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Newsworthy Day in NCAA Women's Basketball

posted by They're Playing Basketball
Friday, February 15, 2013 at 9:52am EST

News, opinions and game reports on girl's and women's basketball of all levels.

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Tonight's results:

North Carolina State took down #19 Florida State, 76-69.

#24 Iowa State upended #22 Oklahoma, 72-68.

#9 Kentucky had to rally to top #16 South Carolina, 78-74.

#20 Delaware beat Old Dominion for their sixteenth consecutive win.

Lots of other games still in progress at the moment.

Full scoreboard.

College news:

For Oklahoma, Play For Kay is personal.

Adversity and talent have helped Gennifer Brandon shine at Cal. What a story.

This year's seniors are stars alright, but there are several juniors waiting in the wings to take over.

The heartbeat of Penn State begins with Marisa Wolfe.

A strong finish is possible for the Colorado Buffs.

The return of Amber Stokes from injury has sparked Ohio State.

University of Washington news.

Kentucky is always taking their best shot.

Injuries have paved the way for Maryland's Chloe Pavlech.

Badger guard Morgan Paige is drawing praise for her dogged play.

Princeton has learned from Ivy League blowouts.

UTEP seeks to keep momentum on the road.

Anne Donovan, who is also 6-foot-8, on Brittney Griner.

Kara Wolters on Brittney Griner.

Former Lady Vol Paula Towns Jones passed away last weekend.

Pro news:

Nnemkadi Ogwumike's dominating performances in Poland this winter have made her a EuroLeague favorite.

Kristi Toliver scored a season best 28 points to lead Dynamo Moscow to the EuroCup final.

The Atlanta Dream has re-signed Aneika Henry and signed Le'Coe Willingham.

Former WNBA star Olympia Scott will be featured at a weekend winter festival.

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