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Riverdale's Anastasia Hayes commits to Tennessee

Tennessee has received its first women’s basketball commitment for the Class of 2017 and it’s a big one.

Anastasia Hayes, a 5-foot-7 guard from Riverdale in Murfreesboro, has committed to the Lady Vols. 165 more words


Waverly's Alisia Smith finds right fit with Penn State women's hoops

DELTA TWP. – Waverly has produced its share of Division I women’s basketball players in the last two decades.

Alisia Smith is continuing that trend. 391 more words


Video: Waverly senior discusses commitment to Penn State

Alisia Smith explains why she is continuing her basketball career at Penn State on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 at Waverly High School. Brian Calloway/LSJ


College teams pursuing Hayes sisters — all four of them

MURFREESBORO — Riverdale senior basketball standout Anastasia Hayes expects to make a decision around late October as to where she will play in college.Colle

That decision could likely affect more than just the Lady Warrior point guard. 863 more words


Lady Vols play Stanford, Baylor, Notre Dame at home

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee’s non-conference schedule in women’s basketball includes home games against Notre Dame, Baylor and Stanford and a road trip to Texas.

Game times and television networks were not announced. 162 more words

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Ex-BCC standout Ryan will play in college All-Star game

It looks like all the hard work put in by former Battle Creek Central basketball standout Ka-Leah Ryan is paying off.

Ryan,  a member of the Kalamazoo Valley Community College women’s basketball team, has been named to participate in the 8th annual NJCAA Women’s Basketball  Coaches Association All-Star Weekend in Florida, starting Thursday. 335 more words


East Lansing grad embarks on coaching career at IUPUI

Since Victoria Lipscomb could remember, basketball has been a part of her life.

And the East Lansing graduate is making sure the game she has a deep passion for will remain a big part of her identity. 418 more words