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WOMEN’S  HOOPS   FRESH LINKS • November 24, 2014
Utah goes down as ladies roll in 66-43 win.
Huskers win first game* on the road* vs Washington State.
Huskers score 83 in win over Alcorn State.
Does 100 sound to you? Sounds great* to the Huskers in win* over Pepperdine.
Season kicks off with a doubleheader.
Huskers sign best recruiting class* in school history*.
Recruiting class is signed, ranked No. 8 nationally by ESPN.
Daily Nebraskan player of the week is Cady.
LJS previews* the Huskers.
Huskers finsh out* the exhibition season with a win* over Concordia-St. Paul.
Huskers take down* Wayne State in exhibition match*.
The Huskers open the season at No. 16 in the AP poll.
Meet the new assistants Stephens and Molinari.
Season starts* with Big Red Tip-Off.
College Sports Madness ranks Huskers #17.
Huskers bring recent success, solid roster, competition this season.
Theriot claims preseason All-America honors*.
Rachel Theriot earns preseason All-Big Ten honors.
Big Red Tip-Off set for Oct. 29.
Big Ten title rings arrive* and show what hard work can do. Adding more* will be hard.
BTN announces 2014-15 basketball TV coverage. Up to 16 games for Huskers.
Fervor* for Kalenta.
The annual Creighton game will be on Fox sports 1.
Conference schedule is out* with an huge 18 game schedule.
Former Husker All-American Karen Jennings* is hospitalized in Omaha after an auto accident.
Emily Cady likes the potential of the Huskers' newcomers.
Lindsey Moore* is waived by the Minnesota Lynx.
The Huskers will host Duke in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in December.
Lanie Page and Rachel Blackburn from Kansas commit to the Huskers.
Amy Stephens* joins Yori's staff*.
Hooper's amazing journey to the WNBA, special thanks to a Husker Elvis!
The Huskers sign* a star Indiana juco forward, Anya Kalenta,* from Belarus.
Kianna chooses* Arizona State over Nebraska.
Murren and Tvrdy to transfer*.
Jordan Hooper* is taken by Tulsa with the 13th pick of the WNBA draft.
Hooper not sure what to expect in WNBA draft.
Hooper named first team* WBCA All-American.
Jordan Hooper finishes 4th* in the State Farm 3-point shooting contest.*


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2014-15 SCHEDULE (4-0)
11/02   Wayne State* W 84-43
11/09   Concordia-St.Paul* W 78-46
11/15   Pepperdine W 100-65
11/16   Alcorn State W 83-49
11/19   @Washington State W 82-61
11/23   Utah W 66-43
11/28   @UCLA 3pm
11/30   Northern Colorado 2pm
12/03   Duke** 6:30pm
12/07   @Alabama 2pm
12/11   @Creighton 8:05pm
12/13   Bakersfield 2pm
12/20   High Point 3pm
12/29   @Minnesota 8pm
01/03   Maryland 3pm
01/08   @Michigan State 7:30pm
01/11   @Illinois 2pm
01/15   Penn state 6pm
01/19   Purdue 6pm
01/22   @Wisconsin 7pm
01/26   @Iowa 8pm
01/29   Illinois 7pm
02/01   Michigan 2pm
02/05   @Rutgers 6pm
02/08   @Maryland 3pm
02/12   Iowa 8pm
02/15   Wisconsin 2pm
02/18   @Northwestern 7pm
02/21   @Indiana TBA
02/24   Minnesota 8pm
03/01   Ohio State TBA
Big Ten Tournament
03/07   Minnesota* W 80-67
03/08   Michigan State* W 86-58
03/09   Iowa*# W 72-65

Brackets: PDF, Interactive; Tournament Schedule

* @Indianapolis, Ind. (Bankers Life Fieldhouse) # Big Ten Championship

NCAA Tournament
03/22   Fresno State# W 74-55
03/24   BYU# L 80-76

* Exhibition | ** Big Ten/ACC Challenge
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