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After completing last season with another record and an eighth-place league finish, the coach and the team need to take a step forward in Lehigh will look to second team All-Patriot senior guard Lance Tejada After strong wins in the first two rounds of the WBI, Yale defeated South Alabama in the semifinals, coming back from an 11 point deficit with two minutes remaining in regulation. Coach Guth will need to find a way to replace the production and leadership from its recently graduated class, if the Elis want to get back to the postseason and secure home court advantage in the third Ivy Tournament.

Columbia faced a more challenging non-conference schedule in , but hoped to use it to build upon the league record in A spot in the Ivy Tournament may be too much to expect in , but the coach will bring in a large class of newcomers to help the young returnees move the program in the right direction. They will also be without the play of seniors Josie Little and Sarah Elston, who, according to Columbia Athletics, have both medically retired.

She recently signed a professional contract to play for Kouvottaret in Finland. One of its 23 wins came against Harvard, , at Matthews Arena last November. After starting conference play with three straight losses by a total of 71 points, the Red and their second-year head coach Brian Earl regrouped.

Over the next four weeks, they went on a run, punctuated by a point second half comeback in a triple overtime win over Princeton, to get back into the thick of the race for the upper division. In the semifinal against Harvard, the Big Red found themselves up seven with three minutes to go in the first half, but the Crimson closed the stanza on a run. Without any answers in the second half, their season ended with a defeat.

John has worked in news media since deciding in the mids that a life tracking elephants for an honours degree in ecology was less interesting than being a journalist in apartheid-era South Africa.

His residence was revoked and he returned to Australia. He joined The Conversation after two decades with The Age as a chief leader writer, columnist She is a journalism graduate from RMIT, and has a background in politics and writing. She has interned with Crikey and Happell Media, and occasionally does freelance communications work. Alexandra has worked in various media and journalism roles in Melbourne, London, and Jakarta.

Sasha joined The Conversation in after working for the Centralian Advocate - a newspaper in Alice Springs - where she was the health and education reporter. Prior to that, she completed a Masters in Journalism and International Relations and wrote regular freelance pieces for various Australian publications. Prior to joining The Conversation, Amanda was a reporter and editor with The Age for 16 years, covering health, education, social policy, pop culture and the arts. Prior to joining The Conversation, Justin spent seven years covering news, business and culture in China as the Shanghai correspondent for Monocle magazine.

Sarah joined The Conversation in October She previously worked as a freelance science writer and editor, in science communication and as an immunology researcher in Australia and Indonesia. Shelley joined The Conversation in December She has an MA in journalism from Columbia University. He has won several awards and commendations for his work including a highly commended in the Walkley Awards. Michael has also worked as a tutor and lecturer in journalism with Queensland University of Technology.

Veronika is an award-winning journalist and author, with two decades of experience in radio, print and digital.

Debbie Dickinson joins The Conversation having run national and international digital media campaigns, including for the Australian Government on the carbon price, and for the UK Government's UN climate negotiations in Copenhagen. She previously worked as a strategic policy advisor at London's Sustainable Development Commission, and at the Amsterdam-based non-profit, the Global Reporting Initiative. Since graduating, she has worked as a features writer for Concrete Playground and was the court and crime reporter for The Warwick Daily News.

She spent in Germany freelancing and studying German and Arabic. Wes joined The Conversation in late Young was conscripted into the US army, served in Vietnam and then began a career in banking. Corrs Melbourne office Pro Bono Partner. He succeeded Professor Fred Hilmer, who stepped down after eight years in the role.

She has been working in the leadership, management and strategy areas for over 20 years, with a particular emphasis working with organisations to shape and develop their strategic executive and team capabilities. Natalie's PhD is in the field of Political Science, and examines the influence of institutional design upon the organisation of parties and the behaviour of members in the European Parliament. Her current research interests include:

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