The first official NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship was held in 1982. Louisiana Tech's team won the championship game 76-62 against Cheyney State, becoming the first NCAA Division I women's basketball champions.
Get an NCAA basketball television schedule by visiting the websites for CBS Sports, ESPN or the NCAA. These sites list the upcoming NCAA games on ESPN and CBS. Approximately 351 universities have Division I basketball programs in 32 different conferences.
In January of 1991, Kevin Bradshaw scored 72 points in a college basketball game, setting a record that was still unbeaten into the 21st century. During that record-breaking game, Bradshaw's U.S. International University team was defeated by Loyola Marymount University,...
The basketball court floors from NCAA basketball championship games may be destined for different fates depending on which stage the game takes place during the tournament. Floors from earlier rounds are typically put into storage after the game ends and reused the foll...
The Horizon League and Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis are the host schools for the 2016 NCAA Division 1 women's basketball Final Four at The Banker's Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on April 3 and 5, 2016. Regional games are planned for sites throu...
The first team to win an NCAA men's basketball championship was the University of Oregon. The Ducks earned a 13-point victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes in a game that took place on March 27, 1939.
There are two ways to qualify for the NCAA Division I basketball tournament. Thirty-one teams automatically qualify by winning their conference post-season championship, and the Ivy League sends its regular-season champion. The remaining entrants are selected by an offi...