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Topic - North Tyneside
With the first 900 out of the way, Bentley University's women's basketball coach Barbara Stevens would rather not look ahead on the next big milestone that may be in her future.
Chattanooga's Jim Foster is on the verge of joining a select group of coaches.
Barbara Stevens of Division II Bentley University became the fifth coach in NCAA women's basketball to reach 800 victories, just a few hours before Stanford's Tara VanDerveer attempted to reach the milestone.
"We kind of talked a little bit about that in the locker room," she said.
Stevens said after becoming the sixth coach in women's college basketball history to record 900 victories - her undefeated Falcons posting a 98-80 Division II Northeast-10 Conference victory over Saint Anselm.