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900 wins, WNBA transactions, high school news

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Friday, February 8, 2013 at 9:42am EST

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With North Carolina's win over Boston College, Coach Sylvia Hatchell notched her 900th win. She is only the third NCAA coach, after Pat Summitt and Jody Conradt, to attain that many wins.

Hatchell's milestone moments.

Conradt and Duke Coach Joanne P. McCallie comment.

More results:

#9 Georgia struggled, but held off Auburn, 61-58.

Ohio State beat Wisconsin in two overtimes, 65-59.

Many games in the Central and Mountain time zones are still in progress right now, and Pacific time games are about to start.

Other college news:

Nikki Greene is quietly making her mark at Penn State.

Ohio State is fighting to keep their post-season hopes alive.

Chrishauna Parker is enjoying her role as a rebounding beast for UTEP.

Iowa State's Anna Prins has joined the 1,000-point club.

Kentucky Coach Matthew Mitchell has sounded the alarm on his sluggish team.

Florida's Vicky McIntyre is consistent.

Syracuse guard Elashier Hall is featured in the "inspire" section of this month's Syracuse Woman Magazine.

Tyler Summitt talks about leaving home at a difficult time.

Freshman Moriah Jefferson and UConn have been a great match so far.

Villanova's Rachel Roberts found a perfect fit in basketball.

Katie Boone will be inducted into the Valparaiso hall of game.

Vote for the senior CLASS award - you can vote once a day.

WNBA transactions are fast and furious:

The Mystics added Ashley Corral and Avery Warley.

The Storm has signed free agents Temeka Johnson and Noelle Quinn.

Angel McCoughtry has re-signed with the Dream.

The Shock have re-signed Amber Holt, Chante Black and Courtney Paris.

San Antonio has signed Julie Wojta and Yvonnne Turner.

High school:

#2 recruit and Georgia Tech signee Kaela Davis is no longer with her high school basketball team.

UConn recruit Saniya Chong is now the leading high school scorer in New York state history.

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