In this Tuesday, March 24, 2009 photo, Maryland's Marah Strickland shoots against Utah during a second-round women's NCAA college basketball tournament game in College Park, Md. It was only a few years ago when Fordham was the laughing stock of women's basketball, setting a record for futility. Now second-year coach Stephanie Gaitley has the Rams near the top of the Atlantic 10. Strickland is one of two transfers to Fordham who are helping lead the team. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

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In this Tuesday, March 24, 2009 photo, Maryland's Marah Strickland shoots against Utah during a second-round women's NCAA college basketball tournament game in College Park, Md. It was only a few years ago when Fordham was the laughing stock of women's basketball, setting a record for futility. Now second-year coach Stephanie Gaitley has the Rams near the top of the Atlantic 10. Strickland is one of two transfers to Fordham who are helping lead the team. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)
In this Tuesday, March 24, 2009 photo, Maryland's Marah Strickland shoots against Utah during a second-round women's NCAA college basketball tournament game in College Park, Md. It was only a few years ago when Fordham was the laughing stock of women's basketball, setting a record for futility. Now second-year coach Stephanie Gaitley has the Rams near the top of the Atlantic 10. Strickland is one of two transfers to Fordham who are helping lead the team. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)
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