Five more tickets punched

Conference champions tonight:

Chattanooga routed Davidson, 71-45, for the Southern Conference title. Coach Jim Foster is the fist coach in NCAA history to lead four different teams to the NCAA Tournament.

Marist topped Quinnipiac, 70-66, for their ninth straight MAAC title.

UConn downed Louisville, 72-52, to take the first American Athletic Conference Championship.

Baylor held on to defeat West Virginia, 74-71, for the Big 12 Championship.

Albany thrashed Stony Brook, 70-46, for the America East title.

Full scoreboard.

It’s coach shedding season:

Jennifer Mountain’s contract won’t be renewed at Santa Clara.

Binghamton won’t offer Nicole Scholl a contract renewal.

Brown coach Jean Burr will retire after 26 years.

Arizona coach Niya Butts may keep her job despite a poor season.

WBCA/Russell Athletic “Together we R” Team Award:

Finalists are: Colorado Christian University, the University of North Carolina, Purdue University and the University of South Carolina.

More news:

Former Miami coach Lin Dunn was named an ACC legend Saturday.

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  1. Baylor freshman Nina Davis was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Big 12 tournament–she is a fantastic 5'11" post. In Brenda VanLengen's words, Nina is "slippery," sliding through defenders to rebound and score. (And she's adorably cute!)

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