Why not a 10-second rule for women’s college basketball?

Posted by RRR on May 21, 2010 | Page Views: 8,704

Every year the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee takes a look at what can be done to improve the college game and how it is played.  Some rules — extending out the 3-point line by an additional 12 inches for the women and addressing the charge zone under the basket for the men — will see some testing during exhibition games this upcoming season. Another rule that received some significant discussion, but which did not make it into the experimental stage, was the 10-second backcourt rule for the women’s game.

Winds of change for D-I WBB staffs in Indiana

Posted by RRR on April 30, 2010 | Page Views: 2,420

More so than in recent recollection, 2010 seems to be a year of change for support staff at a number of Division I women’s basketball programs in Indiana. Spring always brings a slew of coaching changes around the country, as head coaches get fired and hired, with the effects trickling down to support staff. But this year, head coaching positions at D-I Indiana programs are pretty solid with the support staff making the moves.

Sweet honor for the RRR

Posted by RRR on April 27, 2010 | Page Views: 2,909

The RRR was extremely honored recently to receive the 2010 District I Virgil Sweet Distinguished Service Award at the IBCA coaches clinic at Lawrence North in Indianapolis last week. The award is named in honor of Virgil Sweet, the former longtime Executive Director of the IBCA and Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame member.

Become a fan and follow us around!

Posted by RRR on April 19, 2010 | Page Views: 1,297

After much trial and error (mostly error), we’ve finally  figured out how to automatically update our RRR Facebook and Twitter pages when we add news items here at the RRR main website. If you have a Facebook or Twitter account and would like to be notified instantly when we make updates, become a Facebook fan or follow us on Twitter to get the latest RRR news.

These people need to get a life…

Posted by RRR on April 14, 2010 | Page Views: 1,661

Yup, there are all kinds of predators using the Internet. And although this statement brings to mind a variety of seamy references, in this case, I’m talking about those hackers trying to infect or otherwise commandeer your computer.