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2016-17 Buffalo Women’s Basketball Previews: Ayoleka Sodade

Coming out of high school, this player showed a high motor and an all around game. Although that wasn’t shown to a full extent last season, this may be a breakout year for Ayoleka Sodade. The Basics Number: 22 Year: Sophomore Position: Guard Hometown: Windsor, Ontario, Canada Height: 5-9 New to Buffalo? Nope UB Career As a freshman Sodade didn’t wow, but she did notch in some valuable bench minutes at times.
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