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Basketball Sizes: A Quick Guide for All Levels of Play

Basketball sizes vary by age, gender, and level of play. The official size of the basketball used by the NBA is 29.5 inches in circumference. That's t...

By: Jordan Zirm

The 50 Best D-II and D-III Colleges for Athletes

NCAA Division I athletic programs get lots of attention thanks to multi-million dollar facilities, national television exposure and full-ride scholars...

By: Dustin Brady

The 50 Best Colleges for Female Athletes

Our 2015 list of the best colleges for female athletes is based on NCAA championship appearances, percentage of female students participating in varsi...

By: Dustin Brady

The Best Men's College Basketball Programs

STACK partnered with Niche to rank the top 50 men's college basketball programs of 2015. The rankings factor in NCAA tournament success, game atte...

By: Dustin Brady

The Best College Football Programs

Our 2015 list of the best college football programs goes far beyond the BCS rankings. To get a complete picture of the schools that provide the best o...

By: Dustin Brady

Latest Videos in Women's Basketball

North Carolina: 2008 STACK Elite 50

STACK makes a trip to Chapel Hill to visit the #3 ranked overall school in the 2008 Elite 50 Rankings, and home to the #2 ranked men's and women's basketball teams.

Shannon Becker on Injury Prevention

Shannon Becker, assistant athletic trainer for the University of Georgia Women's Basketball team, talks about injury prevention for ballers.

Shannon Becker on Women's Basketball Injuries: Face and Head

Shannon Becker, Assistant Athletic Trainer for the University of Georgia Women's Basketball team talks about face and head injuries

Shannon Becker on Women's Basketball Injuries:Wrists,Fingers

Shannon Becker, Assistant Athletic Trainer for the University of Georgia Women's Basketball team talks about wrist and finger injuries.

Shannon Becker on Women's Basketball Injuries: Jumper's Knee

Shannon Becker, Assistant Athletic Trainer for the University of Georgia Women's Basketball team talks about jumper's knee injuries in basketball players