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Re: WBB 2012-13: (7-5, 0-1) 12/30 @ St. Bonaventure 1pm

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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:35 PM

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Yet another turnover
37 seconds left
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:37 PM

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loller ... lose this one and Harper shouldn't make the trip home
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:38 PM

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Another turnover (actually a tackle) and a SB 3
68-66 with 18 seconds left
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:39 PM

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Foul with 16.9
on the verge of a monumental choke
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:40 PM

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Pack misses FT but Burke rebounds and scores
Pack will escape
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:41 PM

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70-66 final
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:41 PM

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Ms. Harper needs to teach her team how to hit free throws.  ACC opponents will crucify us if we shoot free throws as poorly as we did at the end of this game.
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Posted: 12/30/2012 2:42 PM

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Typical Wolfpack win... but I'll take it.
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Posted: 12/30/2012 3:38 PM

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Ralph will work primarily with the guards in her new role at UConn after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s basketball staff at the University of Pittsburgh. She will also assist in all facets of recruiting and player development.


During her tenure at Pittsburgh, Ralph was instrumental in the program achieving unprecedented success as the Panthers posted at least 22 wins in each of her last three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Regional round for the first time in its history in 2008. Ralph’s main focus was the development of Pittsburgh’s guards. She was also heavily involved with the team’s conditioning program, individual workouts and scouting.


As a prep player, Ralph was chosen as the National High School Player of the Year while at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, N.C.

 


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Posted: 12/30/2012 4:16 PM

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EasternNCstyleBBQueWolf wrote:


Ralph will work primarily with the guards in her new role at UConn after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s basketball staff at the University of Pittsburgh. She will also assist in all facets of recruiting and player development.


During her tenure at Pittsburgh, Ralph was instrumental in the program achieving unprecedented success as the Panthers posted at least 22 wins in each of her last three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Regional round for the first time in its history in 2008. Ralph’s main focus was the development of Pittsburgh’s guards. She was also heavily involved with the team’s conditioning program, individual workouts and scouting.


As a prep player, Ralph was chosen as the National High School Player of the Year while at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, N.C.

 

I was hoping we would go after Shea the last time we had an opening. One of the best-ever high school girls' players I have ever seen. Saw her score 51 in an Eastern Regional game when she was a senior.
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Posted: 12/30/2012 4:34 PM

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We were outplayed in the second half by an inferior team. In the first half were were able to use our size on the inside to our advantage. We did well shooting the ball close to the basket, but their interior defense did not offer much resistence. Our guards were able to penetrate more than usual because their defense was not capable of stopping us like most teams. But our ball handling again was generally horrendous and the decision making was very poor at times. Also, the opponents were able to shoot a lot of uncontested three point shots, while our outside shooting was not good. I thought our coaching was not good during this game. I saw no real attempt to correct problems when they became very obvious. It seemed like we were just content to play out the game believing our size advantage inside would be all we needed. It almost cost us the game. We play like that against any ACC team and we will have big problems.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:37 AM

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Wow. When I stopped watching the game, Pack was decidedly in control. Seniorwolf, Thanks for a synopsis about what happened that allowed the Bonnies to get back in it. 

Thank you, Kody Burke. I really like her as a player and as a person. She represents the Pack well on and off the court.

GoPack.com story: Burke Leads Pack to Victory Over Bonnies

Reminder that the Pack takes on Duke Thursday at 7 p.m. in Reynolds. My prediction: Duke builds a big lead early, Pack fights back and pulls the score within single digits before Duke completely runs away it in the second half.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:42 AM

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seniorwolf60 wrote: We were outplayed in the second half by an inferior team. In the first half were were able to use our size on the inside to our advantage. We did well shooting the ball close to the basket, but their interior defense did not offer much resistence. Our guards were able to penetrate more than usual because their defense was not capable of stopping us like most teams. But our ball handling again was generally horrendous and the decision making was very poor at times. Also, the opponents were able to shoot a lot of uncontested three point shots, while our outside shooting was not good. I thought our coaching was not good during this game. I saw no real attempt to correct problems when they became very obvious. It seemed like we were just content to play out the game believing our size advantage inside would be all we needed. It almost cost us the game. We play like that against any ACC team and we will have big problems.
This is what I've been noticing the past two seasons: in-game adjustments are sub-par.

Rob Clough, publisher of ACC Women's Basketball Digest, wrote a piece for Full Court about how the ACC teams are doing so far: The ACC recipe for success, team by team

A summary of what he says about NC State: Pack in the bottom tier of ACC teams. Harper is on the hot seat. The offense is awkward. And the defense can't stop penetration. Full write-up here

Nothing surprising about his comments about State. What is surprising about the ACC teams so far, to me, has been how FSU has quickly bounced back from last season's poor showing. Clough has the Noles in the top tier only behind Duke and Maryland at this point in the season. If FSU can finish ACC play in Top 3, Semrau should get ACC Coach of the Year. Talk about a coach who made some changes that are paying off.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:56 AM

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EasternNCstyleBBQueWolf wrote:


Ralph will work primarily with the guards in her new role at UConn after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s basketball staff at the University of Pittsburgh. She will also assist in all facets of recruiting and player development.


During her tenure at Pittsburgh, Ralph was instrumental in the program achieving unprecedented success as the Panthers posted at least 22 wins in each of her last three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Regional round for the first time in its history in 2008. Ralph’s main focus was the development of Pittsburgh’s guards. She was also heavily involved with the team’s conditioning program, individual workouts and scouting.


As a prep player, Ralph was chosen as the National High School Player of the Year while at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, N.C.

 

I remember her at UCONN; helluva player.  Is there any substance to the great looks?  Can she recruit?  I mean being at UCONN doesn't require you to be a great recruiter; the program recruits itself. 

What's the difference between her and Kellie Harper?  At least KH had a reputable body of work.  I do know one major similarity is both played for and/or apprenticed under a coaching legend.  As we've learned, it takes more than that to be successful.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:09 AM

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Bryanth1a wrote:
EasternNCstyleBBQueWolf wrote:


Ralph will work primarily with the guards in her new role at UConn after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s basketball staff at the University of Pittsburgh. She will also assist in all facets of recruiting and player development.


During her tenure at Pittsburgh, Ralph was instrumental in the program achieving unprecedented success as the Panthers posted at least 22 wins in each of her last three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Regional round for the first time in its history in 2008. Ralph’s main focus was the development of Pittsburgh’s guards. She was also heavily involved with the team’s conditioning program, individual workouts and scouting.


As a prep player, Ralph was chosen as the National High School Player of the Year while at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, N.C.

 

I remember her at UCONN; helluva player.  Is there any substance to the great looks?  Can she recruit?  I mean being at UCONN doesn't require you to be a great recruiter; the program recruits itself. 

What's the difference between her and Kellie Harper?  At least KH had a reputable body of work.  I do know one major similarity is both played for and/or apprenticed under a coaching legend.  As we've learned, it takes more than that to be successful.
I agree with Bry. Ralph is no sure thing -- and just because she was the greatest female player to come out of North Carolina doesn't mean she'll be a good head coach. Ralph would be a gamble much like Harper was. And second, I'm not sure Ralph would even be interested in the gig and coming back to North Carolina.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:20 AM

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loneycafe wrote:
seniorwolf60 wrote: We were outplayed in the second half by an inferior team. In the first half were were able to use our size on the inside to our advantage. We did well shooting the ball close to the basket, but their interior defense did not offer much resistence. Our guards were able to penetrate more than usual because their defense was not capable of stopping us like most teams. But our ball handling again was generally horrendous and the decision making was very poor at times. Also, the opponents were able to shoot a lot of uncontested three point shots, while our outside shooting was not good. I thought our coaching was not good during this game. I saw no real attempt to correct problems when they became very obvious. It seemed like we were just content to play out the game believing our size advantage inside would be all we needed. It almost cost us the game. We play like that against any ACC team and we will have big problems.
This is what I've been noticing the past two seasons: in-game adjustments are sub-par.

the turnovers and decision making seems to me to an annual problem, it does not seem to matter who is the primary ball handler.

FB prediction (2010) 3-9, 1-7 (2011) 5-7, 2-6 (2012) 7-5, 4-4, (2013) 7-5, 4-4
MBB prediction: (2010-11) 21-9,10-6 (2011-12) 19-12, 7-9 (2012-13) 24-7,12-6


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Posted: 12/31/2012 4:44 PM

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How in the world did she go from Fayetteville to Pitt?  Special family connection, or was mama driving around a blue and gold F350?
PACK 85 wrote:
EasternNCstyleBBQueWolf wrote:


Ralph will work primarily with the guards in her new role at UConn after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s basketball staff at the University of Pittsburgh. She will also assist in all facets of recruiting and player development.


During her tenure at Pittsburgh, Ralph was instrumental in the program achieving unprecedented success as the Panthers posted at least 22 wins in each of her last three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Regional round for the first time in its history in 2008. Ralph’s main focus was the development of Pittsburgh’s guards. She was also heavily involved with the team’s conditioning program, individual workouts and scouting.


As a prep player, Ralph was chosen as the National High School Player of the Year while at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, N.C.

 

I was hoping we would go after Shea the last time we had an opening. One of the best-ever high school girls' players I have ever seen. Saw her score 51 in an Eastern Regional game when she was a senior.


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Posted: 12/31/2012 4:52 PM

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Yeah, I agree that has been a problem the past few years.

And it's probably unfair for me to say the in-game adjustments have been sub-par. I'm thinking in particular when another team makes a run. There are times, when another team is on a run, that I'll look over at the bench, and it looks like she's wearing a face that says, "I don't know what to do."

And I see that my title ranking thing-a-ming has been changed to "I'm so 'loney.'" cool.


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loneycafe wrote:
seniorwolf60 wrote: We were outplayed in the second half by an inferior team. In the first half were were able to use our size on the inside to our advantage. We did well shooting the ball close to the basket, but their interior defense did not offer much resistence. Our guards were able to penetrate more than usual because their defense was not capable of stopping us like most teams. But our ball handling again was generally horrendous and the decision making was very poor at times. Also, the opponents were able to shoot a lot of uncontested three point shots, while our outside shooting was not good. I thought our coaching was not good during this game. I saw no real attempt to correct problems when they became very obvious. It seemed like we were just content to play out the game believing our size advantage inside would be all we needed. It almost cost us the game. We play like that against any ACC team and we will have big problems.
This is what I've been noticing the past two seasons: in-game adjustments are sub-par.

the turnovers and decision making seems to me to an annual problem, it does not seem to matter who is the primary ball handler.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 4:53 PM

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Here's the only line from the assessment linked below you need to read:

"At the other end, State repeatedly gets sucked in by a penetrating guard, a simple screen and a player cutting to the wing or corner for an open three. This is again a matter of communication, and the team isn't working hard enough to prevent what should be fairly simple plays from working against it."

Dead Woman Walking.

loneycafe wrote:
seniorwolf60 wrote: We were outplayed in the second half by an inferior team. In the first half were were able to use our size on the inside to our advantage. We did well shooting the ball close to the basket, but their interior defense did not offer much resistence. Our guards were able to penetrate more than usual because their defense was not capable of stopping us like most teams. But our ball handling again was generally horrendous and the decision making was very poor at times. Also, the opponents were able to shoot a lot of uncontested three point shots, while our outside shooting was not good. I thought our coaching was not good during this game. I saw no real attempt to correct problems when they became very obvious. It seemed like we were just content to play out the game believing our size advantage inside would be all we needed. It almost cost us the game. We play like that against any ACC team and we will have big problems.
This is what I've been noticing the past two seasons: in-game adjustments are sub-par.

Rob Clough, publisher of ACC Women's Basketball Digest, wrote a piece for Full Court about how the ACC teams are doing so far: The ACC recipe for success, team by team

A summary of what he says about NC State: Pack in the bottom tier of ACC teams. Harper is on the hot seat. The offense is awkward. And the defense can't stop penetration. Full write-up here

Nothing surprising about his comments about State. What is surprising about the ACC teams so far, to me, has been how FSU has quickly bounced back from last season's poor showing. Clough has the Noles in the top tier only behind Duke and Maryland at this point in the season. If FSU can finish ACC play in Top 3, Semrau should get ACC Coach of the Year. Talk about a coach who made some changes that are paying off.


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Posted: 1/1/2013 2:05 PM

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Bryanth1a wrote:
EasternNCstyleBBQueWolf wrote:


Ralph will work primarily with the guards in her new role at UConn after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s basketball staff at the University of Pittsburgh. She will also assist in all facets of recruiting and player development.


During her tenure at Pittsburgh, Ralph was instrumental in the program achieving unprecedented success as the Panthers posted at least 22 wins in each of her last three seasons and advanced to the NCAA Regional round for the first time in its history in 2008. Ralph’s main focus was the development of Pittsburgh’s guards. She was also heavily involved with the team’s conditioning program, individual workouts and scouting.


As a prep player, Ralph was chosen as the National High School Player of the Year while at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, N.C.

 

I remember her at UCONN; helluva player.  Is there any substance to the great looks?  Can she recruit?  I mean being at UCONN doesn't require you to be a great recruiter; the program recruits itself. 

What's the difference between her and Kellie Harper?  At least KH had a reputable body of work.  I do know one major similarity is both played for and/or apprenticed under a coaching legend.  As we've learned, it takes more than that to be successful.
Ralph is also strongly rumored to be a top candidate as Geno's replacement when the time comes. Geno is pushing 60. Could he decide to step down when UCONN surpasses UT NCAA championship record? They don't need many more to accomplish that. I would rather not deal with that. I would like someone who sees NCSU as a destination job.

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Posted: 1/1/2013 2:10 PM

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KarNCSU wrote:
rexpack71 wrote:
seniorwolf60 wrote:
rexpack71 wrote: How many women are coaches in MBB even at the assistant level? Isn't that discrimination?
But some of them are athletic directors, who are the bosses.
Isn't it true that athletic directors hire head coaches and head coaches hire assistants? Women aren't being hired as assistant coaches so they aren't being given the opportunity to gain the experience necessary to become head coaches.

How many blacks are coaches in sports in general? How many Asians are coaches in MBB even at the assistant level? Isn't that discrimination? ...What I'm gettin at is that can be said about a lot of different races and you are right, not many women have coaching positions but IMO, the most qualified person, race or gender aside, should be hired.

I would agree in a perfect world. Do women have any coaching jobs in MBB? At least black guys (not sure about Asian) are being given chances. Women are being shut out. That concerns me. It doesn't seem fair.

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Posted: 1/1/2013 2:46 PM

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The only woman I know that served as an assistant in men's basketball was Bernadette Locke-Mattox, who was an assistant at Kentucky (under Rick Pitino?? Not sure about that, tho and am too lazy to look it up). After two or three seasons, she was asked to take the head coaching job for the women's team...did not do so well and left after a few seasons.

Update: I did look it up and sure enough, she was an assistant under Pitino from 1990-1994, then served as head women's coach at Kentucky for 8 seasons!! I didn't realize she lasted that long. She went 91-135 in her 8 years, 28-79 in the SEC and made the NCAA Tournament once, in 1998-99, advancing to the second round.

At present, she is an assistant coach with the WNBA's Connecticut Sun.


Life is under no obligation to give us what we expect. -- Margaret Mitchell.

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LETTERL wrote: The only woman I know that served as an assistant in men's basketball was Bernadette Locke-Mattox, who was an assistant at Kentucky (under Rick Pitino?? Not sure about that, tho and am too lazy to look it up). After two or three seasons, she was asked to take the head coaching job for the women's team...did not do so well and left after a few seasons.

Update: I did look it up and sure enough, she was an assistant under Pitino from 1990-1994, then served as head women's coach at Kentucky for 8 seasons!! I didn't realize she lasted that long. She went 91-135 in her 8 years, 28-79 in the SEC and made the NCAA Tournament once, in 1998-99, advancing to the second round.

At present, she is an assistant coach with the WNBA's Connecticut Sun.
Not college, but Nancy Lieberman coached the mens NBDL Texas Legends team for about two years. She is now assistant GM for the franchise.
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Shea Ralph has always been a looker. If I remember correctly we recruited her but her Mom went to unc so we thought she may end up there. Better a Husky than a hole.

 

So I guess we will find out more about where we are at on Thursday night when the Duke squad will be in Reynolds. I will be there.

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Posted: 1/2/2013 3:31 PM

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I may be heading over to Raleigh tomorrow--where is the best place to park for the game?  Parking deck?
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Posted: 1/2/2013 3:41 PM

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ibmotu wrote: I may be heading over to Raleigh tomorrow--where is the best place to park for the game?  Parking deck?
that should work. classes do not start until January 7

FB prediction (2010) 3-9, 1-7 (2011) 5-7, 2-6 (2012) 7-5, 4-4, (2013) 7-5, 4-4
MBB prediction: (2010-11) 21-9,10-6 (2011-12) 19-12, 7-9 (2012-13) 24-7,12-6


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JesseBolt wrote:

Shea Ralph has always been a looker. If I remember correctly we recruited her but her Mom went to unc so we thought she may end up there. Better a Husky than a hole.

 

So I guess we will find out more about where we are at on Thursday night when the Duke squad will be in Reynolds. I will be there.

good luck to the team - they'll need it!
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Posted: 1/2/2013 4:47 PM

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www.gopack.com/sports/w-baskbl.../010213aaa.html

Game #14: NC State (8-5, 0-1 ACC) vs. No 3/4 Duke (11-0, 1-0 ACC)
Thursday, Jan. 3 • 7 p.m. ET
Raleigh, N.C. • Reynolds Coliseum

TV: ESPN3
TV Crew: Patrick Kinas and Sean McNally

Radio: 88.1 FM WKNC
Radio Crew: Chris Edwards and Paige Woodard

Thursday is also Dads and Kids Night. All dads and kids will be invited onto the floor after the game for a shootaround.

FB prediction (2010) 3-9, 1-7 (2011) 5-7, 2-6 (2012) 7-5, 4-4, (2013) 7-5, 4-4
MBB prediction: (2010-11) 21-9,10-6 (2011-12) 19-12, 7-9 (2012-13) 24-7,12-6


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wolfer79 wrote: www.gopack.com/sports/w-baskbl.../010213aaa.html

Game #14: NC State (8-5, 0-1 ACC) vs. No 3/4 Duke (11-0, 1-0 ACC)
Thursday, Jan. 3 • 7 p.m. ET
Raleigh, N.C. • Reynolds Coliseum

TV: ESPN3
TV Crew: Patrick Kinas and Sean McNally

Radio: 88.1 FM WKNC
Radio Crew: Chris Edwards and Paige Woodard

Thursday is also Dads and Kids Night. All dads and kids will be invited onto the floor after the game for a shootaround.
In other words: Please men, come to our games!
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Posted: 1/2/2013 5:42 PM

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Duke played a game (Monmouth?) a few days ago and held their opponent to 3 points for the first half. I hope the Wolfpack Women can surpass that.

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