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Atlanta Dream Elizabeth Williams post-game presser 8.28.16

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Atlanta Dream player Elizabeth Williams following her team’s 87-73 home win over the Connecticut Sun on Aug. 28. She scored 16 points and grabbed a game-high nine rebounds in the victory. 16 more words

Reck on the Road: Elizabeth WIlliams

At just 23-years-old, Elizabeth Williams has been around the world playing basketball. She has a degree from Duke University, two state championships from Princess Anne High School, and now she is playing her second season in the WNBA for the Atlanta Dream. 30 more words

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Elizabeth Williams Named to 2016 USA Select Team #wnba #atlantadream #usabasketball

Release from the Atlanta Dream:

Atlanta Dream center Elizabeth Williams has been named to the 11-member 2016 USA Select Team, which was announced Monday afternoon by USA Basketball officials. 485 more words

LA - Search continues for missing teenager | shreveporttimes.com

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s office continues its search for a girl who has been missing since last month.

Elizabeth Recandis Williams, 16, left her Belcher home June 13 and is now thought to be in the area of Lakeside and Booker T. 18 more words

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LA - Help CPSO locate missing teen | ArkLaTexHomepage

CADDO PARISH, La. – The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office needs your help finding a missing teenager.

Elizabeth Recandis Williams, 16, left her Belcher home on June 13 and is now thought to be in the area of Lakeside/Booker T. 8 more words

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Backdoor Cut: @atlantadream Elizabeth Williams @E_Williams_1 interview 6.7.16 #wnba

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Atlanta Dream post player Elizabeth Williams following her team’s practice on June 7 for an exclusive interview. Topics with the second-year player out of Duke includes her adjustment as a new member of the Dream, the team’s strong start to the season, her individual success and her increased responsibilities with the absence of teammate… 51 more words

CT Sun Frontcourt Analysis

Last year the front-court of the Connecticut Sun was lead by the WNBA’s Most Improved Player, Kelsey Bone. Tina Charles’ replacement logged 961 minutes in 34 games. 858 more words

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