Monthly Archives: January 2011

NCAA.com: Women’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on the Ashland University women’s swimming and diving program. It wasn’t all that long ago that Ashland University head coach Paul Graham went to practice on a daily basis hoping that his team’s home pool was still holding … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story on the Central Michigan women’s basketball program. The Chippewas top two players have both returned to the court after ACL injuries. When head coach Sue Guevara came to Central Michigan in 2007, it didn’t take long to realize … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story on Shequanta “Scoot” McGee of Mount Olive College, who has returned to the court after breaking her jaw in a household accident in October. It sounds like a normal conference player of the week release, one of hundreds … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story about Amy Heffner of Moravian, who has continued her college basketball career following the death of her mother. During her freshman year at Division II Millersville University, Amy Heffner made a fortuitous decision. Heffner had played at Parkland … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Story on Dawn Evans of James Madison University What do James Madison senior point guard Dawn Evans and seven-time NBA all-star Alonzo Mourning have in common? If it were up to Evans, the comparisons would stick to the basketball court, … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Swimming & Diving

Story on Williams-Amherst women’s swimming and diving dual meet.  This is a big athletics weekend in northwest Massachusetts. One of the nation’s oldest athletic rivalries will consume two campuses, situated about 90 minutes apart. Williams College, located in the extreme … Continue reading

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