Recruiting takes toll on players, coaches
Last month, Kristi Kingma of Mill Creek, Wash., played at the Nike Nationals with a rotator-cuff sprain and two partially torn ligaments in her right shoulder. She did so because she wanted the University of Washington, where she had committed, to see her play and make sure they still wanted her. Kingma is among the very best pull-up jump shooters in the country.
Another player, Ashley Corral of Vancouver, came back early from surgery to repair ligaments in her ankle so she could play ...
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