Found March 25, 2013 on Midwest Sports Fans:
There weren’t many surprises this weekend in the first round of the women’s NCAA Tournament. Twenty-eight of 32 top seeds advanced, and there was only one upset of any significance, 12th-seeded Kansas’s 15-point win over 5th-seeded Colorado. But there were plenty of good games, including Dayton’s double-OT victory over St. John’s and North Carolina’s win over 14th-seeded Albany after trailing by five at the half (and not including Connecticut’s 105-37 thrashing of Idaho). Second round games are tonight and tomorrow. Tonight’s line-up includes a pair of intriguing 4-5 games: Maryland-Michigan State at 6:20 Central and Georgia-Iowa State at 8:50. Tomorrow will see All-American Elena Delle Donne and Delaware take on coach Sylvia Hatchell’s third-seeded North Carolina Tar Heels. Below is the schedule and television information for the second round. All start times are Central Time. Every game is available on the WatchESPN app. Dayton’s Andrea Hoover (#24) scored 24 points in the Flyers’...
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