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Knights Score Another Win
University of Central Florida Women’s basketball defeat University of Alabama at Birmingham
By Andresa Knight email@example.com
Attacking the basket, Daniels helped her team to it’s fifth straight win. “We as a team work very hard to win every game,”
basketball team continued their winning streak with a 65-55 win over the University Alabama at Birmingham Blazers Thursda ,
dominate the court using a strong defense. Currentl , the Knights are 3-0 in the Conference USA standings.
The Knights are currently 7-1 at home and have won three of the last four games.
Fourth-year head coach of the Knights, Joi Williams states, “We have a very good team and we just continue to grind out every win.”
Racking up 16 points, 10 rebounds and two steals, Senior D’Nay Daniels scored her second double-double of the season.
Next, the Knights will hit the road and face off against the Southern Methodist University Mustangs on Jan. 16, 2010.
Russell Griner / Valencia Voice 5’10 Jelisa Caldwell is a guard for the UCF woman’s basketball team. She is in her senior year.
There’s an app for that
New workout mobile software allow users to track sweat, calories and miles, making it easier to reach workout goals
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By Vicky Hallett The Washington Post
Want to carry a personal trainer in your pocket to the gym, calculate how fast you ran the first mile of your morning jog or get gift cards in exchange for sweating? It's all easy to do with the right gizmos.
Probably the only thing growing faster than the obesity rate in this country is the number of health-care and fitness programs in the iTunes App Store. There are literally thousands to choose from, including the popular Lose It!, a free calorie counter launched in November 2008 that lets you input your exercise and anything you've eaten to help you slim down. Charles Teague, co-founder of FitNo , which makes Lose It!, thinks going mobile has been critical to users' success, "Instead of being something you track at the end of each da , you know now."
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