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GEAR Pressing Relief

GEAR Pressing Relief Elfman, Lois “Most of my devices use a compression concept,” explains George Gauvry, the founder of Cho-Pat. “If you compress a tendon to some degree, you disperse the forces and you have less pulling.” Gauvry is trained as an orthotist, an orthopedic-related specialty that involves the clinical treatment of orthopedic problems and […]

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GOT IN THE GAME

GOT IN THE GAME Kritchevsky, Janice Kristen Rasrnussen has beaten the dds just to be in the WNBA. While iany highly touted first-round layers are no longer in the league, the Utah Starzz’s 2000 fourth-round draft pick continues to improve and cement her position on the Indiana Fever roster. Rasmussen spent two WNBA seasons with […]

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Ratings Game, The

Ratings Game, The Boyko, Lara Division I teams across the country are now in the midst of conference play, but before the season even began they’ve been playing the Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) game. “It’s kind of like a dog race in the fact that you are trying to figure it out so you can […]

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Incoming class 10 Freshmen to watch

Incoming class 10 Freshmen to watch Wheelock, Helen So much more than talent determines whether a high school star will successfully make the transition to Division I basketball. Can she handle going 100 percent every minute of practice? How will she deal with no longer being “the best player” on the team? Can she balance […]

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PLAYING AT HOME

PLAYING AT HOME Deluga-Gora, Jaroslaw This WNBA off-season finds Minnesota Lynx forward Svetlana Abrosimova playing on somewhat unfamiliar territory – at home in Russia where she is a member of the UMMC, the defending Russian league and Euroleague champions. “I am simply happy that I can play professional basketball in my own country,” said the […]

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Today’s post player

Today’s post player – strong and fast Ramus, Laura The number five player has always been known as the enforcer. She sets the tone on defense, offense and in rebounding. As the women’s game has progressed, the five player has become bigger and stronger. But bigger and stronger is not enough anymore. To play in […]

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Stephanie Cleary

Stephanie Cleary Miazga, Mike Stephanie Cleary is a 5’7″ senior guard for Division III Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y. Cleary finished the 2003-2004 season as college basketball’s leader in steals and steals per game. Cleary registered 154 steals in just 27 games (5.7 steals per game) to lead all college players (men or women-Division I, […]

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McGhee joins temple staff

McGhee joins temple staff Elfman, Lois Carla McGhee arrived at Connecticut Sun training camp with mixed feelings. “I wasn’t that ball of energy I always am,” she noted. “I’m one of those athletes who wants to give 100 percent if I do anything.” Given the positive energy and enthusiasm she had brought to the Orlando […]

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Senior class

Senior class Kallam, Clay WHO’S GETTING THE CALLS? Picking the 10 best high school players in the country is not only daunting, it’s almost impossible. Who’s to say what will happen in the next few years? Candace Parker, for example, might have been at the top of this list, but she tore her ACL this […]

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That’s a Ton of Food!

That’s a Ton of Food! Miazga, Mike Ever wondered how all the athletes get fed at the Olympics? Wonder no more. ARAMARK, a global heavyweight in the professional food service industry, will once again be providing dining services to athletes at the upcoming 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. ARAMARK officials predict this will be […]