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No, there is no 10 second rule in women's NCAA Basketball. However, there is a 30-second shot clock. A team in possession of the ball can spend the entire 30 seconds in the back court and never bring the ball over the half court line.

As a practical matter, teams are trying to score, and they move the ball up the court quickly. The lack of a 10 second rule does not have a significant impact on the game, in my opinion.

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