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    Other starring international players:

    Satou Sabally from Germany and Maite Cazorla from Spain led yesterday Oregon in OT thriller win over UCLA, though Sabrina Ionescu finished as the OT hero. Sabally is just a frosh.

    Senior Kristy Wallace from Australia proved again to be pivotal in Baylor win over Texas with 23 points and 7 assists.

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    At the end of regular season senior Kelsey Mitchell is now third in all-time career points:



    Mitchell could become #2 all-time scorer. She is third in 2017-18 season, while Iowa sr center Megan Gustafson is leading DI with 25.3 ppg. Gustafson is also averaging 12.8 rpg..

    The rebounding department is led by ex UConn Natalie Butler (now a graduate student at George Mason U.) with 16.4 rpg.

    Aussie Tiana Mangakahia of Syracuse continues leading in assists with 9.9 apg.

    https://www.ncaa.com/sports/basketball-women/d1

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    Torn ACL for senior guard Kristy Wallace in regular season final game and big blow to #2 Baylor.

    http://www.espn.com/womens-college-b...ulkey-confirms

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    Freshman Alexis Morris stepped in for injured Kristy Wallace at the PG position and played 40' contributing with 19 pts to Baylor victory over Texas and Big 12 title.

    Despite hip injury Gabby Williams returned for UConn title game won vs South Florida, finishing with an impressive 19 pts (9/11 FG), 7 reb, 6 asts and 5 steals. Reserve Azura Stevens was named tournament's MVP.

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    Some interesting European prospects here.
    Arizona State commit Iris Junio Mbulito led Spain to the 3rd straight Euro U20 title and was named the tournament's MVP. Also from champ Spain, Aina Ayuso will be a sophomore at Oregon next season. Another Oregon sophomore, Germany's Satou Sabally led the tournament in scoring, rebounding and overall efficiency (24.6) and was chosen to the All-Star Five. Ivana Raca of 2nd place Serbia and another All-Five, plays at Wake Forest.
    Finally, Florida State's Savannah Wilkinson was named to the Div. B All-Five leading an otherwise deceptive Great Britain to the 10th place.

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    Our school is known as a Game Changer. We have a high quality education in the fields of sports . We have many types of sports especially basketball. We enjoy a lot playing basketball. Because basketball is a teamwork sports.
    http://www.rrls-academy.edu.ph/

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