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Siena Women's Basketball Head Coach Ali Jaques announced the program's newest addition to the Saints' 2018-19 roster. Hanna Strawn and Tobulayefa "LaLa" Watts are the fifth and sixth newest members of the Siena roster.. . . Read More
Three Siena Women's Basketball student athletes have announced their intentions to depart from the College. Hayley Winter and Anna Lundquist plan to return to their native Australia and Sweden, respectively, to continue their education, while Candela Hermida has announced her intention to transfer. . . Read More
Texas A&M women's basketball announced the signing of junior college guard Shambria Washington (Ocala, Fla./College of Central Florida) to a National Letter of Intent on Monday. Washington will enroll at Texas A&M in time for the 2018-19 season, and be eligible to compete as a junior.. . . Read More
University of Memphis head women's basketball coach Melissa McFerrin and the Tigers announce the addition of Kiana Coomber, a 5-11 stretch forward from Chipola College, to the 2018-19 squad.. . . Read More
Carlie Wagner became the seventh player in the history of Minnesota women's basketball to be selected in the WNBA Draft when she was chosen in the third round with the 36th overall pick by her hometown Minnesota Lynx Thursday night.. . . Read More
Clemson, S.C. – Amanda Butler has been named Clemson's new head women's basketball coach, Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich announced following approval from the Clemson Board of Trustee's Compensation Committee on Thursday.. . . Read More
Former Dukes guard is the current athletic director at her alma mater Monesson High School. . . Read More
The Atlanta Dream selected Baylor women's basketball senior Kristy Wallace with the 16th overall pick in the second round of the 2018 WNBA Draft Thursday night.. . . Read More



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