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By Mike Siroky The Southeastern Conference of women’s basketball sent two teams to the Elite Eight of the NCAA eliminations after Texas A&M took it on the chin from top seed Notre Dame in the Spokane Regional, 90-84. A&M started 18-2 and collapsed.The Aggies have become a. . . Read More
A’ja Wilson is one of the most well-known women’s basketball players in the country. Her list of accolades is long: Three-time All-American, two-time SEC Player of the Year, 2017 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, 2017 National Champion. But despite being arguably the best women’s college . . . Read More
The top-seeded Louisville Cardinals dominated the Lexington Regional to earn a spot in the Women’s Final Four. Junior guard Asia Durr was named the Region’s Most Outstanding Player while Sam Fuehring, Arica Carter and Myisha Hines-Allen were named to the All-Region team. Despite his team’s . . . Read More
Top-seeded Mississippi State handled its toughest test of the NCAA Tournament thus far with an 89-73 victory over 3-seed UCLA. The Bulldogs made the Final Four last year for the first time in program history and are now repeat participants. They’ll take on the Lexington Region’s top seed, . . . Read More
Top four seeds Mississippi State, Texas, UCLA, and NC State won their first two NCAA Tournament games to advance to their 4th, 15th, 8th, and 12th Sweet 16 appearances, respectively. Despite the chalk, it will certainly be interesting to see which makes it out of this group—all four have a . . . Read More
The Albany Regional kicks off on Saturday with three of the four top seeds remaining along with 11-seed Buffalo. Much of the attention is focused on defending national champion South Carolina and No. 1 overall seed UConn, but both Duke and Buffalo have earned their way to Albany. Let’s . . . Read More
Heading into the Sweet Sixteen, the Lexington regional does not have the level of upsets that we’ve seen in Spokane and Albany. The 1, 2, and 4 seeds (Louisville, Baylor, and Stanford respectively) all made their way here with no trouble. The lone surprise in Lexington is Oregon . . . Read More
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