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15 Minutes With ... Jenni Benningfield usabasketball.com
"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 nashvillecitypaper.com
Benningfield Stepping to Forefront By Josh Tenisci
Getting the point espn.com
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 Tennessean.com

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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