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    • BLOG: Auth Making Her Mark in Happy Valley
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      BLOG: Auth Making Her Mark in Happy Valley

      Feb. 23, 2017 One such player is freshman attacker Maria Auth, who introduced herself to the Penn State faithful against Duquesne on Wednesday. In the first road game of her collegiate career, the young shooter stuffed her stat sheet with three goals en route to her first collegiate hat trick. "I was just excited to be able to contribute in a big way to the team," Auth said as she talked about trying to make the most out of her minutes. "That was definitely a big accomplishment for me and it was exciting." Head coach Missy Doherty also praised her abilities on the field during the game, as she led the younger players in giving Penn State some extra life with the sticks. "She did a great job and

    • Washington’s Kelsey Plum seeks to join exclusive ‘50-40-90 Club’
      The Seattle Times

      Washington’s Kelsey Plum seeks to join exclusive ‘50-40-90 Club’

      Of all the records Kelsey Plum has broken and will likely break during her historic chase for the NCAA Division I women’s basketball all-time scoring record, the Washington Huskies star began the season with one goal in mind – entering the “180 Club.” The exclusive group is also referred to as the “50-40-90 Club” and membership is reserved for the game’s greatest shooters who average at least 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from three-point range and 90 percent from the free-throw line. “That was my only individual goal this year — to shoot 50, 40 and 90,” Plum said. “I didn’t care about the (all-time scoring) record. I didn’t care about averaging 30. I didn’t care about any of that. I

    • No. 20 Buckeyes Post 195.225 on Senior Night vs. No. 10 Denver
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      No. 20 Buckeyes Post 195.225 on Senior Night vs. No. 10 Denver

      Feb. 24, 2017 COLUMBUS, Ohio – The No. 20 Ohio State women’s gymnastics team fell to No. 10 Denver, 196.900-195.225, on Senior Night Friday at St. John Arena. Friday marked the final meet in St. John Arena for seniors Michelle Burns, Tenille Funches, Erin Malone and Jaine VanPutten. “We struggled a little bit on beam today but we’ll learn from it,” Carey Fagan, Ohio State head coach, said. “It was the first time we had to count a fall this year but I was happy to see the way we responded on floor exercise. We wanted to finish strong and I was happy we were able to do that to close it out with a good performance for our seniors.” Ohio State opened the meet posting its third-best team score on