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    With a 7-0 record, Utah had an excellent season's start and is led by two Canadians, Jr Michelle Plouffe and RS Jr Taryn Wicijowski, who are averaging over 17ppg. Both players already earned international experience with Canada NT, Plouffe with the 2011 U19 and 2012 Senior NT and Wicijowski with the 2009 U19.
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...atement-pac-12

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    Natalie Achonwa, another Canadian, led Notre Dame (109-70 vs Utah State) with 23 pts (10/13 FG) + 12 reb.
    Achonwa, a Junior and Senior Canadian NT player, is now the leading Notre Dame's all scorers together with top freshman Jewell Loyd (2010 U17 USA World champion).

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    Junior shooting guard Maggie Lucas scored a career-high 39 pts (with 7/11 threes) in Penn State win over Georgetown, 97-74.
    Maggie also had 5 reb and 6 stls.

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    Following in her older sister's Nneka footsteps, Chiney Ogwumike scored a career-high 31pts on 14/18 shooting and collected 13 reb in Stanford's 78-43 win over Pacific. It was the sixth straight double-double recorded by the junior All-American. Chiney and Nneka played internationally together winning the gold medal at the 2011 World University games.
    Stanford is currently ranked #1.

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    Junior center Kelsey Bone, a former U19 USA Basketball gold medalist (2009), led all players with 22 pts and hitting 11of13 FG in Texas A&M win over Kansas State, 83-60.

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    Italian sf Marta Masoni is just a freshman at CSU Northridge, but has got plenty of international experience at junior level as former U18 European champion (2010) and U19 NT member (2011). She currently is the 2nd best team's scorer and has so far started all season's games.

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    South Dakota's Nicole Seekamp, former junior international player for her country Australia, is currently leading her team in scoring (14.7ppg), assists and steals. Seekamp is a soph guard who has just started playing this season in the NCAA.

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    Artemis Spanou of Rhodes, Greece, had a monster game yesterday with 26 pts and 20 reb (+4 ast & 5 stls) for Robert Morris University (71-69 over Bryant). Spanou is currently RMU top scorer and rebounder and is a veteran of Greece junior NTs, she was last year named MVP of the U20 European tournament Group B won by her team.

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    Gran Canaria's Leonor Rodriguez, a senior guard at Florida State Univ, is leading her team in scoring and steals, while shooting an impressive 51.5% from the field.
    Leonor won a silver medal for Spain at the 2009 U19 World championships and earned the gold at the 2011 U20 Euro.

    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...seminoles-star
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    Britt Griner of Baylor has broken the NCAA record of blocked shots with 665 (so far) and is holder of the highest number of dunks (11).

    http://www.ncaa.com/game/basketball-...klahoma-baylor

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    Name: Chucky Jeffery
    College: Colorado
    Role/Year: guard/senior
    Season's current stats: 13.3ppg (team's leading scorer), 8.2rpg
    Previously played (american) football

    No, it's a girl, story here.

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    This is the Naismith Award Early Season Watch List showing the top-50 players in the Div.I with their stats as at Jan. 26.
    Top scorer is Elena Delle Donne (who is back in the game after her health issues), top rebounder Chiney Ogwumike (she's averaging a fine double-double in scoring and rebounding) and top passer is Angel Goodrich, a senior from Kansas. Only Frosh in the list is Breanna Stewart, while just two Soph are ranked, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Elizabeth Williams.

    P.S: Chelsea Gray's rebounding figures are obviously wrong, her record is 5.8 rpg.

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    Monster performance of Brittney Griner in Baylor's yesterday rout of Texas Tech, 90-60.
    Points scored: 40 (on 17/25 FG shooting)
    Rebounds: 15 (8 OR)
    Blocks: 7
    Ast: 4
    PF: 1
    TO: 0
    It was the 4th 40-pt performance in Griner's career and her 51st. double-double.

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    Jr PF Chiney Ogwumike reached her 20th double-double of the season leading yesterday Stanford over USC, with 26 pts + 15 reb.
    She bettered the single season record reached last year by her older sister Nneka and her career record is now 50 (one less than Nneka) in just 3years.

    Sr G/F Kristi Kingma, Washington, scored 35 pts with an amazing 11/17 3-pointers shooting in yesterday's win over Oregon. She set the new Pac-12 record for single game 3-pt scoring.

    So PF Temi Fagbenle of Harvard, had 26 pts, 13 reb and 2 blocks with an impressive 11/14 scoring in a loosing effort vs Penn. Fagbenle, a 2011 HS super star, is playing her first season in the NCAA as she sat out her freshman year and has already played for Great Britain Sr NT at the 2012 Olympics.

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    Delaware's Elena Delle Donne, Lauren Cara, Trumae Lucas and Kayla Miller in a funny shooting practice.


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    Baylor's Britt Griner scored yesterday 25 pts in the game won against UConn, becoming the 8th player in the NCAA history to reach the 3000 mark.

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    Chelsea Gray (Duke), one of the most talented juniors in college ball, will miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury suffered last Sunday. Gray was averaging 13.1ppg, 5.6apg and 3.7spg and is a true inspiration for Duke play.

    http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.db...DB_OEM_ID=4200

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    Juniors showing big in the current season:

    Alyssa Thomas, forward at Maryland, scored yesterday 30 pts and grabbed 12 rebounds while shooting 11/11 FT, she's leading ACC in rebounding and is second in scoring (Sr teammate Tianna Hawkins ranks first).

    Center Kelsey Bone led Texas A&M over Ole Miss with 24 pts and a career-high 17 reb, her 13th double-double of the season.

    Guard Maggie Lucas is currently leading Penn State with 19.9ppg with an excellent 49.3%FG from the 3-point lane.

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    Yesterday's dazzling performances of some collegiate women:

    Senior Skylar Diggins had a triple-double (17 pts and 10 reb & assists), 2nd of her career, in another win of #2 Notre Dame.

    Junior Chiney Ogwumike of Stanford set her school record with 24 rebounds (plus 27 points), reaching her 52nd double-double.

    Freshman Alexis Jones (18 year-old), a substitute of injured star Chelsea Gray, contributed to Duke's win at Maryland with career-high 15 pts and 9 assists, securing her team the ACC title.

    Georgia Tech's Junior Tyaunna Marshall scored a career-best 37 pts (60% FG), the highest of any player this season in ACC.

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    Player-of-the-year candidate Britt Griner moved past Maya Moore in career scoring to all-time 4th position with 3045 points.
    She's already the first player ever having surpassed the 700 blocked shots mark.

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