Women’s basketball: Lobo senior spends her summer as a globetrotter

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Lines, a 6-foot-1 rising senior forward for the University of New Mexico women’s basketball team, is spending the final few weeks of summer in her native Florida. The trip home was her shortest of the offseason ‘ by far.

Since the spring semester ended, Lines has spent much of her time visiting distant points on the globe. Her summer itinerary featured stops in Norway, Iceland and China.

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“It’s been pretty crazy ‘ but amazing,” Lines said. “Between school and basketball we’re so busy during the year that sometimes you just want to relax. But when you get a chance to see places like these, you know it might never come again.”

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UPPER MORELAND >> The Philadelphia and surrounding suburban area produces an abundance of talented basketball players on a yearly basis.

Many of them go on to play at the college level and of that number, a good portion often won’t stray too far from home in order to do it. For the past 25 years, the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s Summer Basketball League has provided those local players an avenue to stay in shape and work on their game.

The league wrapped up its 25th season Tuesday as the Maroon team of USciences players topped the Black team of Jefferson University players at Kelly Bolish Gym in Upper Moreland Township.

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Northern Arizona’s Khiarica Rasheed elevates for a layup during Thursday’s practice at Rolle Activity Center.

Loree Payne had her players line up on baseline for a race against the clock on Thursday, the final day of summer practices for the Northern Arizona women’s basketball team.

The players had 24 seconds to get to one side of the court and back, racing hard and gasping for air as they ended their day on the sprints. Payne also has battled the clock while getting her roster ready for the up-tempo style of hoops she plans to have her team running this season.

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