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Women's college basketball preview: USF Bulls at No. 14 Georgetown Hoyas

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USF women at No. 14 Georgetown

When/where: 8, McDonough Arena, Washington, D.C.

Radio: 1010-AM

Records: USF 14-10, 5-6 Big East; Georgetown 20-4, 9-2

Notable: The Bulls are shorthanded, with three guards (including starters Janae Stokes and Sequoyah Griffin) suspended a second game for an unspecified violation of team rules. … USF's guards struggled in a January meeting as the Bulls committed 31 turnovers in a 66-52 loss. … Georgetown has one of the nation's top freshmen in 5-11 guard Sugar Rodgers, averaging 17.4 points in Big East play. … The Bulls need freshman KaNeisha Saunders and junior Leondra Doomes-Stephens to limit their mistakes and post players Jessica Lawson and Melissa Dalembert to dominate inside. … Georgetown is 14-4 against RPI top 100 opponents, while USF is 2-9.

Greg Auman,

Times staff writer

Women's college basketball preview: USF Bulls at No. 14 Georgetown Hoyas 02/16/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 6:50pm]
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