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    • Ha Na Jang moves up to No. 5 in women's rankings

      Ha Na Jang moves up to No. 5 in women's rankings

      Ha Na Jang of South Korea is back at the No. 5 spot in the Women's World Golf Rankings released Tuesday after her 12th professional victory at last week's Women's Australian Open. Jang, 24, finished with a three-stroke lead over Denmark's Nanna Koerstz Madsen at 10-under 282 in Seaton, South Australia. She was previously ranked No. 5 after winning the 2016 HSBC Women's Champions. This marks Jang's third week ranked in the top five of her career. Since the start of 2016, Jang has four wins -- including two in her last six events on the LPGA Tour. She has the Tour's highest winning percentage (18.2 percent) during that span. Only Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn (five) has more wins since the start

    • USA Today

      Women's Top 25 Capsules

      COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Kelsey Mitchell scored 31 points and No. 12 Ohio State used a sizzling start to upset second-ranked Maryland 98-87 on Monday night. Ohio State (24-5, 14-1 Big Ten) scored 35 points in the first 10 minutes on 14 for 18 shooting, led by nine at the half and held on as Maryland rallied in second half. The Terps were down by two at the start of the fourth quarter and were down by six with 1:29 left, but had to start fouling and couldn't make up the deficit. The loss was only the second for the Terps (26-2, 14-1) this season and their first in the Big Ten. Their last was a six-point setback to No. 1 UConn on Dec. 29. Shayla Cooper had 20 points nine rebounds, and Alexa Hart added

    • hopkinssports.com

      Johns Hopkins-Loyola Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

      Feb. 21, 2017 Opening Draw Johns Hopkins wraps up its three-game season-opening road swing at Loyola on Wednesday afternoon. The Blue Jays are coming off back-to-back wins while the Greyhounds have yet to play. Wednesday's game also marks the 400th game of head coach Janine Tucker's career. In February Hopkins is 28-11 (.718) under head coach Janine Tucker in the month of February. Now in their 42nd season, the Blue Jays did not play a game in February until 2002. Hopkins, then in just its fourth season as a Division I program, lost to Vanderbilt, 7-4, on February 24. Last Time Out Johns Hopkins got hat tricks from senior Haley Schweizer and junior Shannon Fitzgerald to hold off upset-minded