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WNIT quarterfinals set

Published on March 26, 2010

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Third Round results
Thursday, March 25

Providence 77, Maryland 64
Miami 84, North Carolina A&T 77
Michigan 65, Northwestern 44
Illinois State 71, Kansas 51
Illinois 65, Missouri State 53
BYU 67, Wyoming 63
Cal 71, Oregon 57
Friday, March 26
VCU at Syracuse, 7 p.m. ET

The Providence Friars (19-14) defeated host Maryland 77-64 to move into the quarterfinals The team was led by Brittany Dorsey, with 20 points. Lynetta Kizer (10 points, 13 rebounds) led the charge for Maryland (21-13), which closed its 16th 20-plus win season with the game.

Providence will host Miami, which defeated North Carolina A&T 84-77. That game will be at 2 p.m. EST Sunday, March 28.

Miami (20-13) used a huge first half and big defensive plays late, in its third round WNIT victory over the North Carolina A&T Aggies (23-11), Thursday night at the BankUnited Center by an 84-77 score.

Michigan (20-13) beat Northwestern (18-15) 65-44 and improved to 6-3 in WNIT games. Michigan will host the winner of Friday night’s game between VCU and Syracuse starting at 2 p.m. EST Sunday, March 28.

Illinois State earned another home game with a 71-51 victory over Kansas (17-16), last year’s WNIT national runner-up. Illinois State (27-7) had five players score in double figures, and shot 53.7 percent as a team for the game. The Redbirds will host Illinois in the quarterfinals starting at 3:05 p.m. ET Sunday.

BYU (23-9) beat Wyoming 67-63 in front of 7,142 fans in Laramie with the help of Coriann Wood’s 18 points. In Wyoming’s final game of the season, Aubrey Vandiver (20 points, 11 rebounds) and Hillary Carlson (18 points, five rebounds) led the Cowgirls (21-12).

BYU will play at Cal at 9 p.m. EST Saturday, March 27. Cal (21-13) earned its quarterfinal spot with a 71-57 victory over Oregon (18-16).

VCU (22-12) makes its third straight appearance in the postseason and reaches the third round for the first time in program history. Syracuse (24-10) also celebrates its first time ever winning two consecutive postseason games.

Quarterfinal Games
Saturday, March 27

BYU at Cal, 9 p.m. ET,  Preview: Cal || BYU

Sunday, March 28

Miami at Providence, 2 p.m. ET
VCU-Syracuse winner at Michigan, 2 p.m. ET
Illinois at Illinois State, 3:05 p.m. ET


 

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