2022–23 Ncaa Division I Women's Basketball Season

The 2022–23 NCAA Division I women's basketball season began on November 7, 2022.

The regular season ended on March 12, 2023, with the 2023 NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament beginning on March 14 and ending with the championship game at American Airlines Center in Dallas on April 2.

Rule changes

The following rule changes will be recommended by the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee to the Playing Rules Oversight Panel for 2022−23 season:

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Season headlines

  • June 21, 2022 – Hartford, which started a transition from Division I to Division III in the 2021–22 school year, was announced as a new member of the D-III Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) effective in 2023–24. The CCC press release also confirmed previous reports that Hartford would leave the America East Conference after the 2021–22 season; the Hawks would play the 2022–23 season as a D-I independent.
  • June 24 – Incarnate Word, which had announced a move from the Southland Conference (SLC) to the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), backed out of this move and elected to remain in the SLC.
  • June 30 – The Big Ten Conference announced that UCLA and USC would join from the Pac-12 Conference in 2024, immediately after the current Pac-12 media contracts expire.
  • July 11 – The SLC and Lamar jointly announced that Lamar, which had previously planned to leave the WAC in 2023 to return to the SLC, would expedite this move for the 2022–23 school year.
  • July 15 – The WAC announced that starting with the 2023 editions, its men's and women's tournaments would be seeded via a set of advanced metrics that it calls the WAC Résumé Seeding System, developed by statistics guru Ken Pomeroy alongside WAC officials. Tournament entry will still be based on conference record.
  • August 3
  • August 12 – The Indiana University and Purdue University systems announced that Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis will be dissolved in 2024 and replaced by separate IU- and Purdue-affiliated institutions. The current athletic program, the IUPUI Jaguars, will transfer to the new IU Indianapolis.
  • August 31 – The Division I Board of Directors adopted a series of changes to transfer rules.
    • Transfer windows were adopted for all Division I sports. Student-athletes who wish to be immediately eligible at their next school must enter the NCAA transfer portal within the designated period(s) for their sport. For women's basketball, the window opens on the day after Selection Sunday and runs for 60 days.
    • Student-athletes who experience head coaching changes, or those whose athletic aid is reduced, canceled, or not renewed, may transfer outside designated windows without penalty.
    • Transferring student-athletes will be guaranteed their financial aid at their next school through graduation.
  • September 21 – Houston Baptist University announced it had changed its name to Houston Christian University, effective immediately. The athletic nickname of Huskies was not affected.
  • October 14 – Conference USA announced that ASUN Conference member Kennesaw State would join C-USA in 2024.
  • October 18 – The Associated Press released its preseason poll. Defending national champion South Carolina was the unanimous #1, marking the Gamecocks' third straight season at the top spot. Other poll highlights:
    • For the first time since 2006, UConn was ranked outside the top 5 in the preseason poll, landing at No. 6.
    • Two programs equaled their highest-ever rankings in any AP poll: Iowa (#4) and Virginia Tech (#13).
    • Three schools were ranked in the preseason for the first time ever: Creighton (#21), South Dakota State (#23), and Princeton (#24).
  • October 25 – The AP released its preseason All-America team. South Carolina's Aliyah Boston and Iowa's Caitlin Clark were unanimous choices, joined on the team by Haley Jones of Stanford, Ashley Joens of Iowa State, Elizabeth Kitley of Virginia Tech, and Aneesah Morrow of DePaul.
  • November 2 reported that Gonzaga athletic director Chris Standiford and Big 12 Conference commissioner Brett Yormark had met the previous week in the Dallas area regarding a possible Gonzaga move to that conference as a full but non-football member. The report also indicated that Gonzaga had at least some level of talks with the Big East Conference and Pac-12 Conference in the preceding months.
  • November 17 – During a meeting in San Francisco, the Regents of the University of California, the governing board of the University of California system, set a date of December 14 for a special meeting to make a final determination on UCLA's planned move to the Big Ten.
  • December 14 - The UC Regents approved UCLA's move to the Big Ten. Additionally, conditions were made to mitigate athletes such as investing $12 million in beneficial services including nutritional support and charter flights to reduce travel time. UCLA must also pay the University of California, Berkeley an additional $2 to $10 million due to the move affecting the latter's athletic program, with the precise total being made once the Pac-12 completes its upcoming media rights deal.
  • February 8 – UConn lost 59–52 to Marquette, following an 81–77 loss to top-ranked South Carolina in its previous game. This marked the first time since March 1993 that the Huskies had lost consecutive games.
  • February 9 – The Big 12 Conference announced that it had reached an agreement with Oklahoma and Texas that will allow the two schools to leave for the Southeastern Conference in 2024 instead of the originally announced 2025 schedule. Approval by the two schools' governing boards was seen as a formality.
  • February 24 – In the first sanctions issued by the NCAA regarding name, image, and likeness opportunities, Miami (FL) was placed on one year of probation and received other minor penalties for its involvement in arranging a meeting between alumnus and booster John Ruiz and twin players and social media stars Haley and Hanna Cavinder, who transferred together from Fresno State before the 2022–23 season. Neither Ruiz nor the Cavinder twins received any direct sanctions.
  • March 20 – St. Francis Brooklyn announced that it would terminate its athletic program after the spring 2023 semester.
  • May 10 - Le Moyne announced it would reclassify to Division I from Division II and join the Northeast Conference effective July 1, 2023.
  • May 12 - Western Illinois announced it would leave the Summit League for the Ohio Valley Conference effective July 1, 2023.

Milestones and records

  • December 21 – Caitlin Clark of Iowa reached 2,000 career points in the 75th game of her college career, a 92–54 win over Dartmouth. This equaled Delaware's Elena Delle Donne for the fastest to 2,000 points by a D-I women's player in the current century.
  • January 25 – Taylor Robertson of Oklahoma tied Kelsey Mitchell, who played at Ohio State from 2014 to 2018, for the most career three-pointers in D-I women's basketball, at 497. While Robertson was playing in her fifth season due to benefiting from the NCAA's COVID-19 eligibility waiver for the 2020–21 season, she reached the mark in two fewer games than Mitchell (137 to 139).
  • January 28 – Robertson took sole possession of the record for career three-pointers in Oklahoma's 86–78 loss to Iowa State.
  • March 11 – Iowa State's Ashley Joens became the 14th Division I women's player with 3,000 career points, reaching the mark in the Cyclones' 82–72 win over Oklahoma in the Big 12 tournament semifinals.
  • March 18 – Villanova's Maddy Siegrist became the fifth Division I women's player with 1,000 points in a season, reaching the mark in the Wildcats' 76–59 win over Cleveland State in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
  • March 31 – Clark reached the following milestones with her 41-point performance in Iowa's 77–73 upset of South Carolina in the NCAA tournament semifinals:
    • The sixth D-I women's player, and second this season, to record 1,000 points in a season
    • The first D-I women's player to score 1,000 points and record 300 assists in the same season (having previously reached the assists mark)
    • The Big Ten Conference record for most points in a season
    • Following her 41-point triple-double against Louisville in the Seattle 4 regional final, Clark also became the first player ever with consecutive 40-point games in either the D-I women's or men's tournament.

Conference membership changes

Twenty-six schools joined new conferences or became independents, including five schools from Division II that started transitions to Division I this season and one in the transition process from Division I to Division III.

As noted previously, Incarnate Word backed out of a planned move from the Southland Conference to the Western Athletic Conference, and Lamar, which had planned to make the opposite move in 2023, pushed this move forward to 2022.

School Former conference New conference
Austin Peay Ohio Valley Conference ASUN Conference
Belmont Ohio Valley Conference Missouri Valley Conference
Bryant Northeast Conference America East Conference
Chicago State Western Athletic Conference Independent
Hampton Big South Conference Colonial Athletic Association
Hartford America East Conference Independent
James Madison Colonial Athletic Association Sun Belt Conference
Lamar Western Athletic Conference Southland Conference
Lindenwood Great Lakes Valley Conference (D-II) Ohio Valley Conference
Little Rock Sun Belt Conference Ohio Valley Conference
Loyola Chicago Missouri Valley Conference Atlantic 10 Conference
Marshall Conference USA Sun Belt Conference
Monmouth Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Colonial Athletic Association
Mount St. Mary's Northeast Conference Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Murray State Ohio Valley Conference Missouri Valley Conference
North Carolina A&T Big South Conference Colonial Athletic Association
Old Dominion Conference USA Sun Belt Conference
Queens South Atlantic Conference (D-II) ASUN Conference
Southern Indiana Great Lakes Valley Conference (D-II) Ohio Valley Conference
Southern Miss Conference USA Sun Belt Conference
Southern Utah Big Sky Conference Western Athletic Conference
Stonehill Northeast-10 Conference (D-II) Northeast Conference
Stony Brook America East Conference Colonial Athletic Association
Texas A&M–Commerce Lone Star Conference (D-II) Southland Conference
UIC Horizon League Missouri Valley Conference
UT Arlington Sun Belt Conference Western Athletic Conference

The 2022−23 season was the last for at least 16 Division I schools in their then-current conferences, and for one Division II school before reclassification to Division I. It was also Hartford's only season as a D-I independent and the last season of athletics for St. Francis Brooklyn.

School Former conference New conference
BYU WCC Big 12
Campbell Big South CAA
Charlotte C-USA American
Cincinnati American Big 12
Florida Atlantic C-USA American
Hartford Independent CCC (D-III)
Houston American Big 12
Jacksonville State ASUN C-USA
Le Moyne NE-10 (D-II) NEC
Liberty ASUN C-USA
New Mexico State WAC C-USA
North Texas C-USA American
Rice C-USA American
St. Francis Brooklyn NEC None (dropped athletics)
Sam Houston WAC C-USA
UAB C-USA American
UCF American Big 12
UTSA C-USA American
Western Illinois Summit OVC

Arenas

New arenas

Arenas of new D-I teams

All five new D-I members in 2022–23 play on their respective campuses.

Arenas closing

The following D-I programs plan to open new arenas for the 2023−24 season, or move home games to a pre-existing venue. All will move within their current campuses otherwise indicated.

  • Austin Peay will leave the on-campus Winfield Dunn Center for the new F&M Bank Arena in downtown Clarksville, Tennessee after 49 seasons. The new arena was originally planned to open for the 2022–23 season, but was delayed to 2023–24.
  • Baylor will leave the Ferrell Center for the new Foster Pavilion; the venue is scheduled to open in the fall of 2023 or early 2024.
  • Georgia Southern will leave the Hanner Fieldhouse for the new Jack and Ruth Ann Hill Convocation Center; the venue was scheduled to open in the early fall of 2023, but was delayed until 2024–25 season.
  • Longwood will leave Willett Hall for the new Joan Perry Brock Center; the venue is scheduled to open in Summer 2023.
  • St. Francis Brooklyn began closing its Remsen Street campus, including Generoso Pope Athletic Complex, at the end of the 2021–22 school year as part of the college's move to a new campus on Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Home games will at least temporarily be played about 2 miles (3 km) away at Pratt Institute, as the Livingston Street campus has no basketball venue. The final women's basketball game at Pope Athletic Complex was a 64–59 loss to UMBC on November 20.
  • Vermont was originally slated to open the new Tarrant Event Center, the replacement for Patrick Gym, in 2021. However, the new arena has since been placed on indefinite hold. Construction was initially halted by COVID-19. With the Tarrant Center being part of a much larger upgrade of UVM's athletic and recreation facilities, UVM chose to prioritize a new student recreation center. Construction of the Tarrant Center is now being hampered by increased borrowing costs.

Seasonal outlook

The Top 25 from the AP and USA Today Coaching polls

Pre-season polls

AP
Ranking Team
1 South Carolina (30)
2 Stanford
3 Texas
4 Iowa
5 Tennessee
6 UConn
7 Louisville
8 Iowa State
9 Notre Dame
10 NC State
11 Indiana
12 North Carolina
13 Virginia Tech
14 Ohio State
15 Oklahoma
16 LSU
17 Maryland
18 Baylor
19 Arizona
20 Oregon
21 Creighton
22 Nebraska
23 South Dakota State
24 Princeton
25 Michigan
USA Today Coaches
Ranking Team
1 South Carolina (30)
2 Stanford (1)
3 Texas
4 Tennessee
5 Louisville
6 UConn т
Iowa т
8 NC State
9 Iowa State
10 Notre Dame
11 Indiana
12 North Carolina
13 Virginia Tech
14 LSU
15 Ohio State
16 Oklahoma
17 Baylor
18 Maryland
19 Arizona
20 Oregon
21 Creighton
22 Nebraska
23 Michigan
24 South Dakota State
25 Princeton

Final polls

AP
Ranking Team
1 South Carolina (28)
2 Indiana
3 Iowa
4 Virginia Tech
5 Stanford
6 UConn
7 Maryland
8 Utah
9 LSU
10 Villanova т
Notre Dame т
12 Ohio State
13 Duke
14 UCLA
15 Texas
16 Oklahoma
17 Iowa State
18 Michigan
19 Gonzaga
20 North Carolina
21 Colorado
22 UNLV
23 Washington State
24 Tennessee
25 Arizona
USA Today Coaches
Ranking Team
1 LSU (30)
2 Iowa
3 South Carolina
4 Virginia Tech
5 Maryland
6 Ohio State
7 Indiana
8 Utah
9 UConn
10 Stanford
11 Notre Dame
12 Villanova
13 UCLA
14 Louisville
15 Colorado
16 Duke
17 Oklahoma
18 Miami (FL)
19 Texas
20 Tennessee
21 North Carolina
22 Ole Miss
23 Michigan
24 Florida Gulf Coast
25 Iowa State

Top 10 matchups

Rankings reflect the AP poll Top 25.

Regular season

Postseason

Regular season

Early-season tournaments

Tournament/event name Dates Location No. Teams Champions Notes
Preseason WNIT November 12–20 Multiple locations 4 Texas Tech
Dublin Basketball Challenge November 18–19 National Basketball Arena (Dublin, Ireland) 4 Marist
Battle 4 Atlantis November 19–21 Imperial Arena (Nassau, Bahamas) 8 UCLA
Baha Mar Hoops Pink Flamingo November 21–23 Baha Mar Convention Center (Nassau, Bahamas) 8 Virginia Tech
Utah
San Juan Shootout November 22–26 Coliseo Roberto Clemente (San Juan, PR) 10 Nebraska
South Point Thanksgiving Shootout November 22–26 South Point Arena (Enterprise, NV) 10 Indiana
Cancún Challenge November 24–26 Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort (Cancún, Mexico) 10 Oklahoma State/Florida State/Purdue (Mayan)
NC State/Northern Iowa (Riviera)
St Pete Showcase November 24–26 McArthur Center (St. Petersburg, FL) 4 Portland
Daytona Beach Invitational November 25–26 Ocean Center (Daytona Beach, FL) 8 Penn State
Goombay Splash November 23–27 Gateway Christian Academy (Bimini, Bahamas) 6 LSU (Goombay)
Notre Dame (Bimini)
Paradise Jam tournament November 24–27 Sports and Fitness Center (Saint Thomas, USVI) 8 Georgia
Arkansas
Phil Knight Invitational November 24−27 Chiles Center, Moda Center, and Veterans Memorial Coliseum
(Portland, OR)
8 North Carolina
Phil Knight Legacy November 24−27 8 UConn
Gulf Coast Showcase November 25–27 Hertz Arena (Estero, FL) 8 Michigan
West Palm Beach Invitational December 18–21 Student Life Center (West Palm Beach, FL) 10 West Virginia
Holiday Hoops Classic December 19–21 South Point Arena (Enterprise, NV) 6 Cleveland State

Upsets

An upset is a victory by an underdog team. In the context of NCAA Division I women's basketball, this generally constitutes an unranked team defeating a team currently ranked in the top 25. This list will highlight those upsets of ranked teams by unranked teams as well as upsets of No. 1 teams. Rankings are from the AP poll. Bold type indicates winning teams in "true road games"—i.e., those played on an opponent's home court (including secondary homes).

Winner Score Loser Date Tournament/event Notes
Villanova 69–59 No. 24 Princeton November 11, 2022
Kansas State 84–83 No. 4 Iowa November 17, 2022
Drake 80–62 No. 22 Nebraska November 19, 2022
Marquette 68–61 No. 3 Texas November 19, 2022 Battle 4 Atlantis
Gonzaga 79–67 OT No. 6 Louisville November 19, 2022 Battle 4 Atlantis
UCLA 80–63 No. 11 Tennessee November 20, 2022 Battle 4 Atlantis
South Dakota State 65–55 No. 10 Louisville November 21, 2022 Battle 4 Atlantis
Gonzaga 73–72 No. 23 Tennessee November 21, 2022 Battle 4 Atlantis
DePaul 76–67 No. 14 Maryland November 25, 2022 Fort Myers Tip-Off
Arkansas 69–53 No. 25 Kansas State November 26, 2022 Paradise Jam
South Florida 70–65 No. 22 Texas December 2, 2022
Nebraska 90–67 No. 20 Maryland December 4, 2022
Seton Hall 82–78 No. 24 Marquette December 4, 2022
St. John's 66–62 No. 13 Creighton December 4, 2022
Middle Tennessee 67–49 No. 18 Louisville December 4, 2022
Toledo 71–68 No. 14 Michigan December 8, 2022
Kansas 77–50 No. 12 Arizona December 8, 2022
South Dakota State 75–71 No. 24 Kansas State December 10, 2022 Game played in Kansas City, Missouri
South Florida 66–65OT No. 17 Arkansas December 21, 2022 San Diego Invitational
Nebraska 85–793OT No. 20 Kansas December 21, 2022
Michigan State 83–78 No. 4 Indiana December 29, 2022
Clemson 64–59 No. 7 Virginia Tech December 29, 2022
Duke 72–58 No. 6 NC State December 29, 2022
Florida State 78–71 No. 13 North Carolina December 29, 2022
Illinois 90–86 No. 12 Iowa January 1, 2023
Oregon State 77–72 No. 10 UCLA January 1, 2023
Providence 79–75 No. 25 Creighton January 4, 2023
Seton Hall 72–51 No. 24 St. John's January 4, 2023
Miami 62–58 No. 22 North Carolina January 5, 2023
Boston College 79–71 No. 10 NC State January 5, 2023
Colorado 77–67 No. 8 Utah January 6, 2023
Miami 77–66 No. 9 Virginia Tech January 8, 2023
Texas 72–59 No. 23 Kansas January 10, 2023
Oklahoma State 70–65 No. 18 Baylor January 11, 2023
Florida State 91–72 No. 11 NC State January 12, 2023
Colorado 72–65 No. 14 Arizona January 13, 2023
West Virginia 74–65 No. 18 Baylor January 15, 2023
Washington State 85–84OT No. 21 Oregon January 15, 2023
USC 55–46 No. 2 Stanford January 15, 2023
Texas 68–53 No. 15 Iowa State January 15, 2023
Texas Tech 68–64 No. 25 Texas January 18, 2023
Oregon State 68–65 No. 23 Oregon January 20, 2023 Rivalry
Texas 78–58 No. 14 Oklahoma January 25, 2023
Purdue 62–52 No. 22 Illinois January 26, 2023
Purdue 73–65 No. 2 Ohio State January 29, 2023
Washington State 70–59 No. 19 Arizona January 29, 2023
USC 71–54 No. 25 Colorado January 29, 2023
Kansas State 78–77 No. 12 Iowa State February 1, 2023
Georgia Tech 68–62 No. 15 NC State February 2, 2023
Santa Clara 77–72 No. 17 Gonzaga February 2, 2023
UTEP 65–62 No. 21 Middle Tennessee February 2, 2023
UTSA 58–53 No. 21 Middle Tennessee February 4, 2023
Baylor 76–70 No. 12 Iowa State February 4, 2023
Louisville 62–55 No. 11 North Carolina February 5, 2023 Play4Kay
Washington 72–67 No. 2 Stanford February 5, 2023
Marquette 59–52 No. 4 UConn February 8, 2023
Miami 86–82 No. 19 Florida State February 9, 2023
Syracuse 75–67 No. 14 North Carolina February 9, 2023
West Virginia 73–60 No. 21 Iowa State February 11, 2023
Virginia 71–59 No. 22 NC State February 12, 2023
Houston 71–69 No. 24 South Florida February 12, 2023
NC State 77–66OT No. 19 North Carolina February 16, 2023
California 81–78OT No. 25 USC February 19, 2023
St. John's 69–64 No. 4 Connecticut February 21, 2023
Oklahoma State 73–68 No. 20 Iowa State February 22, 2023
Nebraska 90–57 No. 25 Illinois February 22, 2023
Washington State 62–55 No. 17 UCLA February 23, 2023
Oregon 73–59 No. 14 Arizona February 23, 2023
Oregon State 78–70 No. 14 Arizona February 25, 2023
Wisconsin 78–70 No. 12 Michigan February 26, 2023
Clemson 74–61 No. 23 Florida State February 26, 2023
Baylor 63–54 No. 12 Texas February 27, 2023
Kansas 98–93 No. 23 Iowa State March 1, 2023
Washington State 66–58 No. 3 Utah March 2, 2023 Pac-12 tournament
Washington State 61–49 No. 20 Colorado March 3, 2023 Pac-12 Tournament
Louisville 64–38 No. 10 Notre Dame March 4, 2023 ACC tournament
Tennessee 69–67 No. 4 LSU March 4, 2023 SEC tournament
Washington State 65–61 No. 19 UCLA March 5, 2023 Pac-12 tournament
Portland 64–60 No. 16 Gonzaga March 7, 2023 WCC tournament
Iowa State 82–72 No. 14 Oklahoma March 11, 2023 Big 12 tournament
Iowa State 61–51 No. 15 Texas March 12, 2023 Big 12 tournament

In addition to the upsets in which an unranked team defeated a ranked team, this list includes non-Division I teams to defeat Division I teams. Bold type indicates winning teams in "true road games"—i.e., those played on an opponent's home court (including secondary homes).

Winner Score Loser Date Tournament/event Notes
Lenoir–Rhyne (Division II) 57–46 UNC Wilmington November 7, 2022
Alaska-Anchorage (Division II) 64–51 UC Riverside November 18, 2022 Great Alaska Shootout
Alaska Anchorage (Division II) 88–75 La Salle November 19, 2022 Great Alaska Shootout
St. Mary's (TX) (Division II) 66–65 Sam Houston November 27, 2022
St. Francis (IL) (NAIA) 72–62 Chicago State January 24, 2023

Conference winners and tournaments

Each of the 32 Division I athletic conferences will end its regular season with a single-elimination tournament. The team with the best regular-season record in each conference receives the number one seed in each tournament, with tiebreakers used as needed in the case of ties for the top seeding. Unless otherwise noted, the winners of these tournaments will receive automatic invitations to the 2023 NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament.

Conference Regular
season first place
Conference
Player of the year
Conference
Coach of the year
Conference
tournament
Tournament
venue (city)
Tournament
winner
America East Conference Albany
Vermont
Adrianna Smith, Maine Alisa Kresge, Vermont 2023 America East women's basketball tournament Campus sites Vermont
American Athletic Conference South Florida Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu & Elena Tsineke, South Florida Kim McNeill, East Carolina 2023 American Athletic Conference women's basketball tournament Dickies Arena
(Fort Worth, TX)
East Carolina
ASUN Conference Florida Gulf Coast Tishara Morehouse, Florida Gulf Coast Karl Smesko, Florida Gulf Coast 2023 ASUN women's basketball tournament Campus sites Florida Gulf Coast
Atlantic 10 Conference Rhode Island
UMass
Sam Breen, UMass Tammi Reiss, Rhode Island 2023 Atlantic 10 women's basketball tournament Chase Fieldhouse
(Wilmington, DE)
Saint Louis
Atlantic Coast Conference Notre Dame Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech Niele Ivey, Notre Dame 2023 ACC women's basketball tournament Greensboro Coliseum
(Greensboro, NC)
Virginia Tech
Big 12 Conference Oklahoma
Texas
Ashley Joens, Iowa State Vic Schaefer, Texas 2023 Big 12 Conference women's basketball tournament Municipal Auditorium
(Kansas City, MO)
Iowa State
Big East Conference UConn Maddy Siegrist, Villanova Joe Tartamella, St. John's 2023 Big East women's basketball tournament Mohegan Sun Arena
(Uncasville, CT)
UConn
Big Sky Conference Montana State
Northern Arizona
Sacramento State
Kahlaijah Dean, Sacramento State Tricia Binford, Montana State; Mark Campbell, Sacramento State; & Loree Payne, Northern Arizona 2023 Big Sky Conference women's basketball tournament Idaho Central Arena
(Boise, ID)
Sacramento State
Big South Conference Gardner–Webb Jhessyka Williams, Gardner–Webb Alex Simmons, Gardner–Webb 2023 Big South Conference women's basketball tournament Bojangles Coliseum
(Charlotte, NC)
Gardner–Webb
Big Ten Conference Indiana Caitlin Clark, Iowa Teri Moren, Indiana 2023 Big Ten women's basketball tournament Target Center
(Minneapolis, MN)
Iowa
Big West Conference UC Irvine Tori Harris, Long Beach State Jeff Cammon, Long Beach State 2023 Big West Conference women's basketball tournament Dollar Loan Center
(Henderson, NV)
Hawai'i
Colonial Athletic Association Drexel
Northeastern
Towson
Keishana Washington, Drexel Bridgette Mitchell, Northeastern 2023 CAA women's basketball tournament SECU Arena
(Towson, MD)
Monmouth
Conference USA Middle Tennessee Jordyn Jenkins, UTEP Kevin Baker, UTEP & Rick Insell, Middle Tennessee 2023 Conference USA women's basketball tournament Ford Center at The Star
(Frisco, TX)
Middle Tennessee
Horizon League Green Bay Destiny Leo, Cleveland State Kevin Borseth, Green Bay 2023 Horizon League women's basketball tournament Quarterfinals: Campus sites
Semifinals and final: Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(Indianapolis, IN)
Cleveland State
Ivy League Columbia
Princeton
Kaitlyn Chen, Princeton Megan Griffith, Columbia 2023 Ivy League women's basketball tournament Jadwin Gymnasium
(Princeton, NJ)
Princeton
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Iona Juana Camilion, Iona Billi Chambers, Iona 2023 MAAC women's basketball tournament Boardwalk Hall
(Atlantic City, NJ)
Iona
Mid-American Conference Toledo Quinesha Lockett, Toledo Tricia Cullop, Toledo 2023 Mid-American Conference women's basketball tournament Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
(Cleveland, OH)
Toledo
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Norfolk State Destiny Howell, Howard Larry Vickers, Norfolk State 2023 MEAC women's basketball tournament Norfolk Scope
(Norfolk, VA)
Norfolk State
Missouri Valley Conference Belmont
Illinois State
Paige Robinson, Illinois State Kristen Gillespie, Illinois State 2023 Missouri Valley Conference women's basketball tournament Vibrant Arena at The MARK
(Moline, IL)
Drake
Mountain West Conference UNLV McKenna Hofschild, Colorado State Lindy La Rocque, UNLV 2023 Mountain West Conference women's basketball tournament Thomas and Mack Center
(Paradise, NV)
UNLV
Northeast Conference Fairleigh Dickinson Ny’Ceara Pryor, Sacred Heart Angelika Szumilo, Fairleigh Dickinson 2023 Northeast Conference women's basketball tournament Campus sites Sacred Heart
Ohio Valley Conference Little Rock Sali Kourouma, Little Rock Joe Foley, Little Rock 2023 Ohio Valley Conference women's basketball tournament Ford Center
(Evansville, IN)
Tennessee Tech
Pac-12 Conference Stanford
Utah
Alissa Pili, Utah Lynne Roberts, Utah 2023 Pac-12 Conference women's basketball tournament Michelob Ultra Arena
(Paradise, NV)
Washington State
Patriot League Boston University Frannie Hottinger, Lehigh Melissa Graves, Boston University 2023 Patriot League women's basketball tournament Campus sites Holy Cross
Southeastern Conference South Carolina Aliyah Boston, South Carolina Dawn Staley, South Carolina 2023 SEC women's basketball tournament Bon Secours Wellness Arena
(Greenville, SC)
South Carolina
Southern Conference Wofford Rachael Rose, Wofford (coaches)
Andrea Bailey, Samford (media)
Brenda Mock Brown, East Tennessee State (coaches)
Jimmy Garrity, Wofford (media)
2023 Southern Conference women's basketball tournament Harrah's Cherokee Center
(Asheville, NC)
Chattanooga
Southland Conference Southeastern Louisiana
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi
Alecia Westbrook, Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Ayla Guzzardo, Southeastern Louisiana 2023 Southland Conference women's basketball tournament The Legacy Center
(Lake Charles, LA)
Southeastern Louisiana
Southwestern Athletic Conference Jackson State Ayana Emmanuel, Alabama State Tomekia Reed, Jackson State 2023 SWAC women's basketball tournament Bartow Arena
(Birmingham, AL)
Southern
Summit League South Dakota State Myah Selland, South Dakota State Aaron Johnston, South Dakota State 2023 Summit League women's basketball tournament Denny Sanford Premier Center
(Sioux Falls, SD)
South Dakota State
Sun Belt Conference James Madison
Southern Miss
Texas State
Kiki Jefferson, James Madison Zenarae Antoine, Texas State 2023 Sun Belt Conference women's basketball tournament Pensacola Bay Center
(Pensacola, FL)
James Madison
West Coast Conference Gonzaga Kaylynne Truong, Gonzaga Lisa Fortier, Gonzaga 2023 West Coast Conference women's basketball tournament Orleans Arena
(Paradise, NV)
Portland
Western Athletic Conference Southern Utah Starr Jacobs, UT Arlington Tracy Sanders, Southern Utah 2023 WAC women's basketball tournament Southern Utah

Statistical leaders

Includes postseason games.

Points per game Rebounds per game Assists per game Steals per game
Player School PPG Player School RPG Player School APG Player School SPG
Maddy Siegrist Villanova 29.2 Lauren Gustin BYU 16.7 Caitlin Clark Iowa 8.6 Ny'Ceara Pryor Sacred Heart 3.70
Caitlin Clark Iowa 27.8 Angel Reese LSU 15.4 Nika Mühl UConn 7.9 Aaliyah Parker Niagara 3.66
Keishana Washington Drexel 27.7 Taiyanna Jackson Kansas 12.7 Maura Henderson Drexel 7.8 Asiah Dingle Fordham 3.91
Aneesah Morrow DePaul 25.7 A'Jah Davis Northern Illinois 12.4 Rori Harmon Texas 7.4 Alasia Smith Gardner–Webb 3.41
Angel Reese LSU 23.0 Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu South Florida 12.3 McKenna Hofschild Colorado State 7.2 Camille Downs Norfolk State 3.41
Blocked shots per game Field goal percentage Three-point field goal percentage Free throw percentage
Player School BPG Player School FG% Player School 3FG% Player School FT%
Brooke Flowers Saint Louis 3.80 Mya Berkman Liberty 69.50 Alex Giannaros Boston University 51.55 Erin Houpt Mercer 93.88
Rayah Marshall USC 3.50 Mackenzie Holmes Indiana 68.04 Brynna Maxwell Gonzaga 48.07 Maddie Scherr Kentucky 91.95
Cameron Brink Stanford 3.47 Monika Czinano Iowa 67.41 Kate Mager Iona 47.71 Abbey Ellis Purdue 91.67
Emma Merriweather ULM 3.21 Taiyanna Jackson Kansas 66.09 Yarden Garzon Indiana 45.75 Margaret Whitley UAB 91.51
Promise Taylor Southern Illinois 3.06 Isnelle Natabou Sacramento State 64.24 Mercedes Staples San Diego State 45.52 Sydney Wagner William & Mary 91.26

Postseason

Tournament upsets

Per the NCAA, "Upsets are defined as when the winner of the game was seeded two or more places lower than the team it defeated." The 2023 tournament has nine upsets so far, with five in the first round, three in the second round, and one in the Sweet Sixteen. Stanford's loss to Ole Miss marked the first time a No. 1 seed failed to make the Sweet Sixteen since 2009. With Indiana's loss to Miami, this marked the first time two No. 1 seeds failed to make the Sweet Sixteen since 1998.

Round Greenville 1 Seattle 4 Greenville 2 Seattle 3
First round No. 11 Mississippi State defeated No. 6 Creighton, 79–64. No. 10 Georgia defeated No. 7 Florida State, 66–54.
No. 12 Toledo defeated No. 5 Iowa State, 80–73.
Second Round None
No. 9 Miami (FL) defeated No. 1 Indiana, 70–68. None
Sweet 16 None None No. 9 Miami (FL) defeated No. 4 Villanova, 70–65. None
Elite 8 None None
Final 4

Final Four – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

National semifinals
Final Four
Friday, March 31
National Championship
Sunday, April 2
      
GR1(1) South Carolina 73
SR4(2) Iowa 77
SR4(2) Iowa 85
GR2(3) LSU 102
GR2(3) LSU 79
SR3(1) Virginia Tech 72

Women's National Invitation Tournament

Semifinals
March 28–29
Championship
April 1
CBSSN
      
Washington 36
(H) Kansas 61
(H) Kansas 66
Columbia 59
Columbia 77
(H) Bowling Green 70

Women's Basketball Invitational

This season saw the debut of a third national postseason tournament in the Women's Basketball Invitational, a 16-team affair with all games played on home courts.

Semifinals
March 18
Championship
March 19
      
East Tennessee State 53
New Mexico State 57
New Mexico State 61
Cal Baptist 63
Georgia Southern 80
Cal Baptist 82

Conference standings

2022–23 America East Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Vermont 14 2   .875 25 7   .781
Albany 14 2   .875 22 12   .647
Maine 11 5   .688 16 14   .533
UMBC 10 6   .625 14 15   .483
NJIT 8 8   .500 13 16   .448
Binghamton 6 10   .375 13 17   .433
UMass Lowell 4 12   .250 5 22   .185
Bryant 3 13   .188 9 21   .300
New Hampshire 2 14   .125 7 21   .250
2023 AmEast Tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 American Athletic Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
South Florida 15 1   .938 27 7   .794
Memphis 11 4   .733 22 11   .667
East Carolina 11 5   .688 23 9   .719
Houston 10 5   .667 15 16   .484
SMU 7 8   .467 17 12   .586
Tulane 7 9   .438 18 14   .563
Tulsa 7 9   .438 17 13   .567
Wichita State 6 10   .375 18 15   .545
Temple 6 10   .375 11 18   .379
UCF 4 11   .267 14 15   .483
Cincinnati 2 14   .125 9 21   .300
2023 AAC tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
Source: The American
2022–23 Atlantic 10 women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Rhode Island 14 2   .875 26 7   .788
UMass 14 2   .875 27 7   .794
Fordham 10 6   .625 19 13   .594
Saint Louis 10 6   .625 17 18   .486
Richmond 8 6   .571 21 11   .656
Saint Joseph's 9 7   .563 20 11   .645
George Washington 9 7   .563 18 13   .581
La Salle 8 7   .533 17 14   .548
Duquesne 8 8   .500 19 12   .613
George Mason 8 8   .500 16 15   .516
Davidson 6 8   .429 14 16   .467
Dayton 5 10   .333 7 21   .250
VCU 4 12   .250 7 22   .241
St. Bonaventure 3 13   .188 6 26   .188
Loyola Chicago 1 15   .063 6 24   .200
2023 A10 Tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
2022–23 ACC women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 10т Notre Dame 15 3   .833 27 6   .818
No. 13 Duke 14 4   .778 26 7   .788
No. 4 Virginia Tech 14 4   .778 31 4   .886
Louisville 12 6   .667 26 12   .684
Florida State 12 6   .667 23 10   .697
Miami (FL) 11 7   .611 22 13   .629
No. 20 North Carolina 11 7   .611 22 11   .667
NC State 9 9   .500 20 12   .625
Syracuse 9 9   .500 20 13   .606
Clemson 7 11   .389 19 16   .543
Boston College 5 13   .278 16 17   .485
Wake Forest 5 13   .278 17 17   .500
Virginia 4 14   .222 15 15   .500
Georgia Tech 4 14   .222 13 17   .433
Pittsburgh 3 15   .167 10 20   .333
2023 ACC tournament winner
As of March 27, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 ASUN women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Florida Gulf Coast 17 1   .944 33 4   .892
Liberty 16 2   .889 24 9   .727
Lipscomb 13 5   .722 20 12   .625
Austin Peay 12 6   .667 17 12   .586
Eastern Kentucky 11 7   .611 18 14   .563
Kennesaw State 10 8   .556 15 16   .484
North Alabama 10 8   .556 15 15   .500
Jacksonville State 9 9   .500 16 14   .533
Stetson 6 12   .333 13 20   .394
Jacksonville 6 12   .333 12 17   .414
North Florida 5 13   .278 8 20   .286
Bellarmine* 5 13   .278 9 22   .290
Central Arkansas 3 15   .167 8 21   .276
Queens* 3 15   .167 8 21   .276
2023 ASUN Tournament winner
As of March 20, 2023
2022–23 Big 12 Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 15 Texas 14 4   .778 26 10   .722
No. 16 Oklahoma 14 4   .778 26 7   .788
No. 17 Iowa State 11 7   .611 22 10   .688
Oklahoma State 10 8   .556 21 12   .636
West Virginia 10 8   .556 19 12   .613
Baylor 10 8   .556 20 13   .606
Kansas 9 9   .500 22 11   .667
Texas Tech 6 12   .333 20 15   .571
Kansas State 5 13   .278 19 16   .543
TCU 1 17   .056 8 23   .258
2023 Big 12 Tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 Big East women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 6 UConn 18 2   .900 31 6   .838
No. 10т Villanova 17 3   .850 30 7   .811
Creighton 15 5   .750 22 9   .710
St. John's 13 7   .650 23 9   .719
Marquette 13 7   .650 21 11   .656
Seton Hall 10 10   .500 19 14   .576
DePaul 8 12   .400 16 17   .485
Georgetown 6 14   .300 14 17   .452
Butler 6 14   .300 11 19   .367
Providence 4 16   .200 13 19   .406
Xavier 0 20   .000 7 23   .233
2023 Big East tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 Big Sky women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Sacramento State 13 5   .722 25 7   .781
Montana State 13 5   .722 20 11   .645
Northern Arizona 13 5   .722 21 14   .600
Eastern Washington 11 7   .611 19 11   .633
Montana 10 8   .556 14 16   .467
Idaho 9 9   .500 13 17   .433
Portland State 8 10   .444 15 16   .484
Idaho State 6 12   .333 11 19   .367
Northern Colorado 5 13   .278 13 18   .419
Weber State 2 16   .111 6 25   .194
2023 Big Sky tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 Big South women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Gardner–Webb 18 0   1.000 29 5   .853
High Point 13 5   .722 17 15   .531
Campbell 10 8   .556 16 15   .516
Presbyterian 9 9   .500 13 17   .433
Radford 9 9   .500 14 17   .452
Longwood 8 10   .444 9 21   .300
UNC Asheville 7 11   .389 12 19   .387
USC Upstate 7 11   .389 11 20   .355
Winthrop 6 12   .333 8 22   .267
Charleston Southern 3 15   .167 5 25   .167
2023 Big South tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 Big Ten women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 2 Indiana 16 2   .889 28 4   .875
No. 3 Iowa 15 3   .833 31 7   .816
No. 7 Maryland 15 3   .833 28 7   .800
No. 12 Ohio State 12 6   .667 28 8   .778
No. 18 Michigan 11 7   .611 23 10   .697
Illinois 11 7   .611 22 10   .688
Purdue 9 8   .529 19 11   .633
Nebraska 8 10   .444 18 15   .545
Michigan State 7 10   .412 16 14   .533
Wisconsin 6 12   .333 11 20   .355
Rutgers 5 13   .278 12 20   .375
Minnesota 4 14   .222 11 19   .367
Penn State 4 14   .222 14 17   .452
Northwestern 2 16   .111 9 21   .300
2023 Big Ten Tournament winner
As of April 2, 2023
Rankings from AP Poll
2022–23 Big West women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
UC Irvine 16 2   .889 25 7   .781
Long Beach State 17 3   .850 23 10   .697
Hawai'i 13 7   .650 18 15   .545
UC Davis 12 7   .632 16 14   .533
UC Santa Barbara 12 8   .600 21 12   .636
UC San Diego* 10 10   .500 13 17   .433
Cal State Fullerton 9 11   .450 14 16   .467
Cal Poly 7 12   .368 10 18   .357
Cal State Northridge 6 14   .300 7 24   .226
Cal State Bakersfield 3 17   .150 8 23   .258
UC Riverside 3 17   .150 6 26   .188
* ineligible for the 2023 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2023 Big West tournament winner
As of March 20, 2023
2022–23 CAA women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Towson 13 5   .722 21 11   .656
Drexel 13 5   .722 21 10   .677
Northeastern 13 5   .722 19 12   .613
William & Mary 12 6   .667 18 13   .581
North Carolina A&T 12 6   .667 18 12   .600
Stony Brook 11 7   .611 18 13   .581
Monmouth 9 9   .500 18 16   .529
Delaware 9 9   .500 16 14   .533
Hampton 8 10   .444 12 18   .400
Charleston 6 12   .333 11 18   .379
Elon 5 13   .278 9 21   .300
Hofstra 4 14   .222 12 20   .375
UNC Wilmington 2 16   .111 5 25   .167
2023 CAA tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 Conference USA women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Middle Tennessee 18 2   .900 28 5   .848
Western Kentucky 14 6   .700 19 14   .576
Rice 13 7   .650 23 9   .719
UTEP 12 8   .600 20 12   .625
Louisiana Tech 12 8   .600 19 13   .594
UTSA 9 11   .450 13 19   .406
North Texas 8 12   .400 11 20   .355
FIU 7 13   .350 14 19   .424
Charlotte 7 13   .350 12 19   .387
UAB 5 15   .250 14 17   .452
Florida Atlantic 5 15   .250 12 18   .400
2023 C-USA Tournament winner
As of March 19, 2023
2022–23 Horizon League women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Green Bay 18 2   .900 28 5   .848
Cleveland State 17 3   .850 30 4   .882
IUPUI 13 7   .650 17 13   .567
Youngstown State 13 7   .650 19 11   .633
Northern Kentucky 10 10   .500 17 14   .548
Purdue Fort Wayne 9 11   .450 14 19   .424
Oakland 8 12   .400 13 17   .433
Milwaukee 8 12   .400 11 19   .367
Wright State 6 14   .300 8 24   .250
Robert Morris 5 15   .250 11 19   .367
Detroit Mercy 3 17   .150 5 25   .167
2023 Horizon League Tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 Ivy League women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Columbia 12 2   .857 26 5   .839
Princeton 12 2   .857 24 6   .800
Harvard 9 5   .643 20 11   .645
Penn 9 5   .643 17 12   .586
Yale 7 7   .500 13 14   .481
Brown 4 10   .286 11 15   .423
Cornell 3 11   .214 10 17   .370
Dartmouth 0 14   .000 2 26   .071
2023 Ivy League Tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
2022–23 MAAC women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Iona 18 2   .900 26 6   .813
Quinnipiac 16 4   .800 21 9   .700
Niagara 16 4   .800 18 13   .581
Siena 12 8   .600 19 13   .594
Fairfield 11 9   .550 15 15   .500
Manhattan 10 10   .500 16 17   .485
Marist 8 12   .400 12 18   .400
Mount St. Mary's 7 13   .350 12 19   .387
Canisius 6 14   .300 9 21   .300
Rider 6 14   .300 10 21   .323
Saint Peter's 0 20   .000 0 30   .000
2023 MAAC tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 Mid-American Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Toledo 16 2   .889 29 5   .853
Bowling Green 14 4   .778 30 6   .833
Ball State 14 4   .778 26 8   .765
Kent State 12 6   .667 21 11   .656
Akron 8 10   .444 17 13   .567
Northern Illinois 8 10   .444 16 17   .485
Eastern Michigan 7 11   .389 15 15   .500
Buffalo 7 11   .389 12 16   .429
Western Michigan 7 11   .389 12 17   .414
Miami (OH) 7 11   .389 12 19   .387
Central Michigan 4 14   .222 6 23   .207
Ohio 4 14   .222 6 23   .207
2023 MAC tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
2022–23 MEAC women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Norfolk State 11 3   .786 26 7   .788
Morgan State 10 4   .714 17 12   .586
Howard 10 4   .714 16 14   .533
North Carolina Central 8 6   .571 15 16   .484
Maryland Eastern Shore 5 9   .357 10 20   .333
Delaware State 5 9   .357 7 19   .269
Coppin State 5 9   .357 8 22   .267
South Carolina State 2 12   .143 3 27   .100
2023 MEAC tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 Missouri Valley Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Illinois State 17 3   .850 24 9   .727
Belmont 17 3   .850 23 12   .657
Northern Iowa 16 4   .800 23 10   .697
Missouri State 14 6   .700 20 12   .625
Drake 14 6   .700 22 9   .710
UIC 9 11   .450 19 17   .528
Southern Illinois 8 12   .400 12 19   .387
Murray State 7 13   .350 15 16   .484
Evansville 6 14   .300 11 19   .367
Indiana State 6 14   .300 11 19   .367
Valparaiso 5 15   .250 7 23   .233
Bradley 1 19   .050 4 28   .125
2023 MVC tournament winner
As of March 19, 2023
2022–23 Mountain West Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 22 UNLV 18 0   1.000 31 3   .912
Wyoming 13 5   .722 23 11   .676
San Diego State 12 6   .667 23 11   .676
Colorado State 12 6   .667 20 12   .625
New Mexico 12 6   .667 21 12   .636
Boise State 11 7   .611 17 16   .515
Air Force 8 10   .444 13 18   .419
Nevada 6 12   .333 10 21   .323
Fresno State 3 15   .167 10 22   .313
San Jose State 3 15   .167 6 25   .194
Utah State 1 17   .056 4 26   .133
2023 MW Tournament winner
As of March 21, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 NCAA Division I women's basketball independents standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Chicago State 0 0   6 22   .214
Hartford 0 0   2 26   .071
As of March 5, 2023
Rankings from AP Poll
2022–23 Northeast Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Fairleigh Dickinson 14 2   .875 24 8   .750
Sacred Heart 12 4   .750 19 14   .576
Merrimack* 10 6   .625 15 16   .484
St. Francis Brooklyn 9 7   .563 11 19   .367
Wagner 8 8   .500 13 15   .464
Saint Francis (PA) 6 10   .375 7 22   .241
Stonehill* 5 11   .313 9 20   .310
LIU 5 11   .313 7 22   .241
Central Connecticut 3 13   .188 7 22   .241
* ineligible for the 2023 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2023 NEC tournament winner
As of March 17, 2023
2022–23 Ohio Valley Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Little Rock 17 1   .944 21 10   .677
Eastern Illinois 14 4   .778 21 8   .724
Tennessee Tech 13 5   .722 22 9   .710
Southeast Missouri State 10 8   .556 16 15   .516
UT Martin 9 9   .500 13 17   .433
Tennessee State 7 11   .389 11 18   .379
SIU Edwardsville 7 11   .389 9 22   .290
Morehead State 6 12   .333 11 20   .355
Southern Indiana* 6 12   .333 12 17   .414
Lindenwood* 1 17   .056 2 24   .077
* ineligible for the 2023 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2023 OVC tournament winner
As of March 5, 2023
2022–23 Pac-12 Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 8 Utah 15 3   .833 27 5   .844
No. 5 Stanford 15 3   .833 29 6   .829
No. 21 Colorado 13 5   .722 25 9   .735
No. 14 UCLA 11 7   .611 27 10   .730
No. 25 Arizona 11 7   .611 22 10   .688
USC 11 7   .611 21 10   .677
No. 23 Washington State 9 9   .500 23 11   .676
Oregon 7 11   .389 20 15   .571
Washington 7 11   .389 19 15   .559
California 4 14   .222 13 17   .433
Oregon State 4 14   .222 13 18   .419
Arizona State 1 17   .056 8 20   .286
2023 Pac-12 Tournament winner
As of April 16, 2024
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 Patriot League women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Boston University 17 1   .944 24 8   .750
Holy Cross 13 5   .722 24 8   .750
Lehigh 12 6   .667 17 14   .548
Colgate 10 8   .556 16 14   .533
Army 10 8   .556 13 17   .433
Bucknell 9 9   .500 13 17   .433
Lafayette 7 11   .389 10 19   .345
American 7 11   .389 9 22   .290
Loyola 4 14   .222 10 21   .323
Navy 1 17   .056 1 29   .033
2023 Patriot League tournament winner
As of March 11, 2023
2022–23 SEC women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 1 South Carolina 16 0   1.000 36 1   .973
No. 9 LSU 15 1   .938 34 2   .944
No. 24 Tennessee 13 3   .813 25 12   .676
Ole Miss 11 5   .688 25 9   .735
Mississippi State 9 7   .563 22 11   .667
Georgia 9 7   .563 22 12   .647
Alabama 9 7   .563 20 11   .645
Arkansas 7 9   .438 24 13   .649
Missouri 6 10   .375 18 14   .563
Florida 5 11   .313 19 14   .576
Auburn 5 11   .313 16 15   .516
Vanderbilt 3 13   .188 12 19   .387
Kentucky 2 14   .125 12 19   .387
Texas A&M 2 14   .125 9 20   .310
2023 SEC tournament winner
As of April 2, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 SWAC women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Jackson State 17 1   .944 21 9   .700
Alabama State 12 6   .667 16 15   .516
Alabama A&M 12 6   .667 14 15   .483
Prairie View A&M 12 6   .667 15 15   .500
Southern 12 6   .667 18 14   .563
Arkansas–Pine Bluff 10 8   .556 14 17   .452
Bethune–Cookman 10 8   .556 11 18   .379
Grambling State 9 9   .500 10 20   .333
Alcorn State 8 10   .444 12 17   .414
Florida A&M 4 14   .222 6 23   .207
Texas Southern 2 16   .111 2 27   .069
Mississippi Valley State 0 18   .000 2 27   .069
2023 SWAC tournament winner
As of March 11, 2023
2022–23 Southern Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Wofford 10 4   .714 22 10   .688
Chattanooga 9 5   .643 20 13   .606
East Tennessee State 9 5   .643 26 10   .722
Mercer 8 6   .571 12 16   .429
UNC Greensboro 8 6   .571 16 14   .533
Samford 7 7   .500 13 17   .433
Furman 3 11   .214 11 19   .367
Western Carolina 2 12   .143 9 21   .300
2023 SoCon Tournament winner
As of March 19, 2023
2022–23 Southland Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Southeastern Louisiana 14 4   .778 21 10   .677
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 14 4   .778 19 12   .613
Lamar 12 6   .667 20 12   .625
Incarnate Word 10 8   .556 15 14   .517
Texas A&M–Commerce* 10 8   .556 14 19   .424
McNeese 8 10   .444 12 19   .387
New Orleans 7 11   .389 8 20   .286
Northwestern State 7 11   .389 11 18   .379
Houston Christian 6 12   .333 11 18   .379
Nicholls 2 16   .111 5 24   .172
* ineligible for the 2023 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2023 Southland tournament winner
As of March 18, 2023
2022–23 Summit League women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
South Dakota State 18 0   1.000 29 6   .829
North Dakota State 12 6   .667 18 12   .600
North Dakota 11 7   .611 19 13   .594
South Dakota 10 8   .556 14 16   .467
Oral Roberts 8 10   .444 12 19   .387
Omaha 8 10   .444 15 17   .469
Denver 8 10   .444 12 18   .400
St. Thomas* 7 11   .389 13 17   .433
Western Illinois 5 13   .278 10 20   .333
Kansas City 3 15   .167 9 23   .281
* Ineligible for the 2023 NCAA tournament due to transition from Division III
2023 Summit League Tournament winner
As of March 19, 2023
2022–23 Sun Belt Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
James Madison 13 5   .722 26 7   .788
Texas State 13 5   .722 23 10   .697
Southern Miss 13 5   .722 21 10   .677
Georgia Southern 12 6   .667 21 11   .656
Old Dominion 12 6   .667 22 12   .647
Troy 12 6   .667 17 13   .567
Louisiana 10 8   .556 16 15   .516
Marshall 9 9   .500 17 14   .548
Coastal Carolina 9 9   .500 14 16   .467
Arkansas State 6 12   .333 13 19   .406
Appalachian State 6 12   .333 11 20   .355
Georgia State 5 13   .278 12 21   .364
Louisiana–Monroe 3 15   .167 7 23   .233
South Alabama 3 15   .167 7 23   .233
2023 Sun Belt tournament winner
As of March 22, 2023
Rankings from AP poll
2022–23 WAC women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Southern Utah 16 2   .889 23 10   .697
Stephen F. Austin 15 3   .833 26 6   .813
California Baptist 13 5   .722 22 13   .629
Grand Canyon 12 6   .667 21 10   .677
Utah Tech* 10 8   .556 19 12   .613
New Mexico State 10 8   .556 18 17   .514
Abilene Christian 9 9   .500 15 15   .500
UT Arlington 8 10   .444 14 17   .452
Sam Houston 8 10   .444 13 17   .433
UT Rio Grande Valley 6 12   .333 12 18   .400
Seattle 5 13   .278 6 24   .200
Utah Valley 3 15   .167 6 24   .200
Tarleton* 2 16   .111 8 21   .276
* Ineligible for the 2023 NCAA tournament due to transition from Division II
2023 WAC tournament winner
As of March 18, 2023
2022–23 West Coast Conference women's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 19 Gonzaga 17 1   .944 28 5   .848
Portland 15 3   .833 23 9   .719
San Diego 11 7   .611 19 14   .576
BYU 9 9   .500 16 17   .485
San Francisco 9 9   .500 19 13   .594
Pacific 8 10   .444 15 17   .469
Saint Mary's 6 12   .333 13 18   .419
Santa Clara 6 12   .333 15 17   .469
Pepperdine 5 13   .278 11 19   .367
Loyola Marymount 4 14   .222 7 23   .233
2023 WCC tournament winner
As of March 24, 2023
Rankings from AP poll

Award winners

All-America teams

The NCAA has never recognized a consensus All-America team in women's basketball. This differs from the practice in men's basketball, in which the NCAA uses a combination of selections by the Associated Press (AP), the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the Sporting News, and the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) to determine a consensus All-America team. The selection of a consensus team is possible because all four organizations select at least a first and second team, with only the USBWA not selecting a third team.

Before the 2017–18 season, it was impossible for a consensus women's All-America team to be determined because the AP had been the only body that divided its women's selections into separate teams. The USBWA first named separate teams in 2017–18. The women's counterpart to the NABC, the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA), continues the USBWA's former practice of selecting a single ten-member (plus ties) team. The NCAA does not recognize Sporting News as an All-America selector in women's basketball.

Major player of the year awards

Major freshman of the year awards

Major coach of the year awards

Other major awards

Coaching changes

Many teams changed coaches during and after the season.

Team Former
coach
Interim
coach
New
coach
Reason
Akron Melissa Jackson Ryan Gensler Akron announced on February 21, 2023, that Jackson's contract would not be renewed at the end of the season, ending her 5-year tenure. Illinois assistant coach Gensler was hired by the Zips on March 29.
Bowling Green Robyn Fralick Fred Chmiel Fralick departed Bowling Green on March 31, 2023, after five seasons for the Michigan State job. Fred Chmiel, who won 2 national titles on Dawn Staley's staff at South Carolina, was hired by the Falcons on April 8.
Bryant Mary Burke Lynne-Ann Kokoski Burke, citing a desire to pursue other opportunities, announced she was stepping down as head coach on March 6, 2023, after 32 seasons at Bryant. UMass assistant Kokoski, a former Bryant player and assistant coach under Burke, was hired by the Bulldogs on April 14.
Central Arkansas Sandra Rushing Tony Kemper Rushing announced her resignation from Central Arkansas after eleven seasons on February 25, 2023, citing her ongoing care for her ailing mother, having missed eight games during the 2022–23 season due to her care obligations. Rushing left with 587 wins as a head coach, 184 of them at UCA. Former Sugar Bear assistant coach and current Marshall head coach Kemper was hired on March 10.
Central Connecticut Kerri Reaves Way Veney Reaves announced her resignation from Central Connecticut on March 10, 2023, after three seasons. Temple associate head coach Veney was hired by the Blue Devils on April 28.
Central Michigan Heather Oesterle Kristin Haynie CMU parted ways with Oesterle on April 6, 2023, after four seasons. Recently hired Minnesota Lynx assistant coach and former Chippewa assistant coach Haynie was hired on April 20.
Cincinnati Michelle Clark-Heard Katrina Merriweather Cincinnati announced on March 7, 2023, that they had parted ways with Clark-Heard after five seasons. Memphis head coach and former Bearcat player and captain Merriweather was hired as her replacement on March 25.
Dartmouth Adrienne Shibles Linda Cimino After two seasons at Dartmouth, Shibles stepped down from her head coaching position on April 17, 2023. Cimino, who was head coach at St. Francis Brooklyn for the past five seasons before the school eliminated their entire athletic program this spring, was hired by the Big Green on May 23.
East Tennessee State Simon Harris Brenda Mock Brown ETSU fired Harris on August 1, 2022 (effective August 15) after one season following alleged Title IX violations against him by former players. Former UNC Asheville head coach Brenda Mock Brown was hired by the Buccaneers on August 8.
Fairleigh Dickinson Angelika Szumilo Stephanie Gaitley Szumilo left FDU on April 17, 2023, after four seasons for the Iona job. Stephanie Gaitley, head coach at 5 previous schools (most recently Fordham), was hired by the Knights on April 21.
Florida A&M Shalon Pillow Bridgette Gordon Pillow announced her resignation from FAMU on July 6, 2023 (effective August 1) after two seasons. On July 28, the Rattlers hired Bridgette Gordon, who had been hired as assistant coach by New Mexico State a month prior.
Furman Jackie Carson Pierre Curtis Carson left Furman on June 8, 2023, after 13 seasons to become the ACC's senior associate commissioner for women's basketball. Longtime Paladin assistant Curtis was promoted to the position the following day.
Gardner–Webb Alex Simmons Scott Merritt Simmons left Gardner-Webb on April 6, 2023, after five seasons to take the Memphis head coaching job. Wisconsin associate head coach Merritt was hired by the Runnin' Bulldogs on April 22.
Georgetown James Howard Tasha Butts Less than a week after parting ways with Patrick Ewing, Georgetown announced on March 13, 2023, that Howard's contract will not be renewed after six seasons, in which the Hoyas went 66–108 overall capped off by four straight losing seasons. Georgia Tech associate head coach Butts was hired on April 11. Unfortunately, Butts never got to coach a game for Georgetown as she passed away on October 24, 2023, following a two-year battle with breast cancer.
Grambling State Freddie Murray Courtney Simmons Grambling State parted ways with Murray on March 20, 2023, after seven seasons and a 93–115 record. Troy assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Simmons was hired by the Tigers on April 6.
Idaho Jon Newlee Carrie Eighmey Idaho and Newlee mutually agreed to part ways on April 6, 2023, after 15 seasons. D-II Nebraska–Kearney head coach Eighmey was hired by the Vandals on April 28.
Iona Billi Chambers Angelika Szumilo Chambers departed Iona on April 5, 2023, after ten seasons for the Xavier head coaching job. Fairleigh Dickinson head coach Szumilo was hired by the Gaels on April 17.
Jacksonville Darnell Haney Special Jennings Jacksonville announced a mutual parting of ways with Haney on March 15, 2023, after five seasons. On April 10, the Dolphins hired Jennings from Montverde Academy as his replacement.
Lindenwood Katie Falco Amy Eagan Lindenwood parted ways with Falco on March 17, 2023, after five seasons. The Lions hired Eagan, head coach at D-II Drury the past 3 years, on March 28.
Long Beach State Jeff Cammon Amy Wright Cammon left Long Beach State on March 29, 2023, after five seasons for Saint Mary's. Oklahoma assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Wright was hired by the Beach on April 17.
Louisiana–Monroe Brooks Donald-Williams Missy Bilderback Donald-Williams announced her resignation on March 7, 2023, after four seasons at ULM. The Warhawks went to the NJCAA for their next coach, hiring Jones County JC head coach Missy Bilderback on March 29.
Marist Brian Giorgis Erin Doughty Giorgis announced his retirement on February 28, 2022, effective after the 2022–23 season. During his 22-year tenure at Marist, Giorgis led the Red Foxes to 13 MAAC regular-season and 11 tournament titles, most recently for both in 2021, and also had coached the program to five NCAA tournament victories, the most for any coach in MAAC history. Top assistant Doughty, who had also played under Giorgis at Marist, was designated as his successor.
Marshall Tony Kemper Kim Caldwell Kemper left Marshall on March 10, 2023, after six seasons for the head coaching job at Central Arkansas. Caldwell, head coach at D-II Glenville State for the past seven seasons, was hired by the Thundering Herd on March 27.
Memphis Katrina Merriweather Alex Simmons Merriweather left Memphis on March 25, 2023, after two seasons for the head coaching job at her alma mater Cincinnati. On April 6, the Tigers hired Gardner-Webb head coach Simmons as her replacement.
Miami (OH) DeUnna Hendrix Glenn Box Hendrix resigned from Miami on April 26, 2023, after four seasons, later revealing that an investigation into an inappropriate relationship that Hendrix had with a player led to her resignation. Indiana associate head coach Box was hired by the Redhawks on May 8.
Michigan State Suzy Merchant Robyn Fralick Michigan State announced a mutual agreement on March 13, 2023, for Merchant to step down as head coach after 16 seasons for health reasons. Merchant, who had been diagnosed with a heart abnormality after collapsing during a 2017 game, had not coached since a January 2023 car crash following a medical incident. She led the Spartans to a 327–186 record during her tenure along with 10 trips to the NCAA tournament. Bowling Green head coach Fralick was hired as her replacement on March 31.
Minnesota Lindsay Whalen Dawn Plitzuweit Whalen announced that she was stepping down as head coach of Minnesota on March 2, 2023, after five seasons, but will remain with the school as special assistant to the AD through April 2025. West Virginia head coach Plitzuweit was hired by the Golden Gophers on March 18 after leading the Mountaineers to the NCAA tournament in her lone season there.
New Orleans Keeshawn Davenport Trelanne Powell Davenport announced her resignation from her alma mater on March 16, 2023, after 12 seasons. Trelanne Powell, head coach at D-II Tuskegee University, was hired by the Privateers on April 11.
Nicholls DoBee Plaisance Justin Payne Plaisance announced her resignation from Nicholls, effective April 30, on March 9, 2023, after 15 seasons. D-II Georgia Southwestern head coach and former Nicholls men's basketball player Payne was hired by the Colonels on March 31.
Northeastern Bridgette Mitchell Priscilla Edwards Mitchell left Northeastern on April 7, 2023, after two seasons for the Fordham head coaching job. Clemson assistant coach Edwards was hired by the Huskies on April 20.
North Florida Darrick Gibbs Erika Lambert North Florida fired Gibbs on March 2, 2023, after 8 seasons. Abilene Christian associate head coach and recruiting coordinator Lambert was hired by the Ospreys on April 6.
North Texas Jalie Mitchell Jason Burton Mitchell announced her departure from North Texas on March 20, 2023, after 8 seasons. Texas A&M–Commerce head coach Burton was hired by the Mean Green on March 27.
Pepperdine Kristen Dowling Brian Rosario Tim Hays Dowling announced her resignation from Pepperdine on February 27, 2023, after four seasons. Waves assistant coach Rosario was named interim head coach of the team for the WCC tournament. After the season ended, the school hired Colorado assistant Hays on April 4. However, Hays would not coach a game for Pepperdine as he announced his resignation on August 14 for family reasons.
Pittsburgh Lance White Tory Verdi Pitt parted ways with White on March 3, 2023, after a 42–99 record in five seasons. The Panthers hired UMass head coach Verdi as his replacement on April 7.
Providence Jim Crowley Erin Batth Crowley and Providence mutually agreed to part ways on March 7, 2023, after seven seasons. On March 20, the Friars named Michigan assistant coach Batth as his replacement.
Sacramento State Mark Campbell Aaron Kallhoff Campbell left Sac State on March 21, 2023, after two seasons for the TCU head coaching job. BYU assistant Kallhoff was hired by the Hornets on April 17.
St. Bonaventure Jesse Fleming Erica Morrow Jim Crowley St. Bonaventure fired Fleming on January 15, 2023 after 6½ seasons, in which the Bonnies went 53–135 overall, including a 3–17 record to start this season. Assistant coach Morrow, in her first season on the staff, was named interim head coach for the remainder of the season. After the season, the school brought back former head coach Crowley, having served in that role from 2000 to 2016 before leaving for Providence.
St. Francis Brooklyn Linda Cimino None St. Francis College announced on March 20, 2023, that it was eliminating its entire athletic program at the end of the spring season.
Saint Mary's Paul Thomas Allyson Fasnacht Jeff Cammon Thomas, on paid administrative leave since late December, was fired on January 31, 2023 after 16½ seasons at Saint Mary's. Assistant coach Fasnacht, who was serving as the Gaels' interim head coach during Thomas's initial leave, continued in that role for the rest of the season. After the season ended, Long Beach State head coach Jeff Cammon was hired on March 29.
Seattle Suzy Barcomb Skyler Young Seattle announced on March 20, 2023, that Barcomb will not return next season, ending her 7-year tenure. The Redhawks hired Portland assistant Young on April 19.
South Alabama Terry Fowler Yolisha Jackson Fowler was relieved of his head coaching duties on March 1, 2023, after ten seasons at South Alabama. South Florida assistant coach Jackson was hired by the Jaguars on March 24.
Stephen F. Austin Mark Kellogg Leonard Bishop Kellogg left Stephen F. Austin on April 3, 2023, after 8 seasons for the West Virginia head coaching job. Ladyjacks associate head coach Bishop was promoted to the position on April 14.
Tarleton Misty Wilson Bill Brock Tarleton parted ways with Wilson on March 2, 2023, after nine seasons. The Texans initially hired former longtime Baylor assistant Brock, who spent last season as head coach at NJCAA McLennan CC, on March 14, but did not make it official until March 27.
TCU Raegan Pebley Mark Campbell Pebley announced on February 27, 2023, that she would step down from her position after the season, her 9th at TCU. Sacramento State head coach Campbell was hired by the Horned Frogs on March 21.
Texas A&M–Commerce Jason Burton Valerie King Burton departed Texas A&M–Commerce after nine seasons on March 27, 2023, for the North Texas head coaching job. New Mexico associate head coach King was named the new head coach of the Lions on April 19.
UMass Tory Verdi Mike Leflar Verdi left UMass on April 7, 2023, after six seasons for the Pitt head coaching position. The Minutewomen promoted associate head coach Leflar to the position 3 days later.
UTEP Kevin Baker Keitha Adams Baker announced his resignation on April 5, 2023, after six seasons at UTEP. Keitha Adams, head coach of the Miners from 2001 to 2017 before leaving for Wichita State, was re-hired on April 11.
Weber State Velaida Harris Jenteal Jackson Harris stepped down from her position on March 10, 2023, after five seasons at Weber State. D2 Westminster College (UT) head coach Jackson was hired by the Wildcats on April 12.
West Virginia Dawn Plitzuweit Mark Kellogg Plitzuweit departed West Virginia on March 18, 2023, for Minnesota after reaching the NCAA tournament in her lone season as head coach of the Mountaineers. Stephen F. Austin head coach Kellogg was hired on April 3.
Wichita State Keitha Adams Terry Nooner Adams left Wichita State on April 11, 2023, after six seasons to return to UTEP. The Shockers stayed in state for their next hire, naming Kansas associate head coach Nooner as her replacement on April 17.
Xavier Melanie Moore Billi Chambers Moore and Xavier mutually agreed to part ways on March 6, 2023, after four seasons and a 24–81 record. Iona head coach Chambers was hired by the Musketeers on April 5.

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