The questions that will shape the women's season (and NCAA champ)
The questions that will shape the women's college hoops season (and NCAA champ)
Nov 05, 2023 by ESPN
- REACTIONS The largest audience ever -- 9.95 million viewers on ABC -- tuned in to watch the women's national championship game last year, and the sport looks to keep building on it this season.
- Instead, Iowa, with national player of the year Caitlin Clark, and LSU, in coach Kim Mulkey's second season in Baton Rouge, made for a compelling championship matchup in Dallas.
- Here are the biggest questions we're pondering as we get started on the road to Cleveland, where the 2024 champion will be crowned April 7. play 3:01 Women's college basketball reloaded for an even bigger season Elle Duncan details some of the big storylines in women's college basketball this season after a thrilling 2022-23 campaign.
- The Huskies have former national player of the year Paige Bueckers (knee injury) back this season, and hope for good health from everyone else, including Azzi Fudd (limited to 15 games last season because of knee injuries).
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