Women’s hoops adds player, non-conference foes

الخيارات الثنائية استراتيجية قوس قزح اليومية By By Patrick McHugh, News Staff

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تداول السهم السعودية Head coach Daynia La-Force Mann announced June 9 that Rachael Pecota, a 6-foot-1-inch forward from The Urban School in San Francisco, will join the Huskies for the upcoming season. According to ESPN.com, Pecota is rated the 25th-best player in her position in the 2009 recruiting class.

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source link According to GoNU.com, Pecota was a McDonald’s All-American nominee as a senior and honored as the All-Bay Counties League West Player of the Year last season.

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click NU released a list of its non-conference opponents for the 2009-10 season June 8. The team will head to Storrs, Conn., Nov. 14 for the season opener against last season’s national champion, Connecticut. UConn won its sixth national championship in 2009 after going 39-0.

متاجرة بالذهب ‘ Northeastern also has road games against Delaware State, Boston University, Holy Cross, Harvard, Hartford and Marist. The home opener is Nov. 21 against Rhode Island. Other home games include Army, University of Massachusetts-Amherst and St. John’s. The Huskies went 12-19 last season and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament.

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