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Women's college basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. Seton Hall


USF women vs. Seton Hall

When/where: 7; Sun Dome, Tampa

Radio: 1010-AM

Records: Seton Hall 7-12, 0-6 Big East; USF 9-11, 0-6

Notable: The Bulls' seven-game losing streak is their longest since 2003, but if there's a team in position to end that, it'd be the Pirates. Seton Hall lost by 34 to an Auburn team that USF beat. … The Pirates have a Basketball Hall of Famer in first-year coach Anne Donovan. … Seton Hall's top player is Kandice Green, averaging 11.9 points and 8.4 rebounds, but the Bulls have the Big East's leading rebounder in senior Porche Grant (10.1). … USF's leading scorer, G Andrea Smith, is averaging 16.5 points, but her shooting needs to improve.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

Women's college basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. Seton Hall 01/24/11 [Last modified: Monday, January 24, 2011 10:19pm]
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