After advancing to the final four for Minneapolis, only South Carolina, Yukon and Stanford are in the hunt for the national championship.
Wire-to-wire number of South Carolina, AP. Team 1 began the final fourth game against No. 1 ranked Louisville at the center of the table. The match was a real clash of the Giants as both teams came into the match winning double digits in everything but one of their one-match series. Gamecox topped the table 72-59 to reach the second national championship in the last five years.
The national championship match will be set after UConn and Stanford play at 9:30 p.m.
Here is some background on each of the final four matches.
- Three days after Nicemith won the Player of the Year award, Alia showed that Boston deserved that honor by dominating the 72-59 win over Louisville. Despite facing doubles and three teams, Boston led South Carolina with 23 points, including 18 rebounds and four assists. South Carolina has the chance to win its first national title since 2017. Emily Engstler of Louisville had 18 points, nine rebounds and four thefts in a masterful failed attempt.
After missing 19 games this season due to a knee injury, UConn star Paige Bookers returned to his Nicemith Player of the Year form with 27 points – in a 10–15 shootout – in a thrilling double-over victory over NC State at Elite. Eight. Stanford, next to the Bueckers and UConn, controlled the Elite Eight Paint against Texas, blocking 11 shots and beating the Longhorns 17-17 in a 59-50 victory. The Cardinals are two wins away from winning the Division I NCAA tournament, the fourth consecutive time since the fourth women’s event.
2022 Women NCAA Competitive Television Schedule, Scores
East at all times | NCAA Tournament Schedule
|(1) South Carolina 72, (1) Louisville 59||7 pm | ESPN|
|(2) UConn vs. (1) Stanford||9:30 pm | ESPN|
The final four games of the 2022 Women’s NCAA Tournament will all air on ESPN, and you can stream each game on fuboTV (Try it for free)
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