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Saying it again.....but really like what she has shown this year. Has a complete game. It will bode well for her coming into the college game.

 

It's not predictable how she'll do....but....her game will fit in real well with Coach Amy's schemes.

 

When she adjusts for the speed of the college game...and I think she will quickly ....look out fans.  :D

 

 

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19 hours ago, Bugeaters1 said:

 

 

"Close out week three"......

 

It looks like the girls are working hard !  Increasing stamina, and adding some hard earned muscle tone.

 

So how long does summer practice last ?  Anyone know? 

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Found this under NCAA rules. There's probably more...but I have other things to get done today.

 

FALL PRACTICE:

The 2017 Council also introduced legislation that would change the women’s basketball first practice date to 42 days before the team’s first competition, allowing 42 days to complete 30 practices. 

 

SUMMER

17.1.7.2.1.5.1 Basketball. In basketball, a student-athlete who is enrolled in summer school may engage in required weight-training, conditioning and skill-related instruction for up to eight weeks (not required to be consecutive weeks). A student athlete who is enrolled in at least three degree-applicable (pursuant to Bylaw 14.4.3.1.7) credit hours in one summer term that is fewer than eight weeks in duration may engage in required weight-training, conditioning and skill-related instruction for up to eight weeks (not required to be consecutive weeks). Participation in such activities shall be limited to a maximum of eight hours per week with not more than four hours per week spent on skill-related instruction

Edited by redsteve

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