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    Maybe it's time for Stollings to step out of her comfort zone much the same way Dutcher did with Michael in the 70's and offer Borowicz who isn't much to look at athletically but has a nonstop motor and can really shoot it!!


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    McHale

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripledouble View Post
    Not a lot of great girls basketball players coming out of Minnesota since the years of Dahlman, Wagner, and Coffey. Don't know why that is. Everything is cyclical, I suppose.

    We don't know yet if any of this year's players will transfer to other schools. I have no inside information, but wouldn't be surprised if they lose a couple. But it was my feeling that the roster was a bit too big this year. I too would prefer that the Gophers keep a couple of these scholarships in their back pocket and use for the 2018 recruiting class.
    I suppose you can argue great but you can also develop great. It's not like Minnesota doesn't have any candidates. Just to name some from MN to D1 2017:
    Kelen Kenol Austin Peay
    Tori Andrew Yale
    Gabi Haack Bradley
    Jolene Daninger DePaul
    Mariah Sexe Lehigh
    Dru Gylten SD>MN AAU> UTAH
    Claire Killian Omaha
    DeAnna Winston Sienna
    Lindsey Theuninck SDSU
    Temi Carda Creighton
    Sidney Wentland Denver
    Mikayla Hayes Florida
    Bailey Helgren Kansas
    Annika Jank Kansas
    Rae Johnson Iowa St
    Rachel Ranke Kansas St
    Lyndsey Robson Green Bay
    Kristin Scott Iowa St

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shades View Post
    Any chance Stollings would be interested in Dahlman for her last year of eligibility? She doesn't get used much at Vandy. I'm guessing no sitting out would be required.
    She starts when she is healthy. She has had very bad injury luck... lots of different ones.

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    That's an interesting list, 60's Guy. There are enough "major" schools in that group to indicate that other schools think there is some talent here. (Florida, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, DePaul.) It will be interesting to see how many of these players will turn out to be good college players. I'm sure some of them will. Wittinger from Illinois and January from DePaul are among Minnesota players who were not highly recruited and have become good college players. It's interesting to note that the Badgers and the Hawkeyes are not on the list this year. In years past, both of those schools have frequently signed some Minnesota high school players.

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    Iowa has a commitment from Czinano from Watertown

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    Decent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shades View Post
    She missed most of her freshman year with a knee injury. Started about half the games this year. From what I understand the Gophers and Iowa were also recruiting her out of high school.

    The aggressive pressure defense they played at Hopkins was something Starks was good at. ISU does not run that at all so it might not have been the best fit for her skill set. Have read nothing put positives about her from coaches in HS (Cosgriff) and at ISU although I do not know why she is leaving. Typically we never do when kids transfer.

    ISU's starting PG is also graduating (had one redshirt injury year) and forgoing her final year of eligibility so it's not the only departure.

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    Minnesota
    Creighton
    Nebraska
    Arizona
    North Dakota State
    South Dakota
    Valparaiso
    Bradley

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    Shocker! Another guard

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    For a little size there's 6'1" Carmen Backes. She's good������

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    Quote Originally Posted by samloupete View Post
    Now that's a good idea!
    From an Oklahoma Sooners messageboard, of all things

    http://ouhoops.com/forum/showthread.php?p=576508

    Rebekah Dahlman will graduate from Vanderbilt and play her final year of eligibility elsewhere. She would also be a good 1 year rental for OU...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shades View Post
    From an Oklahoma Sooners messageboard, of all things

    http://ouhoops.com/forum/showthread.php?p=576508
    The official notice from the Commodores:

    http://www.vucommodores.com/sports/w...040817aab.html

    Redshirt junior guard Rebekah Dahlman is leaving the Vanderbilt women’s basketball program as a graduate transfer. Dahlman is set to graduate next month, and has one year of eligibility remaining.

    "We appreciate all that Bekah has given to our program throughout her career,” said head coach Stephanie White. “She will soon complete her degree at Vanderbilt and we wish her the best as she takes this next step."

    Dahlman played in 98 career games at Vanderbilt, averaging 8.7 points and 3.1 rebounds per game.

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    Pitts takes over Hedstrom's spot; Dahlman takes Starr's spot. Works for me! I'll put a little faith in Dahlman.

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