Which Online Sportsbooks Take Bets on NCAA Women's Basketball?

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Don Shapiro
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NCAA Women's College Basketball is becoming increasingly popular and this was highlighted by a recent report that more viewers tuned in to watch the LSU vs. South Carolina women's game than the Celtics vs. Heat NBA TNT broadcast Thursday January 25.


You read that right.  A sport that's more popular than the NBA on some nights.  Yet a vast majority of online sportsbooks do not offer betting on Women's College Basketball

BetOnline had a full slate of lines on Saturday's games (January 27). These included the following games and odds:

Nebraska +16.5 Iowa

Iowa State -5.5 West Virginia

Cincinnati +31.5 Texas

Gonzaga -24.5 San Francisco

BYU +19.5 KSU

Notre Dame +13.5 UConn

It should be noted that the markets offered were still limited to just the basic odds.  Player props remain nonexistent, at least for now.

South Carolina’s 76–70 win over LSU officially averaged 1.56 million viewers, topping the NBA’s matchup between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat on TNT at the same time, which only averaged 1.38 million viewers, according to Sports Media Watch.  The Celtics currently own the league's best record.  Both Boston and Miami have two of the NBA's stronger fan bases.

The rivalry between South Carolina and LSU has quickly become a staple in women’s college basketball.  It's not immediately clear as to whether prop bets were offered on this game.

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- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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