15,196 people showed up for women’s college basketball on a Thursday night in Charlotte last fall. Photo: Ashley Mahoney/Axios

15,196 people showed up for women's college basketball on a Thursday night in Charlotte last fall. Photo: Ashley Mahoney/Axios

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