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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Erin Rooney
Brittany Boyd has already played in an unexpected NCAA Final Four for California.
Standout senior guard Erin Rooney was going to get the last shot for Fordham. And California was prepared for just that.
Six years removed from a winless season, and one year after a one-point loss in the Atlantic 10 women's championship game, Fordham seniors Erin Rooney and Abigail Corning weren't about to let the Rams feel disappointment again.
NEW YORK (AP) — Erin Rooney has been the catalyst for the women's basketball revival at Fordham the last two seasons.
It was only a few years ago when Fordham was the laughing stock of women's basketball, setting a record for futility.
"It was kind of a clear-out play, a top screen. Everyone else was kind of running through to the other side for an iso," Rooney said. "I didn't get a good look at all."
"I think she's a great player. I thought the before the game that it was going to be fun. It was a challenge for me," Rooney said.