Past Articles in Southern California Women’s

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  • Laying it Out: Live from My Parents’ Basement, We’re Returning to Play! [Ep. 3]
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  • EuroZone: Scots and Aussies
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  • Mailbag: WUCC in Cincinnati, Club Season Projection
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  • Bring It In: Using Stats as a Coach
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    1. D-I Regionals 2017: Weekend 1 Preview (Women’s)

      The first weekend of Regionals is here! We've got previews of the Northwest, Southwest, North Central, Metro East, and Ohio Valley Regional Championships.

    2. Northwest Challenge 2017: Recap (Women’s)

      The deepest women's field of the season gave us a sneak preview of where Nationals contenders currently stand.

    3. Midseason D-I College Power Rankings Check-In

      Some expected contenders and some surprising performers fill out the D-I rankings sets at the season's midpoint.

    4. Stanford Invite 2017: Tournament Recap (Women’s)

      The division's top teams battled it out in a messy weekend in California.

    5. Stanford Invite 2017: Tournament Preview (Women’s)

      15 of the 16 teams at Stanford are in the Top 25.

    6. President’s Day 2017: Tournament Recap (Women’s)

      The South Central impresses while Stanford takes their first loss of the year.

    7. Presidents’ Day 2017: Tournament Preview (Women’s)

      Big time programs from the Northwest, Southwest, and South Central will clash in San Diego this weekend.

    8. Santa Barbara Invite 2017: Tournament Recap (Women’s)

      #1 Stanford went undefeated, #2 Whitman went 3-3, and the Southwest showed they going to be very strong this season

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  • Laying it Out: Live from My Parents’ Basement, We’re Returning to Play! [Ep. 3]
    Includes bonus segment
  • EuroZone: Scots and Aussies
    Includes bonus segment
  • Mailbag: WUCC in Cincinnati, Club Season Projection
    Subscriber article
  • Bring It In: Using Stats as a Coach
    Subscriber article