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Tar Heels, Wolfpack back on women's hoops courts tonight

Posted by on Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 11:55 PM

Both UNC and N.C. State will put their undefeated early-season records on the line in women’s basketball tonight.

UNC guard Italee Lucas
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  • UNC guard Italee Lucas
The No. 14 Tar Heels’ task appears much easier, as UNC (1-0) will host Robert Morris (0-1) at 7 p.m. at Carmichael Arena.

But the Wolfpack (2-0), which is flying pretty high after winning the championship of its own Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational over the weekend, be playing Alabama (2-0) at the same time.

No. 4 UNC vs. Robert Morris
[Wednesday, 7 p.m., Carmichael Arena]
Audio:
WCHL 1360.
Records: UNC 1-0; RMU 0-1
Coaches’ records — UNC: Sylvia Hatchell 832-294, 560-214 at UNC; RMU: Sal Buscaglia 590-270, 103-79 at RMU.
Leading scorers — UNC: Italee Lucas 21.0; RMU: Mary Durojaye 18.0.
Leading rebounders — UNC: Chay Shegog 14.0; RMU: Mary Durojaye 13.0.
Assist leaders — UNC: Italee Lucas 4.0; RMU: Yohanna Morton 4.0.

N.C. State vs. Alabama
[Wednesday, 7 p.m., Coleman Coliseum]
Audio:
WKNC-FM 88.1.
Records: NCSU 2-0; UA 2-0.
Coaches’ records — NCSU: Kellie Harper 119-79, 22-14 at NCSU; UA: Wendell Hudson 25-35 at UA.
Leading scorers — NCSU: Amber White 17.5; UA: Tierney Jenkins 19.5.
Leading rebounders — NCSU: Bonae Holston 9.0; UA: Tierney Jenkins 13.0.
Assist leaders — NCSU: Emili Tasler 4.0; UA: LaToya King 5.5.

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