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Big 12 Women's Basketball Opens Regular Season

Big 12 Women's Basketball Opens Regular Season
Davis is the Big 12 Preseason Player of the Year after earning the Conference's top award last season. The Big 12 completed the 2014-15 season as No. 1 in NCAA Conference RPI for the seventh season out of the last eight. Eighty percent of Big 12 teams …
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Michigan women's basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico will be well-paid

Michigan women's basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico will be well-paid
According to the most recent USA Today study of women's college basketball coaching salaries — in the spring of 2011 — she would be competitive with the upper group in the Big Ten, in the mix following Ohio State's Jim Foster, who was at $ 798,200 …
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Women's basketball: Lappe gets second commitment for 2013 class

Women's basketball: Lappe gets second commitment for 2013 class
Haley Smith has yet to realize her full potential on the basketball court. She's hoping that four years in Boulder will help her to do just that. On Sunday night, Smith, a 6-foot-1 wing from Sammamish, Wash., gave a verbal commitment to play for Colorado.
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Monique Reid and Tia Gibbs, the two University of Louisville women's

Monique Reid and Tia Gibbs, the two University of Louisville women's
2:40 pm Monique Reid and Tia Gibbs, the two University of Louisville women's basketball players who missed much of last season with injuries, have officially been granted medical hardships by the Big East Conference. U of L submitted paperwork on …
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Anne Arundel Community College women's lacrosse team is No. 1 in nation

Anne Arundel Community College women's lacrosse team is No. 1 in nation
By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun Many in the area know that Anne Arundel Community College has an exceptional women's lacrosse team, but not everyone keeps up with its success. And if ever there's been a season to follow the team, this is it.
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