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Coming into Sunday’s game against Georgia Tech, Georgia women’s basketball senior guard Marjorie Butler was well aware that she hadn’t scored yet this season. She had started the Lady Bulldogs’ first two games and played a combined 54 minutes. But the 5-foot-8 Butler was 0-for-8 from the. . . Read More
For the better part of the past three seasons, any reference to Texas A&M women's basketball included "the Courtneys." Courtney Williams and Courtney Walker quickly became the faces of the program. They are coach Gary Blair's best players, and the seniors' performances dictate the Aggies' success. . . Read More
Playing collegiate basketball has been a dream for West Virginia University women’s basketball senior forward Jessica Morton since she was seven years old. The 5-10 senior point guard conquered many hardships throughout her young life. While in high school in Augusta, Georgia, Morton. . . Read More
The Georgetown University women’s basketball team staged a valiant comeback, but fell just short, 57-53, at the University of Memphis (3-1) on Sunday afternoon at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. With the loss, the Hoyas fall to 2-1 on the season. Sunday’s game marked the beginning of a. . . Read More
An explosive third-quarter lifted the No. 7/9 Oregon State women’s basketball team to an 86-65 win over UC Riverside Sunday afternoon at Gill Coliseum. “This was a great win for us today,” said Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck. “I liked the fight and composure this team showed. . . Read More
Wake Forest women’s basketball put up a resilient effort Sunday night at Mizzou Arena, but the Demon Deacons couldn’t overcome Missouri in falling 94-81 to the Tigers for their first loss of the 2015-16 season. . . Read More
Trailing for just one minute early in the game, the Eastern Washington University women's basketball team registered a commanding victory over visiting CSUN, 70-59, on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 22.. . . Read More
Tiffany Mitchell scored 17 points, including six in a deciding final run, and No. 2 South Carolina struggled mightily before pulling away late to beat UCLA 68-65 on Sunday. Tina Roy also had 17 points for South Carolina (4-0), and Alaina Coates had 12 points and. . . Read More



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