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 1. Notre Dame 3-0 
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 Aarion MCDONALD
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 2. Durr, Louisville28.5 
 3. Anigwe, California25.5 
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 5. Hristova, Washingt.24.0 
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 Taiye BELLO
  Minnesota
  (188-F-)
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 Haley GORECKI
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 3. Jackson, Tennessee4.0 
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 7. Harris, Houston3.7 
 8. Edwards, Clemson3.7 
 9. Burton, Northwes.3.5 
 10. Gutierrez, Tulane3.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Teaira MCCOWAN
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  Avg: 5.3
 1. McCowan, Mississi.5.3 
 2. Zezza, St.Franc.4.5 
 3. Austin, Maryland3.8 
 4. Aiyeotan, Virginia3.7 
 5. Gustafson, Iowa3.5 
 6. Cain, Nebraska3.3 
 7. Ewodo, Cal-Riverside3.0 
 8. Saxton, S.Carolina3.0 
 9. Smith, Missouri3.0 
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Pacific adds Loretta Kakala for 2019-20 season - Oct 18, 2018


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Pacific women's basketball announced the addition of a highly touted transfer today in former Louisville center Loretta Kakala (6'2''-C). Kakala was a five-star recruit out of Manteca High School as well as a McDonald's All-American selection. The 6'3 versatile post player was ranked as the No. 25 player in her recruiting class and the No. 2 player at her position. Kakala will join the Tigers as a sophomore and is eligible to play in the 2019-20 season. "Honestly, it feels as though Loretta is coming home. Her accolades speak for themselves, but because we've known Loretta since her high school days, her addition to the team will truly be like a homecoming of sorts," Pacific head coach Bradley Davis said. "This is exciting for our program. We feel as though we've continued to build and strengthen Pacific Women's Basketball over the past few years, and the addition of Loretta is another great addition to our Pacific family that should have our fans excited for the present and future." Last season, Kakala appeared in the first four games of the season for Louisville before redshirting. She played a season-high 16 minutes against Murray State with six points and four rebounds. She pulled down a season-high five boards against Toledo. Despite redshirting early in the season, Kakala was there for every step of Louisville's Final Four run last season, an experience that could prove to be invaluable going forward for her as well as the Tigers. Kakala cited an urge to return home as her reason for leaving the Cardinals and thanked her former program and coaches for the opportunity to play at Louisville in a post on social media. "Obviously, Loretta was recruited to Louisville with the future in mind. While I'm sure they didn't want to see her go, I know from our communication, coach Walz was remarkably helpful and supportive of Loretta in her desire to be closer to family and home, and doing what she felt was best for her at this time," Davis added. Kakala put together the best career in Manteca High School history before leaving for Louisville. She was the school's first McDonald's All-American as well as an All-State selection. As a senior, she averaged a double-double with 15.6 points, 12 rebounds as well as two blocks. As a junior, she averaged 16 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. Kakala originally chose Louisville over programs such as Washington, UCLA, Cal, Arizona State, Georgia Tech and Utah following the completion of her senior season at Manteca High School.
Courtesy of: pacifictigers.com   




Asia Durr
Durr helps No. 5 Louisville run past Boise State - 9 hours ago
Louisville is fast building a reputation for its bursts to start the third quarter. And Monday night, the Cardinals needed one in the worst way after slogging through the first half. Holding a 31-28 tenuous halftime lead, the fifth-ranked Cardinals utilized a 17-3 third-quarter run to race past Boise State 74-55. 'In the first half, we were just standing around and watching,' Louisville coach Jeff Walz said. 'But the first play of the second half for us started on a breakaway for a layup....   [read more]

Frankie
Wurtz
Green Bay women beat No. 16 Missouri for first win of season - 3 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...   [read more]
No. 9 prospect Rickea Jackson commits to Mississippi State - 4 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...   [read more]


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Sanjana Ramesh joins Northern Arizona University to become only the second Indian woman in NCAA D1 Basketball - 5 days ago  
No. 18 Syracuse beats 20th-ranked Texas A&M 75-65 - 5 days ago  
Maryland women's basketball beats Dayton, 82-71 - 8 days ago  
EspnW's 25 best players in women's college basketball - 10 days ago  
Sabrina Ionescu is espnW's preseason player of the year - 10 days ago  
No. 15 DePaul women rally to beat Green Bay 73-64 - 10 days ago  
Carter leads No. 20 Texas A&M women to 65-54 win over Rice - 12 days ago  
Sabrina Ionescu and Asia Durr headline AP preseason All-America team - 18 days ago  
2018-2019 NCAAW top story lines - 19 days ago  
Pacific adds Loretta Kakala for 2019-20 season - 1 month ago  
Nevada's Levens signs new five-year contract - 2 months ago  
Jama Sharp Named Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Virginia - 2 months ago  
Marist Promotes Erin Doughty To Associate Head Coach - 3 months ago  
Jerry DeGregorio added to Clemson Women's Basketball Staff - 3 months ago  
Taleya Mayberry Named Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Tulsa - 3 months ago  
UT Lady Vols: Holly Warlick says she has signed a contract extension through 2021-22 - 3 months ago  
Chicago State: Misty Opat named head coach - 3 months ago  
FGCU adds transfer from Quinnipiac: 5-11 guard/forward Brittany Johnson - 3 months ago  
Dillon agrees to multi-year contract extension at Drexel - 4 months ago  
Excitement on The Hilltop Builds, Goodenbour Signs Multi-Year Extension - 4 months ago  
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