Senior, sophomore duos lead Miners to new heights
It's arguable whether any program has come as far this season as the University of Texas El Paso, which entered the Top 25 this week for the first time in 34 years of women's basketball.
I think when you have players that have been teammates, that have played with one another beforehand, obviously they know one another's games really well. So that helps you on the court. And obviously, I think all of them are a long way from home and when they came here, they probably helped each other out in terms of making the transition to being as far away from home as they are.
-- UTEP coach Keitha Adams, on a pair of team members from Poland and another duo who played together in Michigan
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