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Liza Graves loves October. The 31 days typically brim with enjoyment for her. Fall wins its annual tug of war with summer over the thermostat. The foliage turns vivid, and the great outdoors beckon. Graves, an avid runner, will add more trail running to her schedule during the ensuing weeks. . . Read More
Bench, youth shine for Team USA against outmatched Angola
There wasn't much to look forward to about the USA-Angola women's basketball game, except its conclusion. The Americans' last result of group play at this FIBA World Championship was exactly as expected: a 119-44 blowout against a vastly overmatched team. However, if there's any coach who has . . . Read More
Fashion statement for New Mexico women
Does the old idea of dressing for success really work? The University of New Mexico women’s basketball team intends to find out. A few weeks into fall workouts, the Lobos are riding a fashion high at the Davalos Center. Brand new, eye-catching practice uniforms have put some extra spring into play. . . Read More
Life without Liz Cambage is proving no trouble at all so far for the Opals at the women's basketball world championship. Australia completed an impressive stroll through the group stage in Turkey with a 42-point demolition of Belarus on Tuesday to a seal a quarter-finals spot. . . Read More
Drill by drill, lay-up by lay-up and dribble by dribble, changes are taking place in the way the Oregon women’s basketball team operates day-to-day. Head coach Kelly Graves was hired in April and along with him came three new assistant coaches: Mark Campbell, Jodie Berry and Nicole Powell. Since . . . Read More
Team USA beat Angola 119-44 to close out group play at the 2014 FIBA World Championships for Women, setting national records for largest margin of victory and three point percentage (video via FIBA).. . . Read More
The Eagles participated in the annual Step UP For Down Syndrome Walk Saturday, Sept. 20. . . Read More
One of the best basketball players – man or woman – to play for the Winthrop Eagles is off to Finland. Dequesha McClanahan has signed a one-year deal to play for Forssan Alku (FoA). “It was a blessing, when I found out about the opportunity,” said the Oak Ridge, Tenn., native in a news release. “. . . Read More



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