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Topic:  Women's basketball 22-23
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shabamon
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  Message Not Read  Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 7/17/2022 8:23:40 PM 
Let's get this going. A big transition year is ahead for this program. The women got some video love too: https://twitter.com/OhioWBasketball/status/15480131457964...

It appears Kroll and Antenova are still aboard even though they have both been in college basketball for at least four years. For Kroll this will be her seventh year in college basketball. I hope both of them have healthy, productive seasons.

Who is the player at the 0:08 mark of that video? She appears to be the same player in an exercise bike video the team twitter posted this past week. A new freshman? There's been no announcement. I know we have a freshman guard out of Louisville and a transfer forward from Delaware, this mystery player, and any other newcomers?

As borna posted, the team has a 2023 verbal from Bailey Tabeling, a 5'10'' guard out of Indiana. She also had a Murray State offer from what I can gather.
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bornacatfan
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 7/17/2022 9:32:10 PM 
Good to see the shot mechanics on Pope in that snippet. I like that player. Expecting big things. Bolden looks to be all in....


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Andrew Ruck
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 7/18/2022 1:08:28 PM 
I know I should be sad to see such a powerful class of Hooks/Johnson/Burris go...but I am excited to see Boldon start over. I still believe in him as a coach/leader and I feel like the last 1.5 years things really got away from him with a uber-veteran roster.

Agree on Ella Pope. I think some of the girls on the bench/injured are better than we may think. In particular I think Kate Dennis had several impressive offers and I've been surprised with how little we have seen of her. She never got her shot going but the offense was just a mess last year. Add Mace & Felder who got lots of experience last season and I'm hoping the guard play is solid.


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shabamon
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 7/18/2022 3:08:28 PM 
Another 2023 commit, Asiah Baxter, 5'11 G/F from Warren Central, IN. She also had offers from IUPUI, IPFW, and possibly Loyola (IL)

https://twitter.com/Asiah_Baxter/status/1548378089909932033
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13753907/6034906e23522d0a583...
^Can do a little bit of everything decently well - threes, mid range, post ups, and putbacks.

Bob doesn't emphasize post players much, does he? Seems the roster makeup is usually two point guards, a whole bunch of mid size G/F types, and one or two post players.
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Cellis033
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 7/31/2022 1:16:46 PM 
Confirmed Kroll will be back for another year.

Last Edited: 7/31/2022 1:16:59 PM by Cellis033


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100%Cat
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 8/1/2022 8:05:42 AM 
shabamon wrote:
Another 2023 commit, Asiah Baxter, 5'11 G/F from Warren Central, IN. She also had offers from IUPUI, IPFW, and possibly Loyola (IL)

https://twitter.com/Asiah_Baxter/status/1548378089909932033
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13753907/6034906e23522d0a583...
^Can do a little bit of everything decently well - threes, mid range, post ups, and putbacks.

Bob doesn't emphasize post players much, does he? Seems the roster makeup is usually two point guards, a whole bunch of mid size G/F types, and one or two post players.


For all the good that Bob has done with this program, I have felt for a while that the biggest weakness is a lack of post players and rebounding. I'd love to see more Jasmine Weatherspoon type players come in. From my seat, it feels like the bigger/physical teams in the MAC have given us fits for several seasons.
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OhioCatFan
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 8/1/2022 10:59:41 AM 
100%Cat wrote:
shabamon wrote:
Another 2023 commit, Asiah Baxter, 5'11 G/F from Warren Central, IN. She also had offers from IUPUI, IPFW, and possibly Loyola (IL)

https://twitter.com/Asiah_Baxter/status/1548378089909932033
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13753907/6034906e23522d0a583...
^Can do a little bit of everything decently well - threes, mid range, post ups, and putbacks.

Bob doesn't emphasize post players much, does he? Seems the roster makeup is usually two point guards, a whole bunch of mid size G/F types, and one or two post players.


For all the good that Bob has done with this program, I have felt for a while that the biggest weakness is a lack of post players and rebounding. I'd love to see more Jasmine Weatherspoon type players come in. From my seat, it feels like the bigger/physical teams in the MAC have given us fits for several seasons.


I agree. We need a big WoMANZ! (Apologies to Monroe)


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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 8/9/2022 10:00:25 PM 
It felt like too much ballhog ball the last couple of years. A lot of talent, and all in the name of setting records, but we really screwed the pooch on winning ballgames. That and injuries derailed this group.
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OhioCatFan
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  Message Not Read  RE: Women's basketball 22-23
   Posted: 8/9/2022 10:36:45 PM 
Buckeye to Bobcat wrote:
It felt like too much ballhog ball the last couple of years. A lot of talent, and all in the name of setting records, but we really screwed the pooch on winning ballgames. That and injuries derailed this group.


+1 Exactly . . . ball-hog ball describes it well. That's not the whole team, but some pivotal players


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