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Freshman A'ja Wilson scored 18 points, defending SEC player of the year Tiffany Mitchell added 16 points and Alaina Coates had 12 points and 11 rebounds as No. 1 South Carolina remained unbeaten with a 79-61 victory over 12th-ranked Texas A&M on Monday.. . . Read More
The Blue Devils move to 7-1 in the Northeast Conference with a 51-49 victory over St. Francis Brooklyn. The 7-1 mark is the best start to league play in program history.. . . Read More
Akron senior Sina King (Waterford, Ohio) has been selected as the Mid-American Conference East Women's Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced on Monday.. . . Read More
Now in her third season as a member of the South Alabama women's basketball program, junior forward Taylor Jenkins has started nine of the 17 games that she has played in this season and is averaging 4.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per outing.  She also ranks second on the Jaguar roster in blocks with. . . Read More
No. 4 seeds are toughest to distinguish as NCAA tournament shifts back to top 16 seeds hosting
As discussed in this space a week ago, the No. 1 seeds in women's college basketball remain unclear after South Carolina and Connecticut. Notre Dame seems to be gaining a stronger hold, but Baylor replaced Tennessee on the top line in the past seven days. Despite the change, the same teams remain i. . . Read More
During the first 10 weeks of the 2014-15 Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball season, University of Notre Dame junior guard Jewell Loyd (Lincolnwood, Ill./Niles West) and freshman forward Brianna Turner (Pearland, Texas/Manvel) took turns earning weekly accolades from the conference, with. . . Read More
Archer had a career-high 22 points, while Hayward flirted with a triple-double, and four SFU players reached double-figures.. . . Read More
The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers (5-15, 2-6 NEC) lost to the visting Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils (11-8, 7-1 NEC) 51-49. The game featured 14 lead changes and five ties. For the third straight contest, Sarah Benedetti led the Terriers in scoring. She finished with 11 points.. . . Read More



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