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UConn women's basketball alumnae continue to dominate the court in US vs Canada game

RIO DE JANEIRO — Maya Moore scored 12 points, and the U.S. routed Canada 81-51 Friday to clinch Group B in women’s basketball.

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Geno Auriemma: 'We live in that Trumpian era where it’s okay to be sexist and degrade people that are good'

Geno Auriemma and the US women’s basketball team are being asked a question that comes with a sickening feeling of deja-vu after the team steamrolled the competition at the start of the Rio Olympics: Is it bad for the sport to have a team so dominant? 560 more words

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The Women’s USA Basketball Team Is Even More Dominant Than The Men

While Team USA basketball remains a brand that most more readily associate with men, the women half of gold-grabbing hoopsters is quietly compiling one of the most impressive resumes in the history of international team sports. 190 more words

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Top 10 must-see Olympic events

With the opening ceremonies for the Rio Olympics getting underway on Friday night, I thought I would take the time to break down the top 10 must-see events you should be marking your calendars for over the next couple of weeks.  766 more words

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Montana women's basketball coach Robin Selvig retires

MISSOULA, Mont.  — Montana women’s basketball coach Robin Selvig announced his retirement Wednesday after 38 years at the school.

Selvig, who turns 64 next month, announced the decision on the university’s website, saying he will be at the school until the end of August. 617 more words

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Montana women's basketball coach retiring after 38 seasons

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Montana women’s basketball coach Robin Selvig has yelled at his last referee, called his last time-out and confounded his last opponent. 448 more words

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Pat Summitt remembered for achievements on, off court

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Pat Summitt was remembered as a loving mother, a loyal friend and a tireless fighter as well as a champion coach Thursday in a public ceremony honoring the person who built the Tennessee women’s basketball dynasty. 2,279 more words

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