Women's Basketball

    
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April 15, 2004
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Talent
Shortly after being named CIS Female Athlete of the Week, Jessica Foltinek
tore her ACL. To make things worse, the third highest scorer in Canada West, Tanya
Hautala, injured her ankle during the run for a spot at nationals. Lindsay Maundrell
was another key player for the Dinos, representing on Canada West's scoring and
rebound charts.

Coaching
Head Coach Shawnee Harle took on the youngest team she has trained since

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February 12, 2004
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As we sit back and reflect on the penultimate weekend of the University of Calgary women's basketball team's season, we wonder how the Dinos keep surprising us by lowering their standards and falling victim to teams such as the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.

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January 29, 2004
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The University of Calgary women's basketball team trudged north Jan. 23-24 to meet the University of Alberta Pandas. Not only did the girls from Edmonton hand our ladies a pair of losses, they also bitchslapped our city with a cold front o' death from the north!

Not too bad, you may think, until informed of the Pandas' 2-10 record before this weekend.

"They don't suck," blurted a noticeably agitated Lindsay Maundrell. "They've won some games this year, [pause] but oh yeah, most were against us."

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December 04, 2003
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Like a dream come true, the University of Calgary women's basketball team took down two of the top ranked teams in the country this past weekend.

The University of Winnipeg Wesmen--Wespeople for those so PC-inclined--fell hard Fri., Nov. 28, 82-77, while the Bisons from Manitoba were slaughtered the next night as if the match up occurred on the great plains circa 1879.

"I thought we would have to play out of our minds to take both games," Head Coach Shawnee Harle marvelled.

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October 23, 2003
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Elles adorent les petit garcons? The women's basketball team may never find out, as a curfew was strictly enforced when they visited Lennoxville, Quebec on the weekend.

While the team finished with one precious win in three opportunities, this mattered not to the coaching staff.

"Results now aren't that important," said Head Coach Shawnee Harle. "What we need is more time and more games."

More games are something the team would've appreciated before this tournament.

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