Gopher women 'optimistic' about Big Ten play

The Gopher women’s basketball team opens its Big Ten season Friday against twentieth ranked Purdue. Gopher Coach Pam Borton said she plans to build the team’s foundation around the team’s newly-improved three-guard backcourt.
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The Gopher women’s basketball team opens its Big Ten season Friday against twentieth ranked Purdue. Gopher Coach Pam Borton said she plans to build the team’s foundation around the team’s newly-improved three-guard backcourt.

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