1. When a free throw is awarded, an official shall take the ball to the free- throw line of the offended team Art. 2.After allowing reasonable time for players to take their positions, the official shall put the ball in play by placing it at the disposal of the free-thrower Art. 3.
New rules. Teams will now reach the bonus and shoot two free throws on the fifth team foul in each quarter. NCAA women’s basketball games will be played in four 10-minute quarters next season.
Fouls To reduce the penalty from two free throws to one for an institution not having a properly marked division line and center circle, or a proper game-clock display, red light/LED lights, and mounted shot clock. Rationale: These situations are outside the control of the coach and student-athletes and is proportionate with the offense.
THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION P.O. BOx 6222 INdIANAPOLIS, INdIANA 46206-6222 317-917-6222 www.NCAA.OrG AUGUST 2015 Manuscript Prepared By: Jon Levinson, Secretary-Rules Editor, NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee Edited By: rachel Seewald, Associate Director, Championships and Alliances
foul or single Flagrant 2 foul. Women – Disqualification – Same as NFHS. Ejection – Single disqualifying foul, second technical foul, second intentional foul or combination of one technical and one intentional foul Men – Noncontact Flagrant 2 technical foul charged to offender. Women – Disqualifying foul charged to offender.
If the foul is the team's seventh, eighth or ninth foul of the half, the fouled player gets a one-and-one free throw opportunity. If the player makes the first free throw, she gets a second. If she misses the first free throw, the ball is live and play continues. If the foul is the team's 10th foul or more, the fouled player receives two free throws.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved resetting the shot clock in women’s basketball to 20 seconds after an attempted field goal hits the rim and the offensive team rebounds the ball ...