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Recruiting the Twin Towers was a unique challenge

There are parallels between the high school careers of Amy Mickelson and Renae (Sallquist) Knopf and Mickelson’s daughters – Ellie and Anna Brecht – but perhaps the biggest difference lies in how the two pairs were recruited. 801 more words


Dillingham's defense helps Mississippi State advance

OKLAHOMA CITY – Within five minutes, Kelsey Plum showed why she is the all-time leading scorer in Division I women’s basketball history and how she was able to enter Friday night averaging 31.8 points on 53 percent shooting from the field. 552 more words

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Kellenberger: MSU makes history, focuses on next game

OKLAHOMA CITY — At the end of the team’s latest win Friday, the one that took the program to a level it has never before reached, the Mississippi State women’s basketball team surrounded Teaira McCowan, huddled and engaged in about 30 seconds of joy. 604 more words

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Mississippi State advances to Elite Eight

OKLAHOMA CITY – After making a layup while getting fouled with 6:52 left in the game, Teaira McCowan screamed, “Let’s go” while surrounded by all four of her teammates on the floor. 592 more words

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Mainstream media coverage on women's basketball and WNBA and how it correlates to growing the fan base

I’ve been pondering over writing this blog post and whether or not people will actually read this post. This is a topic that ever since I first became aware of women’s basketball nine years ago never seems to go away. 1,022 more words


Morgan William is her own kind of point guard

At 5’5″ Morgan William was doubted coming out of high school. As a junior at Mississippi State she’s still doubted. In her second season starting for Vic Schaefer’s Bulldogs she has separated herself, becoming one of the SEC’s premier guards.

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Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links

Golden State beat Oklahoma City for a fourth time last night

First Quarter: NBA

1) NBA scoreboard
2) Former… 71 more words