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2022.10.05 20:09 NoBarracuda2508 Way too early offseason hot takes: One free agent each team should sign

Been going through basketball withdrawal since FIBA ended, and NBA preseason just doesn’t cut it. So I went through each team and thought of one free agent they should sign this offseason. Yes, I did put more thought into some of these than others.
Feel free to roast my picks, or tell us who you think your team should sign.
LAS VEGAS ACES – Tina Charles – PF/C
Tina’s ring-chasing journey has taken her from New York to Washington to Phoenix to Seattle over the past three seasons. If the Aces don’t cut someone or suspend Dearica Hamby’s contract for next season, Tina would have to be willing to take close to the minimum. But she’d be joining a team with a championship-level core and strong leaders in Becky Hammon, A’ja Wilson and Chelsea Gray.
Kiah Stokes was the clear weak link on the Aces championship roster. She came up with a couple of blocks and did well enough on the boards, but she’s a complete non-factor on offense. Charles is a downgrade defensively, but she might help the Aces unlock one of the most dominant offenses in the history of basketball. The Aces already have a strong culture, so Tina’s history of dysfunction shouldn’t keep them from making an offer.
CONNECTICUT SUN – Sophie Cunningham – G/F
The Sun’s grit and grind, bully ball style made them the villains of the 2022 playoffs. So why not go all-in on the heel turn and give people a real reason to hate them, while also filling their biggest need?
The Sun need a reliable three point shooter, and Cunningham was one of the best in the league this year. She’s shown the ability to play from the 2 up to the 4, a versatility that’s useful for a Sun team that will need to tinker with its rotations to see how it can get the best out of its All-Star frontcourt of Jonquel Jones, Alyssa Thomas and DeWanna Bonner. Most of all, she’s physical and she has the attitude and chip on her shoulder to fit in with the Sun.
Curt Miller had a lot of praise for Sophie when Phoenix played in Connecticut this year, calling her the most underrated player in the league. I’d put money on him at least making her an offer, but Phoenix does have the right to match any offer since she is an RFA.
CHICAGO SKY – Sami Whitcomb – G
This one was tough because Candace Parker, Courtney Vandersloot, Allie Quigley, Emma Meesseman, Azura Stevens and Rebekah Gardner are all free agents. There’s some uncertainty about Parker’s future, and there have been whispers about Vandersloot heading elsewhere going back to last offseason, but I’m going to assume here that all but Stevens and Gardner are coming back.
The Sky and their free-moving offense were a dominant force all season, but their age seemed to show in an exhausting semi finals matchup against Connecticut. Allie Quigley especially just didn’t look like the automatic shooting machine we’ve come to expect, and she was really up and down all season long. It might take some creative accounting to fit her into the salary cap, but Sami Whitcomb solves those questions immediately, becoming the reliable spot up shooter that Quigley just might not be anymore. Whitcomb had a somewhat down year efficiency-wise, but she would be in a better position to just focus on shooting as the fourth or fifth option on the Sky.
SEATTLE STORM – Courtney Vandersloot – PG
I know I just said I’m assuming Vanderquigs stays in Chicago, but what if the Washington native decides she’s spent enough time on her wife’s hometown team and wants to head closer to her own home?
Obviously the Storm need a new point guard since Sue Bird is (almost definitely) not coming back next season, and tying herself to 28-year-old Breanna Stewart instead of 36-year-old Candace Parker might look like a better option to Vandersloot as she thinks about putting a bow on her Hall of Fame career over the next few seasons. But replacing a GOAT-tier player, especially one who literally built the Seattle Storm franchise, can be a daunting task. And questions over where Stewart will play in the future – whether it's Turkey or New York – might make it a less attractive destination.
The disappointing first-round sweep to the Seattle Storm doesn’t give credit to just how talented this roster is. But they live and die with Elena Delle Donne and her back, and they trusted that if they got her to the playoffs healthy, she could do her thing.
She pulled her weight in the playoffs, but their decision to rest her throughout the season doomed them to the 5 seed and a first round matchup on the road in Seattle. The Mystics went 18-7 with Delle Donne during the regular season, and 4-7 without her. Even one more win would have at least secured home-court advantage against Seattle, and flipping the non-EDD record to 7-4 would have pushed the Mystics up to the 3 seed.
Back injuries don’t just go away. We’ll probably see some level of load management for EDD for the rest of her career, so the Mystics need someone who can pick up the slack when she is resting. Azura Stevens is a good fit because of her versatility. She can come off the bench behind EDD and Shakira Austin, and she’s enough of a shooter that she can play in a lineup with both of them [with EDD at the 3]. And on nights that Delle Donne is resting, a lineup with Azura at the 4 and Shakira at the 5 will be able to frustrate even good frontcourts on defense.
DALLAS WINGS – Teaira McCowan – C
This might be cheating since every other team is getting a new player, but I don’t think I can overstate how much the Wings need to re-sign Teaira McCowan, who is a restricted free agent.
McCowan was as dominant a big as you could find in the SEC, but she floundered on the bench on a rudderless Indiana Fever team before the Wings traded two first round picks to bring her to Arlington this season.
For the first half of the season, it looked like McCowan’s talent would be lost to incompetence again as she sat on the bench. But she found her way into the starting lineup in July, and Dallas went 8-5 to end the season, securing the 6-seed in the playoffs. Finally given the opportunity, she showed that she can be a dominant force in the post.
She appears poised to see a max offer from at least one team, and Dallas has to match it. If they let her go, not only did they burn two first-round picks for a one-season rental they didn’t even use to her full potential – they will lose yet another star talent to dysfunction and incompetence.
NEW YORK LIBERTY – Nneka Ogwumike – PF/C
What, you thought I was going to say Stewie?
Putting aside dreams of the best player alive packing up and moving across the country to play for a franchise that hasn’t been to the Finals since the Patriot Act, there are other stars who might have good reason to leave the team they’ve called home for their entire career.
The Sparks are a mess and don’t look like they have a path back to being competitive in the immediate future, and Nneka Ogwumike might not want to waste the remaining years of her prime there. New York gives her the opportunity to form a formidable frontcourt with Natasha Howard, and join forces with a rising, playmaking star in Sabrina Ionescu. The defense and pick and rolls would be ridiculous.
It would be difficult to give up the marketing and media opportunities that come with being a star in LA, but New York offers the same opportunities – plus inroads into all kinds of lucrative post-playing careers.
PHOENIX MERCURY – Tiffany Hayes – G
Hayes might be a candidate for a change of scenery after spending ten seasons with the Atlanta Dream. The organization has been a mess the past few seasons, and while things seem to be turning around with Rhyne Howard and Tanisha Wright, her surprise absence at the end of the season to play a 3x3 tournament for Azerbaijan was an ominous sign.
Assuming BG is freed and wants to play next season, and Diana Taurasi doesn’t retire, adding Hayes could make Phoenix contenders again. Hayes’ best years may be behind her, but she’s still a very good 3 and D wing who will space the floor better than Diamond DeShields.
ATLANTA DREAM – Alysha Clark – F/G
After ROY Rhyne Howard, the Dream have a lot of holes to fill. Unless they can lure a real superstar, it doesn’t seem like there’s a path for them to jump into contention through free agency right away. So we’re looking for someone who can help them on the transition from a franchise in shambles back to relevancy.
Clark would step in as a versatile veteran leader, who can fill multiple roles depending on how the rest of the team comes together, and who can teach the Dream’s young core what it takes to win in this league. And she and Howard would make a ridiculous duo defending the wing.
MINNESOTA LYNX – Natisha Hiedeman – G
The Lynx have a lot of holes to fill after a disappointing lottery finish and the retirement of Hall of Fame Center Sylvia Fowles. Unfortunately for them, they have more than $600,000 tied up in Napheesa Collier, Aerial Powers and Kayla McBride, and only have $539,000 to fill six open roster spots. Really the only path to signing another max contract would be to fill the other five spots with players on the non-veteran minimum (which is not a good idea).
But Reeve likes to bet on players with upside, and Natisha Hiedeman has gone from Big East afterthought to pretty good shooter to solid two-way guard in just a few seasons— and she still has room to grow. Reeve said her team’s biggest problem last season was a lack of buy-in, and Hiedeman is the kind of player who can help your locker room culture. She’s worked hard quietly behind the scenes to become a solid defender, and she’s taken every opportunity she’s been given on the court and run with it.
She’s an RFA, so the Lynx will have to outbid the Sun to get her, but the Sun are pretty strapped for cash so it might not take that much. And the Wisconsin native might welcome a return to the upper midwest.
INDIANA FEVER – Brionna Jones – C/PF
It’s not often as a small-market team that you get a chance to sign a free agent who can take a franchise from a perpetual bottom dweller to the path to a potential contender, so the Fever can’t let Bri Jones get away. Sure Queen Egbo looked pretty good as a rookie, and she might turn out to be a pretty good W player some day. The Fever can’t let that stop them from getting a player who might be the second-best center in the WNBA after BG.
Bri Jones has maybe the strongest legs in the league and some of the quickest, smoothest footwork of any post player. She’s deceptively quick on defense, and she’s been the quarterback of some ridiculous defenses in Connecticut. Most importantly, she has the kind of quiet and humble, but fiercely determined attitude that can make her a cornerstone in a small market like Indy for years. They won’t be the only teams willing to pay good money to have Bri Jones, so they’ll need to sell her on her role and their future.
No need to drag anyone else down with you. Just chill out for a bit and stop trading away your draft picks, then we’ll revisit.
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2022.02.18 13:47 AnUltimateRessie VFLW: Round One Report & Round Two Preview (vs Hawthorn on Saturday) - Geelong Cats

Round One

Defeated Carlton Blues by 59 points at Deakin University, Geelong
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Geelong Cats 2.1 5.1 7.4 11.7 73
Carlton Blues 0.0 0.1 1.2 2.2 14
Goals: Olivia Barber 3, Sachi Degiacomi 2, Claudia Gunjaca 2, Mia Skinner 2, Georgia Clarke, Breanna Pratt
Best: Olivia Barber, Paige Sheppard, Tamara Smith, Claudia Gunjaca, Sachi DeGiacomi
A free-kick friendly first quarter made sure that Geelong didn’t get too far away from Carlton but it did not last long as the Cats blew out the margin in the second quarter and held Carlton to a goalless first half. The Blues were able to score in the second half but so was Geelong as they kicked six goals to two to force the final margin to 59 points.
Geelong was able to set themselves up well after holding strong defensively under pressure with Stephanie Williams impressing the crowd at a new half-back role using her electric speed to move the ball forward while Melissa Bragg showed glimpses but was messy with her disposal. Olivia Barber was the Cats best in her return from a messy knee injury as she kicked three goals while being a strong presence across the ground collecting 17 disposals and nine marks. Barber also had to take ruck duties with 12 hit outs. VFL-listed duo Paige Sheppard and Tamara Smith look to back up their impressive 2021 seasons with Sheppard leading disposals (26) and clearances (10) while Smith followed behind her with 20 disposals and dominated the tackle statistic with 12 tackles.
Key Stat Winners:
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Round Two

Geelong Cats vs Hawthorn Hawks
Saturday, February 19th, 12:00 pm at Deakin University, Geelong.
Where to watch?: Youtube -
Last time they met: Round 13, 2021: Hawthorn Hawks (4.2 26) defeated by Geelong Cats (4.8 32)
Last Week:
  • Geelong Cats: Won against Carlton Blues by 59 points.
  • Hawthorn Hawks: Won against North Melbourne by 59 points.
Ladder Position:
  • Geelong Cats: 2nd
  • Hawthorn Hawks: 1st
The Geelong Cats and Hawthorn Hawks both had fantastic starts to the season with similar scorelines to each other. It’s not clear how good the Hawks are going to be yet after only beating North Melbourne, who struggled in 2021, and that’s similar to the Geelong Cats and beating Carlton.
A home ground advantage and not having to travel should give Geelong the advantage but Hawthorn’s Tegan Cunningham will give the Cat’s lack of a ruckwomen some trouble.
Prediction: Geelong by 7 points.
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2021.09.08 11:33 The_Real_Sceptray Current 2K21 Leaks Summarised

First off we've got the obvious changes, the soundtrack, team rosters, and player ratings will be changing this year. The updated versions of player ratings have been met with some controversy by players and fans alike. Here are some NBA2K22 ratings that are particularly contentious:
Russel Westbrook - 85 OVR - This is some serious disrespect for the man that overtook Big O for total career triple-doubles last season. Brodie will be playing with the LA Lakers this season.
LeBron James - 96 OVR - Last season LeBron showed serious signs of regression, and his age seems to finally be catching up to him. While he will undoubtedly be a great player for at least a few more years, few fans truly believe that The King is deserving of the tied-highest rating in the game.
Cade Cunningham - 80 OVR - I will concede that I am friends with a lot of Detroit Pistons fans, so this may be personal bias here. Most people I've talked to believe that Cade is deserving of about an 83 overall rating.
Breanna Stewart - 95 OVR - While many people will argue that ranking WNBA players with NBA players is simply unfair, the game doesn't see it this way. The simple truth of the matter is that Breanna Stewart would be, at most, a ~80 overall if she competed in the NBA.

Dribbling The dribbling system has been completely overhauled, so you can stick it out with your dribble god shooter build from 21. Dribbling is reportedly more skill-based and also much faster. The hesitation from 2K17 seems to be back in the game and more signature moves have been added.
Shooting Shooting is supposedly more customisable this year, with more options for release speeds and shot building. This system is, like dribbling, reportedly more skill-based. Precision shooting seems to be taking a bigger role in the game, and shot aiming is now more skill based.
Finishing Okay so hear me out - You don't need a release meter for dunking. The ball is released when your hand hits the ring. 2K really stuffed up now by putting a dunk meter in the new version of the game. Alley-oops are "more skill based", what this means I am not sure, but that's what 2K says.

In Conclusion
So the game is worse for casual gamers, but players who pay-to-win and are genuinely good at the game seem like they're about to have a good time. Start saving guys, 2k has said nothing about changing VC prices.
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2020.08.08 17:56 ahayling [Game thread] (3) Phoenix Mercury (4-2) vs (1) Seattle Storm (5-1) (8/8/20)

2020 WNBA Game August 8th, 2020

All Teams are in Brandeton, Florida

(3) Phoenix Merucry vs (1) Seattle Storm

Game Info
Saturday, August 8th, 2020 Brandeton, FL
Where to Watch: TV: ABC Game Info TV: TSN (Canada)
NOTE This is the first game between these two teams.
NOTE Epiphany Prince is absent for the Seattle Storm. She left the bubble for personal reasons.

Phoenix Mercury

Phoenix Mercury Roster (Usual Starters in Bold) Head Coach Walt Hopkins
Diana Taurasi Skylar Diggins-Smith Brianna Turner Sophie Cunningham Brittney Griner
Bria Hartley [INJ] Shatori Walker-Kimborough Nia Coffey Kia Vaughn Jessica Breland [MED-O]
Ahlanna Smith
[R] Rookie, [INJ] Injured, [ABS] Absent and [MED-O - Opted out Medically]

Seattle Storm

Seattle Storm Roster (Usual Starters in Bold) Head Coach Gary Kloppenburg
Sue Bird [INJ] Jewell Loyd Alysha Clark Breanna Stewart Natasha Howard
Jordin Canada Sami Whitcomb Morgan Tuck Eziyoda Magbegor [R] Mercedes Russell
Crystal Langhorne Epiphany Prince [ABS]
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2020.08.03 07:07 tiny_doughnut AFLW Sign and Trade: Master Post

Hi everyone!
Going to keep an eye on incoming signings and list changes as we go along, don’t hesitate to post any articles that you see and give me a poke if I haven’t updated!
Hope you’re all staying safe and well, and we’ll be back at Ikon Park for season 2021 soon 🍩❤️
Points worth remembering for this trade period:
Day 1 Wrap Day 2 Wrap Day 3 Wrap Day 4 Wrap Day 5 Wrap Day 6 Wrap Day 7 Wrap Day 8 Wrap

Adelaide Crows:

Signed: ✅ - Najwa Allen, 1yr - Sarah Allen, until 2021 - Chelsea Biddell, 1yr - Hannah Button, 1yr - Ailish Considine, 1yr - Dayna Cox, 1yr - Angela Foley, until 2021 - Renee Forth, 1yr - Nikki Gore, 1yr - Caitlin Gould, 1yr - Anne Hatchard, until 2021 - Eloise Jones, until 2021 - Ebony Marinoff, until 2021 - Montana McKinnon, 1yr - Rhiannon Metcalfe, 1yr - Justine Mules, 1yr - Hannah Munyard, 1yr? - Maddi Newman, 1yr - Erin Phillips, 1yr - Danielle Ponter, 1yr - Marijana Rajcic, until 2021 - Chelsea Randall, until 2021 - Chloe Scheer, until 2021 - Jess Sedunary, 1yr? - Stevie-Lee Thompson, until 2021 - Deni Varnhagen, until 2021 - Lisa Whiteley, 1yr?
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Nicole Campbell (delisted) - Courtney Cramey (retired) - Jess Foley (retired) - Courtney Gum (retired) - Sophie Li (retired) - Maisie Nankivell, (step away/Suncorp Super Netball) - Jaimi Tabb (delisted) - Ruth Wallace (step away)

Brisbane Lions:

Signed: ✅ - Ally Anderson, until 2022 - Lauren Arnell, 1yr - Emily Bates, until 2022 - Greta Bodey, 2yrs - Shannon Campbell, 2yrs - Gabby Collingwood, 1yr - Sophie Conway, until 2021 - Dakota Davidson, 2yrs - Belle Dawes, 2yrs - Jade Ellenger, 1yr - Nat Grider, 2yrs - Tahlia Hickie, 2yrs - Courtney Hodder, 1yr (Rookie) - Jesse Keeffe, 1yr - Breanna Koenen, 2yrs - Rheanne Lugg, 2yrs - Kate Lutkins, until 2022 - Maria Moloney, 2yrs - Orla O’Dwyer, 1yr (Rookie) - Lily Postlethwaite, 2yrs - Selina Priest, 1yr - Taylor Smith, 1yr - Cathy Svarc, 2yrs - Jesse Wardlaw, 2yrs - Sharni Webb, 1yr - Jess Wuetschner, until 2022 - Jordan Zanchetta, 1yr - Emma Zielke, 1yr
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Arianna Clarke (released/stepping away) - Hannah Hillman (delisted) - Brianna McFarlane (delisted)

Carlton Blues:

Signed: ✅ - Lauren Brazzale, 1yr - Alison Downie, 1yr - Jess Edwards, 1yr - Grace Egan, until 2022 - Georgia Gee, until 2022 - Serena Gibbs, 2yrs - Maddy Guerin, 2yrs - Charlotte Hammans, 1yr - Kerryn Harrington, until 2022 - Courtney Jones, 1yr - Mua Laloifi, 2yrs - Katie Loynes, 1yr - Lucy McEvoy, until 2022 - Breann Moody, 2yrs - Elise O’Dea, 2yrs - Natalie Plane, 2yrs - Maddy Prespakis, until 2022 - Brooke Vernon, 2yrs - Brooke Walker, 1yr - Charlotte Wilson, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Sarah Hosking to Richmond - Jayde Van Dyk to St Kilda - Chloe Dalton to Inactive List for 2021, has signed with the club for 2022
Delistings: ✴️ - Joanne Doonan (delisted) - Emerson Woods (delisted) - Katie Harrison (delisted) - Sharnie Whiting (delisted)

Collingwood Magpies:

Signed: ✅ - Sophie Alexander, 1yr - Jordyn Allen, until 2021 - Britt Bonnici, 1yr - Ash Brazill, until 2021 - Lauren Butler, 1yr? - Mikala Cann, 1yr? - Sophie Casey, 1yr - Steph Chiocci, 1yr? - Bri Davey, 1yr - Abbey Green, 1yr - Jaimee Lambert, 1yr - Sharni Layton, 1yr - Stacey Livingstone, 1yr - Jordan Membrey, 1yr - Chloe Molloy, until 2021 - Aliesha Newman, 1yr - Ebony O’Dea, 1yr - Alana Porter, 1yr? - Imogen Purcell, 1yr, Category B Rookie - Sarah Rowe, 1yr - Ruby Schleicher, until 2021 - Aishling Sheridan, 1yr - Maddie Shevlin, until 2021 - Kristy Stratton, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Sarah Dargan to Richmond - Sarah D’Arcy to Richmond - Katie Lynch to Western Bulldogs
Delistings: ✴️ - Kaila Bentvelzen (step away) - Georgia Gourlay (delisted) - Emma Grant (retired) - Eliza Hynes (retired) - Machaelia Roberts (retirement)

Fremantle Dockers:

Signed: ✅ - Ebony Antonio, until 2022 - Kara Antonio, until 2022 - Kiara Bowers, until 2022 - Tayla Brealand, until 2021 - Steph Cain, until 2021 - Janelle Cuthbertson, 1yr - Sabreena Duffy, until 2021 - Evie Gooch, 1yr - Katie Jayne Grieve, 1yr - Gemma Houghton, until 2021 - Leah Mascall, 1yr - Ann McMahon, 1yr - Hayley Miller, 2yrs - Emma O’Driscoll, 1yr - Gabby O’Sullivan, until 2022 - Laura Pugh, 1yr - Roxy Roux, 2yrs - Matilda Sergeant, until 2021 - Philipa Seth, until 2021 - Ashley Sharp, until 2021 - Ange Stannett, until 2021 - Jasmine Stewart, 1yr - Mim Strom, 2yrs - Tarnee Tester, 1yr, free agent signing - Aine Tighe, 1yr - Jess Trend, 1yr - Bianca Webb, 1yr - Alex Williams, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Tayla Bresland to West Coast Eagles
Delisted: ✴️ - Mia-Rae Clifford (delisted) - Sarah Garstone (delisted) - Lindal Rhode (delisted - Kate Flood (personal reasons)

Geelong Cats:

Signed: ✅ - Maddie Boyd, 1yr - Millie Brown, 2yrs - Rene Caris, 1yr - Georgia Clarke, 1yr - Rocky Cranston, 1yr - Julia Crockett-Gills, 2yrs - Kate Darby, 1yr - Renee Garing, 1yr - Nicole Garner, 1yr - Rebecca Goring, 1yr - Danielle Higgins, 2yrs - Jordan Ivey, 1yr - Maddy Keryk, 2yrs - Madisen Maguire, 1yr - Amy McDonald, 2yrs - Meghan McDonald, 2yrs - Maddy McMahon, 1yr - Phoebe McWilliams, 1yr - Nina Morrison, 2yrs - Aasta O’Connor, 1yr - Olivia Purcell, 1yr - Georgie Rankin, 1yr - Mia Skinner, 1yr - Denby Taylor, 1yr - Sophie Van De Heuvel, 2yrs - Rebecca Webster, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Cassie Blakeway (delisted) - Melissa Hickey (retired) - Anna Teague (retired) - Gemma Wright (delisted)

Gold Coast Suns:

Signed: ✅ - Lauren Ahrens, 1yr? - Alison Drennan, 1yr - Hannah Dunn, 1yr? - Tiarna Ernst, 1yr? - Cheyenne Hammond, 1yr? - Ellie Hampson, 1yr? - Dee Heslop, 1yr? - Kalinda Howarth, 1yr? - Paige Parker, until 2021 - Brittany Perry, 1yr? - Jade Pregelj, 1yr? - Molly Ritson, 1yr? - Jamie Stanton, 1yr? - Kate Surman, 1yr? - Serene Watson, 1yr? - Jacqui Yorston, 1yr?
Movements: 🔄 - Charlotte Hammans to Carlton - Taylor Smith to Brisbane
Delisted: ✴️ - Georgia Breward, (delisted) - Lexi Hamilton, (delisted) - Maddy Roberts, (delisted) - Tayla Thorn, (delisted) - Kitara Whap-Farrar, (delisted)

GWS Giants:

Signed: ✅ - Jessica Allan, 1yr - Nicola Barr, 1yr - Rebecca Beeson, 2yr - Elle Bennetts, 1yr - Yvonne Bonner, 1yr - Jess Dal Pos, 1yr - Taylah Davies, 1yr - Alicia Eva, 2yr - Georgia Garnett, 1yr - Emily Goodsir, 1yr - Sarah Halvorsen, 1yr - Tanya Hetherington, 1yr - Jodie Hicks, 1yr - Annalyse Lister, 1yr - Tait Mackrill, 2yr - Erin McKinnon, 1yr - Alyce Parker, 2yr - Rebecca Privitelli, 2yr - Pepa Randall, 2yr - Aimee Schmidt, 1yr - Katherine Smith, 2yrs - Cora Staunton, 1yr - Lisa Steane, 1yr - Louise Stephenson, 2yr - Britt Tully, 1yr - Haneen Zreika, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Lisa Whiteley to Adelaide Crows
Delisted: ✴️ - Ellie Brush (retired to focus on Matildas/Olympic opportunity - Ingrid Nielsen (retired) - Maggie Gorham (retired)

Melbourne Demons:

Signed: ✅ - Libby Birch, 2yrs - Gabby Colvin, 1yr - Tegan Cunningham, until 2021 - Meg Downie, until 2021 - Chantel Emonson, 2yrs - Maddi Gay, 2yrs - Sinead Goldrick, 1yr - Tyla Hanks, 2yrs - Shelley Heath, 2yrs - Kate Hore, 2yrs - Sarah Lampard, until 2021 - Lauren Magee, 1yr - Niamh McEvoy, 1yr - Lily Mithen, 2yrs - Jackie Parry, 1yr - Karen Paxman, 1yr - Daisy Pearce, 1yr - Lauren Pearce, until 2021 - Krstel Petrevski, 1yr - Shelley Scott, 1yr - Casey Sherriff, 2yrs - Shae Sloane, 1yr - Breanna Tarrant, 1yr - Eden Zanker, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Harriet Cordner to Richmond - Maddy Guerin to Carlton - Bianca Jakobsson to St Kilda - Aliesha Newman to Collingwood - Elise O’Dea fo Carlton - Katherine Smith to GWS
Delisted: ✴️ - Ainslie Kemp (delisted)

North Melbourne Kangaroos:

Signed: ✅ - Grace Campbell, 1yr? - Mia King, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Abbey Green to (Collingwood) - Jess Trend to Fremantle Dockers
Delistings: ✴️ - Chloe Haines (delisted) - Libby Haines (delisted) - Emma Humphries (delisted) - Taylor Mesiti (step away) - Mairead Seoighe (delisted)

Richmond Tigers:

Signed: ✅ - Christina Bernardi, until 2021 - Maddy Brancatisano, 1yr - Katie Brennan, until 2021 - Hannah Buchell, 1yr - Akec Makur Chuot, 1yr - Monique Conti, until 2021 - Harriet Cordner, 1yr - Sarah D’Arcy, 1yr - Sarah Dargan, 1yr - Kate Dempsey, 1yr - Alice Edmonds, 1yr - Sabrina Frederick, until 2021 - Emily Harley, 1yr - Sarah Hosking, 2yrs - Kodi Jacques, 1yr - Laura McClelland, 1yr - Sarah Molan, 1yr - Phoebe Monahan, 1yr - Rebecca Miller, 1yr - Ilish Ross, 1yr - Sarah Sansonetti, 1yr - Cleo Saxon-Jones, 1yr - Gabby Seymour, 1yr - Tayla Stahl, 1yr - Courtney Wakefield, 1yr - Holly Whitford, 1yr - Alana Woodward, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Grace Campbell to North Melbourne
Delistings: ✴️ - Laura Bailey (retired) - Nakaela Butler (delisted - Ciara Fitzgerald (delisted - Emma Horne (delisted) - Lauren Tesoriero (retired) - Ella Wood (retired)

St Kilda Saints:

Signed: ✅ - Nadia von Bertouch, until 2022 - Ali Brown, until 2022 - Rosie Dillon, 2yrs - Jayde Van Dyk, 1yr? - Nat Exon, 1yr - Clara Fitzpatrick, until 2022 - Caitlin Greiser, until 2022 - Darcy Guttridge, 1yr - Bianca Jakobsson, 1yr? - Selena Karlson, until 2021 - Poppy Kelly, until 2022 - Tilly Lucas-Rodd, 2yrs - Tamara Luke, until 2022 - Kate McCarthy, until 2022 - Molly McDonald, 2yrs - Georgia Patrikios, until 2022 - Cat Phillips, 1yr - Hannah Priest, 2yrs - Isabella Shannon, 2yrs - Kate Shierlaw, until 2022 - Olivia Vesely, 2yrs - Rhiannon Watt, 2yrs - Tarni White, 2yrs - Claudia Whitfort, 1yr - Nicola Xenos, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Jess Sedunary to Adelaide Crows - Alison Drennan to GC Suns
Delistings: ✴️ - Sammie Johnson (delisted) - Mel Kuys (delisted) - Emma Mackie (retired) - Courteney Munn (retire) - Kelly O’Neill (delisted)

West Coast Eagles:

Signed: ✅ - Ashlee Atkins, until 2021 - Mikayla Bowen, 2yrs? - Tayla Bresland, 1yr - Hayley Bullas, 2yrs? - Imahra Cameron, 2yrs? - Mhicca Carter, Rookie - Melissa Caulfield, until 2021 - Maddy Collier, until 2021 - Beatrice Devlyn, 1yr - McKenzie Dowrick, until 2021 - Kellie Gibson, until 2021 - Brianna Green, until 2021 - Courtney Guard, until 2021 - Ashton Hill, 1yr - Dana Hooker, until 2023 - Alicia Janz, until 2021 - Parris Laurie, until 2022 - Grace Kelly, 2yrs - Niamh Kelly, 2yrs - Aisling McCarthy, 1yr - Sophie McDonald, 1yr - Kate Orme, 1yr - Chantella Perera, 1yr - Belinda Smith, until 2022 - Emma Swanson, until 2021
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Talia Radan (retired) - Kate Bartlett (delisted) - Emily Bonser (retired) - Cassie Davidson (delisted) - Emily McGuire (delisted) - Daniela Pisconeri (delisted) - Tarnee Tester (delisted)

Western Bulldogs:

The Doggies didn’t specify contract lengths per player, so take ‘1yr’ with a grain of salt
Signed: ✅ - Deanna Berry, 1yr - Ellie Blackburn, 1yr - Eleanor Brown, 1yr - Naomi Ferres, 1yr - Ellyse Gamble, 1yr - Elisabeth Georgeostathis, 1yr - Angelica Gogos, 1yr - Isabella Grant, 1yr - Ashleigh Guest, 1yr - Britney Gutknecht, 1yr - Katy Herron, 1yr - Bailey Hunt, 1yr - Isabel Huntington, 1yr - Gemma Lagioia, 1yr - Kirsty Lamb, 1yr - Brooke Lochland, 1yr - Katie Lynch, 1yr - Dani Marshall, 1yr - Kirsten McLeod, 1yr - Celine Moody, 1yr - Nell Morris-Dalton, 1yr - Gabby Newton, 1yr - Kim Rennie, 1yr - Hannah Scott, 1yr - Lauren Spark, 1yr - Bonnie Toogood, 1yr - Amelia Van Oosterwijck, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Aisling McCarthy to West Coast Eagles - Hannah Munyard to Adelaide Crows
Delisted: ✴️ - Nicole Callinan (retired)
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2020.05.26 22:06 hubwub Roster Deadline Day - May 26, 2020

What's happened today?
Atlanta Dream
Guards Forwards / Centers
Chennedy Carter Monique Billings
Blake Dietrick Brittany Brewer
Tiffany Hayes Kalani Brown
Alexis Jones Glory Johnson
Renee Montgomery Shekinna Stricklen
Courtney Williams Elizabeth Williams
Chicago Sky
Guards Forwards / Centers
Sydney Colson Stefanie Dolson
Kahleah Cooper Ruthy Hebard
Diamond DeShields Javental Lavender
Allie Quigley Cheyenne Parker
Courtney Vandersloot Azura Stevens
- Gabby Williams
Connecticut Sun
Guards Forwards / Centers
Dewanna Bonner Jonquel Jones
Kaila Charles Brionna Jones
Natisha Hiedeman Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis
Bria Holmes Theresa Plaisance
Briann January Alyssa Thomas
Jasmine Thomas -
Dallas Wings
Guards Forwards / Centers
Katie Lou Samuelson Megan Gustafson
Allisha Gray Isabelle Harrison
Tyasha Harris Astou Ndour
Moriah Jefferson Satou Sabally
Marina Mabrey Kayla Thornton
Arike Ogunbowale Bella Alarie
Indiana Fever
Guards Forwards / Centers
Julie Allemand Natalie Achonwa
Kennedy Burke Lauren Cox
Kathleen Doyle Candice Dupree
Betnijah Laney Teaira McCowan
Tiffany Mitchell -
Kelsey Mitchell -
Victoria Vivians -
Erica Wheeler -
Las Vegas Aces
Guards Forwards / Centers
Lindsay Allen Liz Cambage
Kayla McBride Dearica Hamby
Kelsey Plum Angel McCoughtry
Danielle Robinson Carolyn Swords
Sugar Rodgers A'ja Wilson
Jackie Young -
Los Angeles Sparks
Guards Forwards / Centers
Riquna Williams Kristine Anigwe
Chelsea Gray Marie Gülich
Tierra Ruffin-Pratt Nneka Ogwumike
Brittney Sykes Chiney Ogwumike
Kristi Toliver Candace Parker
Sydney Wiese Seimone Augustus
Minnesota Lynx
Guards Forwards / Centers
Rachel Banham Kayla Alexander
Lexie Brown Cecilia Zandalasini
Crystal Dangerfield Napheesa Collier
Shenise Johnson Damiris Dantas
Bridget Carleton Sylvia Fowles
Karima Christmas-Kelly Mikiah Herbert Harrigan
New York Liberty
Guards Forwards / Centers
Rebecca Allen Leaonna Odom
Layshia Clarendon Kylee Shook
Asia Durr Kiah Stokes
Sabrina Ionescu Megan Walker
Jazmine Jones Jocelyn Willoughby
Kia Nurse Amanda Zahui B
Phoenix Mercury
Guards Forwards / Centers
Sophie Cunningham Jessica Breland
Skylar Diggins-Smith Nia Coffey
Bria Hartley Brittney Griner
Diana Taurasi Alanna Smith
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough Brianna Turner
- Kia Vaughn
Seattle Storm
Guards Forwards / Centers
Sue Bird Alysha Clark
Jordin Canada Natasha Howard
Jewell Loyd Crystal Langhorne
Epiphanny Prince Ezi Magbegor
Sami Whitcomb Mercedes Russell
- Breanna Stewart
- Morgan Tuck
Washington Mystics
Guards Forwards / Centers
Ariel Atkins Tina Charles
Natasha Cloud Elena Delle Donne
Kiara Leslie Tianna Hawkins
Leilani Mitchell Myisha Hines-Allen
- Emma Meesseman
- Aerial Powers
- LaToya Sanders
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2019.11.06 12:36 tiny_doughnut AFLW: Lists locked in for 2020

Source - Reddit is being weird and not letting me post the link the usual way
Adelaide Crows 🔴🔶🔵 - Sarah Allan -Najwa Allen - Chelsea Biddell - Nicole Campbell - Dayna Cox - Courtney Cramey - Angela Foley - Jessica Foley - Renee Forth - Nikki Gore - Caitlin Gould - Courtney Gum - Anne Hatchard - Eloise Jones - Sophie Li - Ebony Marinoff - Montana McKinnon - Rhiannon Metcalfe - Justine Mules - Madison Newman - Erin Phillips - Danielle Ponter - Marijana Rajcic - Chelsea Randall - Chloe Scheer - Jaimi Tabb - Stevie-Lee Thompson - Deni Varnhagen - Ruth Wallace Rookie: Ailish Considine Inactive list: Hannah Button (née Martin) (ACL), Maisie Nankivell (netball)
Brisbane Lions 🦁 - Ally Anderson - Lauren Arnell - Emily Bates - Lucy Bellinger - Shannon Campbell - Arianna Clarke - Gabby Collingwood - Sophie Conway - Dakota Davidson - Isabel Dawes - Jade Ellenger - Natalie Grider - Tahlia Hickie - Hannah Hillman - Jessy Keeffe - Breanna Koenen - Rheanne Lugg - Kate Lutkins - Maria Moloney - Lily Postlethwaite - Selina Priest - Catherine Svarc - Jesse Wardlaw - Sharni Webb - Jess Wuestchner - Jordan Zanchetta - Emma Zielke Rookies: Greta Bodey, Brianna McFarlane, Orla O'Dwyer
Carlton Blues 🔵 - Lauren Brazzale - Chloe Dalton - Alison Downie - Jess Edwards - Grace Egan - Georgia Gee - Serena Gibbs - Kerryn Harrington - Tayla Harris - Jess Hosking - Sarah Hosking - Courtney Jones - Vaomua Laloifi - Katie Loynes - Lucy McEvoy - Abbie McKay - Breann Moody - Natalie Plane - Gabriella Pound - Madison Prespakis - Nicola Stevens - Jayde Van Dyk - Brooke Vernon - Darcy Vescio - Brooke Walker - Sharnie Whiting - Charlotte Wilson - Emerson Woods Rookies: Joanne Doonan, Katie Harrison
Collingwood Magpies ⚫️⚪️⚫️ - Sophie Alexander - Jordyn Allen - Kaila Bentvelzen - Britt Bonnici - Ashleigh Brazill - Lauren Butler - Mikala Cann - Sophie Casey - Steph Chiocci - Sarah D'Arcy - Sarah Dargan - Brianna Davey - Erica Fowler - Georgia Gourlay - Emma Grant - Eliza Hynes - Jaimee Lambert - Stacey Livingstone - Katie Lynch - Jordan Membrey - Chloe Molloy - Ebony O'Dea - Alana Porter - Machaelia Roberts - Ruby Schleicher - Maddie Shevlin - Kristy Stratton Rookies: Sharni Layton, Sarah Rowe, Aishling Sheridan
Fremantle Dockers ⚓️ - Ebony Antonio - Kara Antonio (nee Donnellan) - Kiara Bowers - Tayla Bresland - Steph Cain - Mia-Rae Clifford - Janelle Cuthbertson - Sabreena Duffy - Sarah Garstone - Evie Gooch - Katie-Jayne Grieve - Gemma Houghton - Leah Mascall - Ann McMahon - Hayley Miller - Emma O'Driscoll - Gabby O'Sullivan - Laura Pugh - Roxanne Roux - Matilda Sergeant - Philipa Seth - Ashley Sharp - Angelique Stannett - Jasmin Stewart - Mim Strom - Bianca Webb - Alex Williams Rookies: Kate Flood, Lindal Rohde, Aine Tighe
Geelong Cats 🐈 - Cassie Blakeway - Madeleine Boyd - Millie Brown - Rene Caris - Georgia Clarke - Richelle Cranston - Julia Crockett-Grills - Kate Darby - Renee Garing - Nicole Garner - Rebecca Goring - Melissa Hickey - Jordan Ivey - Madeline Keryk - Madisen Maguire - Amy McDonald - Meghan McDonald - Phoebe McWilliams - Nina Morrison - Aasta O'Connor - Danielle Orr - Olivia Purcell - Mia Skinner - Denby Taylor - Anna Teague - Sophie Van De Heuvel - Rebecca Webster - Gemma Wright Rookies: Maddy McMahon, Georgie Rankin
Gold Coast Suns ☀️ - Lauren Ahrens - Lauren Bella - Georgia Breward - Hannah Dunn - Tiarna Ernst - Kitara Farrar - Tori Groves-Little - Alexia Hamilton - Charlotte Hammans - Cheyenne Hammond - Ellie Hampson - Dee Heslop - Jasmyn Hewett - Jordann Hickey - Kalinda Howarth - Leah Kaslar - Paige Parker - Brittany Perry - Emma Pittman - Jade Pregelj - Sally Riley - Molly Ritson - Maddy Roberts - Taylor Smith - Jamie Stanton - Kate Surman - Tayla Thorn - Sam Virgo - Serene Watson - Jacqui Yorston
GWS Giants 🔶🔸🔶 - Jessica Allan - Jacinda Barclay - Nicola Barr - Rebecca Beeson - Elle Bennetts - Yvonne Bonner - Ellie Brush - Jess Dal Pos - Alicia Eva - Amanda Farrugia - Georgia Garnett - Emily Goodsir - Maggie Gorham - Sarah Halvorsen - Tanya Hetherington - Jodie Hicks - Annalyse Lister - Tait Mackrill - Erin McKinnon - Ingrid Nielsen - Alyce Parker - Rebecca Privitelli - Pepa Randall - Aimee Schmidt - Cora Staunton - Lisa Steane - Louise Stephenson - Britt Tully - Lisa Whiteley - Haneen Zreika Rookie: Taylah Davies
Melbourne Demons 🔴🔵 - Libby Birch - Gabrielle Colvin - Harriet Cordner - Tegan Cunningham - Meg Downie - Maddison Gay - Madeleine Guerin - Tyla Hanks - Shelley Heath - Kate Hore - Bianca Jakobsson - Ainslie Kemp - Sarah Lampard - Lily Mithen - Aliesha Newman - Elise O'Dea - Jacqueline Parry - Karen Paxman - Daisy Pearce - Lauren Pearce - Krstel Petrevski - Shelley Scott - Casey Sherriff - Shae Sloane - Katherine Smith - Brenna Tarrant - Eden Zanker Rookies: Chantel Emonson, Sinead Goldrick, Niamh McEvoy
North Melbourne Kangaroos (with a bit of Tassie?) 🦘 - Sophie Abbatangelo - Kaitlyn Ashmore - Daria Bannister - Daisy Bateman - Nicole Bresnehan - Jenna Bruton - Jess Duffin - Jasmine Garner - Ellie Gavalas - Britt Gibson - Kate Gillespie-Jones - Abbey Green - Jasmine Grierson - Chloe Haines - Libby Haines - Danielle Hardiman - Emma Humphries - Emma Kearney - Elisha King - Emma King - Mia King - Taylor Mesiti - Tahni Nestor - Tahlia Randall - Ash Riddell - Jess Trend - Sarah Wright Rookies: Aileen Gilroy, Beth Lynch, Mairead Seoighe
Richmond Tigers 🐯 - Laura Bailey - Christina Bernardi - Maddy Brancatisano - Katie Brennan - Hannah Burchell - Nekaela Butler - Grace Campbell - Monique Conti - Kate Dempsey - Alice Edmonds - Ciara Fitzgerald - Sabrina Frederick - Emily Harley - Emma Horne - Kodi Jacques - Akec Makur Chuot - Laura McClelland - Rebecca Miller - Sophie Molan - Phoebe Monahan - Iilish Ross - Sarah Sansonetti - Cleo Saxon-Jones - Tayla Stahl - Lauren Tesoriero - Courtney Wakefield - Holly Whitford - Ella Wood - Alana Woodward Rookie: Gabby Seymour
St Kilda Saints 🔴⚪️⚫️ - Alison Brown - Rosie Dillon - Alison Drennan - Nat Exon - Clara Fitzpatrick - Caitlin Greiser - Darcy Guttridge - Sammie Johnson - Selena Karlson - Jemima Kelly - Melissa Kuys - Tilly Lucas-Rodd - Tamara Luke - Emma Mackie - Kate McCarthy - Molly McDonald - Courteney Munn - Kelly O'Neill - Georgia Patrikios - Cat Phillips - Hannah Priest - Jess Sedunary - Isabella Shannon - Jess Sedunary - Kate Shierlaw - Olivia Vesely - Nadia von Bertouch - Rhiannon Watt - Tarni White - Claudia Whitfort - Nicola Xenos
West Coast Eagles 🦅🔹🔸 - Ashlee Atkins - Kate Bartlett - Emily Bonser - Mikayla Bowen - Hayley Bullas - Imahra Cameron - Melissa Caulfield - Maddy Collier - Cassie Davidson - Beatrice Devlyn - McKenzie Dowrick - Kellie Gibson - Brianna Green - Courtney Guard (nee Stubb) - Ashton Hill - Dana Hooker - Alicia Janz - Parris Laurie - Sophie McDonald - Emily McGuire - Katherine Orme - Chantella Perera - Danika Pisconeri - Talia Radan - Belinda Smith - Emma Swanson - Tarnee Tester Rookies: Mhicca Carter, Grace Kelly, Niamh Kelly Inactive list: Rosie Deegan (basketball)
Western Bulldogs 🔴⚪️🔵 - Deanna Berry - Ellie Blackburn - Eleanor Brown - Nicole Callinan - Naomi Ferres - Ellyse Gamble - Elisabeth Georgostathis - Angelica Gogos - Isabella Grant - Ashleigh Guest - Britney Gutknecht - Bailey Hunt - Isabel Huntington - Gemma Lagioia - Kirsty Lamb - Brooke Lochland - Aisling McCarthy - Kirsten McLeod - Celine Moody - Nell Morris-Dalton - Hannah Munyard - Gabrielle Newton - Kim Rennie - Hannah Scott - Lauren Spark - Bonnie Toogood - Aisling Utri - Amelia Van Oosterwijck Rookies: Katy Herron, Danielle Marshall
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2016.03.01 15:53 Nebraska_Actually 2016 Conference Award Megathread

The official running list of all major conference awards for every conference. If you know what has been updated, leave a comment so it can be added to the list.
See also: 2016 Conference Tournament Central
Conference Coach of the Year (School) Player of the Year (School) Defensive POTY (School) Freshman OTY (School)
America East
American Geno Auriemma (UConn) Breanna Stewart (UConn) Moriah Jefferson (UConn) Kitija Laksa (South Florida)
Atlantic 10 Lisa Stone (St. Louis) April Robinson (Duquesne)/Jackie Kemph (St. Louis) Jodie Cornelie-Sigmundova (Dayton) Lauren Cannatelli (Dayton)
Atlantic Coast Muffet McGraw (Notre Dame) Myisha Hines-Allen (Louisville) Brianna Turner (Notre Dame) Stephanie Watts (North Carolina)
Atlantic Sun Karl Smesko (FGCU) Whitney Knight (FGCU) DyTiesha Dunson (FGCU) McKenna Beach (Stetson)
Big 12 Jim Littell (Oklahoma State) Brittney Martin (Oklahoma State) Brittney Martin (Oklahoma State)/Imani Boyette (Texas) Tynice Martin (West Virginia)
Big East Doug Bruno (DePaul) Chanise Jenkins (DePaul) Aliyyah Handford (St. John's) Allaxia Blockton (Marquette)
Big Sky Jasmine Hommes (Montana State) Brittney Dunbar (Weber State) Alyssa Rader (Northern Arizona)
Big South Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick (UNC Asheville) Chatori Major (UNC Asheville) Aliyah Kilpatrick (Winthrop) Taylor Petty (Presbyterian)
Big Ten Teri Moren (Indiana) Rachel Banham (Minnesota) Ashley Deary (Northwestern) Jessica Shepard (Nebraska)
Big West John Margaritis (UC Riverside) Brittany Crain (UC Riverside) Jewelyn Sawyer (Long Beach St) Channon Fluker (CSU Northridge)
Colonial Athletic
Conference USA Keitha Adams (UTEP) Kendall Noble (Western Kentucky) Kendall Noble (Western Kentucky) Alex Johnson (Middle Tennessee)
Horizon League
Ivy League Mike LcLaughlin (Penn) Sydney Stipanovich (Penn) Sydney Stipanovich (Penn) Shayna Mehta (Brown)
Metro Atlantic Tricia Fabbri (Quinnipiac) Tori Jarosz (Marist) Amani Tatum (Manhattan) Aryn McClure (Quinnipiac)
Missouri Valley Tanya Warren (Northern Iowa) Tyonna Snow (Missouri State) Tyonna Snow (Missouri State) Sara Rhine (Drake)
Mountain West Ryun Williams (Colorado State) Ellen Nystrom (Colorado State) Bego Faz Davalos (Fresno State) Marta Hermida (Boise State)
Ohio Valley Kevin McMillan (UT Martin) Shronda Butts (SIU-Edwardsville) CoCo Moore (SIU-Edwardsville)/Sally McCabe (Belmont) Darby Maggard (Belmont)
Pac 12 Charli Turner Thorne (Arizona State) Jamie Weisner (Oregon State) Ruth Hamblin (Oregon State) Kristine Anigwe (California)
Patriot League
Southeastern Dawn Staley (South Carolina) A'ja Wilson (South Carolina) A'ja Wilson (South Carolina) Sophie Cunningham (Missouri)
SoCon Susie Gardner (Mercer) Kahlia Lawrence (Mercer) Alicia Payne (Chattanooga) Linnea Rosendal (Mercer)
Southwestern Athletic
Summit League
Sun Belt
West Coast Jeff Judkins (BYU) Lexi Rydalch (BYU) Maya Hood (San Diego) Kalani Purcell (BYU)
Western Athletic Mark Trakh (New Mexico State) Shawnte' Goff (UT Rio Grande Valley) Addi Walters (CSU Bakersfield)
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