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The Top 100 Programs in Division I women's college basketball (2012 edition)

With the NCAA women's basketball season rapidly approaching, we present the 2012 annual list of the best programs in women's college basketball.

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Reflecting on the Top 100 list with a D-I coach

A Division I coach helps us reflect on the criteria for our Top 100 programs list with a discussion about attendance, recruiting, and red flags. For the full list, visit our Top 100 programs storystream.

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Top 100 Programs in DI women's BB: #1-10

This entry in the list of Swish Appeals Top 100 Programs in Division I women's college basketball looks at the teams ranked #1-10 as well as the history of NCAA infractions in women's basketball. For the full list of top 100 programs, check out our top 100 programs storystream.

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Top 100 Programs in DI women's basketball: #11-25

This entry in the list of Swish Appeals Top 100 Programs in Division I women's college basketball looks at the teams ranked #11-25 and the ability to recruit in a changing environment.

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How do basketball recruits make their decisions?

With the nation's top recruit narrowing her choices to Tennessee and Louisville before making a final decision this week and the Kaela Davis recruiting saga rumored to be coming to a close, we turn our attention to recruiting. Obviously, a good school has good recruits, but what is it that recruits look for? How do basketball players make their decisions?

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Top 100 Programs in DI women's BB: #26-40

This entry in the list of Swish Appeals Top 100 Programs in Division I women's college basketball looks at the teams ranked #26-40 and discusses which stat can mean the difference between making a tournament and not.

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Top 100 Programs in DI women's hoops: #41-70

This entry in the list of Swish Appeals Top 100 Programs in Division One women's college basketball looks at the teams ranked #41-70. But how come there are no non-DI schools on the list?

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Intro to Top 100 Programs in NCAA DI women's hoops

With the NCAA women's basketball season rapidly approaching, we present the 2012 annual list of the best programs in women's college basketball.

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