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The Sun misses mark on women's basketball

Marylands' Kaila Charles, right, defends as Rutgers' Noga Peleg Pelc passes in the second half of a NCAA basketball game last December in Baltimore.
Marylands' Kaila Charles, right, defends as Rutgers' Noga Peleg Pelc passes in the second half of a NCAA basketball game last December in Baltimore. (Gail Burton / AP)

Why in the world can't you print the list of top 25 women’s college basketball teams? Maryland is now ranked on the top of the Big Ten, according to a headline about Monday's game against Illinois, but never can a reader see the entire list in your paper (“No. 10 Maryland women beat Illinois, 80-66, gain tie for first in Big Ten,” Feb. 4). It certainly wouldn't take up that many column inches.

Do we need a Title IX rule for sports writers and editors? There is no excuse for this blatant discrimination.

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Sandra Wighton, Baltimore

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