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Jones scores 34, grabs  19 rebounds in her  team’s latest victory
JONQUEL Jones continues to put up phenomenal numbers during the offseason in China and is pegged as one of the early candidates for MVP.. . . Read More
ASU women’s basketball point guard finished play in the FIBA U-19 Women’s World Cup, where Team USA earned silver medal after losing to Russia in the Final. ASU women’s basketball player Reili Richardson finished her time in Italy Sunday as Team USA lost in the Gold Medal Game to Russia to earn the. . . Read More
Griffin Helps Australia To Second Place Finish |
Former Nebraska women’s basketball All-American Kelsey Griffin captured tournament MVP honors in her first appearance with the Australian National Team at the 2017 Asia Cup in Bangalore, India. . . Read More
The PTI report especially highlights the performance of Kazakhstan centre Nadezhda Kondrakova, who scored from inside and outside at the onset. It states that for the Indian side, it was a team effort as Shireen Limaye and guards Anitha Paul Durai, the country’s most experienced player who scored n. . . Read More
Geno Auriemma is not easily pleased, but the University of Connecticut women's basketball coach was downright elated when talking about Rebecca Lobo of Southwick, who has gone from his program to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. "She played on a very good AAU team and she was a unique. . . Read More
Erin Phillips. What is the first sport that comes to mind when her name is mentioned? I’m guessing unless you’re a rusted on basketball fan the answer would be AFL after the Australian Opals star was named the inaugural AFL Women’s Best and Fairest. It’s why the WNBL’s rise from obscurity on Fox . . . Read More
Australia center Liz Cambage has signed for the Melbourne Boomers and is set to play in the domestic WNBL season starting in October. Cambage, the star of the national team and the first woman to dunk in the Olympic women's basketball competition, has played for mainly for clubs in. . . Read More
Angel McCoughtry scored 20 points and Nneka Ogwumike added 19 as Dynamo Kursk beat Fenerbahce 77-63 to win the EuroLeague women's championship on Sunday. Trailing 10-0, Kursk scored 31 of the next 42 points to take command. After trailing by 18, Fenerbahce got within 62-60 with 7:27 left. . . Read More



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