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Wed Apr 10, 2024, 08:25 AM Apr 10

Women's NCAA title game beats men's final viewer numbers [View all]

Source: Axios

For the first time in NCAA history, the women's basketball final garnered more views than the men's championship game, per data from Nielsen.

The big picture: The breakthrough numbers come as Iowa guard Caitlin Clark is driving unprecedented momentum around women's sports, Axios' Sara Fischer and Noah Bressner report.
By the numbers: The women's championship gathered nearly 18.9 million views, compared to 14.8 million for the men's final, according to Nielsen.

Read more: https://www.axios.com/2024/04/09/ncaa-womens-basketball-championship-views

Caitlin Clark is amazing to watch. I hope there are others who will follow in her footsteps.
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Good! lonely bird Apr 10 #1
I can remember BlueSky3 Apr 10 #2
I like men's college basketball. Elessar Zappa Apr 10 #5
Impressive! hueymahl Apr 10 #3
I have to wonder Old Crank Apr 10 #4
Hype works. maxsolomon Apr 10 #6
Caitlin Clark still scored BlueSky3 Apr 10 #7
Kind of like what UConn did to Zach Edey maxsolomon Apr 10 #8
Aww shoot... BuddhaGirl Apr 11 #11
Agree SC did a good job BuddhaGirl Apr 11 #12
although the men's was only on cable pstokely Apr 11 #9
The UCONN women and coach Geno Auriemma have been inspirational and wonderful. CTyankee Apr 11 #10
A stinker of a men's matchup also was probably a factor Amishman Apr 11 #13
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