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Published December 16, 1997
ABL CEO Gary Cavalli said the league has signed 32 of the 35 players it "targeted to retain," according to Bruce Berlet of the HARTFORD COURANT. The three unsigned players are the Blizzard's Jennifer Rizzotti, the Rage's Dawn Staley and the StingRays' Venus Lacy. Rizzotti and Staley "could receive sizable offers from" the WNBA and Cavalli is in talks with their agent, Kenton Edelin, who also represents Rebecca Lobo (HARTFORD COURANT, 12/16).