Louisville women's basketball
Michigan women's basketball came up short of reaching its first-ever Final Four.
Hailey Van Lith scored 22 focuses, her fourth consecutive game with something like 20, as Louisville won, 62-50
Naz Hillmon, the primary group All-American, in all probability closes her school vocation with a twofold: 18 focuses and 11 bounce back.
In the final part, Leigha Brown - U-M's second-driving scorer this season - experienced a physical issue from the get-go in the final quarter and didn't retur
Louisville, the No. 1 seed in the area, shot 43.1% from the field, and completed the game on a 10-0 run.
With 2:52 to play, Emily Engstler hit a cutting Olivia Cochran for a layup to take a
On the opposite end, Cochran drew a charge on Hillmon and, on the resulting ownership, Cochran headed to the container for a left-given layup to take a 56-50 lead with 1:58 to play.
Out of the break, the Wolverines had a shot clock infringement; successfully finishing any expect a rebound triumph.