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PostPosted: 12/17/17 7:51 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Bianca Cuevas-Moore out for season for South Carolina .

http://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-womens-basketball/article190239119.html


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PostPosted: 12/17/17 9:49 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Tania Davis went down with an injury to her non-surgically repaired knee. Last year her Hawkeye season ended with a knee injury.



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PostPosted: 12/18/17 2:15 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Debra Ferguson is eligible for JMU but still not medically cleared by surgeon who did repair on her knee last April....



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PostPosted: 12/18/17 2:45 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

scfastpitch wrote:
Bianca Cuevas-Moore out for season for South Carolina .

http://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-womens-basketball/article190239119.html


Makes the case for tea' almost automatically approved now.



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PostPosted: 12/18/17 3:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I can't find any info here or anywhere else about the absence of Stephanie Watts and Destinee Walker from UNC this season. What's the scoop?


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While junior guards Destinee Walker and Stephanie Watts continue to recover from injuries that they suffered from last season, Hatchell will have to become more heavily dependent on her talented, but young, rookie class.


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Unfortunately for the Tar Heels, the team will have to persevere, at least for the time being, as Walker and Watts still have an uncertain timetable for their returns to the court.

“I don’t know,” Hatchell said when asked about when Walker and Watts could return. “We thought we would have had them back by now but we don’t.”



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PostPosted: 12/18/17 5:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Sophomore Jessica Munoz leaving the ODU program for "personal reasons". She averaged 2.1 points and 2.0 rebounds. This leaves ODU with just 10 players.



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PostPosted: 12/18/17 7:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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scfastpitch wrote:
Bianca Cuevas-Moore out for season for South Carolina .

http://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-womens-basketball/article190239119.html


Makes the case for tea' almost automatically approved now.


don't know why one player's injury would effect another player's eligibility. I can understand why SC hopes for it of course.



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PostPosted: 12/18/17 7:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Tania Davis went down with an injury to her non-surgically repaired knee. Last year her Hawkeye season ended with a knee injury.


From Hoopfeed:
Iowa jr. guard Tania Davis will miss remainder of season with a medial meniscus & ACL tear in her left knee. The injury occurred in the 12/17 game at Northern Iowa. j.mp/2D0GLiG #ncaaw

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PostPosted: 12/19/17 12:03 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

mzonefan wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Tania Davis went down with an injury to her non-surgically repaired knee. Last year her Hawkeye season ended with a knee injury.


From Hoopfeed:
Iowa jr. guard Tania Davis will miss remainder of season with a medial meniscus & ACL tear in her left knee. The injury occurred in the 12/17 game at Northern Iowa. j.mp/2D0GLiG #ncaaw

Crying or Very sad


That's a big blow but one that can be better offset this year because both McKenzie Meyer and Kat Doyle are a year more w experienced and Iowa has Alexis Sevillian, who has been stellar so far.



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PostPosted: 12/19/17 6:10 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
mzonefan wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Tania Davis went down with an injury to her non-surgically repaired knee. Last year her Hawkeye season ended with a knee injury.


From Hoopfeed:
Iowa jr. guard Tania Davis will miss remainder of season with a medial meniscus & ACL tear in her left knee. The injury occurred in the 12/17 game at Northern Iowa. j.mp/2D0GLiG #ncaaw

Crying or Very sad


That's a big blow but one that can be better offset this year because both McKenzie Meyer and Kat Doyle are a year more w experienced and Iowa has Alexis Sevillian, who has been stellar so far.


I was reading on the Iowa board that there will be no scholarship guards left on the bench to give any breathers.


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PostPosted: 12/20/17 10:29 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Word around the triangle is that neither will play this year. The UNC Players


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PostPosted: 12/21/17 7:00 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

http://www.jconline.com/story/sports/college/purdue/womens-basketball/2017/12/20/purdue-womens-basketball-pulls-away-defeat-saint-marys/968182001/

Purdue loses 2-3
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Wednesday’s 70-60 victory over Saint Mary’s (Calif.) to capture the BTI Invitational won’t ease all the worries but how coach Sharon Versyp’s team played should bring a hint of optimism.

But the team’s depth took a little bit of a hit.

Versyp said point guard Tiara Murphy is no longer with the program for academic reasons. Her playing time dwindled recently and her biggest contribution was hitting six 3-pointers and scoring 19 points in the season-opening win at Central Michigan.

Redshirt sophomore and junior college transfer Fatou Diagne will have a screw inserted in her foot Friday and is done for the season. Freshman Dani Lawson (knees) has missed the last eight games and will be examined by doctors again Thursday. Surgery is an option.


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PostPosted: 12/21/17 5:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Just saw a tweet that Mckenzie Calvert was behind the Texas Tech bench today. She's supposedly allowed to play next semester.


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PostPosted: 12/28/17 1:34 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Picked this one up off of Raoul's twitter feed:

http://www.thegazette.com/subject/sports/college/womens-basketball/makenzie-meyer-sidelined-indefinitely-with-broken-hand-20171227

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For the second time in less than two weeks, the Iowa Hawkeyes have been dealt a devastating blow.

Makenzie Meyer suffered a broken bone in her left (non-shooting) hand toward the end of women’s basketball practice Wednesday, The Gazette has learned.

A sophomore from Mason City, Meyer is out “indefinitely,” according to a source close to the program. She could be back within two weeks, or it could be longer.


Iowa plays 5 of their first 7 B1G games on the road.


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PostPosted: 12/29/17 8:56 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Just saw a tweet that Mckenzie Calvert was behind the Texas Tech bench today. She's supposedly allowed to play next semester.


I had a discussion with someone on another board about this in reference to Debra Ferguson of JMU. I assumed that "next semester" meant not until January, and he was trying to tell me that it meant as soon as classes were over in December and that Ashley Perez had started playing at that point in her career (she was eligible second semester at that time also). I didn't think so but didn't remember. Who is correct, O NCAA-knowledgeable folk?

BTW, considering how Calvert was treated by Kansas, I think she darn well should be allowed to play ASAP. That was pretty shameful, IMHO.



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PostPosted: 12/29/17 9:46 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Shmermerer1 wrote:
Just saw a tweet that Mckenzie Calvert was behind the Texas Tech bench today. She's supposedly allowed to play next semester.


I had a discussion with someone on another board about this in reference to Debra Ferguson of JMU. I assumed that "next semester" meant not until January, and he was trying to tell me that it meant as soon as classes were over in December and that Ashley Perez had started playing at that point in her career (she was eligible second semester at that time also). I didn't think so but didn't remember. Who is correct, O NCAA-knowledgeable folk?

BTW, considering how Calvert was treated by Kansas, I think she darn well should be allowed to play ASAP. That was pretty shameful, IMHO.


Different schools have different systems (semester/trimester/quarter), which makes things confusing. But, using Ashley as an example, her first game for JMU was on 12/15/14.

To use another example, UCLA is on a quarter system. UCLA's fall 2017 quarter ended December 15th, and the winter 2018 quarter starts January 3rd. Japreece Dean, a midseason transfer, played her first game for the Bruins on December 17th.

So my guess is that it's after the first applicable term is over, not after the next applicable term starts. I am not a rules lawyer, though.



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PostPosted: 12/29/17 9:54 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Queenie wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
Just saw a tweet that Mckenzie Calvert was behind the Texas Tech bench today. She's supposedly allowed to play next semester.


I had a discussion with someone on another board about this in reference to Debra Ferguson of JMU. I assumed that "next semester" meant not until January, and he was trying to tell me that it meant as soon as classes were over in December and that Ashley Perez had started playing at that point in her career (she was eligible second semester at that time also). I didn't think so but didn't remember. Who is correct, O NCAA-knowledgeable folk?

BTW, considering how Calvert was treated by Kansas, I think she darn well should be allowed to play ASAP. That was pretty shameful, IMHO.


Different schools have different systems (semester/trimester/quarter), which makes things confusing. But, using Ashley as an example, her first game for JMU was on 12/15/14.

To use another example, UCLA is on a quarter system. UCLA's fall 2017 quarter ended December 15th, and the winter 2018 quarter starts January 3rd. Japreece Dean, a midseason transfer, played her first game for the Bruins on December 17th.

So my guess is that it's after the first applicable term is over, not after the next applicable term starts. I am not a rules lawyer, though.


Thanks, Queenie. JMU is on a semester system, so Ferguson should be eligible. She has not, however, been medically cleared post-reconstructive surgery on her right knee, and I am a bit anxious about that. I'm wondering if they'll apply for a medical redshirt for the rest of this year....that would mess things up considerably.



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PostPosted: 12/31/17 6:45 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Apparently ND has another knee injury. This time Lili Thompson.

https://ndnation.com/boards/showpost.php?b=mcgraw;pid=51089;d=this



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Apparently ND has another knee injury. This time Lili Thompson.

https://ndnation.com/boards/showpost.php?b=mcgraw;pid=51089;d=this


Yea this is not fair. Why is it always Notre Dame & Not ______ i wont say their names Exclamation Evil or Very Mad



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Blair Watson of Maryland is done for the year with an ACL. She was the Terps’ second-leading scorer.


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McKenzie Calvert is transferring from Texas tech and Andra Espinoza Hunter is transferring from UCONN.


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Blair Watson of Maryland is done for the year with an ACL. She was the Terps’ second-leading scorer.


Wow she was just starting to take off .



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What has happened to Reece Caldwell ? She's seem to disappear from the tech team ?



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McKenzie Calvert is transferring from Texas tech and Andra Espinoza Hunter is transferring from UCONN.


I called that one the second Chrystin Williams verballed.


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Here's a link on Espinoza-Hunter: https://www.lohud.com/story/sports/high-school/lohud-girls-basketball/2018/01/12/girls-basketball-ossining-alumna-andra-espinoza-hunter-transfer-uconn/1030428001/

Calvert is raising my eyebrows. Didn't she finally just become eligible?



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WNBA 09 wrote:
Ex-Ref wrote:
Apparently ND has another knee injury. This time Lili Thompson.

https://ndnation.com/boards/showpost.php?b=mcgraw;pid=51089;d=this


Yea this is not fair. Why is it always Notre Dame & Not ______ i wont say their names Exclamation Evil or Very Mad

Remember 2001?!?! Besides, Muffy is getting cold hard karma. Don't use a hardship waiver (Jessica) without paying the piper..physics always wins


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Queenie wrote:
Here's a link on Espinoza-Hunter: https://www.lohud.com/story/sports/high-school/lohud-girls-basketball/2018/01/12/girls-basketball-ossining-alumna-andra-espinoza-hunter-transfer-uconn/1030428001/

Calvert is raising my eyebrows. Didn't she finally just become eligible?
Yes - played three games and started two - averaged 35 mpg.


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Will Calvert become the next Loryn Goodwin?

Where will Espinoza-Hunter land?

What does your crystal ball say??????



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Will Calvert become the next Loryn Goodwin?

Where will Espinoza-Hunter land?

What does your crystal ball say??????


I have no evidence whatsoever, but Fordham has solid academics, a fondness for the three-pointer, a Blair Academy alumna who might be able to work the grapevine, and a coach who doesn't mind sniping transfers. (Unfortunately, I don't get out to Fordham for another month and a half, so I can't hit up anyone I know there to see if this pans out.)

Seton Hall also has decent academics, a propensity to pick up peripatetic players, minimal fucks to give about stylistic fit, and a kid from Ossining on the roster, but for some reason I'm not feeling that as much. (I'll be at SHU next week, but I wouldn't know her from a hole in the wall if she were sitting in the stands.)



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Queenie wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Will Calvert become the next Loryn Goodwin?

Where will Espinoza-Hunter land?

What does your crystal ball say??????


I have no evidence whatsoever, but Fordham has solid academics, a fondness for the three-pointer, a Blair Academy alumna who might be able to work the grapevine, and a coach who doesn't mind sniping transfers. (Unfortunately, I don't get out to Fordham for another month and a half, so I can't hit up anyone I know there to see if this pans out.)

Seton Hall also has decent academics, a propensity to pick up peripatetic players, minimal fucks to give about stylistic fit, and a kid from Ossining on the roster, but for some reason I'm not feeling that as much. (I'll be at SHU next week, but I wouldn't know her from a hole in the wall if she were sitting in the stands.)


Espinoza-Hunter, in the article, said she "didn't mind distance", and USC also has a Blair Academy alumna/UConn transfer (Sadie Edwards), but I doubt she'd go that far. I was thinking more along the lines of Syracuse or Rutgers, but who knows?

Calvert is a solidly midwest/southwest chick and I can see her more or less staying in that area. I'm guessing her departure may have more to do with the realignment of the coaching staff at Texas Tech than anything else. Possibly she wasn't happy with Shimmy and Sheryl.



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summertime blues wrote:
Queenie wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Will Calvert become the next Loryn Goodwin?

Where will Espinoza-Hunter land?

What does your crystal ball say??????


I have no evidence whatsoever, but Fordham has solid academics, a fondness for the three-pointer, a Blair Academy alumna who might be able to work the grapevine, and a coach who doesn't mind sniping transfers. (Unfortunately, I don't get out to Fordham for another month and a half, so I can't hit up anyone I know there to see if this pans out.)

Seton Hall also has decent academics, a propensity to pick up peripatetic players, minimal fucks to give about stylistic fit, and a kid from Ossining on the roster, but for some reason I'm not feeling that as much. (I'll be at SHU next week, but I wouldn't know her from a hole in the wall if she were sitting in the stands.)


Espinoza-Hunter, in the article, said she "didn't mind distance", and USC also has a Blair Academy alumna/UConn transfer (Sadie Edwards), but I doubt she'd go that far. I was thinking more along the lines of Syracuse or Rutgers, but who knows?

Calvert is a solidly midwest/southwest chick and I can see her more or less staying in that area. I'm guessing her departure may have more to do with the realignment of the coaching staff at Texas Tech than anything else. Possibly she wasn't happy with Shimmy and Sheryl.

To be honest I don't expect Calvert to play basketball anymore . I think she is done.


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allenleavell wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Queenie wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Will Calvert become the next Loryn Goodwin?

Where will Espinoza-Hunter land?

What does your crystal ball say??????


I have no evidence whatsoever, but Fordham has solid academics, a fondness for the three-pointer, a Blair Academy alumna who might be able to work the grapevine, and a coach who doesn't mind sniping transfers. (Unfortunately, I don't get out to Fordham for another month and a half, so I can't hit up anyone I know there to see if this pans out.)

Seton Hall also has decent academics, a propensity to pick up peripatetic players, minimal fucks to give about stylistic fit, and a kid from Ossining on the roster, but for some reason I'm not feeling that as much. (I'll be at SHU next week, but I wouldn't know her from a hole in the wall if she were sitting in the stands.)


Espinoza-Hunter, in the article, said she "didn't mind distance", and USC also has a Blair Academy alumna/UConn transfer (Sadie Edwards), but I doubt she'd go that far. I was thinking more along the lines of Syracuse or Rutgers, but who knows?

Calvert is a solidly midwest/southwest chick and I can see her more or less staying in that area. I'm guessing her departure may have more to do with the realignment of the coaching staff at Texas Tech than anything else. Possibly she wasn't happy with Shimmy and Sheryl.

To be honest I don't expect Calvert to play basketball anymore . I think she is done.


What leads you to that conclusion? If you recall, she was done pretty dirty at Kansas, and then right after she became eligible at Texas Tech, they blew up the coaching staff. Neither of those things were her fault.



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FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.



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FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.
She had a medical issues ,the NCAA will allow her to play next year.
The reason I think Calvert is done. She will probaly go overseas instead waiting another year to play in college.I think she want to be a lawyer also


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allenleavell wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.
She had a medical issues ,the NCAA will allow her to play next year.
The reason I think Calvert is done. She will probaly go overseas instead waiting another year to play in college.I think she want to be a lawyer also


With how the waivers have been giving out lately, I wouldn’t be surprised is she is eligible to play next year.


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Shmermerer1 wrote:
allenleavell wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.
She had a medical issues ,the NCAA will allow her to play next year.
The reason I think Calvert is done. She will probaly go overseas instead waiting another year to play in college.I think she want to be a lawyer also


With how the waivers have been giving out lately, I wouldn’t be surprised is she is eligible to play next year.


CAA person here (where W&M is located)--and IIRC, she either redshirted or was close to redshirt eligibility this year with injury. No reason she shouldn't be eligible immediately next year. Don't be too snarky, it could be someone transferring to DePaul next time. Wink



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summertime blues wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
allenleavell wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.
She had a medical issues ,the NCAA will allow her to play next year.
The reason I think Calvert is done. She will probaly go overseas instead waiting another year to play in college.I think she want to be a lawyer also


With how the waivers have been giving out lately, I wouldn’t be surprised is she is eligible to play next year.


CAA person here (where W&M is located)--and IIRC, she either redshirted or was close to redshirt eligibility this year with injury. No reason she shouldn't be eligible immediately next year. Don't be too snarky, it could be someone transferring to DePaul next time. Wink
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Oh I wasn’t being snarky! I was referring to Calvert. I actually think she has a legit reason more than most. Calvert transferred to Tech and within a few weeks the head coach was fired. I was just saying of the waivers that have been given lately, I think she’d be eligible. I don’t think she’s going over seas just yet. And hey we got a grad transfer in Rebekah Dahlman, although she’s been out since the first game with a hand injury. She would have brought a lot to the team this year.


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Shmermerer1 wrote:
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Shmermerer1 wrote:
allenleavell wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.
She had a medical issues ,the NCAA will allow her to play next year.
The reason I think Calvert is done. She will probaly go overseas instead waiting another year to play in college.I think she want to be a lawyer also


With how the waivers have been giving out lately, I wouldn’t be surprised is she is eligible to play next year.


CAA person here (where W&M is located)--and IIRC, she either redshirted or was close to redshirt eligibility this year with injury. No reason she shouldn't be eligible immediately next year. Don't be too snarky, it could be someone transferring to DePaul next time. Wink
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Think about this Calvert may have that option.
Oh I wasn’t being snarky! I was referring to Calvert. I actually think she has a legit reason more than most. Calvert transferred to Tech and within a few weeks the head coach was fired. I was just saying of the waivers that have been given lately, I think she’d be eligible. I don’t think she’s going over seas just yet. And hey we got a grad transfer in Rebekah Dahlman, although she’s been out since the first game with a hand injury. She would have brought a lot to the team this year.

Calvert is a 2014 .I don't think she want to wait to see what Big Brother NCAA has to rule.
@summertime I know you a nurse so If you knew why she had to transfer. U would be like wow.


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Shmermerer1 wrote:
allenleavell wrote:
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FGCU adds William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.
She had a medical issues ,the NCAA will allow her to play next year.
The reason I think Calvert is done. She will probaly go overseas instead waiting another year to play in college.I think she want to be a lawyer also


With how the waivers have been giving out lately, I wouldn’t be surprised is she is eligible to play next year.


CAA person here (where W&M is located)--and IIRC, she either redshirted or was close to redshirt eligibility this year with injury. No reason she shouldn't be eligible immediately next year. Don't be too snarky, it could be someone transferring to DePaul next time. Wink
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Think about this Calvert may have that option.
Oh I wasn’t being snarky! I was referring to Calvert. I actually think she has a legit reason more than most. Calvert transferred to Tech and within a few weeks the head coach was fired. I was just saying of the waivers that have been given lately, I think she’d be eligible. I don’t think she’s going over seas just yet. And hey we got a grad transfer in Rebekah Dahlman, although she’s been out since the first game with a hand injury. She would have brought a lot to the team this year.

Calvert is a 2014 .I don't think she want to wait to see what Big Brother NCAA has to rule.
@summertime I know you a nurse so If you knew why she had to transfer. U would be like wow.


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For Oregon, Lexi Bando did play in Fridays game at OSU

"Oregon (17-3, 6-1) played without senior guard Lexi Bando, who is out indefinitely with a left leg injury"

http://www.oregonlive.com/pac-12/index.ssf/2018/01/beavers_hold_off_ducks_to_extend_civil_war_winning.html#incart_river_mobile_index


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Donnaizha Fountain (team-high 15.5 points, 7.4 rebounds) is no longer with Seton Hall.



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Had not seen this anywhere , but Tynice Martin of WVU had a successful surgery. She has officially redshirted and will need 6 weeks to recover! #GetWellSoonTy



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Had not seen this anywhere , but Tynice Martin of WVU had a successful surgery. She has officially redshirted and will need 6 weeks to recover! #GetWellSoonTy


She had surgery for that foot injury back in August and has now had a re-operation. That's a long haul. I hope she is able to make a full recovery.


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Andra Espinoza-Hunter transfers to Mississippi St. Great get for the Bulldogs.

https://twitter.com/DraHunter2/status/961041018274623488


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AEH transfers from UCONN to MIssissippi State



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Andra Espinoza-Hunter transfers to Mississippi St. Great get for the Bulldogs.

https://twitter.com/DraHunter2/status/961041018274623488


Hope she lands on her feet there as she had a rough couple of months at UCONN. Good luck Andra.



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Fighting Artichoke wrote:
Andra Espinoza-Hunter transfers to Mississippi St. Great get for the Bulldogs.

https://twitter.com/DraHunter2/status/961041018274623488


Hope she lands on her feet there as she had a rough couple of months at UCONN. Good luck Andra.


I think she will be fine with Vic. He is a different kind of coach and will take his time with her.



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http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=211696308&DB_OEM_ID=4200


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http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=211696308&DB_OEM_ID=4200


Poor Haley hasn't had a complete season yet in 3 years. At least she has 2 years of eligibility remaining. Heal that hip, Haley!


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