Questions about NCAA Women’s Basketball? Just #AskAnucha

Women’s college basketball is currently going through a lot of changes. The Division I Women’s Basketball Championship is transitioning to non-predetermined sites hosted by the Top-16 seeds. Dates have shifted so that first- and second-round games are now played Friday/Sunday and Saturday/Monday. The Division I Women’s Basketball Committee just released the Top 20 teams in the country as well as the current #1 seed line, which has everyone talking. Division II is traveling to Sioux Falls, SD for the first time in women’s Elite Eight history and the Division III national championship is just over one month away in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Taking a look ahead to 2016, the NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship in Indianapolis will be a joint championship for all three divisions for the ultimate celebration of women’s basketball.

It is only natural that these changes and storylines come with questions. Who better to answer these questions than NCAA Vice President of Women’s Basketball, Anucha Browne? Anucha will be bringing her first-hand knowledge of NCAA happenings and combining it with her extensive campus experience to provide honest and fun responses.

Anucha will be available to answer questions about women’s basketball via Twitter so fans, coaches and administrators can ask questions about women’s basketball using #AskAnucha. The premiere installment of #AskAnucha will occur during the upcoming women’s basketball WEBINAR tomorrow, February 17, from 1 – 2 p.m. EST. Anucha will answer questions in the opening portion of the session so submit yours today. Other questions received this week will be answered via Twitter on Thursday, February 19 from 11 – 11:30 a.m. EST, with #AskAnucha sessions happening every other Thursday (March 5, March 19, April 2, etc.).

So, now is your chance! Ask questions, debate Top 20 teams, get marketing advice and discuss the game of women’s basketball with someone who has dedicated her life to this game. Tweet your questions to #AskAnucha to get in the  conversation.  For additional information, contact me, Erin Varley at evarley@ncaa.org.

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