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Megan Rogowski scored 22 points and Megan Podkowa added 18 to help DePaul upset Duke 74-65 on Monday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Gregg Marshall, who led Wichita State to a 35-1 record and a No. 1 seeding in the NCAA tournament, has been selected as the recipient of the Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award, presented by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
Arms waving and legs churning, Arizona is racing back into the Sweet 16.
Virginia led by 15 at halftime and pushed that to 27 points late, picking right up where it left off in its strong finish to Friday's tournament-opening win against Coastal Carolina.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few described his team's loss to Wichita State in last year's NCAA tournament as "running into a buzzsaw."
Memphis never got off and running, couldn't pester Virginia into turnovers to start the break and couldn't knock down enough shots to set up its pressure.
This was not how it was supposed to end for Doug McDermott and Creighton.
Another basket or defensive stop could've made the difference for Syracuse.
DePaul kept taking the ball from Duke with its intense press, and answering seemingly every big Blue Devils bucket with a 3-pointer.