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  1. #841
    Duke Signee Azana Baines Receives Player of the Year Accolades

    Duke University women’s basketball signee Azana Baines has been selected Courier Post, Gloucester County Times and Al Carino Basketball Club Player of the Year. She is also one of five finalists for New Jersey state player of the year.

    LINK: http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.db...DB_OEM_ID=4200

  2. #842
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsumner View Post
    ...

    The Duke men may be the most prominent example but I could destroy an internet forest with additional examples.

    But finding that perfect 30-something fit is a lot of work.

    I have heard nothing to suggest that Joe Alleva was inclined to go down that road.
    I am trying to figure if you would literally destroy an internet forest, or if that would be figuratively or metaphorically. It was a great image, whichever it would be.

  3. #843
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    WBB related

    it was announced that C. Vivian Stringer won't coach rutgers in the postseason due to health issues. Regardless of ones opinions of her, she has certainly been an important figure in bringing publicity to women's basketball. I wish her the best and hope she is back on the sidelines in the future.
    Zion Williamson broke everything.

    "If you don't address the things you're not doing well when you're winning the winning will eventually stop."

    -David Cutcliffe

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    Quote Originally Posted by uh_no View Post
    it was announced that C. Vivian Stringer won't coach rutgers in the postseason due to health issues. Regardless of ones opinions of her, she has certainly been an important figure in bringing publicity to women's basketball. I wish her the best and hope she is back on the sidelines in the future.
    My understanding is that it’s pneumonia that’s made worse by her chain smoking.

    I also expect that sometime in the spring, she’ll announce that she’s retiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DU82 View Post
    My understanding is that it’s pneumonia that’s made worse by her chain smoking.

    I also expect that sometime in the spring, she’ll announce that she’s retiring.
    Did dean's myth invent that, too? I know about peach baskets, pointing, f**r corners, jumping under shooters and lack of academic integrity but am "hazy" on that one.
    [redacted] them and the horses they rode in on.

  6. #846
    Final ESPN Bracketology, by Charlie Creme, before tonight's selection show:
    http://www.espn.com/womens-college-b...l/bracketology

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamrnCrz1974 View Post
    Final ESPN Bracketology, by Charlie Creme, before tonight's selection show:
    http://www.espn.com/womens-college-b...l/bracketology
    the thought that uconn wouldn't get a one seed a month ago now looks kinda silly.


    this is shaping up to be an incredible women's tourney. like six schools at least with legit chances

  8. #848
    Princeton’s Bella Alarie is the Ivy League’s biggest women’s basketball star in a long time

    A junior forward from Bethesda, Md., Alarie — the daughter of former Duke star Mark Alarie — is the two-time reigning Ivy League Player of the Year, and has made the all-Ivy first team in each of her three years at Princeton.

    This season, Alarie became the first Ivy player since 1982 to average 23 points per game in a campaign. She also averaged 10.7 rebounds per game. She has gone over 30 points five times this season, and over 40 points twice. And she has delivered when it really matters. In the regular season finale at Yale that clinched a share of the Ivy title, Alarie had 31 points, 13 rebounds, six assists, two blocks and two steals.

    Link: The Philadelphia Inquirer

  9. #849
    Quote Originally Posted by CamrnCrz1974 View Post
    Princeton’s Bella Alarie is the Ivy League’s biggest women’s basketball star in a long time

    A junior forward from Bethesda, Md., Alarie — the daughter of former Duke star Mark Alarie — is the two-time reigning Ivy League Player of the Year, and has made the all-Ivy first team in each of her three years at Princeton.

    This season, Alarie became the first Ivy player since 1982 to average 23 points per game in a campaign. She also averaged 10.7 rebounds per game. She has gone over 30 points five times this season, and over 40 points twice. And she has delivered when it really matters. In the regular season finale at Yale that clinched a share of the Ivy title, Alarie had 31 points, 13 rebounds, six assists, two blocks and two steals.

    Link: The Philadelphia Inquirer
    Her dad could really shoot the ball. A bit under appreciated in the history of Duke players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukelifer View Post
    Her dad could really shoot the ball. A bit under appreciated in the history of Duke players.
    Alarie could really defend as well. His defense against Danny Manning in the semis of the final four in 86 was amazing.
    "This is the best of all possible worlds."
    Dr. Pangloss - Candide

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    Has Duke officially said we will not accept an invitation to the women's NIT?
    "This is the best of all possible worlds."
    Dr. Pangloss - Candide

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    OK, I just saw the WNIT field announced - no Duke. DAMN!
    "This is the best of all possible worlds."
    Dr. Pangloss - Candide

  13. #853
    Quote Originally Posted by chrishoke View Post
    Has Duke officially said we will not accept an invitation to the women's NIT?
    All of the articles goduke.com had about our last game mentioned the season being over so the decision was made a long time ago.

    Not being in the NCAA discussion prevented all of us from being spoiled today as someone at ESPN accidentally posted the women's bracket as graphics when they were trying to post the men's bracket.

  14. #854

    Congrats to Bella and the Alarie family

    Here's another good piece on Bella. It was terrific yesterday to watch Princeton win the Ivy League championship. They played with poise and good fundamentals, were effective at both ends of the court, and were well coached. Am happy for them.


    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/15/s...-the-wnba.html

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    Welcome to the Princeton Basketball Report! This is great as I grew up a Tigers fan. As a kid I had no idea about all those UCLA (one time it was NCSU) players on the cover of SI. To me the NIT was the pinnacle. Armond Hill anyone?

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