UConn's Olivia Nelson-Ododa, left, Paige Bueckers, center, and Dorka Juhasz cheer during the NCAA women's basketball tournament Elite Eight matchup between No. 2 UConn and No. 1 NC State at Total Mortgage Arena in Bridgeport, Conn. Monday, March 28, 2022.
BRIDGEPORT — For the 14th straight time, UConn women’s basketball is going to the Final Four.
It was an Elite Eight game for the books featuring a season-ending injury and the Huskies’ first overtime game of the season. One team trying to make history while the other trying extend its own.
The No. 2 seeded Huskies will fly to Minneapolis for their 22nd appearance in the national semifinals after defeating No. 1 NC State 91-87 in double overtime Monday in the Elite Eight.
The win was UConn’s first overtime victory within its history of playing in the NCAA Tournament and the first double overtime game in the history of the women’s NCAA Tournament. http://sarkari-yojana.org/lauterbach-zur-hotspot-regel-handeln-und-nicht-beklagen/
UConn (30-5) will face No. 1 seed and reigning national champion Stanford on Friday (time TBD) for the chance to play in Sunday’s national championship and compete for the program’s 12th national title.