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2014-conference-tournaments

Connecticut wins first American Athletic Conference championship, defeats Louisville 72-52

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Top-ranked Connecticut joined Notre Dame as an undefeated conference champion entering the NCAA tournament, defeating Louisville 72-52 in the final game of the ...

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Louisville survives South Florida, 60-56 to move into American Athletic Conference final

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Second-seeded Louisville needed all forty minutes to defeat South Florida, 60-56 and advance to the American Athletic Conference ...

UConn uses 25-4 start vs. Rutgers to cruise in American Athletic Conference semifinal, 83-57

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Before Rutgers knew what hit them, No. 1 Connecticut opened their semifinal in the American Athletic Conference women's ...

South Florida races to big win over Temple, 72-44, in American Athletic Conference quarterfinal

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - It was not the run out and hide that both Connecticut and Louisville did to their opponents, but ...

Louisville dominates Houston, 88-43, in American Athletic Conference quarterfinal

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – It did not take long for Louisville to make a statement that they were going to be a ...

UConn rolls over Cincinnati, 72-42, in American Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinal

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma has always said he does not like facing his former players, especially Cincinnati head ...

Rutgers eliminates SMU, 68-49, in American Athletic Conference quarterfinal

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – In the first quarterfinal of the inaugural American Athletic Conference women's basketball tournament, fourth-seeded Rutgers had first half ...

Dishin & Swishin 03/06/14 Podcast: ESPN’s Charlie Creme talks bracketology and conference tournaments

ESPN’s Charlie Creme is the preeminent “bracketologist” for women’s basketball. Creme reviews and analyzes teams, conferences, trends, schedules, precedents, historical placements, ...


 

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