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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Anna Martin
Baylor is six wins from a second straight national championship. But, it's hardly a foregone conclusion this year that the Lady Bears will repeat.
Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins was selected Big East player of the year for the second consecutive season on Friday, leading an Irish sweep of the conference's three major awards.
With a senior-laden roster, DePaul coach Doug Bruno knew that this could be a special season for his team.
Keisha Hampton has been to the NCAA tournament and has come home a first-round loser along with the rest of her DePaul teammates the past two years.
"My whole family is a fan, I've watched every game since I was little," Martin said. "My first game going into Rupp Arena is such a memory."
"Yeah I admit I was screaming and yelling in the room as the game was going on," Martin said. "Coach actually heard me down the hallway."