’s season promises to bring plenty of excitement.