March Madness 2022 recap: South Carolina, Stanford women and Kansas, UNC men arrive at Final Four

There will be a group of four of conventional college basketball gathering one weekend from now in New Orleans for the men’s Final Four.

North Carolina and Kansas punched their tickets on Sunday in overwhelming style. The No. 8 cultivated Tar Heels finished a Cinderella run by Saint Peter’s with a 65-42 pounding. They’ll confront archrival Duke in one public elimination round next Saturday.

In the mean time, No. 1 Kansas fell behind from the get-go Sunday yet turned on the planes to overcome No. 10 Miami 76-50. The Jayhawks will take on Villanova in the other Final Four matchup.

In the primary portion of the ladies’ Elite Eight, Dawn Staley’s No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks excused No. 10 seed Creighton 80-50.

Furthermore, in the last round of the evening, top-cultivated and guarding public hero Stanford pulled away from No. 2 seed Texas 59-50. The excess two spots in the ladies’ Final Four not set in stone on Monday night.

Top-cultivated Stanford holds off Texas to get back to Final Four

SPOKANE – Behind a heavenly cautious execution from sophomore Cameron Brink (six squares, one take) and a few late-game heroics from the old neighborhood Hull sisters, reigning champ Stanford beat Texas 59-50 to meet all requirements for its second sequential Final Four.

Stanford advances to play the champ of UConn-NC State, which will played Monday even.

After a drive and finish from senior watchman Lexie Hull that put the Cardinal up 52-48, Stanford hit seven of nine free tosses over the last 2:29 to ice the success.

Frame drove all players with 20 focuses on 7-of-14 shooting, and Haley Jones contributed 18 focuses and 12 bounce back. Verge got done with 10 focuses and six bounce back to oblige her shot-modifying game.

Joanne Allen-Taylor drove Texas with 15 places, yet all the same fouled out. Hotshot new kid on the block Rori Harmon, the Big 12 Freshman of the Year, wrapped up with 14 places, however it made her 18 efforts to arrive and she was irritated a significant part of the night by Stanford’s length protectively. She additionally snatched seven bounce back and gave out six helps.

The vital stretch for Stanford came halfway through the second from last quarter, when Cardinal mentor Tara VanDerveer changed to a zone. Stanford – and Brink explicitly – bothered the Longhorns, as Brink impeded a shot, watch Hannah Jump hindered a shot, Brink obstructed two more and afterward snatched a take.

This will be the fourteenth Final Four appearance for VanDerveer, who has come out on top for three public championships.

— Lindsay Schnell

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