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  2. Get Fit Now for High School Basketball: Strength and Conditioning for Ultimate Performance on the Court by Joe Kolb, Stewart Smith, 2003-08-27
  3. Colorado State Rams Men's Basketball Players: Milt Palacio, Lonnie Wright, Joe Vogel, Jason Smith, Bob Rule, Mike Mitchell (Basketball
  4. Air Force Falcons Men's Basketball Coaches: Dean Smith, Gregg Popovich, Jeff Bzdelik, Jeff Reynolds, Joe Scott, Chris Mooney, Terry Dunn
  5. Maryland Terrapins Men's Basketball Players: Juan Dixon, Gary Williams, Steve Francis, Len Bias, Joe Smith, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Steve Blake
  6. Basketball Players From Colorado: Chauncey Billups, Ann Strother, Nick Fazekas, Tom Asbury, Michael Ruffin, Eddie Gill, Joe Kleine, Jason Smith
  7. Basketball Players From Maryland: Juan Dixon, Tubby Smith, Kevin Durant, Steve Francis, Robert Horry, Michael Beasley, Joe Alexander

81. - Women's Basketball Index
Shock deal for Katie smith. Detroit will get a shot in the arm on offense,acquiring guard Katie Search Arrow Top Women s basketball Searches
What's This? Member Services Register Forgot your password? [ Welcome ] Download Toolbar NFL MLB NBA NHL Autos Col FB Col BB Golf Soccer Pg 2 SportsNation Insider Fantasy Shop More [+] WNBA: Scoreboard Schedule Stats Standings ... Teams More [+] WNBA: Transactions TV Listings Message Board Tickets COLLEGE: 2005 Tournament Message Board Schedule Voepel ... Playoff Dish Yo Griffith's Monarchs seek another road win tonight. Two For The Road? To avoid losing two straight at home, the Sun will have to find a way to win without Lindsay Whalen. Connecticut's point guard will not play in Game 2 ( ), reports Nancy Lieberman. Story In progress Monarchs' balance overshadows Sun Dish ... Schedule VOEPEL Mechelle Voepel examines the parallels and differences between the WNBA and LPGA. NAISMITH INDUCTION It only makes sense that Sue Gunter, a woman who was nothing but first class, be voted into the Hall of Fame on her first ballot. Gunter, who died last month at the age of 66, was inducted on Friday. Story
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Remembering Sue VOICES Scoop Jackson wonders if Latasha Byears is trying to get back to the WNBA, or get back at the WNBA?

82. Seven Sisters Basketball
THE 25TH ANNUAL SEVEN SISTERS basketball TOURNAMENT Hosted by Bryn Mawr CollegeSchwartz Gymnasium The 2005 tounament will be hosted by smith College.
Link to the team home pages below: Bryn Mawr Haverford Mount Holyoke Smith ... Wellesley PRESS RELEASES Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 THE 25TH ANNUAL SEVEN SISTERS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
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History of the tournament: The original Seven Sisters Championship was held at Barnard in the sport of Basketball on November 21st and 22nd in 1980. The original Seven Sisters Schools were Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe (now Harvard), Smith, Vassar and Wellesley. In 1980, these schools joined together to conduct a championships in the sports they had in common. Radcliffe was invited but decided not to join. Barnard, now competing as Columbia, was unable to participate in all the championships which left five of the original sister schools. Haverford and Swarthmore were invited to join the championships as "cousins" and have since made long term commitments to this competition. St. Joseph has been participating since 1995. The 2005 tounament will be hosted by Smith College. GAME SCHEDULE Mt Holyoke Haverford Dec. 3

83. Bryn Mawr College Basketball
Bryn Mawr basketball is committed to creating a successful program in the Haverford posted a win over Bryn Mawr 6654 and smith defeated St. Joseph (CT)
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August 1 After serving as the Interim Co-Head Basketball Coach last season, Katie Tarr will return as the team's head coach for the 2005-2006 season.
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Gage Named to Academic Honor Roll
March 24 JoAnn Gage, a senior Geology major from Dearborn, MI and a graduate of Cranbrook Kingswood High School, was named to the Academic Honor Roll for Women's Basketball. She joins seven other Bryn Mawr athletes from the winter sports season.
Charamella Earns Second Team All-Centennial Conference Honors
March 2 Senior guard Deb Charamella was recently named to the All-Centennial Conference second team in a vote conducted by the conference's coaches.

84. Buy St Josephs Hawks Tickets From Other Fans. 100% Guaranteed
St Josephs Hawks Mens basketball Tickets. Jim Smale, Matt Guokas, John Keeney,John McMenamin, Dan Kenney and joe Oakes made up the Mites.

85. College Student Basketball Protest Of National Anthem
NEWBURGH — Fans packed the stands before the women s basketball game at Mount St . They, like everyone else, assumed that smith turns away to protest

86. College Student Basketball Protest Of National Anthem
NEWBURGH — Fans packed the stands before the women s basketball game at Mount St . Manhattanville s Toni smith turns her back on the US flag during the

87. Notre Dame Archives Collections
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88. Interview College Basketball Player Toni Smith Took A Stand On
Interview College basketball Player Toni smith Took a Stand on the Court Manhattanville s Toni smith turns her back on the US flag during the playing
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E-Mail This Article Published on Tuesday, March 16, 2004 by On the First Anniversary of the War in Iraq
Interview: College Basketball Player Toni Smith Took a Stand on the Court
by Dave Zirin
One year ago, Toni Smith was just another Division III athlete grinding through her senior year as Captain of the Women's basketball team at Manhattanville College. Yet her decision to protest on the court at the start of the US War vs. Iraq and turn her back on the American Flag during the national anthem, sparked debate throughout the sports and political world. Today Toni Smith is living in New York City, working for a young people's mentoring program called New York Youth at Risk ( ). One year later Toni Smith speaks to Dave Zirin, News Editor of the Prince George's Post, looking back on the events of the last year. Dave Zirin: It's been almost a year since you took your demonstration to the court. When did you first see the need to make a stand and why did you feel it was so important to take the actions that you did? Toni Smith: I'm from a mixed racial and ethnic background. My mom is Jewish, and my dad is Black, white and Cherokee. I was learning about the prison industrial complex and the wars against Native Americans. It made me very angry but I never paid attention to how this history played out on the [basketball] court. I never thought about the National Anthem because I went to alternative schools. I never had to say the pledge. I never had to stand and salute anything before class. On the court I would just stand and let the time go by.

89. A Silent Protest On The Basketball Court
A Silent Protest on the basketball Court. by Janet Paskin During TheStarSpangled Banner, smith looked at the floor — the only place in the gym that
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E-Mail This Article Published on Friday, February 21, 2003 by The Journal News (White Plains, NY) A Silent Protest on the Basketball Court by Janet Paskin They got what they came for. As Mount St. Mary student Sara Klemeshefsky sang "The Star-Spangled Banner,'' Manhattanville's Toni Smith turned to the side, away from the American flag, and faced the floor.
Manhattanville's Toni Smith turns her back on the U.S. flag during the playing of the national anthem yesterday before a game against Mount St. Mary in Newburgh. (Dave Kennedy)
She held tight the hand of freshman teammate Dionne Walker. When the anthem was done, Walker gave Smith a hug. Smith has made the same quiet quarter-turn all season, usually without incident. But on Feb. 11, the team traveled to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, where more than 300 flag-waving midshipmen greeted Smith with chants of "U-S-A" and "Leave our country." Since then, word has spread. The Mount St. Mary student government spent more than $100 on small flags and handed them out before the game. More than 500 filled the small gym and jeered Smith at every opportunity. Smith picked up two fouls in the first 2:16 and sat the rest of the half, prompting a dissatisfied crowd to chant, "We want Toni." The crowd dwindled by halftime and quieted, more interested in the two-point game that Mount St. Mary won, 67-65. The remaining fans stood and sang "God Bless America" as the clock ran out.

90. - History - Olympic Basketball Medalists
The United States completely dominated Olympic basketball competition through 1964, Players Sam Balter, Ralph Bishop, joe Fortenberry, Tex Gibbons,
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U.S. teams demonstrated basketball at the Olympics in 1904, 1924, and 1928. When the game became an official Olympic sport in 1932, its inventor, James Naismith , was given the honor of tossing the opening jump ball for the first game. The United States completely dominated Olympic basketball competition through 1964, winning 54 consecutive games, often by as many as 50 or 60 points. In 1968, though, most of the top college players passed up the Olympic trials because they didn't want to jeopardize their professional careers, and Yugoslavia was generally favored to win the gold medal over the young, little-known U. S. team. However, the Americans extended the winning streak to 63 games, beating Yugoslavia, 65-50, for the championship. The streak went to 71 games in 1972, but it ended in the Gold Medal game against the Soviet Union, amidst much furore. The U. S. led, 50-49, with three seconds to play. Inbounding the ball from under their own basket, the Soviets twice threw it the length of the court without scoring, but both times the officials ruled that the scoreboard clock had to be reset. On the third try, the court-length pass succeeded and a Soviet player scored the winning basket. The U. S. appealed the decision but lost, and the team unanimously voted not to accept the silver medal.

91. Basketball: Athletics: Bellarmine University
March 8, Indianapolis, IndThe Bellarmine women’s basketball team, which is preparing Meanwhile, smith has had a tremendous freshman season this year.
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92. Bellarmine Basketball - Head Coach David Smith
Bellarmine basketball 200304. Coaching Staff David smith Shannon Potee Coach smith is beginning his 21st year as a Head women’ s basketball coach with

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David Smith Shannon Potee David Smith enters his fifth st Coach Smith is beginning his , and a career winning Percentage of .7 He lives in Louisville with his wife, Marla. He has a son, Scotte who teaches and coaches at Holy Cross High School in Louisville, and a daughter, Pepper, who resides in Shippensburg. He also has a granddaughter, MaKiela, Contact Information Phone email

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94. Saint Joseph's Vs Temple (3/5/05 At Washington, DC (Smith Center))
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95. Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball
Saint Joseph s senior Pat Carroll and La Salle junior Steven smith, Chris Mooneywas hired as Richmond’s 13th head men’s basketball coach on May 6.
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Saint Joseph’s Pat Carroll ended his career as the Atlantic 10's all-time leading long-range shooter. Carroll held onto his league record by closing out his four years on Hawk Hill with a 44.5 (294-661) three-point percentage. His 135 three-pointers and 311 attempts this year established A-10 single season records, as well. All this from a guy who played 13 games as a freshman and was 2-4 from behind the arc that year (2001-02).80s to the 90s. ATLANTIC 10 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS
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96. Hamilton College - Athletics - Hamilton All-Americans
Joseph A. smith, basketball Nadia N. Dovi, Women s Lacrosse Andrew P. Laskowski,Men s Lacrosse Michael C. smith, basketball Valerie S. Gude, Swimming
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97. Rutgers Men's Basketball History - Tournament Teams
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Kneeling (Left to Right): Scott Walton (mgr.), Phil Sellers, Jeff Kleinbaum, Mark Conlin, Eddie Jordan, Mike Dabney, Stanford Nance, Ken Eisler (mgr.).
Standing: Art Perry (asst. coach), John McFadden (asst. coach), Hollis Copeland, Abdel Anderson, Mike Palko, Bruce Scherer, James Bailey Steve Hefele, Joe Boylan (asst. coach), Tom Young (head coach).

98. 2002-2003 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Men's Basketball - Game Id 1
Official basketball Box Score Saint Joseph s vs SIU Edwardsville 1/16/03 745 pm at 3 PTR by smith, Hodges 1717 ASSIST by RANEY, Noel GOOD!
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Play-By-Play Saint Joseph's vs SIU Edwardsville 1/16/03 7:45 pm at Edwardsville, Ill./Vadalabene Center Saint Joseph's 39, SIU Edwardsville 38 1st period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Saint Joseph's 18 11 9 4 7 2 1 SIU Edwardsville 14 13 2 2 7 SIU Edwardsville 81, Saint Joseph's 78 2nd period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Saint Joseph's 24 3 5 6 14 5 4 SIU Edwardsville 8 8 3 4 6 2 5
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Saint Joseph's vs SIU Edwardsville (1/16/03 - Period 2 00:00) POINTS OFF TURNOVERS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 11 3 - 14 SIU Edwardsville........ 13 8 - 21 POINTS IN PAINT 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 18 24 - 42 SIU Edwardsville........ 14 8 - 22 2ND CHANCE POINTS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 9 5 - 14 SIU Edwardsville........ 2 3 - 5 FAST BREAK POINTS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 4 6 - 10 SIU Edwardsville........ 2 4 - 6 BENCH POINTS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 7 14 - 21 SIU Edwardsville........ 7 6 - 13 SCORE TIED BY 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 2 5 - 7 SIU Edwardsville........ 2 - 2 LEAD GAINED BY 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 1 4 - 5 SIU Edwardsville........ 5 - 5

99. GLVC Men's Basketball - 2001-2002 Saint Joseph's Statistics
Great Lakes Valley Conference Men s basketball 20012002 Saint Joseph s LOUIS 61-81 L 750 (15)smith, Hodges (8)Team Stax 12-8-01 * QUINCY 79-89 L 800
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L 2464 (9)Murphy, Marlin (6)Murphy, Marlin (9)Smith, Hodges 1-21-01 at Illinois-Chicago L 2125 (15)Muller, Greg (5)Crosby, Jermaine 11-26-01 * INDIANAPOLIS L 750 (17)Murphy, Marlin (7)Smith, Hodges 11-29-01 * at Bellarmine L 469 (23)Smith, Hodges (7)Crosby, Jermaine (7)Argenta, Jake 12-1-01 * at Kentucky Wesleyan L 3800 (15)Holden, Jamie (5)Mason, Brent (5)Team Stax 12-6-01 * UM-ST. LOUIS L 750 (15)Smith, Hodges (8)Team Stax 12-8-01 * QUINCY L 800 (26)Mason, Brent (12)Mason, Brent 12-17-01 at Northwood L 180 (14)Murphy, Marlin (3)Murphy, Marlin (3)Mason, Brent (3)Smith, Hodges 12-18-01 at Ferris State W 135 (34)Mason, Brent (7)Seegers, Corey 12-20-01 EAST-WEST W

100. University Of Massachusetts - Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
Women s basketball Falls To St. Joseph s, 6641. MacFarland and smith lead UMasswith eight points apiece in the loss. Feb. 20, 2000. Box Score

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Women's Basketball Falls To St. Joseph's, 66-41 MacFarland and Smith lead UMass with eight points apiece in the loss. Feb. 20, 2000 Box Score PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Senior Alison MacFarland (Brick, N.J.) and sophomore Nekole Smith (Ann Arbor, Mich.) each had eight points, but it was not enough, as UMass fell to St. Joseph's, 66-41, in Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday afternoon. The Minutewomen fall to 11-14 overall and 8-6 in the Atlantic 10 Conference, while the Hawks improve to 22-4 and 13-2 in conference play. Jana Lichnerova led St. Joseph's with 16 points, while Susan Moran had a double-double (14 points, 10 rebounds). The Hawks have already clinched the East Division, while UMass has clinched the second-place spot. Each team will receive a bye in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament from March 3-6 at the Forum at the Apollo of Temple in Philadelphia, Pa. UMass took a 4-3 lead at the 18:50 when sophomore Caroline Nehls (Randolph, N.J.) hit the second of two jumpers in the first two minutes of play. Junior

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