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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Brandi brown's status for Wednesday's game against Cleveland State is still up in the air.

The Penguins leading scorer left in the first half of last Thursday's game with a right ankle sprain and did not return.

Despite the injury, the team is hopeful she will suit up for the their firstt round tournament game against the Vikings.

"Brandi is working hard. Jeff is working hard to get her back. She looks better every day. I don't expect her to practice today. She hasn't practiced since before we went to Detroit. But, we are hopeful we will have her back for Wednesday," Boldon said..

"Getting a lot of treatment, I think I should have a pretty good chance of playing on Wednesday. We are taking it day by day," Brown said.

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