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15 Minutes With ... Jenni Benningfield
"Chantelle & Mac" Show Nears Final Curtain 03/11/03 By Andrew Derr
Ramsey's Long Road to Vanderbilt 01/30/03
By Kelly Schmandt
VUís Benningfield fights indecent exposure
Benningfield Stepping to Forefront By Josh Tenisci
Getting the point
Commodores on the Run By Tony Lane
Peru Trip Was "Humbling"Ö Commodores on a Mission
Photos From Women's Basketball Trip to Italy 8/27/02
On a Roll 6/24/02 By Tony Lane , Originally appeared in the Flagship
Vandy's McElhiney has a tough balancing act as student and athlete 2/28/02 By PAUL KUHARSKY Staff Writer

USA Women’s Pan Am Team Falls To Australia’s World Championship For Young Women Team 78-70 7/19/03

BOSTON (July 19, 2003) -- After only two days of practice since arriving in Boston for a series of ‘friendly’ matches against the Australian and Brazilian Young Women World Championship teams, the U.S. Pan American Games Team (0-1) barely lost to Australia (2-1), 78-70 in the closing minutes of the game on Saturday.  The U.S. was led in points by Jenni Benningfield (Vanderbilt / Louisville, Ky.) and Nicole Powell (Stanford / Phoenix, Ariz.), who each accounted for 12 points, while Rebekkah Brunson (Georgetown / Oxon Hill, Md.) finished with 10. More


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