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UTEP women's basketball coach Keitha Adams bangs one note, she bangs it over and over: Win the boards, win the game. For 39:36 of Saturday's game with UTSA, the Miners were doing both. In the last 23 seconds, it all got away from them. UTSA got the game-winning basket on a third chance with 13. . . Read More
No. 4/5 Texas Women's Basketball defeated Texas Tech, 55-44, on Saturday afternoon to mark the Longhorns' 13th consecutive win at the Erwin Center. The Longhorns (14-2, 3-2 Big 12) were led by 11 points from sophomore forward Nekia Jones and nine points from junior guard Brady Sanders. . . Read More
Georgia State defeated Appalachian State 76-71 in a Sun Belt Conference women’s basketball game in the Holmes Center. The visiting Panthers (8-8, 3-4) relied on the biggest player on the court, 6-foot-4 Brittany Logan with 17 points and nine rebounds, along with the smallest player on the . . . Read More
The Pepperdine women's basketball team fell on the road to the Portland Pilots, 80-61, on Saturday afternoon. The Pilots shot 54.5 percent in the game and got 30 points from Cassandra Brown to pull away in the second half for the win. The Waves came out strong in the opening half, holding the Pilot. . . Read More
Despite holding Gonzaga to a season low 2-for-22 (9 percent) from three, the LMU women's basketball team fell 76-62 to the Zags Saturday afternoon in West Coast Conference action at the McCarthey Athletic Center.. . . Read More
Senior forward Sophia Ederaine became just the second Torero in the University of San Diego's women's basketball history to record a triple-double, with 21 points, a career-high 23 rebounds, and a career-high 10 blocks, to help propel the University of San Diego women's basketball team to a. . . Read More
With just one game this week, Santa Clara women’s basketball fell at San Francisco by a final of 62-45. The loss puts the Broncos at 6-10 overall and 1-6 in WCC action while the Dons are now 11-7 overall and 2-5 in conference play.. . . Read More
The Santa Clara Broncos have had the Dons' number of late. In fact, the Broncos had taken nine straight victories in contests against San Francisco. But Saturday stopped the streak. The Dons cruised to a 62-45 lead at War Memorial Gym to move to 11-7 on the year, and 2-5 in West Coast Conference. . . Read More



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