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Not all exhibition games result in a lopsided score, but most of them probably should. Especially when the opponent is from a lower-tier conference, let alone another division. The Iowa women's basketball team defeated Winona State on Sunday, but the Hawkeyes struggled noticeably throughout the game.. . . Read More
Huskies find off-court camaraderie
Northeastern University women’s basketball players go bowling and cook team meals together. Over the past summer, each athlete read a book on leadership called “LEAD…For God’s Sake!” The strong bond formed between players off the court may lead to wins on the court, says head coach Daynia La-Force Mann, who praises her . . . Read More
Utica graduate Sierra Fletcher scored a game-high 20 points Saturday in a 93-65 victory for the Mount Vernon Nazarene women's basketball team against visiting Alice Lloyd College. Fletcher, a senior guard, scored 16 of her points in the first half as the Cougars took a 55-32 halftime lead. She finished with 20 points on 5-of-8 shooting, . . . Read More
Women’s B-Ball Determined to Grow
Youngstown State second-year head women's basketball coach Bob Boldon isn't sure when it happened, but something clicked for his team toward the end of last season. The Penguins, although undoubtedly improved and more competitive, had won just six of their previous 77 games midway through last February. That's when they won their . . . Read More
Experience Lies at the Forward
The leadership role of the Central Michigan women's basketball team will rest on the shoulders of its forwards. The Chippewas return two starters at the forward position in senior Skylar Miller and junior Brandie Baker. Miller finished last season averaging 6.5 points per game and 4.1 rebounds. She had seven double-figure scoring efforts. . . . Read More
Paced by freshman Amber Patterson-Moss (Thornton Fractional North), the Oakton Community College women’s basketball team opened the 2011-12 season with a pair of wins. Moss, a 5-foot-6 guard, scored 21 points in the Raiders’ 76-57 win over the University of Wisconsin-Rock County on Nov. 1, and followed up with 28 points in a . . . Read More
Lady Topper freshmen get job done
Nearly half the Western Kentucky women’s basketball team played its first game Sunday in E.A. Diddle Arena, But it didn’t necessarily look that way. All seven Lady Topper freshmen played in WKU’s 84-59 exhibition win over Kentucky Wesleyan; four of them scored. “They’re on the big stage,” coach Mary Taylor Cowles said. “They’re in . . . Read More
The UConn women's basketball program has reached a new agreement to play Oregon in a home-and-away series that will start with a game Dec. 31, 2012 in Eugene. The Ducks are then expected to play UConn in Connecticut during the 2013-14 season. The first meeting ever between the teams will follow the Huskes regular-season game at . . . Read More



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