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Topic - Kalisha Keane
To those unfamiliar with Wisconsin-Green Bay or Michigan State before their respective first-round NCAA tournament games, it didn't take long to identify the stars.
When Joanne McCallie left Michigan State to coach at Duke, incoming recruits Kalisha Keane, Lykendra Johnson, Brittney Thomas and Cetera Washington didn't look for a way out.