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USF Bulls vs. Stetson Hatters women's basketball preview


USF women vs. Stetson

When/where: 7, Sun Dome, Tampa

Radio: 1010-AM

Records: USF 1-1; Stetson 1-0

Notable: USF is coming off a loss at Middle Tennessee State, but should handle Stetson, which beat Division II Saint Leo 73-37 in its opener. The Hatters got 15 points each from guard Victoria McGowan and forward Jessica Conner, and they have a local in sophomore forward Janelle Mills, a Wesley Chapel graduate. USF has struggled from the perimeter, going 4-for-24 on 3-point attempts in its first two games. The Bulls' leading scorer is junior guard Andrea Smith (19.5); junior forward Daleisha Carn is next at 12 ppg, with sophomore guard KaNeisha Saunders at 11. This opens a three-game homestand for the Bulls, who next face Morgan State and Auburn.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

USF Bulls vs. Stetson Hatters women's basketball preview 11/16/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 16, 2010 11:06pm]
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