Three close ones!

Gonzaga pulls it out by one over Texas A&M on a Vivian Frieson jumper with 12 seconds left. Mad props to Frieson for doing the damn thing, and at home, too. The girl is from Seattle, and it’s nice to see that, because for the longest time, Seatown has had some trouble producing talent that lasts in the NCAA. Hopefully Frieson can turn the karma tide around.

Florida State beat St. John’s by a point, too. I’m bummed about that one.

And despite Andrea Riley’s amazing 31-point return and an overtime, it wasn’t enough for Oklahoma State, who fell to Georgia, 74-71. I’m not thrilled about that one either.

Next stop for the winners, Sweet 16 on Saturday.


  1. YOWZAH!!! ZAGS UPSET AGGIES!! i called it when the brackets came out. effing fantastic game. vivian frieson was el fuego. her senior composure and court sense along with her clutch shooting has held the zags together these last two games. it was a nailbiter with the zags letting an 11 point halftime lead slip away early in the second, only to fight back every time the aggies took a lead. did i say how damned exciting the game was? CONGRATS ZAGS!! onward now, girls, to the sweet 16, well deserved. 🙂