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Top 25 Ranking
 1 Baylor 28-1 
 2 Connecticut 28-2 
 3 Notre Dame 30-3 
 4 Mississippi St. 30-2 
 5 Louisville 29-3 
 6 Stanford 28-4 
 7 Oregon 29-4 
 8 Iowa 26-6 
 9 Maryland 28-4 
 10 NC State 26-5 
 11 Oregon St. 24-7 
 12 Syracuse 24-8 
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 16 Gonzaga 28-4 
 17 Kentucky 24-7 
 18 Marquette 26-7 
 19 Miami, FL 24-9 
 20 UCLA 20-12 
 21 Rice 25-3 
 22 Arizona St. 20-10 
 23 Texas 22-8 
 24 DePaul 26-7 
 25 Florida St. 23-8 

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Points Per Game
 Megan GUSTAFSON
  Iowa
  (190-F-)
  Avg: 27.8
 1. M.Gustafson Iowa27.8 
 2. C.Dillard Buffalo25.2 
 3. A.McDonald Arizona24.1 
 4. M.Bertsch UC Davis23.6 
 5. K.Anthony Louisian23.4 
 6. C.Carter Texas A23.3 
 7. N.Pollard Delaware22.9 
 8. S.Smith N.Colorado22.8 
 9. B.Alarie Princeton22.8 
 10. K.Anigwe California22.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Kristine ANIGWE
  California
  (193-C/F-97)
  Avg: 16.2
 1. K.Anigwe California16.2 
 2. T.McCowan Mississi13.5 
 3. M.Gustafson Iowa13.4 
 4. R.Frost Cent. M13.3 
 5. M.Hovren Army13.1 
 6. B.Plummer Appalach12.9 
 7. R.Magarity Virginia12.8 
 8. T.Bello Minnesota12.3 
 9. B.Mompremier Miami, F12.2 
 10. A.Gray Xavier11.5 
Assists Per Game
 Amy O'NEILL
  St.Fran
  (168-G-)
  Avg: 8.6
 1. A.O'Neill St.Fran8.6 
 2. T.Mangakahia Syrac8.4 
 3. S.Ionescu Oregon8.2 
 4. S.Johnson Stony B7.6 
 5. T.Cole Georgia7.0 
 6. K.Leonard Colorado6.8 
 7. K.Goth Kansas St.6.8 
 8. I.Wallen N.Alabama6.6 
 9. A.Robertson N.Mex6.6 
 10. C.Barrs Lamar6.5 
Steals Per Game
 Chastadie BARRS
  Lamar
  (173-G-97)
  Avg: 6.2
 1. C.Barrs Lamar6.2 
 2. S.Hill Gramblin4.6 
 3. A.Bates Hampton4.3 
 4. S.Karcz Loyola, MD4.2 
 5. L.Monk ECU3.9 
 6. J.Alston SSU3.6 
 7. T.Murray Kentucky3.2 
 8. E.Mattingly UM3.2 
 9. M.Weaver Butler3.2 
 10. S.Mehta Brown3.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Nancy MULKEY
  Rice
  (206-C-98)
  Avg: 3.9
 1. N.Mulkey Rice3.9 
 2. C.Fluker CS North3.6 
 3. E.Parker Pennsylv3.2 
 4. A.Harris Purdue3.1 
 5. A.Wilkinson Tenn T2.8 
 6. C.Wright Vermont2.8 
 7. S.Hamson BYU2.8 
 8. B.Alarie Princeton2.8 
 9. B.Turner Notre D2.8 
 10. S.Austin Maryland2.7 

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Pacific adds Loretta Kakala for 2019-20 season - Oct 18, 2018


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Loretta
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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   






Heather
Kearney
Kearney Named Head Women's Basketball Coach at Western Carolina - 6 days ago
Former associate head coach at High Point University and a 20-year NCAA coaching veteran, Heather Kearney has been named head women's basketball coach at Western Carolina University announced today by Director of Athletics, Randy Eaton. With experience at five different NCAA institutions in a variety of coaching roles, Kearney becomes the 12th women's basketball head coach at WCU all-time. At this time there will not be a formal press conference due to the recruiting calendar and countabl...   [read more]

Tina Langley
Rice's Tina Langley Signs New Five-Year Deal - 6 days ago
Following one of the greatest seasons in program history, Rice University Director of Athletics Joe Karlgaard announced on Thursday that women's basketball head coach Tina Langley has agreed to a new five-year contract that will run through the 2024 season. 'Tina Langley is an elite coach who has driven our women's basketball program to unprecedented heights,' Karlgaard said. 'Her success goes way beyond rankings and championships. She is a fantastic leader and molder of young women. The...   [read more]

Dolapo
Balogun
Dons Welcome Experienced Transfer Forward Balogun - 8 days ago
The University of San Francisco women's basketball program will welcome another powerful forward to its front line for 2019-20, as the Dons announced the signing of Dolapo Balogun (5'10''-F), a transfer from Southeast Missouri State University. Dolapo Balogun spent four seasons at Southeast Missouri State, including a redshirt year in 2017-18. She was a key veteran presence for the Redhawks' lineup in 2018-19, starting 14 games and making 29 appearances. She averaged 3.2 points and 2.4 re...   [read more]


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