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Dayton women’s basketball schedule highlighted by UConn

 

(courtesy of Dayton Flyers)

The University of Dayton women’s basketball schedule for 2011-12 is out and features games against 14 teams that earned post-season berths and five that won conference titles, including seven-time national champion Connecticut.

The Flyer women will host an exhibition game against Northern Kentucky on November 1 before opening the regular season against Bowling Green on November 11 at UD Arena.

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

USA uses balanced scoring to beat China in Under-19 Games

 

Jeremy Lamb of NCAA national champion Connecticut scored 17 points, and Doug McDermott of Creighton had 15 points and eight rebounds to lead the United States to an 82-66 win over China in the FIBA Under-19 World Championships in Liepaja, Latvia.

Jeremy Lamb (courtesy of Connecticut athletics)

The United States at 3-0, the defending champion and the only team in the 16-team field to finish the preliminary round undefeated. The three-game second round begins Monday.

China drops to 0-3.

 

compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Final basketball poll has UConn #1

 

Jim Calhoun and UConn #1 in final poll (photo by Gondemar via wikipedia commons)

The college basketball season ended for the men on Monday night and it’s the time of the year when the final poll comes out.

The 31 coaches who vote regularly in the weekly poll have cast their final ballots.

The ESPN/USA Today poll reads, Connecticut at number 1, followed by Butler, Kentucky, Kansas and Ohio State finishing fifth.

UConn beats Butler in NCAA Final with defensive effort, 53-41

 

(courtesy of UConn athletics)(courtesy of NCAA via wikipedia commons)

Neither UConn or Butler lit up the scoreboard, shot the ball well or played a perfect game, but the team that played the best defense, won the game.

The Huskies won 53-41 in Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, one of the worst national championship game’s of all-time.

Kemba Walker finished with 16 points for the Huskies (32-9), who won their 11th straight game since closing the regular season with a 9-9 Big East record that no one thought they’d even get past the first round of the tournament.

UConn head coach Jim Calhoun at 68-years-old, became the oldest coach to win the national championship and joined the likes of John Wooden, Adolph Rupp, Mike Krzyzewski and Bob Knight as only the fifth coach to win three NCAA titles.

(courtesy of NCAA via wikipedia commons)

Connecticut using their height and shot-blocking ability, intimidated Butler into missing several inside shots. They outscored the Bulldogs (28-10) 26-2 in the paint. Butler, from the mid-major conference, The Horizon League, were playing in their second straight title game, went a whopping 13 minutes, 26 seconds in the second half making just one field goal. Kind of mind-boggling for a good shooting, perimeter team.

Before their shooting went by the wayside, Butler was leading 25-19 and it became an insurmountable deficit of 41-28.

Texas Tech takes down #1 Baylor in women’s basketball

Kim Mulkey (courtesy of Baylor athletics)

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey’s  Bears were upset over the weekend by unranked Texas Tech over the weekend, 56-45.

The win snapped the Bears’ 21-game win streak and gave Texas Tech back-to-back wins over Top-25 teams. This game was the first time a #1 team lost to an unranked team since January 26, 2006, when Kentucky beat top-ranked Tennessee 66-63.

Baylor last lost in November to Connecticut.

The Red Raiders (18-7, 6-6 Big 12), beat #20 Iowa State 61-50 on Tuesday night.

Bears’ star player, Brittney Griner finished with 15 points and six rebounds to lead her team (24-2, 11-1), which finished the game with season lows in shooting (25.9 percent) and scoring. Baylor averaged 81.7 points coming into the contest.

compiled from Baylor athletics news

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