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Today: USF Bulls women vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights

WOMEN

USF vs. Rutgers

When/where: 2; Sun Dome, Tampa

TV/radio: BHSN; 1010-AM

Records: USF 13-8, 4-4 Big East; Rutgers 12-10, 4-4

Notable: Rutgers has dropped three straight, but two were to No. 1 Connecticut (22-0) and No. 3 Notre Dame (20-1). And seven of its 10 losses are to teams among the top 20 in the RPI. … USF has won four of five. … The Bulls won at Rutgers last season. … The teams are tied for sixth in the Big East, so the winner gets a more comfortable spot on the NCAA Tournament bubble. … Senior C Jessica Lawson leads the Bulls at 14.5 points and 10.9 rebounds per game. … Senior G Brittany Ray is the Scarlet Knights' only player averaging double figures in scoring (15 per game).

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

Today: USF Bulls women vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights 02/05/10 [Last modified: Friday, February 5, 2010 8:53pm]
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