ET and can be watched on TV on the truTV network, or online through free live stream by clicking here. Top seeded Florida will be taking to the court on Thursday, as will defending champions Louisville, and over the next two days this should arguably be one of the best 48 hours of American sports in
With wins on their backs, Stanford and American clashed Saturday afternoon on less than 24 hours of rest. Smith, who was held to a season-low six points on Friday, shot from the field and from the distance for a total of 24 points on Saturday. She also led the team in defensive rebounds, grabbing seven boards.
She also grabbed five boards. Sophomore guard Kiana Williams produced nine points and a team-leading seven assists.
Junior guard DiJonai Carrington had a fantastic game on both sides of the court. Carrington combined from the field and from the stripe for 13 points in a performance that also included seven rebounds. By halftime, Smith racked up 10 points and four rebounds.
The Cardinal only shot 32 percent from the field to the Eagles 35 percent The Cardinal women shot 60 percent from both the field and the arc in the final quarter, putting the game out of reach for the Eagles. Others found different means of making an impact, including freshman forward Lucie Hull, who had a spectacular night despite shooting from the field and from the distance.
Hull set a personal career-high for both minutes played and steals. She accumulated seven steals in 33 minutes. We're a student-run organization committed to providing hands-on experience in journalism, digital media and business for the next generation of reporters.
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