WOMEN IN SPORTS
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Women in sports calendar
Upcoming Women In Sports Games
April 9 2021
Huntington, West Virginia
April 11, 2021
Durham, North Carolina
April 13, 2021
April 18-20, 2021
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LOCAL women in sports making NATIONAL headlines
Lipscomb Volleyball Defeats UNF 3-1, Advances to 10th ASUN Championship Match
The North's top-seeded Lipscomb volleyball team advanced to its 10th ASUN Conference title match with a 3-1 victory over No. 2 North Florida in the ASUN semifinals at the KSU Convocation Center in Kennesaw.
Belmont Women Beat Gonzaga to Claim First NCAA Tournament Win
The Belmont women's basketball team figured out a way to overcome a height and athleticism disadvantage against Gonzaga and claimed its first NCAA Tournament win with a 64-59 upset in the first round at Strahan Arena in San Marcos, Texas.
Lady Raiders Capture C-USA Championship
Middle Tennessee (17-7) captured the Conference USA Championship with a riveting 68-65 win against defending champion Rice at the Ford Center at The Star. It marks the Lady Raiders' third C-USA championship in four title game appearances and their first since 2016.
Anastasia Hayes Named to the 2021 Jersey Mike's Naismith Women's Trophy Midseason Watch List
MTSU Women’s Basketball’s Anastasia Hayes, the nation's leading scorer in Division I women's basketball, has been named to the 2021 Jersey Mike's Naismith Women's Trophy Midseason Watch List, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced.
Madison Fuller Breaks 60 Meter and 200 Meter Records
Sophomore Madison Fuller became the second Commodore ever to break 7.6 in the 60 meters and was one of three Vandy sprinters to rewrite the record book in the 200 meters.
Vanderbilt Earned a Spot Inside the Nation’s Top Five in the Top Drawer Soccer National Poll
For the first time in program history, Vanderbilt has earned a spot inside the nation’s top five in the Top Drawer Soccer national poll. In the first release of the 2020-21 season from the organization, Vanderbilt checks in at No. 5.
Sarah Fuller's Historic Moment at 2020 Presidential Inauguration
January 20, 2021
Vanderbilt senior student-athlete Sarah Fuller, the first woman to play and score points on a Division I football team in the Power 5, was selected to participate in a televised prime-time presidential inauguration event Wednesday night.
You can watch this historic moment as Fuller introduces Vice President Kamala Harris below.
Congrats Myra Konte
Congratulations to Vanderbilt Women's Soccer defender Myra Konte, who was selected in the third round of the NWSL Draft this past weekend!
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