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Francis makes history at Pan-Am Games

Already back at training the day after returning from the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, gymnast Danusia Francis allowed herself a moment to savor her accomplishments.

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Willis writes next chapter in her basketball life

Although born and raised in Southern California—attending high school at basketball powerhouse Narbonne and graduating from UCLA—Lisa Willis made a discovery while playing with the New York Liberty in 2007–08.

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Liberty back at it after All-Star break

After a big home court win over the Los Angeles Sparks, the New York Liberty had one more game before the league headed into the WNBA All-Star break.

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Pompey celebrates fourth successful track meet

The Aliann Pompey Invitational in Georgetown, Guyana, named for the country’s four-time track Olympian, recently had its fourth edition

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Liberty score much-needed win

At the midpoint of the 2019 WNBA season, it’s now or never for the New York Liberty. In need of a win, rookie guard Marine Johannès, who only recently joined the team after fulfilling overseas commitments, was literally perfect.

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Liberty lose two on the road

The New York Liberty is once again trying to figure out how to sustain a winning momentum. Last week, the team was on the road, first dropping an 83–99 game to the Chicago Sky followed by a 69–78 loss to the Seattle Storm.

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Liberty win four straight, but lose a big one on home court

Things were looking good for the New York Liberty. After winning four straight games—three of them on the road—the team had reached .500. Unfortunately, a return to home court was anything but triumphant as the Liberty suffered a bruising 58–90 loss to the Las Vegas Aces on Sunday afternoon

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It’s back-to-back softball wins for Harrison

Taking part in the festivities surrounding the Major League Baseball All-Star Game is a once-in-a-lifetime experience—unless you’re Mariah Harrison. Last weekend, the 11-year-old marked her third appearance as a national finalist and second consecutive win in the MLB Pitch, Hit & Run softball competition.

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Three track athletes among Red Storm student-athletes with 4.0 GPA

It was an impressive year in the classroom for St. John’s University student-athletes with 37 of them achieving a 4.0 grade point average in the spring semester.

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Hilliard revs up for a busy summer

On June 1, the Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation presented its annual showcase, “Showtime in Harlem,” at the historic Harlem Armory.

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