• Stanford Holds Off Arizona 54-53 to Win Women's NCAA Title

    10 days ago - By Who TV

    SAN ANTONIO - Tara VanDerveer hugged each of her Stanford players as they climbed the ladder to cut down the nets, capping a taxing whirlwind journey and ending an exhausting championship drought for the Cardinal.
    It took 29 years, that included 10 weeks on the road this season because of the coronavirus, for VanDerveer and the Cardinal to be crowned NCAA women's basketball champions again.
    “We had some special karma going for us,” VanDerveer said. “Had the comeback against Louisville, dodge a bullet against South Carolina, dodge bullet against Arizona. Sometimes you have to be lucky. I'll...
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  • That Game! Stanford Wins First National Championship Since 1992 in a 1-Point Nail-Biter

    That Game! Stanford Wins First National Championship Since 1992 in a 1-Point Nail-Biter

    10 days ago - By Pop Sugar

    WHEW. In a nail-biter of a National Championship, Stanford beat Arizona 54-53 on Sunday to draw an exciting NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament to a close. It's their first national title since 1992, and the all Pac-12 showoff between the No. 1 Cardinal, the top-ranked team in the tournament, and No. 3 Wildcats more than lived up to the billing.
    Both teams set a blistering pace in the first quarter. Stanford got out to a 12-3 start, but Arizona tightened it up in the second quarter with tough defense. After shooting 3-17 in the first quarter, Arizona went on a 12-2 run over the Cardinal and...
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  • Stanford holds off Arizona to win women's NCAA title

    Stanford holds off Arizona to win women's NCAA title

    10 days ago - By Wood TV

    SAN ANTONIO - Tara VanDerveer hugged each of her Stanford players as they climbed the ladder to cut down a piece of the net.
    It took 29 years, but VanDerveer and the Cardinal are NCAA women's basketball champions again.
    Haley Jones scored 17 points and Stanford beat Arizona 54-53, giving the Cardinal and their Hall of Fame coach their first national championship in 29 years on Sunday night.
    “Getting through all the things we got through, we're excited to win the COVID championship," VanDerveer said. ”The other one was not quite as close, the last one. But we're really excited. No one knows...
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