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    WBB Travels to Eastern Washington Sunday

    Marks 35th-straight season the two programs have met


    Gonzaga (1-0) at Eastern Washington (0-0)
    NOV. 11 | 2 P.M. | CHENEY, WASH. | REESE COURT


    TV: SWX
    RADIO: KJRB 790 AM
    LIVE VIDEO | LIVE STATS


    INSIDE THE SERIES

    Overall: 46th meeting (Gonzaga leads 32-13)
    In Spokane: 17-4 | In Cheney: 14-7| Neutral: 1-2
    Current Streak: Gonzaga, won 14
    Last Meeting: Nov. 30, 2017; Gonzaga won 69-45 in Spokane.

    Series Notes: Gonzaga and Eastern Washington meet for the 46th time in program history and the 35th-straight season. The two programs began the series in 1982 and have met annually since 1986. Eastern Washington was dominant in the first few meetings as the Eagles won seven of the first eight games. Gonzaga took over the series in 1991 and have only lost six games in the last 27 years. During the current win streak of 14 games, the Bulldogs have won by an average of 16.9 points per game while averaging over 77 points per contest.

    SCOUTING THE EAGLES:

    - Eastern Washington returns three starters and eight letter winners from last season's squad that finished 17-14 overall with a 12-6 mark in Big Sky Conference play. The Eagles lost last season's leading scorer Delaney Hodgins to graduation; Hodgins led the Eagles and ranked second in the Big Sky last season with 22.3 points per game.
    - The Eagles were picked to finish fifth by media and seventh by coaches in the Big Sky this season.
    - Notable returners for EWU are: Violet Kapri Morrow, Brittany Klaman, Uriah Howard, Alissa Sealby and Amira Chandler. Kapri Morrow ranked second on the squad last season with 14.7 points per contest shooting and tied for second with Howard in rebounds per contest with 4.7. Klaman was a solid contributor with 4.4 points per game and 2.9 assists per contest which ranked second on the squad. Sealby and Chandler are both returning seniors who add depth to the Eagles roster.
    - Last season, EWU averaged 67.7 points per game shooting 41.6 percent from the floor and 31.0 percent from long range. The Eagles added an average of 35.2 rebounds per game and 13.2 assists per contest to go along with 10.4 steals and 3.8 blocks per game.
    - Eastern Washington is 11-9 in home openers in the last 20 season; two of those home-opening losses have been to Gonzaga.

    SHARING THE RESPONSIBILITY:

    Though Gonzaga has just one official game under its belt this season, it has become clear early that the Bulldogs are embracing the idea of team basketball. Four Zags scored in double-figures in their season-opener: Jill Townsend (14); Katie Campbell (13); Laura Stockton (13) and Zykera Rice (11). The Bulldogs are also sharing the rebounding effort as every Zag that played at least 15 minutes had two boards. Rice led the rebounding effort with nine while Chandler Smith and Townsend each has six. Another shared stat is minutes played; no Zag saw the floor more than 29 minutes on Wednesday, with Jessie Loera logging a team-high 29. Having a deep bench and solid reserves will help the Zags maintain their endurance throughout the season.

    NATIONALLY RANKED ATTENDANCE:

    - Following Gonzaga's home-opener against Montana on Nov. 7 that saw 5,472 strong in the McCarthey Athletic Center, the Zags rank sixth nationally in average attendance.

    1. Pittsburgh ACC 9,657
    2. Baylor Big 12 9,444
    3. Montana State Big Sky 6,772
    4. Mississippi State SEC 6,373
    5. Purdue Big Ten 6,185
    6 Gonzaga WCC 5,472

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    From the GoEags website on Sunday's game.

    Eagles Open Season with Home Contest Against Gonzaga

    CHENEY, Wash. – The 2018-19 Eastern Washington University women's basketball season is officially underway. The Eagles will be taking on local foe Gonzaga this Sunday (Nov. 11) at 2:05 p.m. to open this year's campaign.

    BLACK OUT: Fans are encouraged to wear black to Sunday's contest. The first 100 Eastern Washington students will receive a free t-shirt.

    GET YOUR TICKETS: Attendees that show their ticket from the Eastern Washington vs. UC Davis football game (Nov. 10) can purchase an $10.00 ticket. Additionally, those who show their EWU employee ID card and/or a retired/active military ID at the gate can receive a $8.00 ticket.

    Single game tickets start at $12 and can be purchased, along with season tickets, at GoEags.com/Tickets.

    HOW TO WATCH: Sunday's game will be broadcast live regionally on SWX. Those wanting to follow the game can also watch for free on WatchBigSky.com or on the Pluto TV app on Channel 234. Live stats are available on EWUStats.com and live, in-game, updates along with video highlights can be found by following the women's basketball team on Twitter, @EWUWBB.

    A LOOK AT THE EAGLES: With head coach Wendy Schuller entering her 18th season at the helm of Eastern Washington women's basketball, the Eagles return three starters from a year ago. They have eight returning players in total, including four seniors.

    Violet Kapri Morrow is prepped to take over the scoring for the Eagles after the loss of Eastern's all-time leading scorer Delaney Hodgins. Morrow averaged 14.7 points per game last year, including an average of 17.1 in Big Sky Conference play and was named third-team All-Big Sky.

    Uriah Howard (8.9 ppg, 4.7 rebs.) and Brittany Klaman (4.4 ppg, 2.9 ast.) are the other returning starters.

    Alissa Sealby, Amira Chandler and Baylee Rexing are back for their senior year, along with redshirt-junior Andie Easley and sophomore Cailyn Francis.

    The 2017-18 squad totaled 2,098 points which is seventh all-time in program history, while averaging 67.7 points per game which is ninth. The Eagles drained 201 three-pointers which is third all-time and set a program record with 648 attempts. They were scrappy too, recording 322 steals to rank fourth in program history and lead the Big Sky.

    A HISTORY ON SEASON OPENERS: Eastern is 14-22 (.389) all-time in season-openers as it enters its 37th season as a Division I program. They have lost their last two openers on the road, and haven't opened the season with a win since hosting Eastern Oregon to open the 2015-16 season. The Eastern Oregon opener was also the last time that EWU has opened the season at home.

    SUNDAY'S EXHIBITION: Eastern Washington has already had a taste of the upcoming season, as they took on Simon Fraser in an exhibition at home on Nov. 4, picking up a 72-62 victory.

    EWU had three players score in double figures, while Violet Kapri Morrow earned a double-double (27 points, 12 rebounds). The Eagles were down 35-26 in the first half after only shooting 29 percent through two quarters, but improved to 59 percent in the second half to secure the six-point victory.

    Alissa Sealby and Uriah Howard also scored in double figures with 11 points apiece. Sealby shot 4-for-6 from the field including 2-for-3 from behind the arc.

    Freshman Jessica McDowell-White had seven assists to lead the team along with two steals, three rebounds and five points. Brittany Klaman also had seven assists to go with six rebounds. As a team, Eastern shot 43.3 percent on 29-for-67 shooting from the field. They also totaled 21 assists and only 12 turnovers. Eastern out-rebounded the Clan, 43-35 and held them to 39.3 percent from the field.

    A LOOK AT THE BULLDOGS: Gonzaga opens up its season tonight (Nov. 7) at home against Big Sky foe Montana. They had one exhibition on Nov. 2 against Carroll College where they won 86-43.

    The Bulldogs were picked to win the West Coast Conference for the sixth-straight season and named three seniors to the Preseason All-WCC team in Chandler Smith, Zykera Rice and Laura Stockton. Gonzaga is the reigning WCC champion, having won 13 of the last 14 regular-season titles.

    Gonzaga returns three starters from a team that finished 27-6 overall last year with a trip to the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

    SERIES HISTORY: Sunday afternoon marks the 45th all-time meeting between the local foes. They have faced off for 16 consecutive seasons now dating back to 2003. They also met annually for 15 consecutive seasons from 1985 to 2001, taking a brief hiatus during the 2002 season.

    Eastern trails the all-time series, 12-32. Their last win came on Dec. 31, 2003 on the road in a 72-69 victory, but have dropped 14 straight since. Last year, they met on Nov. 30, 2017 where Eastern fell in a 69-45 decision in Spokane.

    UP NEXT: The Eagles are back in action at home on Wednesday, Nov. 14 to host Eastern Oregon at 6:05 p.m. Eastern's first road trip takes place on Saturday, Nov.17 at BYU for a 1 p.m. Pacific time tip before returning home to host PAC-12 foe Utah on Nov. 21.

    FRESH FACES: The Eagles welcome eight newcomers to the 2018-19 squad, including seven freshmen and one junior transfer.

    Leya DePriest (Palmer, Alaska / Wasilla HS) comes to Cheney after two seasons at Denver where she appeared in 35 games.

    Tatiana Reese (East Menlo Park, Calif. / Woodside Priory School), Jessica McDowell-White (Brisbane, Australia), Tessa Burke (Missoula, Mont. / Loyola Sacred Heart HS), Bella Cravens (Laie, Hawai'I / Maryknoll School), Milly Knowles (Cumbria, England), Trinity Golder (Sandpoint, Idaho / Sandpoint HS) and Grace Kirscher (Sandpoint, Idaho / Sandpoint HS) round out the newcomers and all hope to make immediate impacts while they adjust to college life and the style of Eastern Washington women's basketball.

    The Eagles also welcome new assistant coaches, Cody Bench and Nakia Arquette. Bench coached at Alaska Fairbanks from 2010 to 2017, helping the Nanooks improve from a one-win season in 2010-11 to averaging 13 wins per season during her final three years in Alaska. Arquette played at Utah and served as the Director of Operations for the Eagles last year before being elevated to her new position.

    KAPRI'S QUEST FOR 1,000: Senior Violet Kapri Morrow is on the road to joining one of the most exclusive clubs in college basketball, the 1,000-point club. With exactly 800 career points, Morrow needs just 200 more to become the 18th player in Eastern Washington women's basketball history to eclipse 1,000 points.

    As a junior, she averaged 14.7 points per contest with 426 points on the year. She averaged 3.9 points per game as a freshman (124 total) and improved to 7.6 as a sophomore with 250 total.
    Link: https://goeags.com/news/2018/11/7/wo...t-gonzaga.aspx

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    From the Spokesman Review:

    Gonzaga women working through changes ahead of game at Eastern Washington
    Sat., Nov. 10, 2018, 5 a.m.

    By Jim Allen
    jima@spokesman.com
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    The Gonzaga women are still trying to “figure out a few things,” guard Jessie Loera said Friday.

    “That’s the fun thing about a new season, you get to see your strengths and weaknesses,” Loera said.

    The weaknesses – inconsistent rebounding and some defensive lapses in the second half of Wednesday night’s game against Montana – are all relative. After all, the Zags won 76-52 in a game that wasn’t that close.
    But the strengths were there for everyone to see. GU pushed the pace and forced the Griz into 15-first-half turnovers on the way to a 42-17 halftime lead.

    “That’s where we get some energy, from turning those into points,” Loera said.

    The Zags will try to do the same Sunday afternoon at Eastern Washington, which hasn’t played since beating Simon Fraser 72-66 in an exhibition game last Sunday. Tipoff is at 2:05 p.m. at Reese Court.
    A perennially high finisher in the Big Sky Conference under 17-year coach Wendy Schuller, the Eagles have eight newcomers on the roster and are looking to replace the offense of career scoring leader Delaney Hodgins.
    Eastern returns third-team all-Big Sky guard Violet Kapri Morrow, who averaged 14.7 points last year, forward Uriah Howard (8.9 ppg, 4.7 rebounds) and guard Brittany Klaman (4.4 ppg, 2.9 assists per game).
    The Eagles, who were 17-14 overall and 11-3 at home last year, are picked to finish seventh in the Big Sky.

    GU showed its depth in Wednesday’s game, as reserves Jill Townsend and Katie Campbell combined for 27 points, eight rebounds and seven steals.
    Sunday’s meeting will be the 45th between the schools. GU leads the series 32-12, with its most recent loss coming in 2003. Gonzaga won 69-45 last November in Spokane.

    Published: Nov. 10, 2018, 5 a.m.
    Link: http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...-ahead-of-gam/

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    Zags lead EWU 27 - 23 at the half...

    EWU out rebounding Gonzaga 25 - 16...

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    Zags lead 45 - 42 after 3 quarters...

    Chandler Smith leads Gonzaga with 18 points...

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    Gonzaga wins 63 - 51...

    Chandler Smith is the leading scorer for Gonzaga with 20 points...

    EWU finished with 24 turnovers...

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    Defense Down the Stretch Lifts Bulldogs over Eastern Washington, 63-51

    Bulldogs force 24 EWU turnovers and limit Eagles to 29.8 percent shooting

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    CHENEY, Wash. – The Gonzaga women's basketball team earned its first road win of the season Sunday afternoon as the Zags defeated Eastern Washington 63-51 at Reese Court.

    "The fourth-quarter defense was I think the deciding factor," Head women's basketball coach Lisa Fortier said. "I know there were a couple steals that led to baskets. We calmed down a bit; we were so rattled….Ultimately it was our fourth-quarter defense that allowed us to get that separation."

    The Bulldogs finished with three players in double-figures, led by Chandler Smith with 20. Laura Stockton and Jill Townsend added 13 and 10, respectively. Townsend added 10 boards to complete the double-double while Zykera Rice also hauled in a game-high tying 10 rebounds.

    Gonzaga (2-0) shot 33.8 percent from the floor to Eastern Washington's (0-1) 29.8 percent, and the Zags converted at the line sinking 16-of-21 attempts for the game.

    Cold shooting plagued the Bulldogs in the first half as the Zags shot 28.6 percent for the first 20 minutes. Facing an eight-point deficit (15-7) with 7:13 to go, Smith netted a baseline jumper to spark a 12-4 run over the next 3:52 to tie the game 19-all. Gonzaga outscored Eastern Washington 8-4 to close the period to claim the 27-23 halftime advantage.

    The Zags opened the second half with a layup from LeeAnne Wirth to extend their lead to six points (29-23), but the Eagles outscored the Bulldogs 19-18 in the third to cut the lead to three, 45-42.

    In the fourth quarter, the Zags outscored the Eagles 18-9 and forced three in the last 3:40 to seal the 63-51 win.

    Eastern was led by Violet Kapri Morrow with 18 points off 5-of-14 shooting to go along with 10 rebounds while Jessica McDowell-White added 12.

    Gonzaga returns home Tuesday, Nov. 13 to host Idaho State at 6 p.m. in McCarthey Athletic Center.

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    exciting game.....zags had only 5 points in the first quarter....EWU seemed to hit every 3 early on and our girls couldn't hit anything.....looking back at the whole game, it seemed we never really had that many open looks for 3's.....

    hard fought game with our bench providing a lot of energy especially Jill T...even Louise got a whole 3 minutes to play and got a timely 3 pointer and couple of rebounds....why she doesn't see more time is beyond me an I hope we don't loose another player......



    saw Cory Kispert at the game....Shaq and her parents and also Zees mom...

    tickets high at $12 but with a military id you got in for $8.

    nice zag crowd and eagle crowd......proud that zag fans make the effort...

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    From the Slipper Still Fits:

    Gonzaga Women Improve to 2-0
    It was an ugly, physical battle in Cheney
    By Steven Karr Nov 11, 2018, 10:45pm EST

    It wasn’t pretty, but Gonzaga grinded out a physical 63-51 victory over Eastern Washington on Sunday to improve to 2-0 on the season. The win is Lisa Fortier’s 100th as Head Coach.

    Gonzaga got off to a very slow start and could not buy a basket in the first quarter. They had several open looks, but they just wouldn’t fall. Eastern hit three first quarter triples and held a 12-5 lead after the opening stanza in front of a pro-Gonzaga crowd in Cheney.

    In the second quarter, Gonzaga used their defense to create offense. Similar to Wednesday’s opener, the Zags forced several turnovers that led to fast break opportunities and allowed them to take a 27-23 lead into half, despite shooting just 29 percent.

    Gonzaga and Eastern traded buckets throughout the third quarter. Chandler Smith led the Zags with a career-high 20 points. Smith excels at mid-range, pull up jumpers and she was able to hit a couple in the third quarter to open up Gonzaga’s offense.

    Eastern hit a three to end the third to cut the deficit to 45-42, but Gonzaga’s defense in the fourth quarter was stifling. They forced back-to-back steal and scores to ice the game. In total, Gonzaga forced 24 turnovers and scored 24 points of them.

    Katie Campbell had another stellar performance off the bench and has turned into a reliable defender for Gonzaga. After a four-steal performance in the opener, she racked up three more on Sunday. Jill Townsend, the other standout on Wednesday, put up her first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds off the bench. Melody Kempton had some great second half minutes with Zykera Rice in foul trouble. The freshman has proven to be an integral part of Coach Fortier’s rotation with Jenn Wirth still out with a finger injury. Gonzaga outscored Eastern 19-3 in bench points.

    When push came to shove, it was the seniors Smith and Laura Stockton who led the way on offense in the second half. To go with Smith’s 20 points and four steals, Stockton put up 13 points and five assists to go along with six rebounds. The two of them went 12-for-13 from the foul line.

    Gonzaga will face their third straight Big Sky team on Tuesday when they host Idaho State.
    Link: https://www.slipperstillfits.com/201...improve-to-2-0

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    From the GoEags website:

    Game Recap: Women's Basketball | 11/11/2018 5:04:00 PM
    Eastern Washington Edged by Gonzaga in Season Opener
    Violet Kapri Morrow led the way with 18 points and 10 rebounds

    CHENEY, Wash. – The Eastern Washington University women's basketball team played host to local foe Gonzaga to officially open up the 2018-19 season Sunday afternoon (Nov. 11). Eastern led by seven after the first quarter and shot 42.1 percent from the field in the third quarter, but were edged by GU by a final score of 63-51.

    "We saw good things today, especially on the defensive end, but we still had a lot of breakdowns and a lot of things we can get better at. We understand that this is a process, the first step, and I think we can be a lot better by March," said head coach Wendy Schuller who began her 18th year as head coach this afternoon. "It's important that we understand that we don't back down to anybody. Days like today, it wasn't enough but we saw plenty of things we can improve and build on. I loved our effort and energy and we played hard, we just didn't play smart all the time."

    The Eagles came out aggressive, forcing two turnovers in the first minute. Brittany Klaman's three-pointer officially got the scoring started and Jessica McDowell White followed shortly after with another three-point field goal. McDowell-White would tack on one more three-pointer in the quarter to go with five rebounds.

    Eastern's defense was stingy in the first frame as they kept the Bulldogs off the board for the first 3:30 and then held them scoreless for the final 3:53 to lead 12-5 after the first quarter. EWU was able to limit Gonzaga to just 15.4 percent from the field during the opening quarter.

    Eastern held a 19-16 lead in the second quarter when Gonzaga used an 11-1 run over 3:19 to take its first lead of the contest. EWU was held without a field goal for over 3:55 until Alissa Sealby hit a three-pointer with seconds remaining and the Bulldogs took a 27-23 lead into the locker room.

    The third quarter was a back and forth affair and was the Eagles' strongest quarter, shooting 42.1 percent from the field and 37.5 percent from three-point range, outscoring the Bulldogs 19-to-18. Violet Kapri Morrow scored seven straight points for the Eagles and a Sealby jumper put Eastern within one point, 35-34. Morrow would then hit another three-pointer to make it 40-39 in favor of the Bulldogs, but GU responded with a three-pointer of their own from the corner. Uriah Howard hit a jumper with less than a minute remaining, but Gonzaga was able to lead 45-42 going into the fourth quarter.

    Gonzaga pulled away in the fourth quarter and built a 57-47 lead over the Eagles. EWU shot just 15.4 percent from the field during the fourth and were outscored 18-to-9 as the Bulldogs were able to shoot 40 percent in the fourth quarter en route to the 63-51 victory.

    WIN-LOSS RECORDS: Gonzaga improves to 2-0 on the season while Eastern falls to 0-1 in their season opener. This afternoon marked the 45th all-time meeting with the local foes and EWU now trails the all-time series 12-33 and has dropped 15 straight to Gonzaga.

    TOP PERFORMANCES: Violet Kapri Morrow turned in her first double-double of the season, leading the team with 18 points and 10 rebounds. In her Eagle debut, Jessica McDowell-White scored 12 points and was 4-for-8 from three-point range. She was also just short of a double-double, pulling down nine rebounds and led EWU with three assists.

    Senior Alissa Sealby scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds, just short of the first double-double of her career. She also led the team with two blocks and shot 50 percent from the field.

    Uriah Howard had two blocks, two assists, two steals and three rebounds to go with five points.

    KEY STATS: Eastern Washington shot 29.8 percent (17-57) from the field, 33.3 percent from three-point range (9-27) and 53.3 percent from the charity stripe (8-15). GU was able to shoot 33.8 percent from the field on 22-for-65 shooting.

    Eastern out-rebounded Gonzaga, 49-to-42 and had 10 assists to their nine. Each team had six blocks a piece, but GU had 14 steals and forced 24 Eagle turnovers while only committing 11 themselves.

    UP NEXT: Eastern Washington is back in action this Wednesday inside Reese Court when it plays host to Eastern Oregon for a 6:05 p.m. tip. Visit GoEags.com/Tickets to purchase season or single-game tickets.

    KAPRI'S QUEST FOR 1,000: Senior Violet Kapri Morrow is on the road to joining one of the most exclusive clubs in college basketball, the 1,000-point club. With 18 points tonight, Morrow now has 818 career points, needing just 182 more to become the 18th player in Eastern Washington women's basketball history to eclipse 1,000 points.
    Article Link: https://goeags.com/news/2018/11/11/w...on-opener.aspx

    If you want to see where the lady zags need work, here is a Link to Eags Highlights: https://t.co/eqE6Zek1qZ

    Link to Wendy Schuller After Game Press Conference: https://t.co/rENNfJra0X

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    Well that was interesting...

    First off... I’m an EWU grad. Sooo, always a tough game to watch.

    The good thing about the game was that it will get us ready for teams that set block after block after block under the basket then throw it out to an open player for a three. It also gets you ready for when everything that gets to the basket goes in. The Eags had I believe four 3s that went in off the glass.
    I’m thinking the players are counting the black and blue this morning. Gets you ready for SMC.

    Still trying to figure out the rebounds... although the more you miss... the more rebounds. The way we shot...

    Learning point: play your game... not the other teams.

    2-0 on to 3-0

    Go Zags!!

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    would love to have a couple of those bruisers on our team.....now I know that the EWU players had wide open 3 shots but a couple of times at least they simply pulled up and shot over our player...

    this kind of tough game is great for the Zags.....congrats to the eagles who outplayed us but our girls were able to pull it together....Schuller's got a good team there....

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    Katie Campbell was awesome, she needs more PT....

    Go!! Las Zagas!!!

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    Congratulations to Coach Fortier for winning her 100th game in only the second game of year 5.

    Great Job Coach,

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    It was interesting to me Chandler Smith played an outstanding game yesterday while suffering from a migraine. It is the first time I had heard she was afflicted with this malady, and I was amazed she played at such a high level. I have never suffered migraine headaches but all the folks I have talked to, who have a similar diagnosis, said they can be incapacitating. The information regarding Chandler and game coverage is here: https://www.spokesman.com/stories/20...3-51-in-women/
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