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Texas State selected to win championship
August 10th, 2010 4:47PM

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[SOUTHLAND WOMEN] Texas State has been picked to win the 2010 Southland Conference women's regular-season championship.
 
The Bobcats return most of its 2009 championship team. Three first-team all-conference selections, including senior forward Britney Curry, the conference player of the year, are back.
 
2010 Southland Preseason Women’s Poll (Coaches)
1. Texas State (7) 79
2. Southeastern Louisiana (2) 74
3. Stephen F. Austin (1) 59
t4. Sam Houston State 51
t4. UTSA 51
6. Northwe stern State 39
7. McNeese State 36
8. Lamar 35
9. Nicholls 14
10. Central Arkansas 12

2010 Southland Preseason Women’s Poll (SIDs)
1. Texas State (6) 77
2. Stephen F. Austin (3) 72
3. Southeastern Louisiana (1) 68
4. UTSA 52
5. Sam Houston State 45
6. McNeese State 44
7. Northwestern State 39
8. Lamar 27
9. Central Arkansas 16
10. Nicholls



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