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Youth Convention A Success
More than 60 delegates from over 30 countries attended the second annual FIBA Europe Mini-Basketball Convention and U14 Get Together in Warsaw, Poland over the weekend of 17-19 October.. . . Read More
Texas A&M junior guard Courtney Walker was named Preseason All-SEC by a select panel of media. Texas A&M was picked to finish third in the league.. . . Read More
Eurobits:  More signings at Ekat, Brondello joins Ekat staff
Ewelina Kobryn was signed by UMMC Ekaterinburg, as they are clearly shoring up for a run at a Euroleague title. She also played for Ekat last year. She came off the bench for the Mercury last season, and joins Sandrine Gruda, Deanna Nolan, Candace Parker, Kristi Toliver and Alba Torrens.. . . Read More
Buyalski Back At Belarus Helm
The Belarus Basketball Federation have handed Anatoli Buyalski a third stint in charge of the national team. The experienced play-caller will take his side to Hungary and Romania next year at EuroBasket Women 2015, having stepped down after the same event three years ago.. . . Read More
UNC Places Trio on Preseason All-ACC Team
North Carolina placed an ACC-leading three players on the Women's Basketball Preseason All-ACC Team, announced Tuesday by the league office. Additionally, Carolina was predicted to finish fourth in the Atlantic Coast Conference according to. . . Read More
The Loyola University Maryland women's basketball team was picked to finish 10th in the 2014-15 preseason poll, as released by the Patriot League Wednesday.. . . Read More
Raquel Scott Named Preseason All-Patriot League; Crusaders Tabbed Third
Holy Cross women's basketball junior forward Raquel Scott (Ridgewood, N.J.) was named to the preseason All-Patriot League team in a vote by the conference's head coaches and sports information directors. As a team, the Crusaders tied for third place with Bucknell in the 2014-2015 preseason. . . Read More
University of South Alabama women's basketball players Breanna Hall and Rachel Cumbo have been named preseason third-team all-Sun Belt Conference as announced by the league office Wednesday morning.  The Jaguars women were also picked by the 11 head coaches from around the conference to finish. . . Read More



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