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BASKETBALL-WNBA/
RTS20NXL
September 09, 2018
Sep 9, 2018; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington Mystics guard Ariel Atkins (bottom) pulls down a rebound against...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
WNBA: Finals-Washington Mystics at Seattle Storm
Sep 9, 2018; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington Mystics guard Ariel Atkins (bottom) pulls down a rebound against Seattle Storm forward Crystal Langhorne (middle) for a jump ball during the first quarter of game two of the WNBA Finals against the Washington Mystics at KeyArena. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports
NCAA/
RTR1YR50
March 26, 2008
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne shouts after sinking a basket during her team NCAA women's...
College Park, UNITED STATES
University of Maryland's Langhorne shouts during her team NCAA women's second round basketball game against...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne shouts after sinking a basket during her team NCAA women's second round basketball game against Nebraska University at the University of Maryland in College Park, March 25, 2008. The University of Maryland won the game. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/
RTR1YR3K
March 26, 2008
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne shoots over Nebraska University's Kelsey Griffin during the...
College Park, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne shoots over Nebraska's Griffin during their NCAA women's second round basketball...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne shoots over Nebraska University's Kelsey Griffin during the first half of their NCAA women's second round basketball game at the University of Maryland in College Park, March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/
RTR1YR3J
March 26, 2008
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (C) shoots against Nebraska University during the first half...
College Park, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne shoots at the basket against Nebraska University during their NCAA women's second...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (C) shoots against Nebraska University during the first half of their NCAA women's second round basketball game at the University of Maryland in College Park, March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/
RTR1YR3I
March 26, 2008
University of Maryland's Laura Harper (L) and Crystal Langhorne (R) battle for the ball against Nebraska...
College Park, UNITED STATES
Maryland and Nebraska women's basketball players battle for the ball during their NCAA women's second...
University of Maryland's Laura Harper (L) and Crystal Langhorne (R) battle for the ball against Nebraska University's Danielle Page during the first hald of their NCAA women's second round basketball game at the University of Maryland in College Park, March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/
RTR1YR3H
March 26, 2008
University of Maryland's Laura Harper (L) and Crystal Langhorne (R) battle for the ball against Nebraska...
College Park, UNITED STATES
Maryland and Nebraska women's basketball players battle for the ball during their NCAA women's second...
University of Maryland's Laura Harper (L) and Crystal Langhorne (R) battle for the ball against Nebraska University's Danielle Page during the first half of their NCAA women's second round basketball game at the University of Maryland in College Park, March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
BUSH NCAA
RTR1C9Z3
April 06, 2006
U.S. President George W. Bush poses for a picture with Crystal Langhorne from the University of Maryland...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President George W. Bush poses for a picture with Crystal Langhorne at an NCAA ceremony at the White...
U.S. President George W. Bush poses for a picture with Crystal Langhorne from the University of Maryland women's basketball team as he honours 12 NCAA championship-winning teams from the 2005 and 2006 season at a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, April 6, 2006. The University of Maryland women's basketball team won their first NCAA women's title April 4. REUTERS/Jason Reed
BUSH NCAA
RTR1C9Y3
April 06, 2006
U.S. President George W. Bush holds up a tiny black swim suit presented to him by the Auburn University...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President George W. Bush holds up a swim suit given to him by an NCAA team at the White House in...
U.S. President George W. Bush holds up a tiny black swim suit presented to him by the Auburn University women's swimming and diving team, one of 12 NCAA teams that Bush honoured for their 2005 or 2006 championship win, at a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, April 6, 2006. Looking on is Crystal Langhorne, from the University of Maryland women's basketball team which won their first NCAA women's title on April 4. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C783
April 05, 2006
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne celebrates as Maryland puts the national championship...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne celebrates at the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship game in Boston
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne celebrates as Maryland puts the national championship game into overtime at the NCAA Women's Final Four in Boston April 4, 2006. Maryland went on to defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the tournament. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C77M
April 05, 2006
University of Maryland's Laura Harper (L) and Crystal Langhorne pose with their championship trophy after...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Harper and Langhorne pose with championship trophy after beating Duke to win NCAA Women's...
University of Maryland's Laura Harper (L) and Crystal Langhorne pose with their championship trophy after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship basketball game in Boston, April 4, 2006. Harper was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C77H
April 05, 2006
The University of Maryland's (L-R) Shay Doron, Kristi Toliver, Laura Harper, Crystal Langhorne and other...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Doron, Toliver, Harper and Langhorne celebrate win over Duke in NCAA championship game in...
The University of Maryland's (L-R) Shay Doron, Kristi Toliver, Laura Harper, Crystal Langhorne and other teammates celebrate after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship game in Boston, April 4, 2006. Harper was named Most Valuable Player of the Tournament. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C779
April 05, 2006
The University of Maryland's women's basketball team celebrate around player Crystal Langhorne (C) as...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland team celebrates with trophy after defeating Duke in Women's NCAA final four championship game...
The University of Maryland's women's basketball team celebrate around player Crystal Langhorne (C) as she holds the championship trophy after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship basketball game in Boston April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C76X
April 05, 2006
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (front) and Ashleigh Newman (rear) celebrate after Maryland...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne and Newman celebrate win over Duke in Women's NCAA Final Four basketball championship...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (front) and Ashleigh Newman (rear) celebrate after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship game in Boston April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C76K
April 05, 2006
The University of Maryland's (L-R) Crystal Langhorne, Laura Harper and Kristin Toliver celebrate after...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne and Harper and Toliver celebrate win over Duke in NCAA championship game in Boston...
The University of Maryland's (L-R) Crystal Langhorne, Laura Harper and Kristin Toliver celebrate after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship game in Boston April 4, 2006. Harper was named Most Valuable Player of the Tournament. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C76I
April 05, 2006
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (R) and Laura Harper (15) celebrate after Maryland defeated...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Harper and Langhorne celebrate win over Duke in Women's NCAA Final Four basketball championship...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (R) and Laura Harper (15) celebrate after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 in overtime to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship basketball game in Boston April 4, 2006. Harper was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C76G
April 05, 2006
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (L) and Laura Harper ccelebrate after Maryland defeated...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne and Harper celebrate win over Duke in Women's NCAA Final Four championship game...
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (L) and Laura Harper ccelebrate after Maryland defeated Duke University 78-75 to win the NCAA Women's Final Four national championship game in Boston April 4, 2006. Harper was named Most Valuable Player of the Tournament. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C743
April 05, 2006
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (rear L), Laura Harper (15) and Marissa Coleman (25) closely...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne, Harper and Coleman cover Duke's Currie in Women's NCAA final four championship...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (rear L), Laura Harper (15) and Marissa Coleman (25) closely cover Duke University's Monique Curry (R) during their NCAA Women's Final Four national championship basketball game in Boston April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C73X
April 05, 2006
Duke University's Monique Currie (25) drives to the basket past University of Maryland's Laura Harper...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Duke's Currie drives to basket past Maryland's Harper in Women's NCAA final four championship game in...
Duke University's Monique Currie (25) drives to the basket past University of Maryland's Laura Harper (15) and Crystal Langhorne (1) during their NCAA Women's Final Four national championship basketball game in Boston April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4VE
April 03, 2006
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (L) reaches out to the University North Carolina's Ivory...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne reaches out to North Carolina's Latta during final minutes of in NCAA semifinal...
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (L) reaches out to the University North Carolina's Ivory Latta during the final minutes of Maryland's 81-70 defeat of North Carolina in their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4V5
April 03, 2006
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (1), Shay Doron (22) and Ashleigh Newman celebrate after...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne, Doron and Newman celebrate after defeating North Carolina in NCAA semifinal game...
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (1), Shay Doron (22) and Ashleigh Newman celebrate after defeating the University of North Carolina 81-70 in their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4UW
April 03, 2006
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (L) knocks the ball away from University of North Carolina's...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne knocks ball away from North Carolina's Larkins during NCAA national semifinal game...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (L) knocks the ball away from University of North Carolina's Erlana Larkins (R) late in the second half of Maryland's 81-70 defeat of North Carolina in their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4UN
April 03, 2006
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne celebrates late in the second half during Maryland's 81-70...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne celebrates during Maryland's defeat of the North Carolina in NCAA game in Boston...
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne celebrates late in the second half during Maryland's 81-70 defeat of the University of North Carolina during their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4TY
April 03, 2006
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (rear) wrestles for the ball on the floor with University...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne competes for ball with North Carolina's Dewitt during Women's NCAA Final Four national...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (rear) wrestles for the ball on the floor with University of North Carolina's Christina DeWitt during their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4TO
April 03, 2006
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne screams in celebration as she runs up the court during...
Boston, UNITED STATES
University of Maryland's Langhorne screams in celebration during NCAA Final Four national semifinal game...
The University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne screams in celebration as she runs up the court during their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game against The Uniiversity of North Carolina in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4TH
April 03, 2006
University of North Carolina's Ivory Latta (L) faces off with University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne...
Boston, UNITED STATES
University of North Carolina's Latta faces University of Maryland's Langhorne during NCAA Final Four...
University of North Carolina's Ivory Latta (L) faces off with University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (C) as Langhorne drives to the basket past North Carolina's Camille Little (R) during their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4T8
April 03, 2006
The University of North Carolina's Ivory Latta (L) strips the ball from the hands of the University of...
Boston, UNITED STATES
University of North Carolina's Latta strips ball from hands of University of Maryland's Langhorne during...
The University of North Carolina's Ivory Latta (L) strips the ball from the hands of the University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (R) as Langhorne drives to the basket during the first half of their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4SC
April 02, 2006
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (rear) competes for the ball with University of North Carolina's...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Maryland's Langhorne competes for ball with North Carolina's Latta during Women's NCAA Final Four national...
University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (rear) competes for the ball with University of North Carolina's Ivory Latta during the first half of their Women's NCAA Final Four national semifinal game in Boston, April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT NCAA
RTR1C4RZ
April 02, 2006
The University of North Carolina's Jessica Sell (L) and the University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne...
Boston, UNITED STATES
University of North Carolina's Sell and University of Maryland's Langhorne dive after ball during Women's...
The University of North Carolina's Jessica Sell (L) and the University of Maryland's Crystal Langhorne (R) dive after the ball during their Women's Final Four NCAA national semifinal game in Boston, April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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