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Roxbury has been a powerhouse in NJCAA’s Division III for most of Leszczyk’s tenure, which began with the program’s rebirth in 2007 and has since yielded three trips to the national title game, albeit all losses. (The Lady Tigers had been successful in the 1980s under coach Alfreda Harris, a recipi. . . Read More
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Throughout her nine years at Happy Valley, Coquese Washington has guided Penn State to Big Ten heights — three consecutive conference championships and improving the school’s Big Ten win totals in each of her first six years as head coach — becoming the first league coach to win consecutive best co. . . Read More
The Chipola Lady Indians began their homestand with a bang, easily handling Fort Benning 132-29 on Friday to extend its winning streak to five. Region 8 No.2 Chipola (10-1) shot a blistering 62.4 percent on the night with 39 assists. Every Chipola starter scored in double figures, led by Cynthia. . . Read More
On April 28, 1997, Tina Thompson waited for a call at the inaugural WNBA Draft. But when her phone rang, it wasn’t the call she hoped for. “When I got that call that Houston was interested in picking me for the No. 1 pick, as crazy as it sounds now, I was devastated,” Thompson said. Thompson had . . . Read More
Prior to a loss on Nov.14 against Shelton State, the defending NJCAA women’s basketball champion Chipola Lady Indians hadn’t experienced defeat in 20 games spanning back to last season. Chipola made sure the taste didn’t linger long as they earned back-to-back dominant victories in Panama City on. . . Read More
A 19-year-old women’s basketball player at Palm Beach State College was killed Sunday morning in a mass shooting that took place outside a nightclub in Ocala. Benetria Robinson, a sophomore guard known for her ability to make long-range three-point shots, was set to begin her second and final . . . Read More
The NJCAA came down hard on the Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball program on Wednesday. So did the Jayhawk Conference. After a month-long investigation into improper benefits to players and an eligibility matter with one of the premiere junior-college programs in the nation, the . . . Read More
The recipe for a repeat will have a heavy serving of international flavor for the defending NJCAA women’s basketball national champions. Six of the Lady Indians’ 10 signed recruits were born outside of the United States. While it wasn’t an intentional approach, head coach Greg Franklin is hoping. . . Read More



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