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W&M women learning on the fly after losing Rendle

W&M women learning on the fly after losing Rendle

WILLIAMSBURG – With its top scorer, rebounder and the Colonial Athletic Association's top blocker lost for the season to injury, William and Mary's women's basketball team must find new ways to win games while at times, playing a completely different style than it had been accustomed to play.

It did both Sunday in a 69-62 win at home over Northeastern, the third game for the Tribe (13-7, 4-5 CAA) without standout sophomore center Abby Rendle. Jeanne Gaumont, a 6-foot forward, is also out with an injury. The ability to adapt to the recent adversity, that also included a close loss to College of Charleston Friday, inspired William and Mary coach Ed Swanson to call it the...

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