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She also hit another 3, and you could tell that Providence was taking away space from her when she got the ball up top. That can only open up more opportunities for her to drive and for others to hit. I was impressed by what I saw from Forster and Lavergene, they played solid minutes together.

I agree 100% with Forster, was very impressed, outside the foul shooting....Lavergene is way more of a work in progress for sure...

 

Once Lavergene muscles up a bit she will be a force. You can already see she has solid technique down low, (probably learning from Shereesha), and that will develop through more experience.

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So what's up with Tiana Jo-Carter?

 

From after the win against Providence:

 

"UAlbany played the second consecutive game without forward Tiana-Jo Carter. She is statistically the third-best scorer (11.7) and top rebounder (8.0). All the coach would say is that she's injured and 'she'll be fine.'"

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So what's up with Tiana Jo-Carter?

She is injured. Edwards and Fequiere are hurt as well, but they were in warmups at the game. Anyway, I was up at West Point on Saturday, and foul trouble really hurt them. Also, they had issues boxing out on the inside, and there were too many times where they played 25-27 seconds of good defense and gave up a foul at the end of the shot clock. Army also had a player go 6-6 from 3. That didn't help. Also, I am no 0-4 on the road (outside of Siena games) when I go to see the team play. They have to win at some point, right?

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So what's up with Tiana Jo-Carter?

She is injured. Edwards and Fequiere are hurt as well, but they were in warmups at the game. Anyway, I was up at West Point on Saturday, and foul trouble really hurt them. Also, they had issues boxing out on the inside, and there were too many times where they played 25-27 seconds of good defense and gave up a foul at the end of the shot clock. Army also had a player go 6-6 from 3. That didn't help. Also, I am no 0-4 on the road (outside of Siena games) when I go to see the team play. They have to win at some point, right?

 

OR....you have to stop going!!! (kidding)

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Class of 4 announced...all high schoolers:

 

http://www.ualbanysports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=210573222&DB_OEM_ID=15800

 

Roster is at 13 now.

Coughlin and Richards graduate; down to 11.

4 new players; up to 15 (women's basketball scholarship limit.)

 

There will likely be changes before next season, but this is the first time Coach Abe has 15 players scheduled for the roster.

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Kaela Hilaire with offers from Iona and Providence; was one of 162 players invited to the USA Basketball Women's U17 World Championship team trials.

 

Khepera Stokes ranked the 48th best player in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia area in her class here: http://www.nextsportsphenom.com/2016-Rankings

 

Mackenzie Trpcic also considered Mount St Mary’s, Radford, Stony Brook, Bryant, American, Lehigh, Yale and Princeton: http://crownscoutgirls.com/latest-news/trpcic-commits-america-east-conference-school-2016/

 

Alexi Schecter as a sophomore drew interest from BC, Northeastern and UMass Lowell: http://www.lowellsun.com/basketball/ci_25492234/girls-basketball-team

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