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And then there were Four

Last two tickets to the Final Four issued:

South Carolina drubbed Texas, 62-34.

Stanford staged a dramatic comeback to top Louisville, 78-63.

Final Four tip times.

College team news:

First-timers Arizona joins the mainstays in the Final Four.

Total buy in was the reason for the Longhorns’ Tournament run.

Oregon is left wanting more after their Sweet 16 run.

North Carolina’s season was good, bad and ugly.

Syracuse has just five players left on its roster after two more transfer.

College player news:

The WBCA has named Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers co-freshmen of the year.

Transfers are having an impact on Final Four runs.

Aliyah Matharu is now the sixth player to transfer from Mississippi State.

Dontavia Waggoner, Jada Rice and Elle Sutphin will transfer from NC State.

Detroit Mercy transfer Kaela Webb has landed at FGCU.

College coach news:

Tara VanDerveer has been named to the FIBA Hall of Fame class of 2020.

In the post-game press conference last night, Kim Mulkey said the NCAA should dump COVID testing in the Final Four……and the “foul or no foul” controversy continues.

Mulkey’s comments about COVID testing are also controversial…..but it’s not the first time she has raised eyebrows.

What Geno Auriemma told Christyn Williams after she missed two free throws that could have cost them the Final Four.

Sue Semrau will return to Florida State April 1.

Lynn Kennedy has left Portland State to become the head coach at McNeese State.

Maria Marchesano has been named head coach at Purdue Fort Wayne.

Mount St. Mary’s promoted Antoine White to head coach after Marchesano’s departure.

Loyola Maryland has parted ways with Joe Logan after 16 years.

Auburn is still searching for a coach.

NCAA news:

The WBCA has asked NCAA president Mark Emmert for a gender inequity review from an independent panel.

It’s not just weight rooms: the NCAA is holding women back from making millions.

WNBA news:

Q&A with new Wings coach Vickie Johnson.

Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi discuss many topics.

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