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In Nikki Moody’s room in her apartment she keeps a list full of goals – little aspects of her life she wants to get better at and things she looks to accomplish. Over the past few years she has gone over the list with her mother, Chrystal Moody, and the two talk the items over. At the beginning of . . . Read More
Blake Dietrick was nervous, on the verge of tears. She had just finished her freshman season as a point guard for the Princeton basketball team and had a very sensitive question for her coach, Courtney Banghart: Could she try out for lacrosse? Dietrick had been a three-time US Lacrosse All-American. . . Read More
The extremes to which Christa Evans goes to be ready for a Rutgers women’s basketball game include catching a ride to the Louis Brown Athletic Center. And to class. And just around campus. “Playing this long definitely takes a toll on you,” said Evans, who battles quadriceps tendonitis, “but it’s . . . Read More
MTSU's hopes at winning a second straight Conference USA women's basketball tournament have taken a major hit. Senior Cheyenne Parker, averaging a double-double on the year, was dismissed from the team on Friday for repeated violations of athletic department policy. Parker served a five-game suspe. . . Read More
After a combined 216 games, 1,235 shots and 1,431 points between seniors Cassie Rochel and Jacki Gulczynski, only three guaranteed games separate them from hanging up their jerseys for the last time as members of the Wisconsin women’s basketball team. As the two teammates reminisced about their pro. . . Read More
FEATURE: When the Lady Lions tipoff against Wisconsin on Sunday, they will be playing for more than just a game. The traditional blue and white uniforms will be swapped for pink, as the Lady Lions honor those in the fight of their lives against breast cancer.. . . Read More
STORRS — Before the Southern California kid with the smooth shot could focus on how her life would blossom during four winters in Connecticut, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis first had to promise Maya Moore she would take care of something.. . . Read More
In just its 10th season in the BIG EAST Conference, a DePaul player has captured women's basketball's top academic honor for the fourth time, as senior guard Brittany Hrynko was named the BIG EAST Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year on Friday. The selection was made by the Conference's. . . Read More

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