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    Who will win the Big Ten

    double that--------imo, maryland has that "program changer" coming in this season. odds she will be a huge addition and make immediate impact. also, commits for 2019: hoopgurlz #3 Ashley Owusu 5'9" point guard from Va #20 Diamond Miller 6'1" guard from NJ #37 Zoe Young 5'10" guard from Iowa
  2. http://daily-iowan.com/2018/07/04/hawkeye-womens-basketball-eyes-offensive-diversity/
  3. your welcome! yes, the Wiscy part i posted was really the only thing worth reading so, i just stuck that on the board. think caveman is on the right path with his comment on iowa.
  4. "Tsipis kicks off his third season at Wisconsin in 2018-19, returning four starters and nine letterwinners. UW will return nearly 74 percent of its points (1,343 of 1,819) and more than 76 percent (820 of 1,073) of its rebounds this season. Marsha Howard earned honorable mention All-Big Ten honors last season after leading the Badgers with 6.9 rebounds per game while ranking second with 12.4 points per game.Tsipis also welcomes in one of the best freshmen classes in UW history, including three top-100 players. The Badgers bring in Carmen Backes, a 6-1 wing from Lindstrom, Minnesota; Jasmine Hale, a 5-9 wing from Cincinnati, Ohio; Diamond Bragg, a 5-9 guard from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; Imani Lewis, a 6-1 forward from Willingboro, New Jersey; and Maia Caito, a 6-4 post from Cranston, Rhode Island."
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    Isabelle Bourne 2019

    https://twitter.com/CoachLove85/status/1012730121306955777
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    Isabelle Bourne 2019

    actually, her interview is from hour one. not sure how to post it from soundcloud. wouldn't accept the file when i tried it. i'm sure it is something i did. anyway, if bugs or someone can post hour one, her comment on 2019 recruiting is at approximately the 29:36 mark.
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    Isabelle Bourne 2019

    on sports nightly last night, coach sounded fairly optimistic by saying they "are close" to getting a couple other commits.........hmmmmm
  8. was listening to a "sports guy" who knows his north dakota sports talking about this kid. said she is starting to receiving lots of interest from schools as a sophomore (volleyball and basketball). he believes she will have a great shot at playing big time in either sport----just depends on which she might choose. if coach williams isn't in on this, might be worth a look, at 6'4"-----or, maybe coach cook. http://www.maxpreps.com/athlete/lauren-ware/zcDY-m8AEea-8KA2nzwbTA/default.htm
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    2018-2019 Roster

    one of my favorite pics of RB-------from her freshman season.
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    2018-2019 Roster

    i'm going to guess Mershon will get a shot at playing some post. she is listed at 6'2"-3"---depends which article one is reading. wouldn't be a surprise to see Mershon, Verbeek, and Mitchell get a lot of work there. Once things start rolling, Mitchell may get the most minutes. this news is making me a bit nervous about RB.
  11. Matt Coatney will be on at approx 7:05 if you want to check it out. Oooops (6-11) first time messaging from phone, fat fingers!
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    Isabelle Bourne 2019

    nice......................very nice!
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    2018-2019 Roster

    should that transpire, the roster would be down to 11?......plus, there is still that big "?" hanging over the minutes RB will be able to provide. just don't think fans can expect much more from RB than what we saw last season. staying healthy for the rest of the squad next season could be huge. the young ones will be on a fast learning curve.
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    Minnesota Fans

    Per a source, former 2018 Washington State signees Elena and Katerina Tsineke are considering between either playing professionally in Greece or considering colleges such as Oregon, Minnesota, Oklahoma, or Syracuse. 6:07 AM - May 13, 2018 (according to a tweet by skinhoops86)
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    2020...

    just curious if anyone has any info (re: husker interest) on Caitlin Clark, 5'10" (or 5'11", depending) pg from Iowa. i see she is ranked #2 on hoopgurlz, #3 on blue star, and #4 on prospects nation. her bio on one sight listed "no schools available". i am sure she has all the "eyes" from the usual top ranked schools upon her. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOo38Ppx-As
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    Ohio state

    ...lol
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    Minnesota Fans

    fwiw, just caught an interview with a well respected twin cities sports journalist (no, not sid hartman )---stated whalen is quickly finding out her gopher coaching position needs her full time attention and expects this will be her last season as a minnesota lynx player.
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    Minnesota Fans

    thought this was an interesting read about new gopher coach whalen: Lindsay said she's contacting Dawn Staley for advice. They should discuss Lisa Boyer's role as Staley's long time assistant. You just need to find someone like Boyer.https://www.postandcourier.com/staff...12cc30958.html Lisa Boyer is ferociously intense, so listen up. “This is not for the faint-hearted,” said Boyer, the associate head coach/enforcer within Dawn Staley’s South Carolina basketball juggernaut and a Staley confidant since 1996. “You have to put people under pressure if you expect them to perform under pressure.” Boyer, Ithaca College Class of 1979, has been coaching since 1981. The Ogdensburg, N.Y., native has been a head coach (at Converse and Bradley) and has coached with Staley for 13 years. “I know exactly what Dawn likes,” Boyer said. “I know what it’s supposed to look like.”http://www.gamecocksonline.com/sport...er_lisa00.html"Having Lisa on our staff says a lot because she could be a head coach in her own right," Staley said. "I strive for perfection. If you don't have the knowledge to accomplish perfection, then you get somebody who has that knowledge to pass it along to you. When I started in coaching, Lisa was that person for me. I wore her down because I knew I needed her. I trust her with my life, and I knew I could trust her with my career, not just as a coach, but as an administrator, a manager and overall as a person." Boyer helped Staley lead Temple to five NCAA Tournaments and three Atlantic 10 Tournament titles in six seasons. She also keyed the recruitment of two players that would go on to be Temple's first WNBA First-Round Draft Picks. In 2005, the Owls became the first team in A-10 history to go undefeated in the regular season when they posted a 16-0 mark in league play. That team went on to capture its second-straight A-10 Tournament championship and finished the season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament with a school-record 28 wins. Prior to falling in the second-round game against Rutgers, Temple had rattled off 25 consecutive victories, the nation's longest winning streak of any men's or women's team that season. Prior to her stint at Temple, Boyer spent six seasons coaching in first the ABL and then the WNBA. She began her career at the professional level in 1996 as the head coach of the Richmond (later Philadelphia) Rage. After guiding her first team to a 21-19 record, Boyer welcomed the arrival of Staley to the 1997 squad. Boyer left the Rage to take an assistant coach position with the WNBA's Cleveland Rockers in 1998. During her five years with the club, the Rockers advanced to the WNBA semifinals (1998) and the conference final (2000). As part of her work with the Rockers, Boyer had the opportunity to serve on John Lucas' Cleveland Cavaliers' staff in 2001-02, becoming the first woman on an NBA coaching staff. Boyer took the position with the Rage after 10 seasons as Bradley University's head coach. With a 100 percent graduation rate throughout her tenure, she guided the Braves to a 15-13 record in her first season (1986-87). Boyer also posted winning records in 1989-90 (16-12) and 1991-92 (17-11) before leaving the program following the 1995-96 season. In her final four seasons at Bradley, she also served as the department's senior women's administrator and compliance coordinator. Bradley was not Boyer's first head coaching stop, however. She led Converse in 1982-83, just one year after getting her start in coaching as an assistant at Davidson. Following her single season at Converse, Boyer served as an assistant coach for one season at East Carolina, Miami (Ohio) and Virginia Tech, respectively. A native of Ogdensburg, N.Y., Boyer was a standout forward for Ithaca College, from which she graduated with a bachelor of science degree in 1979. She also earned a master of education degree from UNC Greensboro in 1982. For her 30+ years in coaching and shaping both professional and collegiate players, Boyer's alma mater honored her with induction into the Ithaca College Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014.
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    Minnesota Fans

    there is some trepidation coming from some gopher fans-----yet, the hire has brought a lot of excitement from most. geno was interviewed about the hire: http://www.startribune.com/lindsay-whalen-as-gophers-coach-geno-auriemma-s-reaction-to-mark-coyle-s-idea-wow/479652123/ btw, no coaching experience that i know of, and, no staff hired at this time---but, with her connections it may be something to watch.
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    Minnesota Fans

    yep, live in ne/sd, so a lot of goofer coverage. listen to kfan out of nd once in awhile------and, of course they have connections to goofer sports. i also stream a few of the nebraska stations when i get the opportunity. mainly 1620 though. my father was a huge gopher fan. i used to follow them (especially bb) when i was younger, but always was a huge husker football follower---and, over the past couple of decades started to follow practically all husker sports. i have a sister that met her husband at sdsu in brookings and they farm in ne/ne. his family has had football season tickets, like, forever. my sister got me turned on to husker vb. long story short, i evolved into a big husker fan.
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    Minnesota Fans

    i just happen to catch an interview with coach whalen. she said she figured at some point in her life she would have an opportunity to coach gopher wbb. she didn't expect it to be quite this soon, but, she also thought the timing was right.
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    Season ending Banquet

    i agree rb had her moments last season and i was rooting for her all the way.........but overall, it is so obvious with those knees. one thing i feel confident in, is if rb thinks she can deal with it------no doubt, fans will see her again.
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    Minnesota Fans

    kinda goes back to when they had "co" AD's (back in the 80-90's?) think things may have settled down a bit, but, they use to have some "powerful" women that really raised heck and the men and women's programs were pretty divided.
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    Season ending Banquet

    as far as Washington, wonder if the continuing shoulder issue might play a part?
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    Season ending Banquet

    i just always go back to what dlrk stated in one of his posts: paraphrasing, "not a matter of if, but, when". so, i wouldn't be completely shocked if she just can't go anymore. would be sad----but, it is what it is.
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