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Green Bay women beat No. 16 Missouri for first win of season - NCAA1 - 2 days ago
Frankie Wurtz (5'8''-G) hit three 3-pointers and finished with 16 points to help Green Bay beat No. 16 Missouri 56-49 on Friday night. It was the highest ranked opponent Green Bay has ever beaten on the road. The Phoenix, who lost to No. 15 DePaul in Chicago last Friday, beat No. 24 Arizona State and No. 23 Marquette last season. Amber Smith (5'11''-G-98)'s layup gave Missouri (2-1) a one-point lead at the break and Sophie Cunningham (6'1''-G-97) made two free throws to give the Tigers th...  
WMLBA News - WMLBA - 2 days ago
The Women's Minor League Basketball association has big news coming soon. 'Expansion is coming quickly and you'll see teams in markets you haven't seen before. I'm excited to announce the new teams for the 2019 season' -WMLBA commissioner Janell Burse Having more teams means having more opportunities for the women to be seen and scouted my overseas general managers and coaches. The Dallas Lightning has won the WMLBA Championship the last 2 seasons, however with more teams and more talent...  
No. 9 prospect Rickea Jackson commits to Mississippi State - NCAA1 - 3 days ago
Rickea Jackson, a 6-foot-2 wing and the No. 9 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100, has committed to Mississippi State. The reigning Michigan Gatorade Player of the Year has led Detroit Edison to two consecutive Class C state titles and averaged 21.9 points, 10.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.6 blocks last season as a junior. "Coach Vic Schaefer is genuine. He will push me," Jackson said. "Finally I have a home and I'm happy." Jackson, who chose Mississippi State over Rutgers...  


Sanjana Ramesh joins Northern Arizona University to become only the second Indian woman in NCAA D1 Basketball - NCAA1 - 4 days ago  
No. 18 Syracuse beats 20th-ranked Texas A&M 75-65 - NCAA1 - 4 days ago  
Q&A with Chicago Sky's New Head Coach James Wade - WNBA - 4 days ago  
James Wade Named General Manager and Head Coach of the Chicago Sky - WNBA - 6 days ago  
Hora Leads Augustana Past Lancers - NCAA2 - 6 days ago  
No. 24 Montclair St. Takes Down Hunter in Season Opener, 71-50 - NCAA3 - 6 days ago  
Big third quarter run helps Cowgirls beat USW - NAIA - 6 days ago  
Lady Wolves roll past Baton Rouge - JUCO - 6 days ago  
Maryland women's basketball beats Dayton, 82-71 - NCAA1 - 7 days ago  
EspnW's 25 best players in women's college basketball - NCAA1 - 9 days ago  
Sabrina Ionescu is espnW's preseason player of the year - NCAA1 - 9 days ago  
No. 15 DePaul women rally to beat Green Bay 73-64 - NCAA1 - 9 days ago  
Carter leads No. 20 Texas A&M women to 65-54 win over Rice - NCAA1 - 11 days ago  
Mustangs share the wealth in exhibition win - NAIA - 13 days ago  
Butler women top Tabor 72-27 in home opener to stay undefeated - JUCO - 13 days ago  
Sabrina Ionescu and Asia Durr headline AP preseason All-America team - NCAA1 - 17 days ago  
WNBA Issues Statement Regarding WNBPA Opting out of Collective Bargaining Agreement - WNBA - 17 days ago  
2018-2019 NCAAW top story lines - NCAA1 - 18 days ago  
Dorshimer Picked as Preseason All-American - NCAA3 - 19 days ago  
JWU Women's Basketball Tabbed to Finish 8th in SCAC - JUCO - 19 days ago  
Alabama Uses Balanced Attack to Defeat Faulkner, 100-44, in First Exhibition of the Season - NAIA - 25 days ago  
Bay Path University Names Kirk Murad Head Women's Basketball Coach - NCAA3 - 30 days ago  
WNBA Standings
Eastern
 1. Atlanta D. 23-11 
 2. Washington M. 21-12 
 3. Connecticut S. 21-13 
 4. Chicago S. 13-21 
 5. New York L. 7-27 
 6. Indiana F. 6-28 
Western
 1. Seattle S. 26-8 
 2. Phoenix M. 20-14 
 3. L.Angeles S. 19-15 
 4. Minnesota L. 18-16 
 5. Dallas W. 15-19 
 6. Las Vegas Aces 14-19 
Daily Leaders

 Sydney STEWART
  Memorial
  (175-G-)
  Points: 35
 1. Stewart, Memorial35 
 2. Brown, Cape Breton31 
 3. McDonald, Acadia31 
 4. Giles, Regina31 
 5. Grant, Lakehead30 
 Leashja GRANT
  Lakehead
  (188-F-94)
  Rebounds: 24
 1. Grant, Lakehead24 
 2. Louka, UNBC18 
 3. Korol, UBC Okana.18 
 4. Claggett, UFV18 
 5. Keith, Lethbridge15 
 Jordon HAGGERTY
  TRU
  (-G-)
  Assists: 11
 1. Haggerty, TRU11 
 2. Tatti, Brock10 
 3. Kleisinger, Regina
 4. Mackay, St.Franc.
 5. Uwayesu, Windsor

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