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Union University of Tennessee beats Azusa Pacific for NAIA title

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Union University celebrating 5th title (uu)

Zeinab Chan scored 20 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as Union University, won its fifth National Association Of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) women’s national championship with a 73-65 win over Asuza-Pacific on Tuesday night.  Asuza-Pacific was playing in its first national championship game.

Chan, the tournament’s most valuable player, hit back-to-back field goals as the Lady Bulldogs matched their largest lead of the game and made it (54-49) with 9:17 to play.

Union, which has won the title four of the past six years, upped its lead to 60-49 on back-to-back 3-pointers by Kayla Hudson with 7:40 remaining.

Union finishes up at 36-2 overall and had a Trans South Conference record of 16-0.

The game was played in Jackson, Tennessee; home of the Union Lady Bulldogs.

Mississippi State gets revenge against the Buckeyes, 87-67

info compiled from Ohio State and Mississippi State Athletic Communications and wire reports

During the 2009 NCAA Tournament, Ohio State scored the final 10 points of the game while holding Mississippi State scoreless for the final 6:43 in Columbus, Ohio to win 64-58 in the second round.

The Lady Bulldogs remembered that game the past 365 days and hoped they’d get another chance at Ohio State.

The NCAA selected the two to be in the same region this year and the Lady Bulldogs couldn’t wait to play.

Alexis Rack torched the Buckeyes (MSU)

Alexis Rack drove through and around Ohio State’s slow-to-react defense for 30 points and the 7th-seeded Lady Bulldogs upset the second-seeded Buckeyes, 87-67  Tuesday night to reach the NCAA women’s tournament Sweet 16 round for the first time ever.

Mississippi State trailed by as many as eight points in the first half, only to use their quickness, precision ball movement and outside shooting to take control with an 18-0 run that turned a 32-26 deficit into a 44-32 lead. They never looked back.

The Buckeyes end up the season at 31-5 and continue to have trouble getting deep into the NCAA tournament. They say goodbye to four seniors, Cheriese Daniel, Shavelle Little, Maria Moeller and Andrea Walker.