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Jackson names new girls basketball coach
The Jackson girls basketball team will have a new leader next season. Tyler Abernathy will replace Sheila Haertling on the sidelines, the school announced Wednesday. Abernathy has served as an assistant coach for the boys basketball team since the 2007-08 season. He's also been an assistant volley. . . Read More
Kerry Gardner was born to be a point guard. As the tallest girl on her grade school team at Queen of Peace in Madison, however, Gardner was assigned to play the opposing team's post player. That led to some interesting mismatches. "I had to guard Crystal Graff, the volleyball player from Madison L. . . Read More
Fennelly lands Belgian recruit...maybe
The Iowa State women's basketball team has landed its first recruit from Belgium. Maybe. Julie Vanloo, a member of the Belgium national team, signed a letter-of-intent to attend Iowa State on Wednesday. But she is also considering staying in Belgium and going straight to professional basketball.. . . Read More
First Impressions: Moore and Harris
For years, WNBA franchises salivated while a future superstar chalked up substantial numbers in Storrs, CT. The most decorated women's college basketball player in history finally stepped out of a University of Connecticut jersey and into the professional ranks where fans anticipate greatness in 201. . . Read More
UNT job bring Aston back home
In a lot of ways, Karen Aston loved her position as the head coach at Charlotte. Aston was finally running her own program after spending 13 years as an assistant coach in Texas. She had taken the 49ers to the postseason in four straight seasons and led a team with just two seniors to the WNIT semi. . . Read More
Four months after stepping in to serve as interim head coach for the Longwood University women's basketball team, Bill Reinson has officially been assigned to the full-time job. According to Athletic Director Troy Austin, the decision was made last Thursday and was announced to the Longwood communit. . . Read More
Georgetown-bound upstate native leads Bronx at Wheelchair Classic
Brittany Horne might not be from the Bronx, but she was the biggest reason why the Bronx team beat Queens, 75-71, in the Wheelchair Charities HS Basketball Classic on Tuesday night at LIU. The Georgetown-bound Horne had 17 of her 20 points in the second half in a dominant performance. The long, ath. . . Read More
Wheelchair Classic girls notebook: TMLA junior missing Boo for Ring Day
With Division I talent all around her, Reana Mohamed was one of the best players on the floor. Her fearless drives to the basket and all-around skills were on full display at the Wheelchair Charities HS Basketball Classic on Tuesday night at LIU. The Mary Louis junior had a team-high 18 points for Q. . . Read More



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