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Texas Women’s Basketball Knocks Off Stanford in Overtime, 87-81

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Longhorns snap top-ranked Stanford’s 28-game home winning streak. STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — This was one sweet win for Nneka Enemkpali and No. 10/13 Texas. The senior forward scored 18 points, and the Longhorns beat No. 6/1 Stanford 87-81 in overtime on Thursday night. Empress Davenport added 13 points in the Longhorns’ first win over a top-10 team in almost six years. […]

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Texas Lady Longhorns Open Season With 68-48 Win Over UTSA

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Longhorns improve to 37-4 in all-time home openers, including a 3-0 mark under Karen Aston. AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Women’s Basketball opened the 2014-15 regular season with a 68-48 victory over UTSA on Saturday at the Erwin Center. Sophomore center Kelsey Lang scored a team-high 12 points on 6-of-9 shooting, while sophomore guard Brianna Taylor and junior guard Empress Davenport scored 11 […]

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Texas Women’s Basketball Signs Elite Talents to National Letters of Intent

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AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Women’s Basketball head coach Karen Aston announced the signing of three stand-out high school seniors to National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. UT’s incoming class is being heralded as a consensus top-10 class, including a No. 4 ranking by ESPN.com. The Longhorns signed four-star forward Christina Aborowa (Ondo, Nigeria), five-star guard Lashann Higgs (Round Rock, Texas), and five-star forward Jordan Hosey (Pearland, Texas) for the 2015-16 season. All […]

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Texas Women’s Basketball Defeats OCU in Exhibition Game, 102-56

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Longhorns’ depth and second-half effort key factors in 46-point exhibition win. AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Women’s Basketball used a 29-3 run to begin the second half on its way to a 102-56 exhibition victory over Oklahoma City University on Sunday afternoon at the Frank Erwin Center. “I like what I saw from all of our players tonight,” head coach Karen Aston […]

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