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    For Simple's sake, this was created.

    I believe Sydney Johnson will be one of the best players in the NSIC sooner than later. My favorite incoming freshman of them all.

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    This season will be the 10th anniversary of the Lady Mavs national championship. I sincerely hope there's a reunion planned so we don't have a Winona alumni coup situation...

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    The Winona women will be interesting this year. Only lost one senior, though it was an important one. If WSU's young players can take some steps forward and they can replace McGlone's production inside, they could scare some folks all year long. Should be fun to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuguy87 View Post
    The Winona women will be interesting this year. Only lost one senior, though it was an important one. If WSU's young players can take some steps forward and they can replace McGlone's production inside, they could scare some folks all year long. Should be fun to watch.
    If I had to pick anyone other than the Wolves, as much as it makes me want to puke saying it, I feel it will be Winona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Mav Man View Post
    This season will be the 10th anniversary of the Lady Mavs national championship. I sincerely hope there's a reunion planned so we don't have a Winona alumni coup situation...
    That was an amazing team. Tiffany Moe at the one guard was sensational, and Noreen, Johnson, the girl from Triton HS (can't recall her name right now, the transfer from Augustana, and others I did not mention had tremendous athleticism and competitiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MStateMaverick View Post
    That was an amazing team. Tiffany Moe at the one guard was sensational, and Noreen, Johnson, the girl from Triton HS (can't recall her name right now, the transfer from Augustana, and others I did not mention had tremendous athleticism and competitiveness.
    Tiffany Moe
    Heather Johnson
    JoAnn Noreen
    Alex Andrews
    Felicia Foster
    Liz Trauger
    Andrea Walsh
    Jennie Noreen

    The ones that I can think of right now. Plus the gal who hardly played all year who came into the national semifinal against Alaska- Anchorage and played out of her mind to help win that game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSU4LIFE View Post
    If I had to pick anyone other than the Wolves, as much as it makes me want to puke saying it, I feel it will be Winona.
    Don't hate us. We're not as bad as many people think. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuguy87 View Post
    Don't hate us. We're not as bad as many people think. ;)
    Only positive experience I had involving Winona was the staff at Za-za's. Sorry, ha

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    I did notice a couple notable names missing from the Warrior women's roster in Liz Evenocheck and Madison Worke. Anyone have incite into where they went?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuguy87 View Post
    I did notice a couple notable names missing from the Warrior women's roster in Liz Evenocheck and Madison Worke. Anyone have incite into where they went?
    Maybe Madison just felt like things weren't going to Worke out at WSU.

    (There's a 90% chance that will be my only post in this thread. You're all welcome.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrAugustana View Post
    Maybe Madison just felt like things weren't going to Worke out at WSU.

    (There's a 90% chance that will be my only post in this thread. You're all welcome.)
    MrA, you could incite anger from John over that post.

    Maybe Madison's leaving was enough for Liz to go as far as even checking out another program.

    There is a 90% chance I will post on Women's hoops again.

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    Since we have a thread for the season, I figured I would use this for some recruiting news.

    The NSU women have just offered Kailee Oliverson from Montana. She was a McDonald's All-American nominee and signed to play for the Nevada Wolfpack. During camp there she got concussed and headed back to Montana to recover and regroup. She is now back and ready to play some college hoops. NSU is her first offer it seems and it should help the Wolves that her boyfriend just committed to play basketball for Northern a few days ago.

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    Mustangs get their first win of the season over UW-Parkside. The win is also the 100th win of Tom Webb's career as a Division II head coach. Caleigh Rodning put up 34 points and 13 rebounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSU4LIFE View Post
    Since we have a thread for the season, I figured I would use this for some recruiting news.

    The NSU women have just offered Kailee Oliverson from Montana. She was a McDonald's All-American nominee and signed to play for the Nevada Wolfpack. During camp there she got concussed and headed back to Montana to recover and regroup. She is now back and ready to play some college hoops. NSU is her first offer it seems and it should help the Wolves that her boyfriend just committed to play basketball for Northern a few days ago.
    From Twin Bridges, a town of 400 people south of Butte. Interesting that it's over 200 miles from Lewistown, where her boyfriend is from. AAU circuit hookup?

    Also, a couple of months ago she said she wanted to stay closer to home. Not sure I'd call Aberdeen that, though she would have her boyfriend. http://406mtsports.com/college/baske...9368abe93.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanger86 View Post
    From Twin Bridges, a town of 400 people south of Butte. Interesting that it's over 200 miles from Lewistown, where her boyfriend is from. AAU circuit hookup?

    Also, a couple of months ago she said she wanted to stay closer to home. Not sure I'd call Aberdeen that, though she would have her boyfriend. http://406mtsports.com/college/baske...9368abe93.html
    Who transfers after the breakup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Mav Man View Post
    Who transfers after the breakup?
    If she is a former all-American nominee, hopefully him, haha

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    Mav women with an OT victory vs. Michigan Tech today 72-68 in Houghton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSU4LIFE View Post
    If she is a former all-American nominee, hopefully him, haha
    She has now committed

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    While I was going to post in the NSU thread just to get Simple all hot and bothered, I dug deep to find this thread.

    I'm guessing for the few of us that care about womens hoops this is the best route rather than have one for each team?

    Whatever we decide...here is the write up for the NSU WBB (and other sports) recruits.

    https://nsuwolves.com/news/2018/11/2...oliverson.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSU4LIFE View Post
    While I was going to post in the NSU thread just to get Simple all hot and bothered, I dug deep to find this thread.

    I'm guessing for the few of us that care about womens hoops this is the best route rather than have one for each team?

    Whatever we decide...here is the write up for the NSU WBB (and other sports) recruits.

    https://nsuwolves.com/news/2018/11/2...oliverson.aspx
    I'm in full agreement. I go to both the men's and women's games so I like to see what is going on.

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