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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

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That was the primary focus of Monday’s practice — a needed day of work to shore up what Reeve identified as slippage on the defensive end
Sydney White transfers to Bemidji State with three years of eligibility remaining.
Meshaw, a local 14-year-old girl, put pen to paper on Wednesday at BSU, where she signed on to join the Beavers as an honorary member of the women’s basketball team through the organization Team IMPACT.
Heittola, a two-time All-NSIC First Team selection, spent three seasons with the Beavers and quickly grew into one of the best centers in the NSIC. She’s now flipped that success into a Division I opportunity, as UNI announced on Monday the addition of Heittola to its 2022-23 roster.

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Gophers coach ‘not happy’ about transfers but combing NCAA transfer portal for replacements
UConn, in its 14th consecutive Final Four, will be bidding for its 12th national title, but first since the Huskies last reached the title game in 2016
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Boston scored 23 points, including 15 in the second half, and pulled down 18 rebounds
Paige Bueckers, the UConn women’s basketball sensation and a Hopkins native, grew up in the gym with current Bemidji State forward Jana Swanson. And now, Swanson is Bueckers’ biggest fan as the latter competes at the women's Final Four in Minneapolis this weekend.
The Minnesota junior from Stillwater was one of 843 players in the portal on Thursday
The top-ranked Gamecocks (33-2) will meet Louisville (29-4) at 6 p.m. Friday in the first semifinal at the Women’s Final Four at the Target Center

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Still, even the nation’s top programs have successfully exploited the NCAA’s relaxed transfer rules
Target Center will serve as a pseudo UConn home site Friday
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“It’s amazing for women’s basketball to continue to get eyes and viewership hopefully from different perspectives," Breanna Stewart said.

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