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USF women-Temple preview

USF women at Temple

When/where: 2; Liacouras Center, Philadelphia

Radio: 1010-AM

Records: USF 14-11, 9-5 American Athletic; Temple 12-13, 6-8

Notable: USF, which must win its final four regular-season games to reach the NCAA Tournament bubble, won the Jan. 7 meeting 64-51. Compensating for a dismal shooting effort (20-for-55), the Bulls finished with a 47-36 rebounding advantage and got a double double from sophomore Alisia Jenkins (18 points, 12 rebounds). With 251 rebounds to date, Jenkins has an outside shot at becoming the third player in program history to get 300 in a season.

Joey Knight, Times staff writer

USF women-Temple preview 02/21/14 [Last modified: Friday, February 21, 2014 8:02pm]
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