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    Per the Gazette today, senior guard Lauren Wolosik has a broken hand and top reserve forward Maura D'Anna has a knee injury.

    No timetable on either was given.

    Tom is very deep but those are two gigantic losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Per the Gazette today, senior guard Lauren Wolosik has a broken hand and top reserve forward Maura D'Anna has a knee injury.

    No timetable on either was given.

    Tom is very deep but those are two gigantic losses.
    Fortunately for C'HAWK fans, these two have 6.5 weeks to heal while the rest of the team deals with the mid-level teams of the conference. Come Jan 19 vs BORO and Jan 24 vs CALU if they're still healing, it will make those games somewhat harder. Luckily both of those games are at home so there's that.

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    Short-handed IUP hammered Ship last night by 30-some. It was more than 40 at one point. The bench (freshmen class) got to play the entire fourth quarter so that was beneficial.

    No timetable announced on Wolosik (broken hand) or D'Anna (knee). Neither dressed last night. Both have missed the past 3 games. D'Anna seems to be walking pretty good (no crutches or anything) so she may be back soon. No need to rush things.

    At 8-0, IUP's average margin of victory is at 38 points. They haven't been remotely challeneged yet which isn't a good thing.

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    IUP (8-0) has moved up to No. 2 in the latest WBCA Coaches' Poll -- receiving (3) votes for No. 1.

    Virginia Union (8-1) is No. 12. California (8-0) is No. 14. Edinboro (4-2) has dropped out of the Top 25 (receiving votes). Charleston is receiving votes.

    No other Atlantic teams are ranked or receiving votes.

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    Women's Standings



    West

    IUP (4-0, 9-0)
    California (3-0, 9-0)
    Slippery Rock (3-0, 5-4)
    Edinboro (2-1, 5-2)
    Gannon (2-2, 6-5)
    Seton Hill (1-2, 6-3)
    UPJ (1-2), 5-5)
    Clarion (1-3, 7-4)
    Mercyhurst (0-3, 3-7)


    EAST

    Lock Haven (3-1, 7-2)
    Bloomsburg (3-1, 7-4)
    ESU (2-2, 5-5)
    Shippensburg (2-2, 5-6)
    Kutztown (2-2, 3-7)
    Millersville (1-3, 3-6)
    West Chester (0-4, 4-7)
    Mansfield (0-4, 0-7)
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    FINALLY a big women's game tonight. Cal (10-0) at Edinboro (7-2).

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    FINALLY a big women's game tonight. Cal (10-0) at Edinboro (7-2).
    Disappointing defensive effort by the VULCANS. They simply don't have the scorers to play this sort of game. Hate playing away versus quality opponent right after holiday break. SCOTS did great work holding SEAIRRA BARRETT to half her average. The latest Brit at CALU, SHAUNA HARRISON, got 12 pts in 11 minutes and will likely get more time as she gets acclimated to the system. Her experience in international competition in Europe says a lot about her game which looks a bit like a young EMMA MAHADY. On to GANNON on Saturday.

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    The IUP ladies remained undefeated with a 65-40 win over Gannon.

    The big news was guard Lauren Wolosik returned after missing the past month with a hand injury.

    Forward Maura D'Ana remains out although she appears close to returning. Being their closest game this year has been a 19-point win, it seems they are really taking their time with her.

    Of note, Seton Hill stayed hot and got a big win at SRU last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CALUPA69 View Post
    Disappointing defensive effort by the VULCANS. They simply don't have the scorers to play this sort of game. Hate playing away versus quality opponent right after holiday break. SCOTS did great work holding SEAIRRA BARRETT to half her average. The latest Brit at CALU, SHAUNA HARRISON, got 12 pts in 11 minutes and will likely get more time as she gets acclimated to the system. Her experience in international competition in Europe says a lot about her game which looks a bit like a young EMMA MAHADY. On to GANNON on Saturday.
    They can’t seem to handle the opponents’ drives to the basket. Size is one disadvantage. Barrette can’t be expected to carry the team on her back every game. Harrison was a bright light in this game, and hopefully will earn a bigger role.
    Last edited by Feedoggie; 01-05-2019 at 12:22 PM.

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    EAST

    Bloomsburg (4-2, 8-5)
    Kutztown (4-2, 6-7)
    Lock Haven (3-3, 7-5)
    ESU (3-3, 6-7)
    Shippensburg (3-3, 6-7)
    Millersville (1-4, 4-8)
    West Chester (0-6, 4-10)
    Mansfield (0-6, 0-9)


    WEST

    IUP (5-0, 10-0)
    Cal (4-1, 10-1)
    Edinboro (4-1, 8-2)
    Slippery Rock (4-1, 6-5)
    Seton Hill (3-2, 9-3)
    UPJ (3-2, 7-5)
    Mercyhurst (2-3, 5-7)
    Gannon (2-4, 6-7)
    Clarion (1-5, 7-6)

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    A good win on the road yesterday by ESU Women!! They were a bit shorthanded, but played through it, and are just a game under .500 on the road this year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorVoice View Post
    A good win on the road yesterday by ESU Women!! They were a bit shorthanded, but played through it, and are just a game under .500 on the road this year...
    With all due respect -- and you're due plenty of respect -- you beat a ballclub with one all-PSAC guard and very little else in terms of offensive firepower. In other words, Diane's ladies were life-and-death to beat a one-girl team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrshooter View Post
    With all due respect -- and you're due plenty of respect -- you beat a ballclub with one all-PSAC guard and very little else in terms of offensive firepower. In other words, Diane's ladies were life-and-death to beat a one-girl team.
    So it's not a good win?? I think almost any win on the road is a good win in the PSAC...I wouldn't call a win at Mansfield a good win. Ship had better size at almost every position on the floor Saturday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorVoice View Post
    So it's not a good win?? I think almost any win on the road is a good win in the PSAC...I wouldn't call a win at Mansfield a good win. Ship had better size at almost every position on the floor Saturday...
    It was a win. Not the greatest win. A win. :)

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    Women's Atlantic Region

    Contenders:


    PSAC

    IUP (6-0, 11-0)
    California (6-1, 11-1)
    Edinboro (5-1, 9-2)
    Seton Hill (3-3, 9-4)

    MEC

    Charleston (6-0, 11-1)
    Glenville State (5-1, 10-2)
    Concord (4-2, 8-3)

    CIAA

    Bowie State (3-0, 11-1)
    Virginia Union (2-1, 10-1)

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    Here's to hoping the IUP ladies don't fall for the Madden Curse tonight. They've had some issues at Mercyhurst the past couple years.

    Recall year last IUP beat them by 51 at the KCAC and then amazingly lost weeks later up there.

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    IUP ladies going insane at SRU.

    8 treys in first 13 minutes. Up 38-14 early 2nd.

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    The Regional field is starting to get narrowed down on the ladies' side.

    The front-runners (5 or less losses):


    PSAC

    IUP (8-0, 13-0)
    Cal (7-1, 13-1)
    Edinboro (6-2, 10-3)
    Seton Hill (4-4, 10-5)


    MEC

    Charleston (8-0, 13-1)
    Glenville State (7-1, 12-2)
    Concord (6-2, 10-3)


    CIAA

    Bowie State (7-0, 15-1)
    Virginia Union (5-1, 13-1)

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    Pittsburgh's WTAE visited practice this week.
    https://www.wtae.com/article/iup-cri...on-ii/25910991

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    IUP ladies up 20 at half.

    Gannon women blowing out Edinboro.

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