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www.wmfd.com - Hundreds of people showed up Saturday night to welcome home the Ashland University women's basketball team, fresh off their 71-56 win over Dowling College Friday night to capture the NCAA Division II National Championship. }}" />

   
 
 
Ashland University Lady Eagles Have Landed

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  Original Published: 3/31/2013Hundreds of people showed up Saturday night to welcome home the Ashland University women's basketball team, fresh off their 71-56 win over Dowling College Friday night to capture the NCAA Division II National Championship. Lady Eagle senior Kari Daugherty, who was named the Elite Eight's Most Outstanding Player, talked about winning the championship and playing for AU coach Sue Ramsay. Daugherty says she looks forward to her next chapter in life, which includes possibly playing professionally, but not before she is married in July to her fiance, Brad Pickens.
   
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