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Women's basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. Tulane Green Wave

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USF women vs. Tulane

When/where: 7; Sun Dome, Tampa

Radio: 1010-AM

Records: USF 7-2, Tulane 5-2

Notable: USF has won six straight and is at full strength after being limited by suspensions in the past five games. USF has three guards scoring in double digits in senior Janae Stokes, freshman KaNeisha Saunders and sophomore Jasmine Wynne. Tulane, which took LSU to overtime, is led by 5-7 G Chassity Brown (12.0 ppg), 6-3 C Brett Benzio (11.7) and 6-1 F Brittany Lindsey (11.5). The Bulls host a tournament this weekend, with a game Friday night against N.C. Central, then Saturday, most likely against East Carolina.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

Women's basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. Tulane Green Wave 12/16/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 16, 2009 11:47pm]
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