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When the Carroll College women's basketball team was paired with Concordia University during last week's NAIA national tournament selection show, it took all of a swift Google search to discover the most glaring aspect of the Irvine, California, team. Six-foot-4, 6-foot-3, 6-foot-3, 6-foot-2, 6-foo. . . Read More
Cheryl Miller needed a job. Her resume was impeccable as a Hall of Fame basketball player and for years, she was a success as a college and pro coach as well as a broadcaster. But no one, it seemed, was interested when Miller sought to return to coaching in recent years. She was fine interviewing . . . Read More
High school standout turned coach, Katie Gearlds, led the Marian University women's basketball team to its first automatic bid in the NAIA Division II tournament today. The team knew that it would be tough. They were taking on No.7-ranked Tabor College from Hillsboro, Kan. They were playing a morni. . . Read More
Stretching out along the Oklahoma plains, the horizon shows no hint of the coming sunrise when Cheryl Miller and her team start practice. Their campus is as dark as the sky. Dorm windows. Academic buildings. Not even the electronic sign on Highway 33 is blinking its normal hello to passers-by. . . Read More
Danielle Swain's three-year basketball career at The Evergreen State College has been full. She has earned all-Cascade Collegiate Conference honors, set school records and is approaching 1,000 career points.. . . Read More
The Indiana Tech women's basketball program strengthened its backcourt with the addition of Michigan native Joi McConico recently. The graduate of Lee M. Thurston High School in Redford, Mich. averaged nine points, seven rebounds, three steals and a pair of assists as a senior. “Joi is great guard combination package," Warrior . . . Read More
Records, Geoducks Fall In CCC Tourney Opener
SALEM, Ore. – Sophomore Danielle Swain hit new school records in blocks and rebounds but The Evergreen State College Geoducks fell to the NAIA 10th-ranked Corban Warriors, 60-48, in the first round of the 2012 Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s basketball tournament on Tuesday night at C.E. Jeffers Sports Center.. . . Read More
It’s Swain, as in pain at The Evergreen State College
Danielle Swain doesn’t know what it feels like to play college basketball fully healthy. So it’s scary to think how good she’ll be when she’s well. The redshirt sophomore forward at The Evergreen State College plays through severe pain every practice and every game with a left shoulder and biceps. . . Read More



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