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2012 WNIT: Results and schedule

Published on March 20, 2012

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SEMIFINALS

Wednesday, March 28
Syracuse at James Madison at 7 p.m. ET
San Diego at Oklahoma State at 8 p.m. ET

QUARTERFINAL ROUND RESULTS

Sunday, March 25
Oklahoma State 78, Colorado 70
JMU 68, Virginia 59
San Diego 58, Washington 47

(WomensNIT.com) — Morgan Woodrown scored 21 points as San Diego went on the road and defeated Washington 58-47 in quarterfinal action of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Dominique Conners added 14 points and Sophia Ederaine pulled down 13 rebounds. Regina Rogers led Washington with 21 points and 13 rebounds.

Kirby Burkholder scored 20 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as James Madison defeated Virginia 68-59 in quarterfinal action of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament in front of a home crowd. Tarik Hislop and Lauren Whitehurst scored 17 and 14 points, respectively. Ariana Moorer led Virginia with 16 points and 7 rebounds. Lexie Gerson also added 15 points.

Tiffany Bias scored 24 points and Oklahoma State defeated Colorado 78-70 in quarterfinal action of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Liz Donohoe also scored 20 points and pulled down 13 rebounds. Colorado got 16 points from Julie Seabrook. Chucky Jeffrey had a triple double with 12 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.

Saturday, March 24
Syracuse 74, Toledo 73 Recap

ROUND 3 RESULTS

Friday, March 23

James Madison 72, South Florida 45

(WomensNIT.com) — Tarik Hislop scored 17 points and JMU defeated South Florida 72-45 in third-round action of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. It was the first time in 32 years these teams played each other.

JMU led 24-12 at the half, and just kept rolling from there. The Dukes (27-7), in the postseason for their seventh straight year, also got 15 points from Kirby Burkholder and 11 rebounds from Lauren Whitehurst. JMU moves on to play Virginia in the quarterfinal round. That game will be at 2 p.m. ET Sunday at JMU.

South Florida (19-16) had 11 points from Inga Orekhova in the Bulls’ final game of the season. It was the eighth time in the past nine years that South Florida earned a postseason berth.

Thursday, March 22 || Recap

Virginia 74, Appalachian State 58
Syracuse 82, Temple 68
Toledo 81, VCU 64
San Diego 60, Texas Tech 51
Oklahoma State 70, Missouri State 57
Colorado 48, Villanova 47

Tuesday, March 20 || Recap

Washington 55, Oregon State 49

ROUND 2 RESULTS
Monday, March 19 || Recap

Syracuse 65, Drexel 43
Toledo 72, Cincinnati 51
Virginia 68, Richmond 55
Colorado 64, South Dakota 55

Sunday, March 18 || Recap

JMU 84, Wake Forst 76, OT
VCU 67, St. Joseph’s 65, OT
Texas Tech 69, Tulane 55
Washington 52, Utah 39
Oklahoma State 63, Wichita State 44
Villanova 58, Illinois State 55
San Diego 83, Pacific 75

Saturday, March 17 || Recap
Appalachian State 66, NC State 62
Temple 64, Harvard 59
South Florida 77, Florida International 61
Missouri State 82, Memphis 65
Oregon State 56, Saint Mary’s 41

ROUND 1 RESULTS

Friday, March 16 || Recap
Syracuse 59, Hartford 42
Toledo 59, Detroit 49
Cincinnati 68, Duquesne 63, OT
Oklahoma State 72, Central Arkansas 51
Wichita State 79, Oral Roberts 57
Pacific 77, Arizona State 62
San Diego 60, CS Northridge 58

Thursday, March 15 || Recap
Richmond 76, Miami (OH) 54
Drexel 57, Fairfield 41
Villanova 58, American 39
Temple 75, Quinnipiac 60
Harvard 73, Hofstra 71
VCU 72, Bowling Green 71
Saint Joseph’s 67, Boston University 56
NC State 88, High Point 78
Appalachian State 79, UNC Wilmington 73
Virginia 59, Howard 56 OT
James Madison 64, Davidson 49
Wake Forest 72, Charlotte 61
Florida International 75, Stetson 47
South Florida 76, Florida Atlantic 20
Texas Tech 85, Eastern Illinois 71
Tulane 68, Mississippi Valley State 61
South Dakota 61, Drake 53
Missouri State 81, UMKC 79
Memphis 60, Chattanooga 59
Illinois State 69, Central Michigan 68
Utah 69, Utah State 58
Oregon State 66, UC Davis 48
Saint Mary’s 71, UNLV 63

Wednesday, March 14 || Recap
Colorado 54, Northern Colorado 42
Washington 90, Cal Poly 71


 

Readers Comments (1)

  1. Raymond Lopez says:

    Good games

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