Mens College Basketball is astronomically more popular than the womens. Not even women watch the womens version. An example of how much more popular it is. The Ncaa Final Four are officially called the Men's tournament and women's tournament. However the men's version is referred to as "Te Tournament" and the women's as, "The Woman's Tournament."
not really a womens ball is smaller than a mens basketball and a womens basketball is lighter
womens college basketball. uconn
there are 460 womens college basketball teams
womens college basketball
The first women's basketball team began at Smith College in 1892. The team was led by Senda Berenson who was an instructor at the college.
No, all college basketball games take 2 hours, men's or women's.
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for mens bball it is Kentucky no ucla for womens college bball-Tennessse
The first women's basketball game was played in 1892 at Smith College. It wasn't quite organized, however, as they were playing against YMCA teams.
The current UConn womens team.
The most popular womens sports are in order:SoccerTennisBasketballSoftballVolleyball
The first women's college basketball game was played in 1892, between the University of California and Miss Head's School. Mount Holyoke and Sophie Newcomb College began playing women's basketball in 1893.
Womens basketball has the same positions and rules as mens basketball. Guard, forward, center etc..
As in is womens basketball played in front of an audience. If so, yes it is.
Tennessee was the 2007 Womens College Champions, defeating Rutgers 59-46 and finished the season at 34-3.
The first women's basketball team was located at Smith College, an all women's school in 1892. After this point, basketball gained popularity at other schools.
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40 minutes 2 20 minuted half's