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Alex Montgomery led Georgia Tech in scoring and rebounding this season and was among 40 finalists for an All-America team. But despite all the success, hearing her name on draft day isn't a sure thing.. . . Read More
On Monday afternoon Maya Moore will have a new job. The WNBA Draft will take place in Bristol, Conn, and the best player in college basketball will take her game to the next level, a logical conclusion to a fantastic career that netted three national.... . . Read More
ISU women celebrate transition, season
It has been less than a year since Stephanie Glance’s April 19 hiring as Illinois State women’s basketball coach. The eventful 11½ months that followed and the Redbirds’ 24-11 season were celebrated Thursday at Redbird Arena.. . . Read More
Bianca Cheever demonstrates how to shoot a free throw in Memorial Gym Thursday.
The most intense moments of basketball games are often during free throws. Senior guard Bianca Cheever is familiar with the pressure, and said she has developed a routine that instills confidence. . . Read More
Hoop dreams: Kaylee Kilpatrick to sign letter of intent with University of New Hampshire
One of the rising basketball stars in this province has found a university home in New Hampshire. Next week, six-foot-three Kaylee Kilpatrick, a senior student at Harbour View High School, is expected to a sign a letter of intent to join the University of New Hampshire Wildcats women's basketball te. . . Read More
During their successful run and eventual championship in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament, coach Tricia Cullop and the University of Toledo women’s basketball team cultivated countless new enthusiasts, including school President Lloyd Jacobs.. . . Read More
The Root: Female Athletes Need More Recognition
Many folks probably missed Wednesday's headlines proclaiming the Texas A&M Lady Aggies the 2011 NCAA women's basketball champions. It's nothing new, but I am still amazed that girls' and women's sports don't receive the recognition they deserve. It's time the black community rallied to change that. . . . Read More
Flyer no more: Kari Daugherty leaving UD program
Despite two productive seasons with the women's basketball program at the University of Dayton, Flyers sophomore and former River View standout Kari Daugherty will transfer. "We were fortunate to have Kari in our program," Dayton coach Jim Jabir said on the Flyers' athletic website. "She has a prom. . . Read More

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