Check out our tracker of women’s basketball foreign tours taking place this summer.

As the transfer portal action cools down across the women’s basketball landscape, several programs have turned their attention to the offseason calendar. Included in the noteworthy summer events for many teams across the country are foreign tour trips, giving both new and returning players a chance to build experience through practices and exhibitions against global competition.

The NCAA allows basketball teams to take an international trip every four years. Many programs flock to Europe while Canada also hosts a decent share of teams every summer.

“These foreign tours are really beneficial in a lot of ways,” UConn head coach Geno Auriemma said about the program’s trip to Europe. “From a basketball standpoint, we get to play some really good, experienced teams. Off the court, the team gets to experience other cultures and see parts of the world they may never have seen otherwise.”

Below, we are keeping tabs on every women’s basketball program taking a foreign tour this summer. This page will be regularly updated with changes and additions.

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Louisville – Canada (July 12-16)
Notre Dame – Greece and Croatia (July 29-Aug. 8)
Miami – France and Greece (Aug. 2-12)
Florida State – Greece, Croatia (Aug. 5-15)
Georgia Tech – Croatia, Spain (Aug. 6-16)
Clemson – Greece and Croatia (Aug. 9-19)


Davidson – Spain (Aug. 9-18)
Massachusetts – Croatia (Aug. 11-19)

Big East

Marquette – Italy and Greece (Aug. 9-18)
St. John’s – Italy and Greece (Aug. 11-20)
UConn – Croatia, Slovenia, Italy (Aug. 14-25)

Big Ten

Nebraska – Greece (July 30-Aug. 9)
Indiana – Greece (Aug. 1-10)
Iowa – Italy/Croatia (Aug. 4-15)
Northwestern – Spain (Aug. 20-30)

Big 12

Oklahoma State – Italy, Greece (Aug. 1-11)
Baylor  – Italy, Greece (Aug. 3-13)
Kansas – Italy and Greece (Aug. 6-16)
Iowa State – Italy and Greece (Aug. 7-17)

Ivy League

Princeton – Spain, Greece (Aug. 18-29)


Toledo – Greece (Aug. 5-15)
Western Michigan – Portugal, Greece (Aug. 19-28)

Mountain West

Nevada – Canada (Aug. 3-9)

Missouri Valley

Belmont – Italy (July 29 – Aug. 8)


Oregon – United Kingdom and Greece (Aug. 19-28)


Ole Miss – Italy (July 30-Aug. 8)
Vanderbilt – Italy (Aug. 5-16)
Alabama – Spain (Aug. 5-15)
Arkansas – Greece (Aug. 5-14)
Auburn – France, Switzerland (Aug. 6-16)


Wofford – France (July 31 – Aug. 10)

Sun Belt

Georgia State – Greece (Aug. 7-15)


Utah Tech – Greece (Aug. 9-16)


Gonzaga – Greece and Croatia (Aug. 13-25)