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Displaying defensive aggression from the onset and a dominance on the boards, the Tigers punished Belmont Sunday afternoon, 79-40, in front of 1,078 at Elma Roane Fieldhouse.. . . Read More
Marist preparing for tough Villanova match up
The beginning of the Marist women's basketball season is almost here. The Red Foxes are just days away from beginning their journey for their seventh straight MAAC title. It won't be an easy start to the season for Marist as they take on Villanova at the newly . . . Read More
The Purdue women's basketball team beat IUPUI 75–45 in the team's season opener. Leading scores for the Boilermakers were attained by KK Houser and Brittany Rayburn, with 18 and 14 points, respectively. Despite fouling out with 5:01 remaining, Courtney Moses led the Boilers with six rebounds, all of which were on defense.. . . Read More
Rutgers set to rival UConn for Big East supremacy
While the status of the Big East remains in question with the pending departures of Pitt, Syracuse and West Virginia, the future of the conference's top women's basketball programs appears to be just fine. With Monday's commitment of Kahleah Copper of Philadelphia, Pa., to Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights will have the talent for another run like . . . Read More
When Skylar Diggins arrived in South Bend for her official recruiting visit on Halloween weekend in 2008, she was handed a 21-page printout three weeks in the making that detailed how her future would unfold if she committed to Notre Dame. The color-saturated pages carried a title - SKYLAR DIGGINS: FOUR YEARS UNDER THE GOLDEN . . . Read More
Playing a solid first half Saturday afternoon was enough for the Riverland women's basketball team to snap a two-game losing streak. Jumping out to a 17-point lead at halftime gave the Lady Blue Devils a comfortable win over the visiting Lady Cavaliers of Western Wisconsin Tech. The second half was a bit lackadaisical at times, but the . . . Read More
Central tabbed for eighth place in women
The Central College women’s basketball team has been picked to finish in eighth place in the Iowa Conference preseason coaches’ poll. Central returns 11 letterwinners and four starters, including league honorable mention selection Sarah Paulson, for the 2011-12 campaign under first-year coach Mike Jacobsma.. . . Read More
Pirates pound Knights
East Carolina’s women’s basketball team is loaded with new faces this season, and they brought plenty of talent with them. ECU newcomers Tatiana Chapple and Britny Edwards each put up a double-double in their Minges Coliseum debuts as the Pirates set a school record for margin of victory with a 109-30 thrashing of St. Andrew’s on. . . Read More



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