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    • The Associated Press

      A'ja Wilson helps No. 7 South Carolina beat Texas A&M 80-64

      No. 7 South Carolina knew thin Texas A&M primarily relied on a six-player rotation, so the Gamecocks planned on pressuring the Aggies from the start. ''We just wanted to speed up the tempo, because they're a team that's well-coached,'' South Carolina coach Dawn Staley said. For their part the home Aggies fell apart, as A'ja Wilson had 21 points and 15 rebounds and the Gamecocks beat A&M 80-64 on Thursday night to remain in Southeastern Conference title contention.

    • Agnew, Prince Named to Canadas Algarve Cup Roster
      ohiostatebuckeyes.com

      Agnew, Prince Named to Canadas Algarve Cup Roster

      Feb. 23, 2017 COLUMBUS, Ohio – Lindsay Agnew and Nichelle Prince, seniors on the 2016 Ohio State women’s soccer team, have been selected to play for the Canadian Women’s National Team in the Algarve Cup, head coach John Herdman announced Wednesday. The tournament will take place from March 1-8 in Portugal where Canada is slotted to take on Denmark, Russia and host Portugal in pool play. Both Agnew and Prince were selected in the 2017 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Draft last Thursday. Agnew was selected with the 19th overall pick by the Washington Spirit while Prince was taken with the 28th pick by the Houston Dash. The pair are the first two players in program history selected in the

    • 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