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EXCLUSIVE: Fordham Women’s Basketball Players Speak About Their Petition to Play

Fordham Women’s Basketball is having a phenomenal season. The Rams are 11-3, and 8-2 in the Atlantic 10, which has them in second place in the Conference. With five games left on their schedule, including a head-to-head with first place Dayton, Fordham was still very much in the running to capture the Atlantic 10 title. …
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A-10 Women’s Basketball Conference Preview, Power Rankings & Bracketology

As we all know, this is a season unlike any other, and the non-conference slate was by no means an exception. Especially since, as I write this, there have been a total of four conference games already played, the first came all the way back on December 8. But with La Salle’s victory over Coppin …
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Weekend Preview, Games to Watch in the A-10

It’s been another interesting week in the Atlantic 10. Davidson got the week off to a nice start with a 76-56 victory over Charlotte while Tuesday was an eventful night with eight games. Some teams took care of business, like Rhode Island, George Mason, UMass, St. Bonaventure and Saint Joseph’s, but unfortunately, not everyone could escape #brutality. VCU was unable to hold onto their 12-point halftime lead, …
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Weekend Preview, Games to Watch in the A-10

College basketball is finally back! It’s been a long summer, and there are some high expectations for some programs this year, while others are still in a rebuilding stretch. No matter where your team is, I can promise you, this is going to be another fun year in the Atlantic 10! Now that we have …
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GW WBB’s Mahoney’s confidence extends to all aspects of game

Richmond, VA— Shortly after confetti spread across the Richmond Coliseum, George Washington women’s basketball junior forward Kelsi Mahoney was finally able to sit down and reflect on her freshman season, which provided her biggest challenges and made her lose some love for the game. Mahoney knew that as a post player and she would be …
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Duquesne WBB coach suspended one game

Washington, DC— As first reported by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Sarah K Spencer, Duquesne women’s basketball coach Dan Burt has been suspended one postseason game by the Atlantic 10 Conference. Burt’s suspension is stemmed from remarks he made following Duquesne’s 71-65 loss to Saint Louis concerning the way the game was officiated, specifically the 27-10 foul …