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We are now about three months out from the 2015 WNBA season, and the Washington Mystics have announced that they re-signed center Kia Vaughn. Vaughn was a full-time starter for the Mystics in 2014, with the second-highest minutes per game among Mystics post players. She was second on the team in. . . Read More
Shavonte Zellous sank clutch free throws while Quanitra Hollingsworth came up with a huge defensive stop as Fenerbahce weathered a huge scare from Galatasaray, 58-56 at the Metro Energy Sports Hall Tuesday in Istanbul.. . . Read More
Jana Vesela may have been quiet for most of the match but was able to deliver jarring blows when it mattered the most as ZVVZ USK Prague stunned Perfumerias Avenida, 50-48 Tuesday at the Pabellon Municipal Wurzburg in Salamanca, Spain.. . . Read More
Georgia's Mackenzie Engram has been named to the SEC's All-Freshman team in balloting of league coaches. The annual conference awards for women's basketball were announced Tuesday by the league office in Birmingham, Ala.. . . Read More
Ole Miss senior forward Tia Faleru and freshman guard A'Queen Hayes earned All-SEC honors for their play throughout the 2014-15 regular-season as voted by the leagues 14 coaches it was announced by the Southeastern Conference on Tuesday. Faleru was selected first team All-SEC, while Hayes was. . . Read More
Four University of Kentucky women's basketball players were honored by the Southeastern Conference on Tuesday afternoon, as sophomore point guard Makayla Epps was named First-Team All-SEC, senior guard Jennifer O'Neill was named Second-Team All-SEC and Sixth Woman of the Year, sophomore guard Linna. . . Read More
Senior Emily Ben-Jumbo, sophomore Leslie Lopez-Wood and freshman Makenzie Cast were all honored by the West Coast Conference Tuesday as the league released it's 2014-15 Women's Basketball postseason honors. Ben-Jumbo and Lopez-Wood were named to the All-WCC Honorable Mention team while Cast earned. . . Read More
Fighting Irish junior guard Jewell Loyd (Lincolnwood, Ill./Niles West) and freshman forward Brianna Turner (Pearland, Texas/Manvel) earned spots on the 10-player All-ACC First Team. Notre Dame and North Carolina were the only conference schools with two All-ACC selections this season, while Turner. . . Read More



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