Women’s basketball looks to rebound from last season

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Women’s basketball looks to rebound from last season

The women’s basketball looks to improve on last season as they kick off against Denison on Friday.

The women’s basketball looks to improve on last season as they kick off against Denison on Friday.

Courtesy Observer Archives

The women’s basketball looks to improve on last season as they kick off against Denison on Friday.

Courtesy Observer Archives

Courtesy Observer Archives

The women’s basketball looks to improve on last season as they kick off against Denison on Friday.

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Last season record: 9-16 overall

Last Season University Athletic Association (UAA) Standing: 3-11, Tied for 7th place

Top Rival: Carnegie Mellon University Tartans

Returning players: 5

Newcomers: 7

Season kickoff: Friday, Nov. 13, Away at Denison University, 6 p.m.

Home Opener: Wednesday, Dec. 6 against College of Wooster, 7:30 p.m.

Head Coach: Jennifer Reimer (9th season)

Assistant Coach: Alexandra Dellas (1st season)

Team Accolades: 4 All-UAA post-season honor athletes, Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll

Player Accolades: Emily Young: UAA-All Academic honors, spent second half of last season volunteering at a hospital and orphanage in village near Mount Kilimanjaro. Jessica McCoy: Appearances in all 50 collegiate games thus far. Laura Mummey: Two consecutive All-UAA Honorable Mentions, UAA Player of the Week Award, Denison Classic All-Tournament Team