Women's Basketball Featured by AP; Receives Votes Towards National Ranking
Coming off three dominating Ivy League victories, the Princeton women's basketball team was featured by the AP's national basketball writer Doug Feinberg. The Tigers also received two votes in this week's USA Today Sports Top 25 Women's Basketball Coaches' Poll. This was the first time the squad has received votes towards a ranking since the week two AP Top 25 poll when they had four votes.
BY: Doug Feinberg; AP National Basketball Writer
NEW YORK - There is only one thing missing from Niveen Rasheed's incredible career at Princeton: an NCAA tournament victory.
She hopes to change that this season.
Three times, Rasheed has seen the Tigers reach the NCAAs and come away empty, including last season's three-point loss to Kansas State. She doesn't want it to be four straight.
"When we were freshman, it was just, 'Wow, we're happy to be in the NCAA tournament,'" Rasheed said. "But now if we don't win a game, it definitely would be a huge disappointment."
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