Connecticut put an end to Louisville’s unlikely run in the women’s NCAA Tournament with a 93-60 drubbing for the program’s eighth national championship.
Brittney Griner and top-ranked Baylor withstood their first serious challenge in two months. Coach Kim Mulkey hopes it will prepare them for the important games ahead.
Little fazes Texas A&M veteran coach Gary Blair, whose team upset their way to the school’s lone national title two seasons ago. But Connecticut’s dominating performance on Sunday, without a doubt, fazed him.
Brittney Griner and Baylor are two wins from a perfect season. But it won’t be easy for the Lady Bears to go undefeated.
The only thing that could stop Kemba Walker and Connecticut’s amazing run was the final buzzer.
When it’s win or go home, nobody’s better than Kemba and the kids.
Kemba Walker had 18 points, a career-high 12 assists and eight rebounds, and No. 3 seed Connecticut cruised past Bucknell 81-52 Thursday night to earn coach Jim Calhoun his 850th career victory.