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College women's basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. No. 15 Georgetown Hoyas

USF women vs. No. 15 Georgetown

When/where: 7; USF Rec Center, Tampa


Records: USF 9-6, 1-0 Big East; Georgetown 14-2, 2-0

Notable: Last season in Tampa, USF knocked off the Hoyas 60-55. In the meeting between the teams at Georgetown, Georgetown won 67-38. … USF is coming off a 58-55 win at Cincinnati, matching last season's total for Big East road wins in one game. … USF gets a boost with the debut of junior college standout Inga Orekhova, who should help improve the team's 29 percent shooting from 3-point range.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

College women's basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. No. 15 Georgetown Hoyas 01/06/12 [Last modified: Friday, January 6, 2012 11:09pm]
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