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The Lorenzo Twins

2020.02.20 15:21 TheHermesExpress The Lorenzo Twins

Willa

Basic Info

Name: Wilhemina Elizabeth Lorenzo
Nickname/Alias: Willa, Mina, or Liz
Date of Birth: September 9, 2005
Age: 14
Gender: Female
Sexuality: {Currently Locked}

Appearance

Eye colour: Blue
Hairstyle: Her long, frizzy brown hair is usually worn down. Though she has a habit of putting it in a ponytail, only when she’s about to steal something.
Height: 4’9
Weight: 96 lbs
Physique: She has a rather slender build, built like a runner. She doesn’t have a lot of muscle, at the moment.
Face Claim: Lola Flanery Two Three

Godly Information Information

Godrent: Hermes
Fatal Flaw: Ambition
Claimed?: Yes
Powers:
  1. Enhanced Thievery - Mina is naturally gifted when it comes to taking things that aren’t hers. Whether it be pickpocketing strangers for whatever valuables they may have, shoplifting things out of the store, or simply breaking into something. Usually this requires the help of her brother, but she can manage just fine on her own.
  2. Enhanced Athletics - As the god of athletics, the twins are faster, stronger, and more agile than most demigod. As it is a combination of enhancements, they would not be as fast as children with enhanced speed, nor stronger than children with enhanced strength. As of right now they just think they are quick, and will require training and dedication to build muscle to increase these abilities.
  3. Swordsmanship [Currently Locked] - They’ve never held a sword before, so for now it is undiscovered. Once they begin training, they will learn that they are better suited for swords as opposed to other weapons. As they train and develop, they will be able to master fighting with a sword relatively quickly, but will be limited to swords only. Other weapons feel off in their hand, and would actually take longer than average to learn, and even longer to master.
Weapon: {Currently None}
Armor: {Currently None}

Additional Information

Alignment: Chaotic Good
Personality:
Mina is usually quiet and keeps to herself. She isn’t shy by any means, she just doesn’t go out of her way to strike up a conversation. She is level-headed and calculating, usually getting a read on someone before she opens up to them.
Hobbies:

Will

Basic Info

Name: Wilfred Alexander Lorenzo
Nickname/Alias: Will, Fred, or Freddie
Date of Birth: September 9, 2005
Age: 14
Gender: Male
Sexuality: {Currently Locked}

Appearance

Eye colour: Brown
Hairstyle: His brown hair has grown a little shaggy lately. Willa insists on giving him a haircut, but so far Will has been able to evade her attempts. For now....
Height: 5’2
Weight: 118 lbs
Physique: Like his sister, Will doesn’t have a lot of muscle. He does have a bit more mass than his sister, but not by much.
Face Claim: Jentzen Ramirez Two Three

Godly Information Information

Godrent: Hermes
Fatal Flaw: Pride
Claimed?: Yes
Powers:
  1. Naturally Persuasive - Will is naturally gifted as a spokesman. He can keep people talking, which usually provides a good distraction for his sister to pick them clean. He’s also good at convincing people who are on the fence to do something. This is not the extent of Charmspeak, but more of naturally knowing the best angle to convince someone to do something.
  2. Enhanced Athletics - As the god of athletics, the twins are faster, stronger, and more agile than most demigod. As it is a combination of enhancements, they would not be as fast as children with enhanced speed, nor stronger than children with enhanced strength. As of right now they just think they are quick, and will require training and dedication to build muscle to increase these abilities.
  3. Swordsmanship [Currently Locked] - They’ve never held a sword before, so for now it is undiscovered. Once they begin training, they will learn that they are better suited for swords as opposed to other weapons. As they train and develop, they will be able to master fighting with a sword relatively quickly, but will be limited to swords only. Other weapons feel off in their hand, and would actually take longer than average to learn, and even longer to master.
Weapon: {Currently None}
Armor: {Currently None}

Additional Information

Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Personality:
Will is the opposite of Mina. He’s outgoing and not afraid to talk up a total stranger. He had a habit of acting out, to make others laugh but also so he can be the center of attention.
Hobbies:
  • Basketball
  • Board Games
  • Video Games
Backstory and Roleplay section will be on another post coming soonTM
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2019.10.18 03:39 Jewmaster666 Unused Enterprise episode/plot about spock perhaps used for Discovery S2

Spock story
In a memo Mike Sussman wrote Manny Coto (dated 20 August 2004), he suggested that, if they were unable to arrange a deal with William Shatner, they could perhaps do an episode or two with Leonard Nimoy playing Spock. Sussman proposed that the story, intended for the show's fourth season, might be based on a two-parter in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles called "Mystery of the Blues", in which Harrison Ford guest starred as a middle-aged Indiana Jones in a framing story about how he learned to play jazz as a young man (with Sean Patrick Flanery playing the young version of the character). As the memo continued, Sussman commented, "We could find Spock in the 24th century, a distinguished and retired Ambassador, who has a young visitor. Maybe this guy is a Vulcan/Human hybrid like Spock, and needs advice on balancing his two alien halves. This visit could lead Spock into recounting an adventure he had early in his career as a Starfleet cadet. This adventure could involve Young Spock (played by another actor) helping a middle-aged T'Pol (now in her early to mid-100's) on some vitally important mission.... In the process, Spock could learn some lesson which helped him choose his own path in life. We may learn a lot of new info on Spock.... Perhaps he was torn between life as a diplomat (like his father) and a career in Starfleet when he was a young man. The flashback adventure should involve Captain Archer (and other members of our cast) in old-age make-up, playing early 23rd century versions of themselves. Maybe their adventure is something of a 'Last Round-Up' for the old crew, whom T'Pol reunites for a secret and possibly illegal TBD mission. I thought it might be fun if our crew have to steal an antiquated NX-class ship from the Starfleet museum for one last adventure together
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2019.08.28 09:10 VesuviusBlotch 10 Things we all want to see happen in Book 13...

Now the most important issue here is that argument isn't necessary, or advised. I speak for the majority, and I say these ten things are what every true fan desires to see occur in Book 13's lavish pages as of its 2020 release. Let's begin. Oh, and since almost all of these branch off of Bedlam's events, if you haven't read it yet, you're venturing into a spoiler zone.
10) Tanith and Oberon hook up, and at last we're allowed to read an explicit scene but the two lovers are interrupted by the burgeoning truth of all sorcerers' bisexuality. They stop and Oberon goes off to have a fling with Peccant and Tanith with the Sea Hag. I know the Hag's got the hots for Fletcher but not every expectation has to be met, you know. Unfortunately, Magenta finds out about Tanith coming onto her ex, and the two have the mother of all catfights, whilst poor Robbie is kidnapped by Solace and raised to become a master assassin to kill China.
9) Speaking of Fletcher, next up is a vital scene where Fletcher speaks with Militsa of the latter's relationship concerning Valkyrie and gives her some advice on how to handle the volatile Val. Afterwards, they have a Corrival coffee drinking contest, effectively dooming them, and Fletcher Teleports off to have his way with Miss Wicked, as he's been doing for nigh on since Corrival was first put into action.
8) Creed's plan kicks into gear and he unleashes an army of faceless Kith onto an unsuspecting Roarhaven, thanks to the dark magic of the True Teachings; Vespers is revealed to be a spy and a traitor and Adam Brate is the only one who can save the day. Eventually, Serafina and Creed's forces will clash and the fate of the Disciple-dom will be decided. Oh, Temper shows up, but he gets beaten up and captured of course. By the way...
7) Temper becomes beaten up and captured enough to be consumed by his Gist and in doing so, tears apart the whole of the City Guard, but only the non-corrupt ones so bitter irony and suffering can prevail. He'll then be hunted down, and captured (again) before being rescued and forced to join Black Sand, where he meets Frightening Jones and the two have a swordfight.
6) Destrier, in all his mad genius, replicates a series of magical weaponry for the High Sanctuary, and bides his time until he is deep enough to salvage the remnants of the Accelerator deep under the corridors, then triggers the detonation imbued into every sorcery gun and kills half of Roarhaven's security. He then finds Tipstaff in a dank cell and recruits him as an underling and escapes Roarhaven in an inferno of temporal bloodshed and sets out to wage his destructive mind on the world.
5) Omen grows a humongous pair and marches up to the Humdrums, kicking Buach's teeth in, pissing on the statue the mortal democrats have chosen to have erected, gives Aurnia a tongue-lashing for her mistreatment of him, before sauntering back to Corrival and taking October Klein on a hot date, claiming he was really the one who is the Chosen One (and getting mad girls because of it), made easier by his brother's untimely death.
4) Sebastian chats philosophically with Darquesse and takes her to Roarhaven, where she rules the Society with an iron first and kills them off one by one, in decidely dastardly ways. First Kimora by feeding her glutenous sandwiches and so on. Eventually, somehow Bennet saves Sebastian bravely and Sebastian as a result of his friends' sacrifice, wants to die and takes his mask and suit off, condeming himself to oblivion. The baby in his arms is Odetta and Conrad's child, who he uses as a bargaining chip with the Dark Cathedral so they don't kill him for breaking into their vault by offering a fresh babe who they can Activate, thereby making the Child of the Faceless....cos it's made of paper.
3) A portal opens on the outskirts of Roarhaven, and a young Dreylan Scarab pops through, assassinating obstacles like passing citizens before lengthening the portal to a degree, and letting in Jaron Gallow, Murder Rose and Gruesome Krav who patrol and circle the portal, allowing it to breathe further out. Soon, Vengeous and Vile pop out and pave the gateway for Mevolent's grand entrance. Meanwhile, Sebastian and a beleaguered Darquesse observe and before long....rematch. And the Leibniz invasion commences.
2) Crepuscular Vies and the Unnamed forge an alliance, testing all their evil experiments on Flanery. Finally sick of being a puppet, Flanery leaks info to the sorcerer world and the Arbiters show up. Skulduggery duels Crepuscular, Valkyrie and the Unnamed duke it out and Omen is assigned with escorting the bedraggled Flanery out of the now-besieged White House. On the way, Flanery and Omen have an enlightening chat and somehow, they both end up back in villains' hands. Omen tries to attack the Unnamed and fulfil his brother's destiny but gets incinerated. Then, Mr Vies and the King of the Darklands take turns in beatiing up Flanery until he dies and Crepuscular relives himself one last time on the President's corpse.
1)- Valkyrie has gone over the edge and there she sits- getting off to adrenaline and life wearing the Necronaut suit; listening to the relentless, dark soothing tones of the music box and completely Splashed out of her mind, with new boyfriend Glee sitting beside her, writing his name a dozen times in Xena's blood covering the floor, whose doggo head is hanging up on the wall. Oh, and they're in Greymire Asylum. Desmond and Melissa are allowed to visit occasionally, but they plan a rescue mission and the only man who can help spearhead the stratagem to snatch Valkyrie out of bedlam is the man, the myth, the suave, debonair, handsome legend, Fergus Edgley. But Fergus' actions are hampered by Beryl, who is revealed to be Serafina's assassin sister and is determined to do away with her pestering niece once and for all, and more, More, MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh, and Saracen's power is the power of love, because that's the only answer.
Thanks for reading. Feel free to feedback on the possibility of these happening, whether you enjoyed or agreed with any to any degree, or your own ideas (they actually can be serious or jocular).This may come as a monumental surprise (or just a mental one) but a couple of these are ones I legitimately want 100% in some shape or form to come to pass. Others have a grain, too, of events I'd desire to happen. Ah, but what fun it is to indulge in the depths of the imagination. Hope you enjoyed in this fancy, and remember, I'm reserving the right to say I told you so...
(credit to u/gfdgfdgf for development on the Leibniz prediction in our discussions)
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2019.08.17 22:04 Real-Deal-Steel My thoughts on Bedlam (and Phase 2 in general)

I read Bedlam back when it came out, but I wanted to let myself process the the story for awhile. Now I have my verdict.
I gonna be blunt here; I starting to feel fatigued with the series at this point. Let me explain. Derek's writing, barring several dated pop-culture references, is why I love Phase 1 so much. He gave the narration itself a personality top of having interesting characters, stories and world-building. Hell, he's one of the people whose inspired me the write my own book. Yet recently I felt that he's gone off track a bit with Phase 2, which isn't that it's outright bad, but it's inferior to Phase 1.
I'll list my main criticisms with Bedlam here: * Once again tensing magic being exposed only to go "Nah, maybe later." Which I called early into reading the book.
Honestly, I'm genuinely considering taking a break from the series for a few years to see how the general reception is to the next few books.
If Derek is reading this, then I hope there's no hard feelings.
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2019.08.13 01:43 Nebraska_Actually /r/CollegeBasketball Credentialed Media Project: Covering Creighton Basketball, and Beyond

Last year I had by every definition a successful season representing /NCAAW and /CollegeBasketball covering games from NAIA College of Saint Mary, to Division 1 Omaha and Creighton. I built on that and covered a few Omaha Mavericks baseball games as well, and wrote articles for /CollegeBaseball.
I want to keep you all informed of my major project as a moderator of /CollegeBasketball throughout the regular season.
Part 1: An Introduction
Part 2: From Attendance 50 to 15,000
Part 3: Covering Omaha Basketball
Here is Part 4

Covering Creighton Basketball

Covering Creighton women’s basketball was where I truly got my start reporting on basketball games for /NCAAW and /CollegeBasketball. At the beginning of the 2017-18 season, I reached out to Creighton’s SID for women’s basketball to see if I could attend their season opener, and they miraculously approved. You can see a longer version of this story here, as part of my recap from last summer.
Due to a combination of inconvenient scheduling between Creighton basketball and my actual job, I was not able to get to too many Creighton games this past year. Creighton spends a lot of their non-conference season on the road, which included trips to the Dakotas, Iowa, Kansas, and Florida (twice). The Bluejays only had 4 total home games in the non-conference season.
That meant I only covered four Creighton women’s games this year: Villanova, St. John’s, Marquette, and DePaul.
Creighton’s SID, Glen Sisk, was even willing to give me a season media pass to cover baseball games at TD Ameritrade, as long as I could figure out what the reference was on my placard for the Marquette/DePaul weekend.

Season Recap

Coming off a season that ended in the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament, Creighton struggled all year long to find their identity. The Bluejays had a stretch of almost a month without a victory, averaging just 51.6 PPG over that 5-game conference losing streak.
The tides turned late, putting together a strong finish, winning four of six to end the regular season, including a victory over #13 Marquette, effectively knocking the Golden Eagles out of contention to host the first two round of the NCAA Tournament. The season ended in the 2nd round of the Big East tournament as the Jays fell to DePaul 80-69.

Greatest Game

This recognition goes to Creighton’s victory over #13 Marquette. The Golden Eagles were in the drivers seat to be a host site for the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament. They just needed to get past two of the bottom teams in the Big East. Creighton built a giant first-half lead thanks to a 20-0 run spanning the 1st and 2nd quarters. From there the Jays were just holding on for dear life as Marquette chipped away at the lead but ran out of time. The game really put a cap on the turnaround the team had from the start of conference play to the end.
Carolyn Kieger incredibly frustrated in the post-game press conference. The entire room knew what that loss meant to Marquette and their NCAA Tournament hosting hopes; the Golden Eagles ended up a 5-seed in the NCAA Tournament and lost to host Texas A&M in the 2nd round.
After the season ended, Kieger accepted the Head Coach position at Penn State.

Strangest Moments

No game stood out as the strangest, but there were some strange games and moments throughout the course of the games I covered, including:
  • DePaul vs. Creighton: Creighton committed the following different turnovers: a travel, a carry, multiple offensive fouls, a 5-second call on an inbound, a 5-second live-ball call, and a 3-second lane violation. The Jays were just finding creative ways to screw up.
  • St. Johns vs. Creighton: The was Creighton’s 5th consecutive loss. Usually Head Coach Jim Flanery is a happy-go-lucky guy, who will talk your ears off, but he just struggled to find a positive in this game. He was happy to talk forever, but was struggling to find answers for not only our questions, but his team’s struggles as well. It was just a tough press conference to be sitting in on.
  • St. Johns HC Joe Tartamella called me out in the post game conference for not saying a word during his time: “He’s just here? You alright, did [the other guy] take all your stuff, come on!” It was actually the second time I said no words during his post-game press conference; the year before I had a devastating sore throat and literally could not speak.

Top Performances

Date Player Stat Line
Jan 4 Creighton Temi Carda 10 pts, 10 reb
Mar 1 Marquette Natisha Hiedeman* 22 pts, 7 reb, 5 ast, 5 stl
Mar 1 Creighton Audrey Faber 24 pts, 7 reb, 5 ast
Mar 3 DePaul Ashton Millender 22 pts, 10 reb
*Natisha Hiedeman is currently in the WNBA, and she absolutely looked the part of an all-star in her performance against Creighton.

Beyond Basketball and Looking to Next Season

After all the basketball games on my schedule had been completed, I continued with work on behalf of /CollegeBaseball, covering the Omaha Mavericks once again, as well as attending Creighton games at TD Ameritrade.
I was able to report from the press box at Werner Park when Omaha hosted Nebraska. That game had without a doubt the best food I have received as a member of the press. I went back to the buffet line basically between every half inning. And with Omaha winning the Summit League this past year, they get to host the tournament next year. I am very excited about that.
Here is an album of pictures I took from my time covering baseball. Hopefully I’ll have time to put a story together for /CollegeBaseball on my experiences over there.
Album
Much of the scheduling for next season has already been released, and I am always hoping to expand my footprint a bit, as long as my main job allows.
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2018.07.28 05:52 dstoner79 My mom dated sean patrick flanery in highschool, and my best friends mom was good friends with him.

He went to dulles highschool in my hometown at the same time as my mom and my best friends mom.
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2018.05.22 19:45 Nebraska_Actually [Original Content] /r/CollegeBasketball Project: Credentialed Media (Part 4)

I created /NCAAW in November of 2013 to fill a void I noticed in college women's basketball coverage. Over the years of running the subreddit, I have worked to provide original content to keep the subreddit active and/or mildly interesting. The list includes:
My big goal to increase personal and subreddit legitimacy was to one day maybe work as a member of the press. Becoming a moderator for /CollegeBasketball really helped pave the way.
Part One: There Was an Attempt
Part Two: The Camera Man
Part 2.5: What's below NCCAA Division 2?
Part 3: AMA, Rejection, and Men's Basketball

Part 4: Connie Yori's Return, the End of the Season, and Beyond

I am a big Husker fan, which was not lost of the rest of the people in the Creighton media room. When former Nebraska Head Coach Connie Yori was announced to be once again joining Creighton's staff, I could not hold in my excitement. Connie Yori is the all-time winningest coach in Nebraska basketball history, both men's and women's. She played for Creighton under current Athletic Director Bruce Rasmussen, and later became his assistant.
You can watch Connie Yori's introductory conference here
Yori was the first person hired by Rasmussen when he became AD. Jim Flanery had been with Connie Yori for years. Originally both were assistants for Creighton under Rasmussen, before Connie was hired by Loras College in Iowa; Flanery joined her staff. After Rasmussen took the AD position, Yori returned to Creighton, bringing Coach Flanery back with her. After 10 successful seasons at Creighton, Yori was offered the head coaching job at Nebraska. At the time it was an offer too good to pass up, and thanks to Connie, Nebraska arguably remains the better program. In her ten seasons, Yori held a record of 3-7 versus Nebraska, but was 11-3 in her 14 seasons with Nebraska against Creighton.
I wanted more than anything to be a part of her first press conference, and was even invited to it by Creighton's SID. Unfortunately it was on a week day during the day, so I had to settle for covering the Creighton/St. John's game, her first in her return to Creighton.
As reporting goes, this was the most fun game I covered for the storylines involved: Yori's return to basketball, a conference slugfest (The Red Storm are a very physical team), and the St. John's coach Joe Tartamella was awesome enough to stick around for the post game press conference, despite a late flight out immediately after the game. On top of this, I ran into one of the 5-year-old kids that I've been working with, who is a HUGE Creighton fan. He saw me sitting on press row, which was the first time I've been able to make him jealous. His Jays have bested Nebraska in just about every sport over the past few years.
My excitement for this was tempered by a nasty sore throat that basically made me mute. On top of it being a late game, and a frigid January evening, it was a physically miserable affair to be a part of. I sat silently through the player interviews, Coach Flanery's interview, and Coach Tartamella's interview. Flanery and Tartamella are great people who are happy to talk, but I reached the point of just wanting to go home but being stuck in an effort to be polite and not walk out mid-interview. On the bright side, it meant that I have a full recording of the entire post game press conference, which not even the Omaha World-Herald reporter has.
Creighton/Saint John's Game Thread

Omaha / Fort Wayne Men's Game

The final game I was able to cover for the season came on February 10 between Fort Wayne and Omaha, which ended up being by far the most exciting game I covered all season. In front of a record crowd of 4,106, the Mavericks overcame multiple double-digit deficits to win. Mitch Hahn, who had been keyed on by Fort Wayne's defense as a deadly long-distance 3-point shooter, was overplayed by his defender and drove to the basket for a dunk that brought the house down and gave Omaha their permanent lead with 1:41 to play.
Just take a look at the ESPN Win Probability Chart
Again, due to being an extremely late game, I never got around to writing a post-game article. As it turned out, the final post game article I was able to write was for NAIA College of Saint Mary vs Mount Marty back in January.

End of the Season and Beyond

All told, I covered 10 games this season:
Division # Games
NAIA Women's 4
NCAA Division 1 Women's 4
NCAA Division 1 Men's 2
Here are what I would consider the top performances I was fortunate to see (in no particular order):
Date Game Player Stats
February 9 College of Saint Mary vs. Nebraska Christian College Kayla Bloodworth (NCC) 19 Pts, 15 Rbd, 11 Blk
January 2 Omaha vs Doane Matt Pile (OMA) 18 Pts, 10 Rbd
November 17 Omaha vs. Montana State Amber Vidal (OMA) 21 Pts, 6 Rbd, 9 Ast
November 17 Omaha vs. Montana State Madeline Smith (MSU) 18 Pts, 14 Rbd
February 10 Omaha vs. Fort Wayne John Konchar (FW) 22 Pts, 7 Rbd, 6 Ast
I reached out to the mods in /CollegeBaseball about the media pass I obtained from Omaha, and was encouraged to cover the Omaha Mavericks baseball team, as well. The media pass got me into Omaha's games at Werner Park, the home of Kansas City Royals AAA affiliate the Omaha Storm Chasers. I've written a series following them throughout the season:
The Other Side of Division 1 Baseball (Objectively my favorite article I've written)
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Overall I consider the first year of being a member of the media quite successful. Time and opportunity permitting, I hope to cover more games for next season. Here's a list of what I want to cover:
  • Omaha Omaha Mavericks Men
  • Omaha Omaha Mavericks Women
  • Creighton Creighton Women (and specifically the Creighton/Nebraska game)
  • Other regional Division 1 Men's/Women's game (Kansas Kansas State Drake South Dakota UMKC)
  • Other Games
    • NJCAA Iowa Western
    • NCAA D2 Nebraska Wesleyan
    • NAIA College of Saint Mary
    • NAIA Midland
    • Independent Union College (NE)
  • NAIA Division 1 Men's Tournament (Kansas City, MO)
  • NAIA Division 2 Men's Tournament (Sioux Falls, SD)
  • NAIA Division 2 Women's Tournament (Sioux City, IA)
That's...that's about it. There is plenty more that I'm either forgetting or was not relevant/interesting enough to fit somewhere in this long story. I hope you all enjoyed it. If you have questions about the project or its future I'll answer them to the best of my ability.
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2017.11.03 15:18 Nebraska_Actually [NCAAW] Countdown To Tip-Off: The Big East Conference

Every day beginning October 9th leading up to opening night, /NCAAW will be publishing information on all 32 conferences. Follow along as we count down to opening day!
Follow @RedditNCAAW on Twitter for more news and updates!

Big East Conference

Conference RPI: 0.5416 (7th of 32)
Conference SOS: 0.5425 (7th of 32)
Champion: Marquette Marquette
2016-17 Final Standings
School Conference Overall Postseason 2017-18 Media Guide
DePaul DePaul 16-2 27-8 NCAA 2nd Round
Creighton Creighton 16-2 24-8 NCAA 2nd Round Media Guide
Marquette Marquette 13-5 25-8 NCAA 1st Round
St. John's (NY) St. John’s 11-7 22-12 WNIT 3rd Round Preseason Prospectus
Villanova Villanova 11-7 20-15 WNIT Semifinals
Georgetown Georgetown 9-9 17-13 WNIT 1st Round
Xavier Xavier 4-14 12-18 None
Providence Providence 4-14 12-18 None
Seton Hall Seton Hall 4-14 12-19 None
Butler Butler 2-16 6-25 None

Preseason Coaches Poll

Team Points (1st)
Marquette Marquette 81 (9)
DePaul DePaul 73 (1)
Villanova Villanova 61
Creighton Creighton 58
Georgetown Georgetown 43
Seton Hall Seton Hall 40
St. John's (NY) St. John's 37
Butler Butler 29
Providence Providence 18
Xavier Xavier 10

Preseason All-Big East

DePaul Tanita Allen, Jr
DePaul Amarah Coleman, Sr
Marquette Erika Davenport, Jr
Creighton Audrey Faber, Jr
Villanova Adrianna Hahn, Jr
Marquette Natisha Hiedeman, Jr
Seton Hall JaQuan Jackson, Sr
Providence Jovana Nogic, Jr
Butler Tori Schickel, Jr
St. John's (NY) Akina Wellere, JR
Georgetown Dionna White, Jr
School 2017-18 Outlook
Butler Butler In the 2012-13 season, Butler recorded 17 wins. Every year since has ended with fewer wins than the last. The Bulldogs finished with 6 wins and ranked 301st nationally in scoring. There are lots of reasons to be more optimistic about this season: They are still a mostly very young team that now has a year of experience, and as long as they stay healthy (they failed at that last season) they should be able to snag a few more wins. On top of the talent returning (junior Tori Schickel, 14.6 PPG and sophomore Kristen Spolyar, 12.8 PPG), the Bulldogs will get some immediate help from transfers Whitney Jennings (Iowa) and Iman Lathan (Fullerton). A trip to the Paradise Jam to face West Virginia and Virginia Tech, and a home game against Wisconsin are the top games on the schedule.
Creighton Creighton The Blue Jays are a well-established tournament team, having reached the postseason every year for the last decade. Last season was no different, as they shared a regular season conference championship and reached the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Jays return just two of their five starters, but get back scoring leader in junior Audrey Faber (12.8 PPG). The 6’2” forward will need to step up her game on the boards, she averaged just 4.2 RPG in 31 minutes per game of play. Creighton has an incredibly challenging schedule this year, with home games against Wichita State, South Dakota State, and Florida State, along with road games against South Dakota, Nebraska, and Drake. On top of that, they head to Vegas for the South Point Shootout to face UCLA and Washington.
DePaul DePaul The Blue Demons took a share of the regular season Big East championship, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to host Mississippi State in their regional. DePaul had five players average in double figures last year, if you include Ashton Milleder who missed most of the season due to injury. The Blue Demons will be see time this year from a handful of talented underclassmen, but will be led by senior Amarah Coleman (11.2 PPG, 47 steals). An additional grad transfer of Rebekah Dahlman (Vanderbilt) may help get the team the experience they need to compete for a championship again this year. Home games against Oklahoma and UConn will be top tests for the squad, who will also be heading to Vegas in the challenging Play4Kay Showcase.
Georgetown Georgetown The Hoyas continue their positive rebound from a 4-27 campaign just 3 seasons ago, reaching the WNIT and hosting their first round game. Georgetown returns their top two scorers, led by 5’5” pest Dionna White, who led the team in scoring (15.2 PPG), steals (97, ranked 14th nationally), and recorded 16 blocks on the year. Transfer Mikayla Venson (Virginia) should also be a big help this year. The Hoyas spend most of their non-conference season on the road, but at least their George Washington matchup is in the same city. A trip to Nashville for the Challenge in Music City is in order, with games against Auburn, Chattanooga, and Northwestern. Dates with Minnesota and NC State will also be great tests for Georgetown.
Marquette Marquette Marquette received their highest ever preseason ranking in the Coaches Poll, coming in at #19. The reigning Big East champions were voted unanimous Big East favorites and return junior Allazia Blockton (17.1 PPG), the unanimous Big East Preseason Player of the Year. The Golden Eagles return their top 5 scorers, all juniors, who are also the top five in assists, rebounds, and steals. Bet on this team for the next couple years. A busy schedule includes road games against Green Bay, Michigan, Milwaukee, and Notre dame, plus a trip to the Cancun Challenge to take on Tennessee.
Providence Providence The Friars struggled to string wins together all season, with their largest win coming at home in a 66-64 upset over Marquette. Providence returns their leading scorer in Jovana Nogic (14.5 PPG), and they have some players that should be ready to step up this year, especially junior Maddie Jolin (9.6 PPG) who only started in five games last season. A home game against Penn State will test the Friars early. They also have a road game against Quinnipiac, along with participation in the Savannah Invitational and the Ocean State Tip-Off Tournament in Providence.
Seton Hall Seton Hall The Pirates had a promising start to the season, beginning 8-4 but finishing 5-14 the rest of the way, including a 7 game losing streak to end the regular season. A victory over Providence in the first round of the Big East tournament salvaged an otherwise down season after reaching the NCAA tournament the year before. The Pirates return their top scorer in redshirt senior JaQuan Jackson (15.3 PPG) and sophomore Kaela Hilaire (10.4 PPG), but otherwise the cupboard still needs to be restocked; the next best returning player is sophomore Deja Winters (5.8 PPG, 2.7 RPG). A home game against UCLA is the top name on the schedule for Seton Hall, with road games against Wake Forest and Rutgers also on the calendar.
St. John's (NY) St. John’s A solid 22-win campaign for the Red Storm included a season sweep of Marquette, as well as a round of 16 appearance in the 64-team WNIT. The Red Storm return three of their top five scorers, but scoring was not a priority for this team. Akina Wellere averaged 11.3 PPG, and the next best player coming back is Alisha Kebbe, with 7.7 PPG. A tough schedule includes road games against Albany and Miami, along with home games against James Madison, Fordham, and Kansas. A trip to the Gulf Coast Showcase in November could also mean a matchup against South Carolina.
Villanova Villanova An early exit in the Big East Tournament left Villanova with the daunting task of having their WNIT run entirely on the road. They were up to the challenge, winning at Princeton, Drexel, James Madison, and Indiana before ending in a loss at Michigan in the semifinals. The top 5 players for the Wildcats return, led by senior guard Alex Louin, who led the team in points (13.1 PPG) and assists (110), tied for the lead in blocks (31) and steals (38), and was 2nd on the team in rebounds (5.5 RPG). Just two games in the non-conference are at Nova’s true home this year, with the big game coming against Duke. The Wildcats will also visit Burlington for the Vermont Thanksgiving Tournament to take on James Madison.
Xavier Xavier Highs for the Musketeers last year included a win over eventual WNIT champion Michigan. Lows included two losses to Butler, who won only six games last season. Xavier has a lot to replace from last season; their top returning player (junior Kindell Fincher) averaged just 7.9 PPG and 3.1 RPG. Fincher is the only regular starter returning for the team that struggled to 12 wins last season. The Musketeers have only two true road games before conference play begins, but they will also be heading to West Palm Beach for the Florida Tournament. Big games include a road game against Minnesota and their rivalry game with Cincinnati.

Coaches

School Coach Season
Butler Butler Kurt Godlevske 4th
Creighton Creighton Jim Flanery 16th
DePaul DePaul Doug Bruno 32nd
Georgetown Georgetown James Howard 1st
Marquette Marquette Carolyn Kieger 4th
Providence Providence Jim Crowley 2nd
Seton Hall Seton Hall Anthony Bozzella 5th
St. John's (NY) St. John's (NY) Joe Tartamella 6th
Villanova Villanova Harry Perretta 40th
Xavier Xavier Brian Neal 5th
Champion Prediction: Marquette Marquette
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2017.11.03 14:37 Nebraska_Actually [Countdown To Tip-Off] The Big East

Big East Conference

Conference RPI: 0.5416 (7th of 32)
Conference SOS: 0.5425 (7th of 32)
Champion: Marquette Marquette
2016-17 Final Standings
School Conference Overall Postseason 2017-18 Media Guide
DePaul DePaul 16-2 27-8 NCAA 2nd Round
Creighton Creighton 16-2 24-8 NCAA 2nd Round Media Guide
Marquette Marquette 13-5 25-8 NCAA 1st Round
St. John's (NY) St. John’s 11-7 22-12 WNIT 3rd Round Preseason Prospectus
Villanova Villanova 11-7 20-15 WNIT Semifinals
Georgetown Georgetown 9-9 17-13 WNIT 1st Round
Xavier Xavier 4-14 12-18 None
Providence Providence 4-14 12-18 None
Seton Hall Seton Hall 4-14 12-19 None
Butler Butler 2-16 6-25 None

Preseason Coaches Poll

Team Points (1st)
Marquette Marquette 81 (9)
DePaul DePaul 73 (1)
Villanova Villanova 61
Creighton Creighton 58
Georgetown Georgetown 43
Seton Hall Seton Hall 40
St. John's (NY) St. John's 37
Butler Butler 29
Providence Providence 18
Xavier Xavier 10

Preseason All-Big East

DePaul Tanita Allen, Jr
DePaul Amarah Coleman, Sr
Marquette Erika Davenport, Jr
Creighton Audrey Faber, Jr
Villanova Adrianna Hahn, Jr
Marquette Natisha Hiedeman, Jr
Seton Hall JaQuan Jackson, Sr
Providence Jovana Nogic, Jr
Butler Tori Schickel, Jr
St. John's (NY) Akina Wellere, JR
Georgetown Dionna White, Jr
School 2017-18 Outlook
Butler Butler In the 2012-13 season, Butler recorded 17 wins. Every year since has ended with fewer wins than the last. The Bulldogs finished with 6 wins and ranked 301st nationally in scoring. There are lots of reasons to be more optimistic about this season: They are still a mostly very young team that now has a year of experience, and as long as they stay healthy (they failed at that last season) they should be able to snag a few more wins. On top of the talent returning (junior Tori Schickel, 14.6 PPG and sophomore Kristen Spolyar, 12.8 PPG), the Bulldogs will get some immediate help from transfers Whitney Jennings (Iowa) and Iman Lathan (Fullerton). A trip to the Paradise Jam to face West Virginia and Virginia Tech, and a home game against Wisconsin are the top games on the schedule.
Creighton Creighton The Blue Jays are a well-established tournament team, having reached the postseason every year for the last decade. Last season was no different, as they shared a regular season conference championship and reached the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Jays return just two of their five starters, but get back scoring leader in junior Audrey Faber (12.8 PPG). The 6’2” forward will need to step up her game on the boards, she averaged just 4.2 RPG in 31 minutes per game of play. Creighton has an incredibly challenging schedule this year, with home games against Wichita State, South Dakota State, and Florida State, along with road games against South Dakota, Nebraska, and Drake. On top of that, they head to Vegas for the South Point Shootout to face UCLA and Washington.
DePaul DePaul The Blue Demons took a share of the regular season Big East championship, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to host Mississippi State in their regional. DePaul had five players average in double figures last year, if you include Ashton Milleder who missed most of the season due to injury. The Blue Demons will be see time this year from a handful of talented underclassmen, but will be led by senior Amarah Coleman (11.2 PPG, 47 steals). An additional grad transfer of Rebekah Dahlman (Vanderbilt) may help get the team the experience they need to compete for a championship again this year. Home games against Oklahoma and UConn will be top tests for the squad, who will also be heading to Vegas in the challenging Play4Kay Showcase.
Georgetown Georgetown The Hoyas continue their positive rebound from a 4-27 campaign just 3 seasons ago, reaching the WNIT and hosting their first round game. Georgetown returns their top two scorers, led by 5’5” pest Dionna White, who led the team in scoring (15.2 PPG), steals (97, ranked 14th nationally), and recorded 16 blocks on the year. Transfer Mikayla Venson (Virginia) should also be a big help this year. The Hoyas spend most of their non-conference season on the road, but at least their George Washington matchup is in the same city. A trip to Nashville for the Challenge in Music City is in order, with games against Auburn, Chattanooga, and Northwestern. Dates with Minnesota and NC State will also be great tests for Georgetown.
Marquette Marquette Marquette received their highest ever preseason ranking in the Coaches Poll, coming in at #19. The reigning Big East champions were voted unanimous Big East favorites and return junior Allazia Blockton (17.1 PPG), the unanimous Big East Preseason Player of the Year. The Golden Eagles return their top 5 scorers, all juniors, who are also the top five in assists, rebounds, and steals. Bet on this team for the next couple years. A busy schedule includes road games against Green Bay, Michigan, Milwaukee, and Notre dame, plus a trip to the Cancun Challenge to take on Tennessee.
Providence Providence The Friars struggled to string wins together all season, with their largest win coming at home in a 66-64 upset over Marquette. Providence returns their leading scorer in Jovana Nogic (14.5 PPG), and they have some players that should be ready to step up this year, especially junior Maddie Jolin (9.6 PPG) who only started in five games last season. A home game against Penn State will test the Friars early. They also have a road game against Quinnipiac, along with participation in the Savannah Invitational and the Ocean State Tip-Off Tournament in Providence.
Seton Hall Seton Hall The Pirates had a promising start to the season, beginning 8-4 but finishing 5-14 the rest of the way, including a 7 game losing streak to end the regular season. A victory over Providence in the first round of the Big East tournament salvaged an otherwise down season after reaching the NCAA tournament the year before. The Pirates return their top scorer in redshirt senior JaQuan Jackson (15.3 PPG) and sophomore Kaela Hilaire (10.4 PPG), but otherwise the cupboard still needs to be restocked; the next best returning player is sophomore Deja Winters (5.8 PPG, 2.7 RPG). A home game against UCLA is the top name on the schedule for Seton Hall, with road games against Wake Forest and Rutgers also on the calendar.
St. John's (NY) St. John’s A solid 22-win campaign for the Red Storm included a season sweep of Marquette, as well as a round of 16 appearance in the 64-team WNIT. The Red Storm return three of their top five scorers, but scoring was not a priority for this team. Akina Wellere averaged 11.3 PPG, and the next best player coming back is Alisha Kebbe, with 7.7 PPG. A tough schedule includes road games against Albany and Miami, along with home games against James Madison, Fordham, and Kansas. A trip to the Gulf Coast Showcase in November could also mean a matchup against South Carolina.
Villanova Villanova An early exit in the Big East Tournament left Villanova with the daunting task of having their WNIT run entirely on the road. They were up to the challenge, winning at Princeton, Drexel, James Madison, and Indiana before ending in a loss at Michigan in the semifinals. The top 5 players for the Wildcats return, led by senior guard Alex Louin, who led the team in points (13.1 PPG) and assists (110), tied for the lead in blocks (31) and steals (38), and was 2nd on the team in rebounds (5.5 RPG). Just two games in the non-conference are at Nova’s true home this year, with the big game coming against Duke. The Wildcats will also visit Burlington for the Vermont Thanksgiving Tournament to take on James Madison.
Xavier Xavier Highs for the Musketeers last year included a win over eventual WNIT champion Michigan. Lows included two losses to Butler, who won only six games last season. Xavier has a lot to replace from last season; their top returning player (junior Kindell Fincher) averaged just 7.9 PPG and 3.1 RPG. Fincher is the only regular starter returning for the team that struggled to 12 wins last season. The Musketeers have only two true road games before conference play begins, but they will also be heading to West Palm Beach for the Florida Tournament. Big games include a road game against Minnesota and their rivalry game with Cincinnati.

Coaches

School Coach Season
Butler Butler Kurt Godlevske 4th
Creighton Creighton Jim Flanery 16th
DePaul DePaul Doug Bruno 32nd
Georgetown Georgetown James Howard 1st
Marquette Marquette Carolyn Kieger 4th
Providence Providence Jim Crowley 2nd
Seton Hall Seton Hall Anthony Bozzella 5th
St. John's (NY) St. John's (NY) Joe Tartamella 6th
Villanova Villanova Harry Perretta 40th
Xavier Xavier Brian Neal 5th
Champion Prediction: Marquette Marquette
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