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A year after Mississippi State’s Morgan William drained the shot that shocked the sport and ended Connecticut’s record 111-game winning streak, Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale drilled a shot from just inside the 3-point arc to deny the Huskies a chance at a 12th national title. The Irish won the high. . . Read More
The difference this time was it felt as if it was going to go in. It had to go in. As Arike Ogunbowale's shot cleared the UConn defender's outstretched hand and arced high toward the basket, it felt as if Notre Dame had already won. Morgan William's shot a year ago felt possible, as if just maybe . . . Read More
Friday night’s women’s Final Four games featured a first: Both national semifinals went to overtime. Ava Wallace has full coverage of Notre Dame’s win over Connecticut and Mississippi State’s defeat of Louisville. But there’s a long list of remarkable statistics to linger over. . . Read More
Myisha Hines-Allen cut to the basket with nothing but open floor in front of her. When the Louisville senior took the inbounds pass and turned to her left, she left behind Mississippi State’s resident redwood, the 6-foot-7 Teaira McCowan. There was no one else between her and the basket. There was . . . Read More
If only you saw the look in Roshunda Johnson’s eyes inside the Mississippi State huddle as the play was given, as she was told whether or not her and her fellow seniors’ careers would end in the next 11.3 seconds would come down to her taking one shot. She was 1-of-4 shooting on the day, hadn’t mad. . . Read More
All she did, Sam Fuehring said, was slap the floor with both hands. Didn't cuss. Didn't call the official a name. Two minutes, 42 seconds remained in regulation Friday night, in a Women's Final Four semifinal that was going down to the final possession. Fuehring, Louisville's 6-foot-2 junior forwar. . . Read More
In the same building that in November housed one of Louisville's most triumphant moments, an overtime win against Ohio State, the Cardinals felt only devastation in Nationwide Arena on Friday. Hearts broke and stomachs dropped as Louisville's season ended in the Final Four with a 73-63 overtime lo. . . Read More
South Carolina senior A'ja Wilson was named the Lisa Leslie Award winner, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women's Basketball Coaches Association announced Friday. Honoring the top center in women's NCAA Division I college basketball, the annual award is in its inaugural year.. . . Read More



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